Day Camps in and around St Louis
Where to send kids for general day camps in our area
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The Magic House
Make your child's summer magical with a one-of-a-kind summer camp experience. Campers participate in fun educational activities, explore The Magic House and more. Weeklong half-day camp is available for ages 4 –8 from June through August. Plus, a full-day program will be offered for kids ages 9-11. From exploring the deep blue sea to becoming junior detectives, Camp Magic House has something sure to spark your child’s imagination this summer. See our website for more information or to register.
J Day Camps has a Camp for Every Kid!2018 Camp Dates: May 29 – August 10
This year, J Day Camps offer even more! We’ve lined up awesome partners to expand our selections: arts camps with Craft Alliance, STEAM camps in partnership with Saul Mirowitz Jewish Community School, and sports camps with the St. Louis Blues and many other partners! Plus swimming, lunch, field trips and even better pre- and post-care. The J has a camp for every kid, and every kid is welcome at the J.
J Day Camps has promoted happiness, growth and friendships for four generations of campers. We offer a variety of weekly camps for children ages 3-15, including traditional, pre-school, teen, leadership development and more.
Give your child a summer to remember! Countryside was established in 1964 and offers a fun-filled summer program by providing the following daily activities: pony rides, swimming instruction/free swim (ages 3-6) and water play (non-potty trained 3’s and younger), Montessori and art activities, outdoor play and gardening. Countryside offers a ten-week summer camp from June 5th – August 11th. Camp hours: 8:15 a.m.-12:00 p.m. with a Full Day Option (8:15 a.m.-3:15 p.m.) or Extended Hours (7:00 a.m.-5:30 p.m.) You can register for as little as two weeks or for all ten weeks! Come check our new educational playground and trike area!
Saint Louis Science CenterHave a blast at the Saint Louis Science Center’s Summer Science Blast Summer Camp!
Get ready to takeoff at the Saint Louis Science Center’s Summer Science Blast Camp! Awesome activities include flying a real airplane, building a robot, developing your very own video game and much more! Offering 8 weeks of programming for ages four to sixteen. Half-day, full-day, and flexible extended care options. Visit slsc.org/summer-camps, call 314.289.4439 or email email@example.com for more information.
Andrews Academy Camp ProgramLet your Summer Sizzle at Andrews Academy Summer Camp for ages 3 to 12!
Camp runs June 4th through August 10th.
The half day Preschool Camp Program is designed to give the youngest campers, ages 3 to 5, a fun-filled day of adventures, with the flexibility to choose 2, 3, or 5 days per week.
The School Age Camp Program, Kindergarten through 6th Graders, is a full day program, 6:30a.m. to 6:00p.m., with before and after care provided at no extra charge. Campers choose from a variety of activity packages including Sports, Outdoor Recreation, Arts and Crafts, Performing Arts, Technology, and Science. Daily swimming in our guarded pool and weekly field trips complete your child’s camp experience.
For more information call 314-878-1883 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Paint a masterpiece, enjoy the outdoors, or hit a home run! There’s something for everyone at Camp Westminster, held June 3–28. Half-and full-day summer camps are available for boys and girls, kindergarten through 9th grade. Enthusiastic Westminster teachers and coaches help campers strengthen their God-given interests and abilities in more than 25 different camps, including brand new offerings like Outdoor Adventure, Reader’s Workshop, and Speech Camp! Which Westminster camp will you choose?
Forsyth Summer Discovery
This is a place where kids can try new things, stretch their imaginations, explore, invent, play hard or just play. Last summer, they climbed, rode bikes, played every sport. They spun ghost stories by flashlight in tents, they made snowmen in July, they made a film, they explored the world around them. They built things: catapults, bridges, dioramas, Lego constructions, rockets, recycled art, and more. They sang, told jokes, danced, entertained each other with kid performances. They soaked up simple summer pleasures: popsicles, careening down the slip & slide, pick-up soccer games, lunch outside in the backyard with friends and counselors. They got a taste of an old-fashioned summer.
We have a great camp season in store for 2019 campers. Summer begins here!