Whether it's a day, overnight or specialty camp, Metro Parent's advertising partners have options for every child to experience the best summer ever.
In a world of digital relationships, summer camps provide an increasingly important place for kids to connect face-to-face – plus sharpen some of life's soft skills.
High schoolers interested in camps that focus on engineering, technology, design, business, science and more: Look no further than Lawrence Tech.
Girls ages 5-16 can get a feel for farm living at this overnight camp that specializes in horseback riding.
Service-oriented summer experiences are becoming increasingly popular. What should parents know about getting their kids started with local community service camps?
From overnight summer camps in Michigan and outdoor immersion programs for teens to day camps for tykes, discover top options that span the state.
Kids who have a parent who has cancer find fun programming and friendship with kids who understand their situation at Camp Kesem by the University of Michigan.
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