It’s time to start looking for a good Summer Camp
It’s that time of the year again for parents living in Clayton and Raleigh, Cary and Wake Forest, to ask the question…where are we going to send our kids to Summer Camp? Well the good news is that there are literally hundreds of camps to choose from and they can be as simple as a half day play date to a week long overnight camp camp!
There are a number of resources you can use, obviously the YMCA is a good place to start. Carolina Parent magazine which is free and can be picked up at local supermarkets has an extensive list of clubs, camps and activities.
Camps these days are no longer confined to fishing and boating and being outside, they now run the gamut from NC State College of Engineering Summer Camps which includes academics, computers, field trips $350/wk to Camp iWalk the Eno, crafts, boating, performing arts rock climbing $150/wk.
Do it now! Some of these popular camps may already be full.
Clayton Parks and Rec are offering these Summer Camps in 2013
- Summer Playground Program
- Challenger British Soccer Camp
- Pottery Camp
- Art Camp
- Girls Volleyball Camp
- Basketball By The Sea
Check out all the Clayton Parks and Rec Department has to offer here
Here are some cool looking Summer Camps in the area
- Camp Kanata www.campkanata.org
- Triangle Rock Club www.trianglerockclub.com
- NC Museum of Art www.ncartmuseum.org/summercamp
- NC Museum of Natural Sciences www.naturalsciences.org/programs-events/summer-camps
- NC State Wolfpack Golf School www.wildwoodgreen.com
- MacNair’s Country Acres www.macnairscountryacres.com
This is one that I know my sons would have loved to attend and what do you know it is already sold out. If you have kids from the age of nine and up you will undoubtedly have heard of Minecraft. Here is the iD Programming Academy Summer Camp 3D Game Design with Minecraft at UNC Chapel Hill