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Best of Greensboro - Summer Camps

Day Camps
  • Bilingual Babes (formerly Spanish Splash)
    • “Spanish Splash Summer Camp does what any summer camp does in planning lots of fun outings for the kids (Butterfly farm, NC Zoo, WS Children's Museum, etc.) and lots of arts and crafts, but all of it is done in a Spanish Immersion environment! My 2yr. old son and 4 yr. old daughter attended last summer and will again this summer (they attend their preschool during the school year), and they love learning the Spanish language and my daughter can hold basic conversations with native Spanish speakers! Awesome and unique program every parent should seek out for their child. “ –Brooke T.
  • The Center for Visual Artists Art Camp
    • "The Center For Visual Artists art camps. Holly doesn't even want to discuss any others." - Heather K.
  • First Lutheran School for Young Children
    • "For the littles (1-rising K), First Lutheran School for Young Children has a great camp. It will be in August this year." - Amy S.
  • Girl Scouts
    • "The Girl Scouts have both day and resident summer camps this summer!" - Jaclyn J.
  • Greensboro Children’s Museum
    • "The Greensboro Children's Museum" - Mary Margaret H.
  • Greensboro Day School
    • "For the older kiddos, Greensboro Day School has an AWESOME schedule of camps throughout the whole summer." - Amy S.
    • “Greensboro Day School” –Denise J.
  • Northern Arts
    • “I'm not sure if many of you know of the new facility out in Summerfield for Kids! Its called Northern Arts and they are currently running summer camps with karate, gymnastics, art, acting, and bricks 4 kids will be doing two camps! In the fall your kids can take dance, karate (for kids and adults), gymnastics (preschool and basic tumbing), musikgarten, art, theatre, yoga (mom and me classes available) and zumba. Its just going to be a nice spot for entertainment for those who live out in that area and so I wanted to share! “ –Heather C.
  • Our Lady of Grace
    • “Depending on the ages of your kiddos Our Lady of Grace has great summer camps all summer long.” –Jennifer T.
  • Precision Golf School & Tennis Academy
    • "Precision Golf Camp (at Burmil) has golf camps for ages 5 and up. Maybe they would be willing to do it for a 4 year old." - Tori M.
  • Proehlific Park
    • “Prohlific Park” –Ashley P.
  • Safety Town
    • "My 5 year old LOVED Safety Town this year!" - Jennifer A.
    • "Safety Town is for 5 and 6 year olds and is 2 hours a day for two week sessions during the summer - they offer multiple sessions throughout the summer. My older daughter still talks about and remembers all the fun safety stuff she learned, and my younger daughter is attending this year for the first time. It used to be free, but now costs a small fee (like $30) but is totally worth it for all the good the kids learn. Highly highly recommend it!" -Becky L.
  • St. Francis Day School
    • "Saint Francis Day School has some fun themed day camps!" - Sarah Beth S.
  • Swim Fanatics Swim Club Summer Camps
    • "Swim Fanatics Swim Club offers 1/2 day camps throughout the summer for kids 2-15. Kind of nice to have all your kids be able to attend the same camp. Each day the kids swim with certified swim coaches and are grouped by age and swim levels." - Anitra F.
    • “my daughter wouldn't swim before it and loved to swim after it.” –Tori M.
    • “Swim fanatics is a great program!” –Alycia B.
  • Tumblebees
    • “Today is our last day at tumblebees half day camp for ages 3-5. I just wanted to givea huge recommendation for their program. My kids have had such a blast this week. The program is great and super fun. Naps have been awesome post camp too! It is worth the price!!” –Jenna R.
  • UNCG Soccer Camp
    • "UNCG Soccer Camp -The attention to detail is amazing!  It is an outdoor camp, but they are so good about getting the kids in the pool, drinking lots of water, and playing soccer inside if needed.  The schedule is very organized.  A lot of time the coaches are the players from the UNCG team.  They really make the week special for the kids and truly go out of their way outside of the camp when they see the kids.  This camp has given our child some great role models to look up to." - Tori M.
  • YMCA
    • "The YWCA Greensboro has a YWORLD summer camp program that serves children from all over the area. I don't think registrations have started yet, but folks should keep it in mind!" - Kristin M.
    • “Bryan YMCA is where we go” –Anne C.
  • YMCA Camp Weaver
    • “Camp weaver is awesome” –Sherry L.
Resident/Overnight Camps
  • Girl Scouts
    • "The Girl Scouts have both day and resident summer camps this summer!" - Jaclyn J.
  • SOARNC
    • "If you have a child with ADHD, I recommend a summer camp in Balsam Base, NC - SOARNC" - Amy S.
  • YMCA Camp Weaver
    • “Camp weaver is awesome” –Sherry L.

2 comments:

  1. Spanish Splash Summer Camp does what any summer camp does in planning lots of fun outings for the kids (Butterfly farm, NC Zoo, WS Children's Museum, etc.) and lots of arts and crafts, but all of it is done in a Spanish Immersion environment! My 2yr. old son and 4 yr. old daughter attended last summer and will again this summer (they attend their preschool during the school year), and they love learning the Spanish language and my daughter can hold basic conversations with native Spanish speakers! Awesome and unique program every parent should seek out for their child.

    http://spanishsplash.com/Spanish_Camp.html

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