Baltimore County Sailing Center
Programs available for ages 6–18, focusing on fundamentals of sailing, fishing and seamanship.
For preschool through 10th grade, including day camp, sports camp, art camp, travel camps, survival camp, STEAM and more.
BIG Baltimore Improv Group
Kids in grades 3–12 will learn the basics of improv and improve self-confidence. Camp concludes with a special performance for family and friends.
Bricks 4 Kidz-Towson
Using LEGO Bricks, children ages 5–13-plus expand creativity and discover engineering, architecture and more.
For girls and boys ages 3–17, a wide range of programs include science, art, drama, dance, pet camps and more.
Two four-week sessions offered for children ages 3 1/2 through eighth grade. Activities include swimming, STEM, arts and crafts, team-building, trips and more.
Day camp for ages 4–12. Activities include age-appropriate activities: natural trails, water activities, sports, crafts and much more.
CCBC Summer Learning Adventures
Enrichment classes for children ages 7–17 including culinary arts, academics, wellness, performing arts and more.
Performing arts programs including acting, dance, circus arts and theater production for grades 1–7.
Charm City Players: Imagination 101
Children ages 7–16 attend two two-week sessions and become a part of the musical theater world culminating in a performance of Willy Wonka Jr. (session 1) and Mary Poppins Jr. (session 2).
Programs for children ages 3–14, including music, dance, sports, theater, adventure and more.
Earth Treks Climbing Centers
Indoor climbing day camp, outdoor rock adventures and building self-esteem. Ages 3–13.
ESF Camps/Gilman School
More than 60 activities for ages 3–15-plus from June to August including specialty camps, tech camps, sports camps, minicamps and more.
Grades K–12 enjoy creative dramatics, playmaking and specialized skill building.
Co-ed camp ages 3 and up. Choose from full-day, morning, afternoon, evening, overnight and weekend options. Arts, science, horses, sports and more.
Irvine Nature Center
Ages 2–12 can enjoy nature walks, games, crafts and animal encounters while exploring the Caves Valley woodlands.
JCC of Greater Baltimore
Preschoolers through teens can participate in 11 different camp options including art, STEM, swimming, tennis, karate and hiking trails.
Ladew Topiary Gardens
Combining art and nature, children ages 2–15 can enjoy a fun and educational experience. Low teacher-to-camper ratio.
Girls and boys will enjoy a camp program that combines academic, creative, cultural and physical pursuits including chess, science, cooking, photography and performing arts.
Maryland Science Center
Enjoy full or half days with science-focused camp activities for children ages 4–13.
McDonogh Summer Programs
This 800-acre campus provides more than 80 day camps, sports clinics, arts and educational programs and overnight camps. Olympic-sized pool, fine arts center and more.
Merritt Athletic Clubs
Variety of half-day and full-day offerings in a fun, safe environment.
MICA – Maryland Institute College of Art
Fine arts and design for grades K–12. Preparation courses for serious young artists. Includes illustration, sculpture, portraiture and more.
Music & Imagination Summer Day Camp
Age 6–12 will explore and expand their love of music, July 15–19; activities include puppet musicals, folk dancing, singing games and outdoor activities.
Padonia Park Child Centers
Day-adventure camp including zip lines, outdoor course, wall-climbing for ages 5–13. Additional activities include drama, swimming, creative arts, music and more.
Park Camps/Park School of Baltimore
For ages 3.5–16, enjoy camps such as Sports & Games, STEAM, Minecraft and Nature & Tinkering.
Private and group music instruction; Early Childhood music and young children’s dance classes. Allegro Strings for young violinists, viola students and cellists. Chamber Week for intermediate-advanced strings; Peabody Piano Week for piano students from junior high through college age; Summer Guitar Intensive guitarists of all abilities; and more.
Roland Park Country School – Red Hot Summer
Mix and match to customize a camp experience including cooking, STEM, performing arts, creativity, fun and games and sports for ages 3–5 or 6–18.
School of Rock Baltimore
Rock music classes for children who play guitar, bass, keyboard, drums and vocals.
Stages Music Arts
Ages 9–18, multiple programs: Learn, perform and produce music.
Summer at the St. Paul’s Schools
Boys and girls ages 5–18 participate in a ropes course, cooking, 3D printing, soccer, STEAM, Little Veterinary School and more.
The Dance Conservatory at the St. Paul’s Schools
Half-day workshops, full-day intensives and evening classes. Dancers will improve strength, technique and flexibility. Styles included but not limited to ballet, tap, pointe, hip-hop, contemporary, modern and Pilates.
Summer at Friends
Day camps for girls and boys ages 4–13. Fine arts, creative technology, camps for teenagers. Flexible scheduling.
Summer Camp at The Odyssey School
Reading, art, creative writing with afternoons at Coppermine Fieldhouse. Children entering 1st grade through 8th grade.
STEM camps for ages 6–8, 9–11 and 12-plus. Projects include robotics, drones, virtual reality, 3D printing and more.
The Walters Art Museum
Children in grades 1–5 will explore the Walters art collection and learn how to create masterpieces of their own.
The Y in Central Maryland
Day camps, add-ons, overnight camps. Art, science, swim, sports, including rock wall.
Gifted education program for 4-year-olds through those entering fifth grade. Providing enrichment for children of exceptional intellectual ability.
UMBC Summer Day Camp
Co-ed camp for ages 6–13 including age-appropriate sports, games, arts and crafts, fitness and dance, movie Fridays and more.