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These days there are all kinds of boot camps, summer camps, and sports camps to suit different needs and interests. While some only last a single day, others are for an entire summer. A few of the different types of camps offered for children and teenagers are basketball, band, Christian youth, cheerleading, football, and nature. In other words, there are athletic programs and sleepaway adventures to please most people. Below, you will find a list of helpful terms that can assist you with better understanding academic camps, summer programs, and long-term sports activities for kids.

  • Music or Band Camp – This is a type of program, which is typically for boys and girls in school band classes and it helps them excel with instruments and singing or performing.
  • Sports Camp – Typically a summer athletic program for activities like soccer, tennis, basketball, or football.
  • Performing Arts Program – A single-day or several week program that involves learning anything from dance, to theater arts, to singing.
  • Counselor – This is a type of chaperone, guide, or authority figure who works at camps to assist kids and teens with learning.
  • Summer Retreat – A relaxing getaway or summer-long boot camp that involves anything from horseback riding, to learning about nature, to exercise, to traveling with a group to see new things.
  • Sleepaway Camp – This is a type of retreat that takes place away from home for several weeks or months, and kids are typically expected to sleep overnight in bunks or cabins.
  • Christian Youth Group – This is a group of children or teenagers that partake in activities with their church and often travel to new places.
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    Camp Red Cedar
    3900 Hursh Rd, Fort Wayne, IN 46845
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    (260) 637-3608
    User Review: "Camp red cedar is the best camp I have ever been too. Its for all ages, it teaches you leadership , horsemen ship, and it..."
    Miami County YMCA
    223 W High St, Piqua, OH 45356
    Miami County YMCA is a health and wellness facility in Piqua, OH. Contact us to enroll your child in our summer camp.
    (937) 573-4136
    Franke Park Day Camp
    3411 Sherman Blvd, Fort Wayne, IN 46808
    (260) 427-6725
    10313 Aboite Center Rd, Fort Wayne, IN 46804
    (260) 432-8953
    Girl Scouts-Camp McMillen
    17107 Griffin Rd, Huntertown, IN 46748
    (260) 637-6279
    Camp Whitley
    4305 W Camp Whitley Rd, Columbia City, IN 46725
    (260) 799-5587
    Camp Lutherhaven Outdoor Ministry Center
    1596 S 150 W, Albion, IN 46701
    (260) 636-7101
    Bear Lake Camp
    1773 S 10th St, Albion, IN 46701
    (260) 799-5988
    Camp Adventure Lookout Lodge
    5121 N 1000 E, Pierceton, IN 46562
    (574) 834-1288
    Pigeon River Canoe & Camp
    3490 S 325 W, Pleasant Lake, IN 46779
    (260) 475-5512
    Camp Bradley S OD
    103 Front St, North Manchester, IN 46962
    (260) 982-8798
    Camp Bradley S OD
    14574 N 200 E, North Manchester, IN 46962
    (260) 982-6895
    Y F C Wilderness Camp
    20702 Road 48, Grover Hill, OH 45849
    (419) 587-3656
    Limberlost Camp
    5000 S 150 E, Lagrange, IN 46761
    (260) 463-3917
    Quaker Haven Camp
    111 Ems D16c Ln, Syracuse, IN 46567
    (574) 834-4193

    If you are trying to decide on a summer camp for your kids, you have many options to choose from. With so many programs including day and sleepaway camp, there is one that will work for your needs. A day camp is one that your boy or girl attends during the afternoons, but sleeps at home. Most sleepaway programs involve traveling to a destination and staying overnight every night. When choosing which one is right for you, consider both your ability to drive your child to camp and his or her ability to be away from home. You can then pick a program. For example, there are many sports camps like basketball and football. There are even soccer, tennis and cheerleading ones for the athletic youngsters. If your kid loves the outdoors, consider an adventure camp. Then he can go on nature walks and retreats in the woods, and even ride horses. There are even arts and entertainment camps. These teach about band and musical performance, and also allow time for creative crafts. Or maybe you are looking for a boot or Christian camp. Summer camp is an opportunity for your youth to grow into a well-rounded individual. They can explore what they love, from sports to band to academics, while learning from a counselor and making friends. From boot to basketball camp, you will find the program that is right for your family. To find a program, check with local youth organizations and schools, and ask your friends and neighbors for referrals. You can also check your local listings.
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