There are 150+ camps in SB and you can find almost all of them on PARENTCLICK! View our A-Z SUMMER CAMP DIRECTORY for a list of every camp, website link and a description of their program.You will findlinks and contact information in theDIRECTORYfor the ADS below. If youd like to be included inthe 2019 Guide, please complete this FORMand we can still add you!
Get out your calendars or in our case, it usually takes a spreadsheet to plan our childrens summer schedule. I love looking through the camp directory and realizing the many opportunities our kids have to try a new sport or activity! Summer is a time for adventure, new experiences, creating memories and making new friends. For younger children, this is a great time to sign up for swim lessons. For those needing a little more academic support over the break, check out the tutoring programs and camps where kids can have fun while they learn.Now that my children are older, we are focused on all the great Counselor In Training (CIT) programs where they can volunteer and get work experience. Check out DPHS Community Programs, Safety Town, SB Zoo, SB Museum of Natural History and many more listed below where your teens can stay engaged!