Check out our 2022 Summer Camp Directory Spotlights and 5 More Camps to Love for a closer look at some of the region’s camp offerings this summer. Here are five more day camps, academic camps and specialty camps to discover.
If your child wants more variety this summer, check out J Camps and Y Camp, which provide activities covering a wide range of interests from sports and swimming to art, culinary and science, engineering, technology and math (STEM) curriculum.
Summer Learning Adventure Camps zeroes in on STEM, with the addition of art. Summer enrichment includes academic classes, fitness and wellness, performing arts, self-development and visual arts.
Parks Camps have several specialty camps including its Taste the Nation Cooking & Culture Camp, based off of Padma Lakshmi’s show “Taste the Nation.” Campers will watch episodes and cook recipes from the spotlighted cuisines. The show highlights food cultures of immigrant groups that have shaped America’s tastes.
The Painting Workshop is a good fit for a child who wants to hone their art skills this summer. Take part in the classic camp, which includes paintings, projects, and arts & crafts that vary by week or specialty camps that focus on topics such as art around the world.
For a closer look at more of the region’s summer camps, register at baltimoreschild.com/campfair2022 for the Summer Camps & Activities Fair from noon to 3 p.m. on Saturday, March 5, at Towson Town Center, 825 Dulaney Valley Road.
Specialty: J Day Camp, sports, culinary, arts, STEM, tennis and more
Visit the JCC website for more information about camp programs.
Summer Learning Adventures Camps
Specialty: Academic STEAM classes
7201 Rossville Blvd., BESS124
Essex, MD 21237
Summer location: Catonsville, Essex, Owings Mills campuses
The Painting Workshop
Specialty: Art camp
1605 Sulgrave Ave.
Baltimore, MD 21209
Specialty: Art, science, swimming, sports
Weinberg Family Center Y
900 E. 33rd St.
Baltimore, MD 21218