Families from across the Delaware Valley came to Plymouth Meeting to learn about dozens of camps, win prizes and take home freebies.
These health specialty summer camps give kids a chance to have fun with others who have the same medical condition.
Which classes are right for your little one?
Counselor-in-Training (CIT) programs help middle-school students transition from camper to counselors and learn leadership and problem-solving skills.
Learn about horse camps, hippotherapy and therapeutic riding. Then check out our list of local stables and camps that offer horseback riding in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware.
Find a great academic summer camp to help your child learn new skills or improve on current ones.
Summer arts camps are a great alternative for some kids, including those who don't like sports. Talent is not a prerequisite, just an interest to explore.
Have a look at the camp trends for this year including art, academic, gardening, mystery, adventure, service learning and family.