962 Mt. Adams Circle, Cincinnati, OH 45202 + other locations around Cincinnati
Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park offers children an introduction to theatre that’s influenced by your favorite movies! Themes and courses vary by week. Choose from half-day camps, full-day camps and performance academy programs! Camps now offered at multiple locations around Cincinnati for ages 3 to 17!
Dates: June 16 – August 10, 2019; 2, 4, 6 and 8 week sessions. Special one week intro sessions for 6-10 yr olds • Ages/Grades: 6-16 • Cost: $1250 to varies
Activities: Swim, sail, canoe, fish, kayak, paddle board, horse back riding, lots of sports, crafts, drama, tennis, archery, riflery, nature study, mountain bikes, video, photography, dances, lots more.
Widely recognized as Ohio’s premier summer camp since 1959. Beautiful lakefront setting with extensive range of activities, talented staff, excellent food! Independently selected “Top Ten Camp in USA” and “Ohio’s Coolest Camp”. Campers choose own schedule within general framework with 1:4 staff/camper ratio. ACA accredited, many references. Outstanding opportunity for fun and growth in a safe healthy environment. Boys and girls separate with planned coed activities. ADHD and some other learning difficulties offered.
Dates: June, July, August 2019
Yes, we can make those video games and hobbies educational! This summer your K-12th grader can transform from consumer to creator by learning new STEAM skills while having fun! (STEAM=Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math). At STEMs For Youth, our goal is to use platforms kids love as a conduit to teach them language arts, coding, math, teamwork and other life skills! From Robotics to Fashion Design, we have lots of exciting classes that teach 21st Century Skills and problem solving through hands-on, creative activities. Discover the power of STEAM while making friends and having fun. Help us help your child succeed in school and in life!
Dates: June 11-August 9, 2019 • Hours: 9:30am-3:30pm *Extended Care Available • Ages: 4-14 • Activities: Archery, sports, arts and crafts, drama, music, Israeli culture, swimming, and color wars
At Camp at the J, kids can experience the best of summer. From swim lessons and archery, to arts & crafts, camp values and color wars, and much more, kids will create memories and form friendships to last a lifetime. Give your child a summer to remember at Camp at the J! Camp at the J offers a camp for every kid! Traditional day camp provides all the fun that makes camp a summertime staple, and a wide range of specialty camps encourages campers to pursue their interests, making camp exciting and educational.
University of Cincinnati CRC 2820 Bearcat Way, Cincinnati, OH 45221, Kiddie Camp Facility: 7560 Reinhold Drive
Dates: From June 24 -August 2, 2019, boys and girls ages 2 years to 13 years
A camp that has it all! Your child will experience, Sports, Nature, Art, Music, Character Growth, Field Trips Free Swim, Swimming Lessons. With 200,000 square feet of unmatched fun, no matter the weather there is always something to do! Children can visit the Arlitt Playscape a hidden gem with plants, mini stream, old fashioned water pump, butterflies, flowers, and play structure. Nurturing dedicated staff will look after your kids. “mix and match” to fit YOUR schedule or sign up for all 6 weeks. Lunch and camp T-shirt included. ACA Accredited. Cincinnati’s Premier Jewish Day Camp. Kiddie Campers enjoy Soccer shots, music, pony rides, tiny tennis, gymnastics, story time, crafts, swimming lessons, and lunch.
Dates: Weekly, June 10 – August 9, 2019 (no camp week of July 4) • Ages/Grades: Ages 6-12 • Weekly Camp Costs: Members: $195 per child, General Public: $245/child, Before/After Care: $35/child
Jump into art with eight weeks of exciting art projects, gallery games, and more! Explore a different theme each week with activities taught by skilled educators and museum staff. Register for multiple weeks to enjoy all the Art Museum has to offer. Registration starts February 1.
Ages/Grades: Grades 1-12 • Cost: $295/week • Dates: June 10-July 26, 2019, 9am-5pm
Join Cincinnati’s most buzzed about professional theater company downtown for Theatre Summer Camp! Beginning programs for “Juniors” (Grades 1-6) and advanced programs for “Seniors” (Grades 7-12) who want a fun and challenging stage experience this summer! Learn more at cincyshakes.com/summercamp.
CSP was started in 1995 by Vincent Phelan and Elizabeth Council-Phelan, professional musicians trained at CCM. The Suzuki approach invites all children to develop high level musical skills. This “mother tongue” method parallels the way children learn to speak their native language. A parent has an important role and attends every private and group class. The studio is in Mt. Washington, while group classes take place in Clifton Heights. There are also group recitals and performances for the community.
City-Wide Suzuki Summer Camp. Presented by the Corryville Suzuki Project in collaboration with the Riley School of (Irish) Music. June 10-14 at the St. Monica-St. George Parish Center, 498 Herman St. Clifton Heights.
Dates: June 15-28, 2019
The Weston Art Gallery’s acclaimed art ambassadorial program for young people, Docentitos Academy trains youths ages 9–12 years to be Weston Art Gallery docents during a fun-filled, two-week summer camp. Students meet the artists and go behind the scenes of an exhibition to learn the inspiration and installation work that go into creating a show. Daily activities include classes, artist talks, an Aronoff Center theater tour, workshops, installation and studio visits, script rehearsals, field trips, and a final project. Upon graduation, students lead tours of the gallery’s summer exhibitions. Participation Fee: $25
Dates: Session 1: July 16-17-18 (9:30am – 11:30am) , Session 2: July 23-24-25 (9:30am – 11:30am)
Jig on into Camp Erickson! Campers will be introduced to the basics of Irish dancing, have fun making Irish crafts, learn the group dances of Ireland and enjoy Irish storytelling. Ages 4 – 12. $75 per session. Certified by An Coimisiun le Rinci Gaelacha, Dublin, Ireland.