With the help of our advertising partners, we've rounded up a list of camps that still have room.
In just a few months, according to America's leading camping professionals, more than 11 million kids will venture off to summer camp. Many of the children going will be doing so for their first time.
YMCA's Camp Classen, located in Davis, is celebrating its 75th anniversary. Enroll now!
We’re at the height of an era marked by fewer possessions and more experiences. In fact, a recent study sponsored by Eventbrite shows more than three in four millennials would choose to spend money on an event or experience over buying something desirable.
On the surface, summer camp is a fun getaway for kids to help fill the time during a school break. But on a deeper level, it's so much more. We talked to experts from some of our favorite local camps about the benefits of sending kids to summer camp.
Summer camp is a time-honored tradition, rich with activities, newfound friendships and a lifetime of memories. Explore a few ways to make your child’s camp experience smooth sailing from start to finish.
Harvest Foster Kids Camp is a four-day camp for abused, abandoned and neglected children in Oklahoma County who are currently in foster care. Operating with the full support of OKDHS, the camp provides foster children with long-term connections to positive role models and creates positive childhood memories for children whose other memories are often of distrust, anger and abuse.
There’s a camp that is ideally suited for every child, providing a summer of growth and fun. Find tips here to help you find the best camp for your fun-loving kid.
Figuring out the right time for your child to attend sleep away camp may be tricky, but paying attention to the signs they are ready may help make this process a bit easier.
Making the case for kids enjoying a low-tech summer camp experience.