Some Delaware Valley summer programs are geared to foster kids' inborn love of animals and the outdoors.
Kids attend sports camps to improve skills, stay active during the summer and have fun. These questions can help you match a sports camp with your child’s interests and abilities.
Today's youth travel and adventure camps offer styles ranging from rustic to resort. Many blend adventure, service and cultural immersion.
For many busy families, camp conveniences such as transportation and extended hours are necessities. Camps have responded with a variety of extra features and services.
Families sampled activities and gathered in-depth information at the MetroKids Super Camp Fair, Jan. 30, at the Conshohocken (PA) Marriott.
In response to the economy and changing lifestyles, many overnight camps have added shorter sessions to their traditional 4- and 8-week schedules.
Delaware Valley parents can find a camp fair on almost every weekend from January through March, including the MetroKids Super Camp Fair, Sun., Jan. 27, 2013 in Conshohocken, PA.