This summer, explore a top campus, make friends as you master new tech skills, and join a community of more than 275,000 alumni. At iD Tech summer camps, students ages 6-18 can learn to code, build websites, design video games, experience virtual reality, mod Minecraft, engineer robots, model and print 3D characters, and more!
Campers have the best time ever! Small, private, traditional camp with great staff, great food, great fun. Campers choose own activities within program framework. Try everything or specialize in your favorite. Daily activities separate for boys and girls with regular planned coed events. Growth with fun and learning in a healthy atmosphere.
Serving children with diabetes for nearly 100 years. Diabetes supplies included. Financial Aid available. Experienced physicians oversee the care of each camper. A registered dietitian plans & supervises well-balanced meals. 72 wooded acres includes pool & Founders Lake.
Fun is what camp is all about! At SNC we use Adventure, Learning and Kindness all in a Natural setting to promote each campers's personal development. Our nurturing atmosphere gives campers confidence to make friends easily and to try new activities. Our Gaol is allows each camper to truly be themselves, maybe thats why 92% of our campers return each summer.
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.
Learn jazz and improvisation from some of the world's leading players. No jazz or improv experience necessary!
Stepping Stones offers programs year round, including an excelling summer camp. We run both day and overnight camps for children and adults living with disabilities.
Red Oak, a not-for-profit private camp, is proud of its mission to develop children’s inner strengths through outdoor adventure. Red Oak offers day and overnight camp options for boys and girls, and shorter sessions for many programs.
Courageous Acres is an inclusive camp for individuals with (and without) disabilities. We have week-long sessions of day camp (ages 5-21) and overnight camp (16+).
From June through August, Kubicki Equestrian Center offers weekly day camps. $275.00 per week and campers get 2 riding sessions per day, craft time and learn basic horse care. They also receive a camp T-Shirt, Certificate of Completion, Picture with their favorite horse and parents are invited to see the "End of Camp Week Horse Show" put on by the kids. Camp is daily 9:00am-3:00pm.
day and overnight camps, group retreats, learning about all aspects of horsemanship, camping, cookouts, fishing, crafts, hiking, swimming
COGA offers Online Video Academy, COGA Junior Golf Tour, Short Game School, Junior Golf Academy, Winter Development Programs, Mental Golf Mastery Blog & All-inclusive Annual COGA Enrollment Program.
Animal lovers return year after year to work and play at the Barker farm. Located in Ohio's Amish settlement. Nondenominational. Montessori. Since 1976
Grief camp for children ages 6-12, who are grieving the loss of a loved one.
SoccerPlus Camps conducts soccer camps across the country and is presented by Tony DiCicco, Head Coach of the 1996 Olympic Gold-Medal Winning, 1999 World Cup Champion USA Women's National Soccer Teams, and 2008 FIFA U20 Women's World Cup Champion USA U20 National Soccer Team.
Metro Parks' Nature Adventure Camps are designed to provide Central Ohio youth with the opportunity to discover and experience nature in an engaging, hands-on group setting. Campers will participate in fun outdoor activities, crafts and games. Metro Parks has been offering week-long day camp sessions since 1997. Programs are available for children in preschool through ninth grade.
Camp Culture is a Faith-Based Camp that Exposes youth to Drama, Visual Art, Music, Dance and Creative Writing. Youth Ages 6-14 will experience each arts discipline and exhibit their own talents within the surrounding communities.In addition, older youth participate in service learning projects in various community settings. The 2014 season will run from June 9 - July 11. For more info contact 216-721-5934 or 216.624.9160
Specializing in children with Autism Spectrum Disorders, Aspergers Syndrome, PDD-NOS with a focus on speech, language, social skills, & emotional regulation in the community with speech-language pathologist, Holly Reimann, MA, CCC-SLP and a camp assistant.