Summer camps are a great way for kids to spend some time with others their age, learning new skills or playing exciting games outdoors. They’re fun, memorable and liked by most kids. If you’ve been looking for summer camps in the Danville area, you’re in luck, because there are quite a few!
Every year, The Rock Church organizes a Vacation Bible School Camp (VBS). This is not your typical church camp! Kids love going to it because they make it exciting and have a new theme every year (More info to come). For the whole family, they have The Rock Church Camp, from 6/30/19-7/02/19. You have fun outdoor adventures during the day, and a large campfire is lit at night. Camp-goers sit around the fire and learn about God before going to bed. If you register before 28 Feb, you can enter for $245 per person. The Rock comes up with some very fun adventures, and camping out with family makes for a pleasantly unique experience.
Their 2019 dates and info haven’t been released yet on the site, but their camps are usually around July-August. Kids’ Country combines the good old outdoor adventures and campfire routine with sports, music, art, and design – making their camps very mixed-bag. Today kids spend increasingly less time outdoors so parents naturally want to push them towards it, but finding a good mix is important. Enroll your kids in their camp for an exciting – and learning – experience this summer.
Looking for a variety of fun camps for different ages? This site offers a lot of different choices and times of summer camps! Registration opens: 2/19/2019 (residents) or, 2/20/19 (non-residents).
Safari Kid has a well-liked summer camp open to young kids in transitional kindergarten (TK) to 5th grade. They also have a Spring camp in early April! They teach kids Spanish, art, Science, cooking, public speaking, and much more. Another mixed bag. Field days out in nature allow children to watch the local flora and fauna – with insects being a big hit. They pack a lot into the camp, so they’re great value for the price. And the kids seem to love it! It’s ideal for fickle or easily bored children.
We hope you liked this list! Kids look forward to summer camps as a yearly outing with friends, so it’s always a good idea to research the available options and try and choose the best one for your kid – to make the wait worthwhile. Stay tuned for more such posts, and to find out the best (of everything!) in Danville CA.
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