- Enter For A Chance To Win 2 “Kaijudo: Clash of the Duel Masters” Competitive Decks – Giveaway!
- Wizard World Philadelphia Is A Place To Meet Heroes And Create Memories
- Power Rangers Super Samurai: Secret of the Red Ranger – Volume 4 – Exclusive Giveaway
- Hottest Toys In 2013 – Early Holiday List Thoughts
- Aedin Mincks Talks “A.N.T. Farm” and His Co-Stars – Exclusive Interview!
Meet 13 Unique Summer Camps That Kid’s Attend
It is summer time and that means camps for plenty of kids. Now when we normally think of summer camps, we expect sports or craft related ones, but did you know that they also have a plethora of original camps that go beyond the usual ones we think of. Luckily we found a good list that give us an idea on what is out there in terms of unique camps. So lets get started listing and explaining each one.
Stagedoor Manor, Catskill, NY
This is like Glee in real life! Kids go ahead and put on a show during the camp and teach kids how to perform or work in a structured set. Some of today’s stars like Natalie Portman were past campers.
Interlochen Camp, Ann Arbor, MI
This National Arts Camp helps kids focus and stay competitive on their different arts. It covers music to dancing to other forms of art.
Canoe Island French Camp, Ocras Island, WA
This French camp teaches kid’s the French life and culture. Everything from food to language and everything between. It is a great way to expand kid’s world views and culture sensitivity.
Beam Camp, Stafford, NH
Beam Camp is for inventors to work out their minds and to see the bigger picture. They have their campers come up with ideas and build them to bring it into reality. Thus, it helps to train the future inventors of today.
Cub Creek Science Camp, Rolla, MO
This camp appeals to science loving minds everywhere. Everything thing a mini vet program to a forensic to 911 training can all be done at this ranch.
YMCA Camp Horseshoe, Parsons, WV
This camp is for those who want to succeed in the business world. It helps to teach marketing, networking and the basics of the business world. A great choice for those who want to be CEOs of the future.
Emagination Computer Camp, Multi US Cities
This camp is held at college campuses around the US. Students are taught college level computer and technology, including video game design and robotics. PC repair/building and programming are also common classes within the program.
Camp Motorsport, Alton, Va.
This camp is for those who are dying to become a race car driver The kids have a chance to make go-karts and drive them around to experience how it feels to be a racer.
Global Youth Village, Bedford, Va.
This camp teaches respect and diversity of other cultures. Kid’s and teens from around the US are taught on how to show respect each other, no matter what background they come from.
Camp Winnarainbow, Laytonville, Ca.
This camp is more of a circus school. It trains kid’s how to ride an unicycle or be a Trapeze or other circus related items that people love to view. Please note that this isn’t a clown school, though.
Guard Up! Family Swordsmanship, Burlington, Mass.
Wizards, zombies, warriors and Neft, oh my! This camp is all about living out their fantasies of being heroes or wizards.
Camp Lohikan, Lake Como, Pa.
These lucky kids learn what it is like to be a spy! They go through training on how to do code breaking, undercover operations and even martial arts during this fun camp. They even throw in a touch of James Bond for the kids who attended the camp.
Pali Overnight Adventures, Running Springs, Ca.
This overnight camp allows kid’s to test out different, possible career choices. Everything from modeling to fashion design to culinary arts. They also offer adventures such as motor cross and paintball for those who want a little fun that isn’t so structured.
Yikes, that is a lot of camps that I didn’t even know about! I wonder how many kids will now ask to attend one of these these not so average camps? I figure they will wind up with a huge waiting list at this point. At least other cities can catch on and maybe start offering related camps? That would be a perfect solution to the issue at hand and would be a whole lot easier for those who cannot attend these camps listed.
Do you want to attend any of these camps? I would love the art related ones or science/technology ones. Those would be up my own personally alley. However, I think a lot of kids and teens will be wanting to attend this unique camps, including the ones that were not listed here. It will gain attention of those who are seeking more than just a typical experience and that is a good thing in my book.