Camps + Classes in Metro Detroit and Ann Arbor

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    For children growing up in Michigan, learning to swim is a must, and when families want to give their children top-notch lessons in water safety and swim techniques, they turn to Aqua-Tots Swim Schools. Founded in 1991, Aqua-Tots Swim Schools offers classes for students as young as 4 months old Read more [...]

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    Camp: When school’s out, camp’s on at BHC! Our state-licensed day camps are not only convenient for busy parents, they are fun for your kids! Our school break camps are safe, supervised, and filled with activities like games, sports, swimming, crafts and more. Summer Camps (members and nonmembers): Summer is Read more [...]

  • Looking for a great camp along the shores of a great lake? The Catholic Youth Organization offers a traditional summer camp opportunity for kids and families – with an infusion of the Catholic faith – along the shores of Lake Huron. “Every summer, we have a theme and this summer’s Read more [...]

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    For more than 100 years, Cranbrook Schools has offered students enriching summer experiences, hosted on its historic campus, through a variety of day camp programs for children from pre-kindergarten through high school. The summer camp experience is an important one for children, says Weston Outlaw, the director of Cranbrook’s special Read more [...]

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    The graceful ballerina. The energetic jazz dancer. The shuffle-stepping tapper. It doesn’t matter what kind of dance your child is interested in learning, there are plenty of opportunities available for any dancer at Eisenhower Dance Detroit. Eisenhower Dance Detroit – which is a dance school, professional performance company and nonprofit Read more [...]

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    Families looking for a variety of day camp opportunities can find them at the Franklin Athletic Club. Located in Southfield, the Franklin Athletic Club has been offering camps for kids of all ages for more than three decades. “Most of our camps are super flexible,” says Lori Allmacher, program director Read more [...]

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    A total of 24,521. That’s how many acres of land the Huron-Clinton Metroparks here in southeast Michigan fill. And, of those acres, 2,334 are nature areas, 14,761 are for recreation and nearly 600 are used for farming. The Huron-Clinton Metroparks also have a combined 58 miles of hiking and biking Read more [...]

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    Lawrence Technological University Academic Summer Camps for Incoming High School Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors LTU’s Marburger STEM Center offers stimulating academic camps for students interested in engineering, technology, design and science. Expert professors will introduce you to the latest innovations in modern labs and studios on Lawrence Tech’s Southfield campus. Read more [...]

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    Whether a child has dyslexia, is on the autism spectrum, or has other learning challenges, it can be difficult to read, comprehend, and learn math skills. In an effort to help children reach their full potential, Pat Lindamood and Nanci Bell founded Lindamood-Bell learning centers in 1986. Since its founding, Read more [...]

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    Families looking for a unique setting for their child’s summer camp need look no further than the MSU Extension Tollgate Farm and Education Center. This working farm, which boasts 11 sheep, eight goats, four horses, sits on 160 acres in Novi, Michigan. Tollgate camp provides youth ages 6-19 the opportunity Read more [...]

  • Every weekend during the summer months, Cass Lake is a hotspot for boaters, swimmers, kayakers and more. But during the week, this popular Oakland County lake is the prime location for kids ages 6-18 to set sail as part of the Pontiac Junior Sailing Club. This decades-old sailing program, which Read more [...]

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    Since 1915, YMCA Camp Copneconic – located on 700 acres in Fenton – has provided campers as young as age 4 enriching summer experiences and memories that last a lifetime. Through those positive camp experiences, children can foster new relationships, learn new skills and even embark on a bit of Read more [...]

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