Fun Philly Area Summer Camps for Preschoolers

Celebrate at Burn Brae Day Camp. Photo courtesy of the camp
Celebrate at Burn Brae Day Camp. Photo courtesy of the camp

Selecting the perfect summer camp for Philly children can be challenging under normal circumstances. But when looking for a location that offers options for especially young tots, it can be particularly difficult.

Thankfully, Philly parents can turn to Mommy Poppins Philadelphia to round up destinations for the littlest among us. Whether your family needs care all summer long or you just want to provide a change of scenery and stimulation for your toddler or preschooler, we've found lots of fantastic summer camps in Philadelphia and throughout the Delaware Valley. While many camps start accepting campers at age 4, some even accommodate kiddos 3 and younger.

As would be expected, COVID-19 protocols such as masks and social distancing are in place, so be sure to check directly with venues for particulars for that location. Camp sizes may be limited to follow capacity guidelines.

What about the older kids, you iight ask? Be sure to check out our Summer Camp Guide and posts about camps for art, STEM, and horseback riding, too.

 

Places featured in this article:


Philadelphia Gymnastic Center Inc.

Riverbend Environmental Education Center

Southampton Summer Day Camp

Treehouse Yoga for Children

Upper Main Line YMCA (A Branch of the Greater Brandywine YMCA)

West Chester YMCA (A Branch of the Greater Brandywine YMCA)

Saint Cornelius Early Learning Center

Media-Providence Friends School

The School in Rose Valley,

Burn Brae Day Camp of Creative Arts
Story Time at the Brandywine Zoo
The Brandywine Zoo - 10:30 AM Pick
Movies at the Mercer
Mercer Museum - 7:00 PM Pick
Rothman Orthopaedics Roller Rink
Dilworth Park - various times Pick
Magic Mornings
Briar Bush Nature Center - 10:30 AM
Neighborhood Guides
Activity Guides