Kids with Tourette's syndrome or other tic disorders enjoy a summer camp experience in a safe and supportive environment at MichTic Camp.
From baseball and soccer to tennis and golf, there's sure to be a summer sports camp to suit your young athlete's interests.
Don't feel bad for waiting until the last minute! Several local summer camps for kids are happy to accommodate drop-in campers for summer 2018.
Experience the great outdoors and learn about the wonders of nature at these southeast Michigan nature centers in Metro Parent's 2018-19 guide.
It doesn't matter if you're a horse expert or novice – these horseback riding places in metro Detroit and beyond have camps, lessons and more for all ages and experience levels.
Spotlight on several southeast Michigan groups that give special children an active outlet, positive social experiences – and much more.
Looking for a great place to cool off while enjoying membership perks? Check out these private swim clubs in Oakland, Macomb, Wayne and Washtenaw counties.
Christina Li has been recognized for creating a coding camp for middle school girls called Hello World. Here, she talks about her passion and future.
This Canton day camp gives kids with special needs the chance to experience different camp activities three days per week at Summit on the Park.
Discover some classic outdoor kids camps, both overnight and some day options, that great quintessential summer fun for children.
If your child plans to attend camp this summer, he or she is going to be flexing those DIY muscles. Get a start with some camp-worthy crafts here.
From assessing children's interests to scoping out security and asking lots of questions, here are six solid ways to find enrichment that's the right fit.
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