Summer Camps

Connecticut Summer Camps

CT Children’s Summer Camps – Adventure Camps

Best friends, campfire songs, s’mores and ghost stories… Just a few of the things that make summer camp in Connecticut an experience sure to bring a lifetime of fond memories. There’s nothing like a stay at a Connecticut summer camp, whether in the country or on the coast, to help focus and invigorate the mind and body.

Connecticut summer camps serve children from all over the world. They offer a wide variety of programs, facilities, staffing, and outstanding opportunities to develop new skills, make new friends, and experience the quality of life in Connecticut. Discover New Hampshire Summer Camps! Ask us about CT Summer Camp or share your experiences. To feature your Connecticut Summer Camp or Adventure Camp, contact us.

CT Summer Camps & Adventure Camps

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Exploration Summer Programs
932 Washington Street
PO Box 368
Norwood, MA 02062
Ph: 781-762-7400
Fax: 781-762-7425
Programs feature ungraded courses, activities, athletics, and trips, all geared towards helping students discover themselves and the joy of learning.

Spirit Sports Camp
40 Bulls Bridge Road
South Kent, CT 06785
Ph: 866-711-1186 (Off Season)
Ph: 860-927-3539 
A sports camp where girls build character, self-esteem and confidence through perseverance, teamwork and goal setting.

Incarnation Camp
PO Box 577
253 Bushy Hill Rd.
Ivoryton, CT 06442
Ph: 860-767-0848
Ph: 860-767-8432 
Incarnation Camp is the country’s oldest co-ed camp. Since 1886, they have provided a fun-filled, traditional camp with experiential learning and group living in the outdoors.

Delaware Outdoor Adventure Center
390 Winchester Road
Winsted, CT 06098
Summer Ph: 860-379-6517
Winter Ph: 860-354-6542
DOAC is an ACA Accredited Resident and Day summer camp in Winsted, CT, offering co-ed programs from performing arts to high-ropes for children ages 5-16.

Girl Scouts of Connecticut
340 Washington Street
Hartford, CT 06106
Ph: 860-522-0163
Girl Scouts wouldn’t be Girl Scouts without the great outdoors. We make the fresh-air experience educational as well as fun with summer camp that combine activities ranging from arts to sports. 

Trailmark Expeditions
9 Brookside Place
West Redding, CT 06896
Ph: 203-544-0555
Trailmark Expeditions takes participants on 1-3 week adventures and community service trips throughout New England, Colorado, Washington, California, Utah and Wyoming.

Buck’s Rock Performing & Creative Arts Camp
59 Buck’s Rock Road
New Milford, CT 06776
Ph: 860-354-5030
We are a low-key, non-competitive haven where artists ages 11-17 (and now 9-10 year olds too) are free to choose their own projects and activities. Under towering oak and maple trees, our campers discover their passions, find their voice, and experience the exhilaration of endeavor and accomplishment.

Camp Horizons
127 Babcock Hill Rd,
South Windham, CT 06266
Ph: 860-456-1032
Camp Horizons is a private, non-profit agency providing high quality residential, recreational, and support for people who are developmentally disabled or who have other social or emotional needs. 

Campus Kids-Connecticut
P.O. Box 941
Middlebury, CT 06762
Ph: 203-596-6190
Campus Kids is the “best of both worlds” — sleep-away camp during the week AND home with the family on weekends. Transportation provided.

YMCA Camp Woodstock
42 Camp Road
Woodstock Valley, CT 06282
Ph: 800-782-2344
Like any fine camp, Woodstock offers a wide variety of programs in a beautiful setting. What sets us apart is the Woodstock Spirit of Friendship. Kids come to YMCA Camp Woodstock to have fun and make friends.

National Computer Camps, Inc.
P.O. Box 585
Orange, Connecticut, 06477
Ph: 203-795-9667
The focus at NCC is 2D and 3D video game design, computer programming, digital video production, web page design, A+ and Network+ certification and software applications including networking, animation, Flash and graphics.

Middlesex County Camp
P.O. Box 687
298 East Haddam-Moodus Road
Moodus, CT 06469
Ph: 860-873-2294
The weekly co-educational camping experience is offered to youth ages 8-15. Day Camp and Counselor-In-Training Programs also offered. Activities include: aquatics, archery, arts and crafts, music, dramatics, dance, horsemanship, sports, outdoor education, ropes course, climbing wall, hiking, outpost camping.

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