CELEBRATING OUR 100th YEAR! FUN, FREEDOM & PERSONAL GROWTH. Kids develop close friendships, gain confidence & become responsible members of our small close knit community. Directors, Joe and Cynthia, are experienced educators, compassionate and fun. Staff is highly trained and caring. Sessions from 1 to 7 weeks.
Activities Included: swimming, sailing, boating, kayaking, canoeing, paddle boarding, fishing, soccer, basketball, tennis, softball,disc golf, creative arts (in our 1890’s barn), challenge ropes course, climbing wall, zipline, mountain biking, farming, animal care, fitness, yoga, gardening, creative writing, cooking, dance, camping skills, outdoor education and earth stewardship, natural building, camp newspaper, board games, community service, and, more!
Dates: 6/17 to 8/4 – 1, 2, 4 and 6 week sessions, Hours: (Overnight Camp)
What better way to keep the kids outside and active this summer that at a park! Great Parks of Hamilton County provides an fun and safe environment where your young ones will get to explore streams, go on hikes, ride horses, do archery, go kayaking and much more, with experienced and trained staff. Children ages 2-17 can take part in summer camps focused on nature, adventure, farm life and horseback riding! Sign up before March 31 for early bird pricing! For a full list of camps, including dates and fees, visit https://www.greatparks.org/discovery/children/summer-day-camps.
Dates: June-August 2018
Your child’s never had a summer like this!
The STEM Lab brings the most structured fun STEM camp with outdoor hands-on activities to inspire the next 21st Century leaders. Scholars enhance their summer experience investigating: CSI, kitchen chemistry, explosives, robotics, nature trails and more!
Activities Included: swimming, outdoor play, library time, nature walks, science labs, painting, robotics, and much more!
Dates: June 11 – August 17, Hours: 8a – 5p, Ages: 4 – 13
If your child loves animals, outdoor activities and dirt/water, then we are the camp to visit! We are a very unique summer camp in operation for 13 years and repeat campers keep us booked. Let your child experience a family farm and get their own farm animal for the week (care for and walk, wash, shear, and learn about). We are a hands on camp and our farm has provided agricultural education for the past 26 years as a destination for schools to learn about barnyard animals. We have limited weeks and participants, with our counselors at a 5-7 ratio. We divide into teams and learn a different chore every morning, we do morning circle and play games and then we dive into the Family Farm. Activities include milking a cow, archery, fishing, horseback riding lessons, nature walks, berry and veggie picking, sheep shearing, rope climbing, and traditional team games! We have a totally indoor gathering room building if the weather is bad and we continue on with our camp mission. Fun, learning, practice public speaking, arts and music are all in this camp and most importantly safety. Check our reviews or request to talk to parents who have been sending their children for over 10 years. Or parents who now we employee their children! The kids never outgrow us and eventually become counselors themselves! (Children bring their own lunch and we provide water and Gatorade all day.)
Dates: June 18-22, June 25-29, July 9-13, July 16-20
From swim lessons and archery to arts and crafts, Camp at the J provides great social and educational opportunities that foster friendships and features all the fun that has made camp a summertime staple for kids. Camp at the J offers sports, field trips, and value-based learning that encourages respect and community.
Dates: June 11 – August 10, 2018; One-, two-, and three-week camp options
Visit our website to see the Summer Camp Programs CMH has to offer your family this year. Our camps offer a variety of Arts, Crafts, Nature, Science, Drama, and fun activities for children ages 3-12 on our beautiful 7+ acre campus. Camps are led by experienced CMH Staff, who are eager to share their passion for learning and having fun with our campers. Childcare is available after day camp until 5:30pm to accomodate working families. Reserve your space NOW!
Dates: Weeks of June 18, June 25, July 16, July 23
A variety of exciting, hands-on outdoor learning experiences and opportunities for ages 3 to 13 ¬- Pre-K Summer Camp/Storytime, Junior Naturalist, Outdoor Survival Camp, Nature Sleuths. Sessions start June 11 and run through August 6. Call Jana Marshall, lead naturalist, at 513-240-2615 to register. Visit www.clermontparks.org for more camp information.
Gender of Campers: Coed, Dates: June 11 – August 6, Ages: 3-13
Learn to handle, groom and ride a horse or pony while having fun and making friend! Grow in confidence, self-awareness and responsibility. Learn about our Creator and making wise choices. Activities include canoeing and pedalboating, fishing, crafts, and nature activities.
Dates: June 24-29, July 9-13
Engage your kids with Camps at MetroParks of Butler County! Various camp options are available for ages 3 – 12. Kids will have fun while spending time on the farm, on the water, in the garden, learning outdoor survival skills, playing games & more! Visit YourMetroParks.net/experiences/adventure-camps for more information & registration.
Camp Dates: Visit www.yourmetroparks.net/experiences/adventure-camps for a full list.
Silverlake’s camps offer supervised freedom, creativity and learning in a fun, safe environment. Campers will enjoy a variety of activities inside and outside of our unique facility. Daily field trips include Cincinnati Art Museum, Great American Ball Park, Cincinnati Children’s Museum, Lazer Kraze, Cincinnati Fire Museum and so much more.
Dates: May 29th-August 17th