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3 Summer Camp Spotlights

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It’s time to start thinking about summer camp for your kids. These three Frederick area camps are featured in our 2022 Summer Camp Directory in the February/March issue of Frederick’s Child.

To learn more about local summer camp offerings, be sure to check out our virtual summer camps and activities fair happening from February 24 to April 31 at FredericksChild.com/campfair2022. Follow our Facebook page on the 24th for updates all day long and the chance to win $100.


Camp Eagle at Crestwood Oakes
301-831-6500

Situated on 8 acres in rural Frederick County, Camp Eagle is a coeducational camp for ages 7-12. Camp is open mid-June through August, Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 6 p.m., with an eight-week session. Activities include Red Cross-certified swimming instruction, recreational swimming, tennis lessons, introduction to riding “horsemanship,” canoe familiarization, zip lines and climbing wall, organized sports and games and hiking. Camp for kids ages 5 and 6 is available.

Days End Farm Horse Rescue
301-854-5037; 410-442-1564

Are you ready for the best summer ever? Days End Farm Horse Rescue camp provides youth the chance to spend summer learning from the best teachers, horses! Campers gain an understanding of equine welfare through volunteer service and help staff care for the farm’s horses every day. Campers also enjoy games on horseback and participate in daily lessons all about equines. Participants may also earn service learning hours. Register your child for this camp experience today.

Glenelg Country School
410-531-8600

Glenelg Country School’s day camp, Summer in the Country, has entertained and educated children for more than 30 years. With nearly 100 different camp types, your child will have a summer filled with excitement and fun. Situated on an idyllic, 90-acre wooded campus, campers spend their days in a stunning environment that includes an outdoor swimming pool, tennis courts, playing fields, shaded pathways, air-conditioned classrooms, computer labs, athletic center and pond for scientific study.

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