New York Summer Camps

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Camp Cedarbrook in the Adirondacks
Corinth, NY

We are a Christian camp for girls located in the beautiful Adirondack mountains.

Science Adventures
Multiple Locations across the US, AZ, CA, CO, CT, FL, IL, KY, MA, MD, MI, MO, NJ, NY, OH, OR, PA, RI, TX, VA, WA, WI

Campers in grades 1-6 can explore science in a fun, interactive way. Our quality hands-on experiments, innovative curriculum and professional instructors bring your child’s understanding of science to the next level.

360 Sports Camp
Fleischmanns, NY

Sports camp where kids learn PROPER technique and confidence!

Camp A Class Act
New York, NY

Broadway camps for kids and teens - Inquiries: 212.315.3010 June, July and August One-Week Camps in New York City, Long Island, Albany, NY, Utica, NY and Allentown, PA. Space is limited. All Skill Levels Welcome.

Chelsea Piers Summer Sports Camps
New York, NY

Chelsea Piers is Manhattan's ultimate destination for children's sports.

Day Camp Kahagon - YMCA of Greater Bergen County
Rockland County, NY

The YMCA of Greater Bergen County offer traditional, back to basics day camps.

Camp Hillard
Scarsdale, NY
Kids Creative Summer Camp
New York City, NY

A creative, fun and award-winning day camp where kids develop and perform their own original musical play! Peace education and confidence-building are emphasized.

Dorothy P. Flint Nassau County 4-H Camp
Riverhead, NY

Dorothy P. Flint NC 4-H Camp is located on 140 acres of woodlands, farmland and beachfront adjacent to the Long Island Sound. This natural setting includes a 40 acre working farm, Ropes Challenge Course, Nature Center, Horseback Riding arenas and trails and open areas for recreation. The Camp is accredited by the American Camp Association and licensed and inspected by the Suffolk County Department of Health.

Teenventure Day Camp - YMCA of Greater bergen County
Rockland County, NY

The YMCA of Greater Bergen County offer traditional, back to basics day camps.

Camp Crooked and Silver Arrow - Rome YMCA
Rome, NY
The Nature Place Day Camp
Chestnut Ridge, NY

ACA accredited, non-competitive and nature-oriented for over 25 years.

Basketball City
New York, NY

Our Summer Camps are the best in the NYC! Let our experienced staff teach your kids how to play the right way in our brand new state-of-the-art facility.

History Weeks
New York, NY

Experience what life was like in 19th-century New York City through historic crafts, games, cooking, behind-the-scenes tours, scavenger hunts and more.

The Fashion Class: Design and Sewing Summer Camp for Kids in Merrick NY
Merrick, NY

Our fashion summer camp for kids & tweens combines the best part of fashion & design for ages 6-12 and 13-17 years old. Limited to 15 campers, our one-of-a-kind boutique camp teaches students how to sew, design & style their own garments in one week.

TADA!
New York, NY

Create, rehearse and perform a unique musical every week. Professional theater artists teach you scenes and musical numbers from TADA! originals and Broadway shows.

Camp Whitman on Seneca Lake
Penn Yan, NY

Camp Whitman is a traditional children’s summer camp operated that also offers a specialized camp for youth and adults with disabilities each week.

Summer Trails Day Camp
Granite Springs, NY

Summer Trails Day Camp in Granite Springs is a private 20 acre summer day camp facility and boasts a wildlife-filled lake, two heated swimming pools, nature trails, spacious ball fields, as well as athletic and creative arts facilities.

Little Falls Gymnastics Camp
Fort Plain, NY

Little Falls Gymnastics camp dedicated to building character in children by teaching them to goal setting, responsibility, frienship.Facility includes state-of -the-art equipment, Art and Crafts, Swimming Pool, trips.

Steve & Kate's Camp
San Francisco Bay Area & LA County, CA

Steve & Kate's Camp conforms to kids. Not the other way around. Instead of a rigid structure, we give our campers choice. Instead of teaching kids the typical way, we give them tools and gentle guidance to help them become autodidacts. The difference is subtle–and it’s profound.