It either brings back happy memories or horrid shutters. Now, as experienced camper parents, we want our kids to have a positive summer camp experience…otherwise it’s going to be a looooooooooong summer. And who wants to listen to that kind of whining when the sun is shining? (The kids are at camp, we’ve got better things to do!!)
The best way to ensure a positive experience is to do your homework. Find out what your child is interested in, what they would like in a camp and do lots of visits to ensure a good fit (for both the child and your wallet). Camps aren’t what they used to be. You have sports camps, educational camps, arts camps, computer camps, religious based camps, theater camps, overnight camps and your good old fashioned day camp.
We’ve attached a list of some great summer camps in the area. Thoughts/recommendations are always welcome. Good luck!
Summer20CampGuide (taken from Macaroni Kid West Morris)