Frederick Summer Camps Outreach

Frederick Summer Camps

* We do not endorse or recommend any of the camps listed

YMCA of Frederick Summer Camp

This summer, the YMCA of Frederick County will offer more than 40 camps, including sports, art, humanities, outdoor adventure camps, and many more! Many camps will offer swimming, games, crafts, and character development activities.

Days will be filled with:

  • Fun camp activities to engage brains
  • Opportunities to explore, develop new skills, and try new things
  • Plenty of physical activity and games to keep bodies active
Campers will develop new friendships and have tons of fun in a safe environment that will include:
  • Physical distancing
  • Face mask and hygiene protocols
  • Small group sizes - Camps

Banner School Camp

The Banner School offers camps for children from preschool through 8th grade. They are fun and educational theme-based experiences led by trained staff, many of whom are our own faculty and staff members.

Tree Trekkers

Tree Trekkers Adventure Camp is the ultimate summer adventure camp offering campers the chance to climb on 14 different courses with 7 difficulty levels. Campers have the opportunity to improve their climbing skills and tackle more challenging courses each day. Campers will participate in team building activities, games, educational activities related to camp theme, and climb on the courses for 2-3 hours daily with an encouraging camp counselor to guide their way. Adventure camp encourages person to person communication, outdoor socialization, physical fitness, imagination, a love for nature and so much more.

Frederick County Parks and Recreation

FCPR will offer a variety of summer day camps and courses for kids this year. Program descriptions are listed in their annual Summer Camp Guide.

Urbana Riding Camp

2021 Summer Kids Club will offer weekly full-day programming from 9 am to 4 pm, for 9 weeks from June 21st through August 20th (full weeks before & after July 4th holiday)

Frederick Community College

Frederick Community College welcomes young students to campus and offers a variety of programs to children of all ages.

Bar-T Summer Camp

Bar-T offers a variety of summer camps designed to fit your family’s budget and schedule, along with your child’s interests and personality! The link provides a quick comparison of our camps. We encourage you to dive in a little deeper on the program(s) that look like the right fit for you.

Maryland Ensemble Summer Camp

Although there are still uncertainties related to in person learning, we are currently planning to be back in our space and offering our wildly popular summer theatre camp: FUNCamp 2021. The safety of our campers, staff and artists is of the utmost importance to us and we are putting procedures in place to assure that your young performers will be in good hands at MET. In preparation for a safe in person summer theatre experience we will be following up to date state and local guidelines regarding Covid-19. We are also carefully preparing our space and curriculum, taking into consideration adjustments that may be needed to assure the health and safety of our campers and staff. Due to number limitations and to ensure safety our registrations this summer will be limited to 12 participants per session. Once registration is open you are encouraged to do so early to secure your spot!

Delaplaine Summer Camp

The Delaplaine is offering EIGHT weeks of fun and creative visual arts camps for kids and teens this summer! Choose from more than 30 camps for ages 6–10 and 10–14. Each camp runs Monday–Friday (except Week 3, which is three days, Wednesday–Friday), with two sessions each week, morning (10 am–12 pm) and afternoon (1–3 pm).

Due to health and safety protocols, students may not attend both AM and PM camps in the same week. At this time, only Maryland residents can register for summer camps.

The Delaplaine’s summer camp program is Maryland Department of Health certified. The well-being of the students is our first priority, and we follow COVID-19 prevention health and safety protocols recommended by local, state, and federal agencies. Some of these protocols include: temperature screening upon arrival, face masks worn by campers and staff at all times, physical distancing, and aggressive cleaning regimens.

Boys and Girls Club of Frederick

Boys & Girls Club is very excited to be having a summer camp this year July 5th- August 6th. It will be a little different with a smaller group of children, due to Covid-19 regulations, but we have lots of fun activities planned for the children to enjoy themselves. Giving the children a fun, and safe space physically & emotionally is Club’s mission as always. There is also something new and exciting happening. Club on the Go will be going out in the community, with different activities to reach families that may not be able to attend club. We want everyone to be able to experience Boys & Girls Club of Frederick County!!

Learn more here: Boys and Girls Club Frederick