Camps on drawing, mixed media, and animals of the rainforest are just some of the offerings from AAM. Camps run throughout the summer and range in cost from $110-145.
Camp Bumblebee (ages 2-3; parent/caregiver must attend), Camp Pollywog (4-6), Camp Turtle (4-6), Camp Paw Paw (7-9), and Camp Egret (10-12) meet from June through July and range in price from $75-325, depending upon member status. Camps are nature-based so that children get hands-on experiences outdoors.
From Plein Air art camp to filmmaking, the Avalon has something for every child this summer. Camps begin in late June and range in cost from $175-275. Dates are still being finalized, so check back for registration.
Archery, river trekking, and horseback riding are only three of the summer camp options at Camp Pecometh in Centreville. Fees vary greatly from $259-669, so please visit the link above for more information.
Part of the YMCA of the Chesapeake’s offerings, Camp Racing Moon offers sleep-away camps for children ages 8-15 and also their families. Campers will swim, canoe, fish, zipline, and much more.
Want your child(ren) to experience a 3-day mini camp, or would you prefer an option for the whole family? Camp Tockwogh has both, and more. Visit their website (linked above) for more details.
Located on picturesque Kent Island, Camp Wright in Stevensville is a faith-based camp for active kids offering both day and residential camps.
CBMM offers day camps for children ages 4-15, including Bay Crusaders, Shipwrecked, Chesapeake Critters, and more.
This farm in Stevensville was conceived to offer support to challenged young adults and offers multiple week-long camps throughout the summer for children ages 5-10.
There is an option for every age at EHOS. Situated on the upper eastern shore of the Chesapeake Bay, Echo Hill offers day and residential programs for children and their families. Explore science and ecology, history and culture, and adventure course and group development.
For aspiring golfers ages 6-17, Hog Neck offers 2.5-hour, 4-day camps once per month in June, July, and August. Register by email or at the Pro Shop.
This downtown Easton favorite offers half-day week-long camps from 9am to 12pm for children ages 6-13. Camps are $200/week and families may choose from a variety of themes, including Star Wars, Kids in the Kitchen, Shark Week, and more.
The Lab is offering martial arts and STEM-based camps this summer on topics such as Animal Kingdom, Space Force, Jurassic World, and more. Click the link above for more details.
Miles River Yacht Club
The MRYC Junior Sail program is for children ages 6-18. Summer campus include knot-tying, sailing, swimming, and more.
Pickering Creek is only offering family adventures this year, with no camps for children. Learn more at the link above.
Schrader’s safety-based program teaches kids about proper methods for shooting shotguns, 22s, air rifles, archery, and fishing. One-day camp, $100.
Children ages 5-12 may sign up weekly or for the entire summer for camp with TCPR. Activities include field trips, sports, swimming, arts and crafts, movies and more. Camps are available from June 17 to August 23 from 7am-6pm.
TTR offers summer programs for children ages 8-12 (June 21-25) and 13-17 (July 12-16). Students learn to groom, tack, lead, ride, and do scavenger hunts, movies, arts and crafts, and much more.
Classes in the Junior Sailing Program are for children ages 6 and up and run June to August. Private lessons, opti racing, and regatta coaching are also available.
Tuckahoe offers day camps and family challenges, including hiking, canoeing, fishing, and much more. Visit the link above for more information.
YMCA of the Chesapeake holds camps throughout the summer for children as young as 3, including traditional camps and specialty camps beginning at $130 for members.