website introduction：Educational summer camps across the U.S. teaching subjects such as computer programming, digital video production, and robotics.
website introduction：Secure, user-friendly, customizable web-based camp management program. User testimonials, features, FAQ, and contact information.
website introduction：Camp Communicator and Campwise, web-based camp management software. Features, technical requirements, and contact information.
website introduction：Community of camp professionals working to preserve, promote, and improve the camp experience. Offers knowledge, resources, and networking for camp staff and searchable database of accredited camps for parents.
website introduction：CampBrain software and database services for the camping community. Features, screen shots, pricing, references, and trial version.
website introduction：A resource site for camp songs, activities, games submitted by camp staff members.
website introduction：Directory of camps and summer experiences.
website introduction：For children entering K through 7th grade. Campers choose activities and parents may buy any number of days and use them anytime. Held in Mill Valley at Tamalpais Valley School. Includes activities, rates, photos, video clips, and staff bios.
website introduction：A non-profit organization consisting of 5 wilderness schools and 2 urban centers offering adventure based, experiential education summer programs for teens.
website introduction：Three-week residential, co-educational, summer program for academically talented students in grades 1-11. Program blends college-level courses and traditional summer camp activities. Held at selected colleges, universities, and prep schools in the northeastern United States. Courses, campuses, tuitions, and application form.
website introduction：Summer camp directory for traditional residential summer camps in the United States and Canada. Also lists wilderness programs that spend little time at base camp.
website introduction：A five-day program with activities including simulated space shuttle missions, training simulators, and lectures on space exploration.
website introduction：Hands-on science camps for girls and boys ages 5 to 11. Held at over 50 locations throughout the state. Program details, FAQ, schedules, fees, and contact information.
website introduction：List of numerous camps in the Minnesota area. Provides links to several camps.
website introduction：Camp Ahmek for boys and Camp Wapomeo for girls. Offers wilderness canoe tripping and traditional in-camp programs.
website introduction：Academic summer camps for students in grades 4 to 12, offering SAT prep, computers, acting, public speaking, and college courses on campuses including Stanford, Berkeley, and UCLA. Includes course details and registration information.
website introduction：Pre-college enrichment programs for high school students at 7 universities; summer enrichment experience for students completing grades 6, 7, or 8 using Skills for Mind and Body Curriculum; 3 to 6-week tours of the US, Canada, and Europe for grades 7-12. FAQ and registration forms. [Flash required]
website introduction：National series of college soccer camps, college baseball showcases, and hockey clinics that emphasize both skill development and sports psychology.
website introduction：Offers biking, hiking, leadership, language, writing, service and field studies programs domestically and abroad for students in 4th through 12th grade.
website introduction：Their interactive camp search assists in locating a summer camp based upon the specific criteria desired.
website introduction：Services for directors, staff, and parents. Offers website design, search directory, vendors, and job database.
website introduction：Teaches learning and life skills in four program levels for all types of students from grade 4 to 12+. Offers a balance of outdoor activities and academic studies. Campus locations, dates, tuition, program details, and FAQ.
website introduction：Day and residential programs for kids ages 8 to 17, including programming, web design, game design, digital photography, and recreation. Held in Lake Forest, Illinois; Waltham, Massachusetts; and Atlanta, Georgia.
website introduction：Offers adventure expeditions, community service learning programs, and international language study programs to young people ages 13-19, throughout the United States and abroad.
website introduction：Offering the Jewish community summer camping and year round programs for children, families and adults of all ages.