Camps Directory

Bucks County Camp Expo


Find the right camp for your child at the Bucks County Camp Expo, the region’s favorite camp fair for nearly 20 years. Meet camp directors from about 40 day and overnight camps, traditional and special interest camps (arts, sports, STEM, etc.), teen travel and adventure programs, and camps for children with special needs. Kids are welcome. Admission and parking are free!


Cherokee Day Camp


Summer Camp 2017 | Children's Parties and Family Events Venue

Cherokee Day Camp is fun, fun, fun! Located in Bensalem, Bucks County on the Neshaminy Creek, Cherokee is a 10-acre oasis. Cherokee is where children's minds are challenged, spirits are fulfilled, and bodies are exercised.​​ Cherokee offers day and overnight camp options, with fun activities your kids will remember for a lifetime:

  • Canoeing
  • Fishing
  • Swimming
  • Ziplines
  • Rock walls
  • Mini golf
  • Sports
  • Playground
  • Various ball fields
  • And much, much more.

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Girl Scouts of Eastern Pennsylvania Camps


For girls entering grades K-12, Girl Scouts of Eastern PA offers week-long camp sessions at four resident camps and three day camps. Kids live in a world of screens—smartphones, laptops, TV's, tablets—and sometimes they just want to get away from it all. At Girl Scouts of Eastern PA's camps, you’re free to unplug, explore new worlds, and make new friends. Each week offers a new themed session and a chance to experience traditional camp activities. With financial aid, busing, and extended care, every girl can enjoy what camp has to offer. And you don’t even have to be a Girl Scout to attend! Check out all of the camp programs here. The opportunities are endless.

Visit to check out the upcoming open houses and experience what a day in the life of a GSEP camper is all about.


Indian Valley Family YMCA (A Branch of the North Penn YMCA)


Summer Camp | June 14-August 25

The sun is shining and summer is on its way! The Indian Valley Y offers a variety of summer camps. Your child will meet new friends while having a great time. Camps have themed weeks with crafts and activities. Outside play and swimming is encouraged to enjoy the fresh air. Teen camp is also available for your middle-school child. Teens cultivate a working garden where they grow their own fruits and veggies. Once a week they eat what they have grown as they prepare recipes for delicious treats. Lego Robotics and archery are also included. Camp offerings include 3, 4, or 5-day options.

For more detailed information including weekly themes and camp locations, please visit the website.

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LocoSummer Camp by LocoRobo


Created by an award-winning university professor, the LocoSummer Camp Series by LocoRobo takes kids for a deep dive into modern careers with real-world coding, robotics, drone science, sensors, 3-D design, and physics. Ages 9-13.

Drone Science
June 26th-June 30th • 9:30 AM-4:30 PM
Uncover the secrets of modern-day magic by learning the construction and electronics behind quadcopters. In this summer camp, students will learn the mechanics, construction, physics, sensors, and coding of drones.

Modern Robotics
July 10th-14th • 9:30 AM-4:30 PM
Main Line: July 31st-Aug 4th • 9:30 AM-4:30 PM
LocoRobo's signature camp is back to teach you real-world coding and robotics! Program the sound, motion, and lights of the LocoXtreme robot with graphical blocks and transform them into real Python code. Learn 3-D design and printing techniques. Engage in action-packed coding exercises and challenges all week long.

For more information and to register, visit the website.

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Philadelphia School of Circus Arts - Camps


Philadelphia School of Circus Arts invites children to turn their summer upside-down—literally—during full-day Summer Circus Camp. Children five years old and up will train in static trapeze, aerial silks, juggling, plate-spinning, tightwire-walking, clowning, and acrobatics. Activities also include performance classes, co-operative games, and special guest artists. While balancing, climbing, and tumbling, children will build strength and flexibility, learn new skills, and increase their confidence. Full-day camp programs range from a one-week Junior Camp for 5 to 7 year olds to a two-week Youth Camp for 8 to 14 year olds. New camps this year include Circus Camp A La Carte for children who need a flexible schedule (pick a day or a week!) and Performance Intensive Camp for advanced students who want to train like the pros right here in Philadelphia.

Spanish Exploradores


Spanish Summer Camp

Send your child on an adventure this Summer!

  • Chile - week 1
  • Mexico - week 2
  • Peru - week 4
  • Spain - week 5

Campers will learn about Latin America without leaving the classroom. Daily journeys will explore local culture, music, holidays, and, of course, Spanish. For hands-on experience, campers will make and try food from each country.

Crafty kids, get ready!

  • La Casa - week 3

Does your child love learning, building, and designing? Then this is the camp for them! Learn about the home in Spanish vocabulary from daily life. Each day, campers will work on their casa (house). It will be their original design inside and out—they pick the colors and make the furniture just like an interior designer. At the end of the week, they get to take their casa home.

Monday-Friday, 9:30 AM-12:30pm. $195. Ages 6 - 13. Learn more about camp here, and learn about other class offerings here.

The Business of Doing Good - Camp


Summer Camp for Your Budding Social Entrepreneurs

Kids have a wonderful way of making very complex problems simple. Give them the opportunity to use their skills to make the world a better place and just see what they can do!

The Business of Doing Good offers an immersive day-camp program for rising 5th-9th graders. Campers meet and work with social entrepreneurs who make the world a better place every day. They learn business skills and entrepreneurial traits while creating projects that follow their personal passions.

The week is active. Campers get out into the community and talk to local business owners and leaders. Day trips include Apple Business Store, innovation labs, and start-up incubators. The kids have immersive experiences in business environments. The experience culminates in an showcase exposition.

Camp takes place August 21-25; the cost is $350. Register here!

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Abington Art Center


Abington Art Center is dedicated to providing opportunities for its many audiences to experience, appreciate and participate in the arts at whatever level they choose. They have classes, outreach, and exhibitions.

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This community art center is a nonprofit arts organization dedicated to providing educational experiences for artists and community members that promote an improvement in the quality of their lives. They have great affordable kids' art, music, drama and dance classes.

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