How can your child avoid illness at camp, and what should he do if it happens anyway? Get the answers here.
Want your teen to build job skills over the summer? How about a counselor or counselor-in-training position at a local camp?
Campers with special needs can enjoy a variety of local camps that know how to support them and make sure they have an incredible summer.
Local performing arts camps give kids a chance to grow their talents in acting, song and dance.
Even the youngest tots can enjoy a camp experience that builds new skills and offers fun, new experiences.
Kids explore their interest in science at local STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) camps that provide hands-on learning and fun.
If your child has food allergies, ask camp directors these questions as one step toward a safe camp experience.
The 8th Annual MetroKids Super Camp Fair, held Jan. 31 at the Conshohocken (PA) Marriott, attracted hundreds of families who met with camp representatives and started planning their summer adventures.