Camps & Summer Programs
PARENTGUIDE News delivers detailed information for the following cagetories in Bergen County, Essex County, Hudson County, Mercer County, Middlesex County, Monmouth County, Morris County, Passaic County, Somerset County, Sussex County, Union County, Warren County, Manhattan, Nassau County, Queens County, Rockland County, Suffolk County, and Westchester County.
Whether for theatrical performances or visits from animals or sports stars, these companies provide programs and resources to make children’s days at camp extraordinary.
Explore the many types of camps available to kids, such as academic camps, acting and theater camps, circus arts camps and every sports camp under the sun. The athletic camps feature sports like lacrosse, baseball, softball, basketball and tennis as well as activities not typically present in schools, including horseback riding and swimming. There are also gymnastics camps, martial arts and yoga programs, and opportunities to delve into music and dance during the summertime. Traditional day camps and other specialty camps are also covered.
If your child requires extra help in a certain subject, needs to prepare for an exam or school interview or aims to maintain an academic edge, there’s a service for your family. The resources spotlighted here foster children’s academic standing and study skills.
Find overnight camps for boys, girls and coed campers in the New York and New Jersey area as well as in other popular camp locations that offer enriching and entertaining experiences— along with sun, bunk fun and lifelong friends.
These summer and seasonal offerings grant children through teens exciting and enlightening experiences throughout the United States and abroad. Whether in a traditional camp setting, during an adventure throughout the great outdoors or by immersing kids in foreign language learning, travel camps allow kids to broaden their abilities, minds and social circles.
These education and support services cater to both parents and children. Find specialists who deal with everything from kids’ learning differences to parents’ fitness preferences.