compiled by Emily Hollwedel and Kym Byrnes


June 17-Aug. 23, Pre-K through eighth grade; grades ninth-11th “Counselor in Training” (CIT) option. Extended-day camps at locations in Eldersburg and Westminster. Weekly price includes extended day costs for 7 a.m.-6 p.m. Early-bird specials and discounts available. (Start date dependent on CCPS and inclement weather days.)

Eldersburg Location

ABC CARE Eldersburg Adventure Camp

Swimming field trips once a week to Pearlstone Conference & Retreat Center in Upperco. Weekly adventure field trips for roller skating, ice skating or bowling. Weekly themes, hiking, nature activities, fishing, pedal boats, sports, STEM activities, arts and crafts, sign language and clubs. Lunch available for purchase on Friday.
Piney Run Park (Pavilions 4 and 6), 30 Martz Road, Eldersburg.

South Westminster Location

ABC CARE Deer Park Adventure Camp

Weekly swimming field trip to Pearlstone Conference & Retreat Center in Upperco. Weekly adventure field trips for roller skating, ice skating or bowling. Weekly themes, hiking, nature activities, sign language, sports, arts and crafts, and STEM activities. Lunch available for purchase on Friday.
Deer Park United Methodist Church, 2205 Sykesville Road, Westminster.

ABC CARE Fierce Fabulous Friday Trips

Grades fourth-eighth & CITs, with limited enrollment. Specific field trip locations for select Fridays may include Urban Air, Adventure Park USA, Climb Zone, and Hickory Falls. Fun day of team-building activities and adventure. Fierce Fabulous Friday Trip enrollment available at both locations.


June 24-Aug. 16. Summer Camps for ages two through fourteen. A wide variety of activities, including sports, ropes and challenge course, arts and crafts, boating, nature center, theater and much more. Campers five and older swim twice a day. The younger campers enjoy the playground, splash pad, music and Tarbut (Jewish culture). Sixty acres of outdoor fun.
400 Delight Meadows Road, Reisterstown, 410-517-3451,

Adventure Camp

Grades fifth through eighth. Hands-on program that includes fire building, knife skills, climbing rappelling towers, caring for animals, constructing a campsite, preparing and cooking food, riding ziplines and camping out under the stars.

Art Camp

Grades third through eighth. Ceramics, copper enameling, jewelry making, mosaics, macramé, papier-mâché, quilling, stitchery and more.

Kinder Camp

Ages four through entering kindergarten. Provides many of the same activities as the Lower Camp, such as sports, swimming, and art, but with an abbreviated day to accommodate younger campers.

Lower Camp-Day Camp

Pre-K to fourth grade. Art, singing, Tarbut, swim lessons, sports, dance, splash pad, boating, nature center and much more.

LT Program

Leadership Training for teens entering ninth and 10th grades. Program consists of developing skills and attitudes necessary for becoming a counselor or instructor.

Nursery Camp

Ages two, three and four. Program includes structured activities such as physical education, water play with water tables and sprinklers, story time, arts and crafts, singing, nature and Friday Kabbalat Shabbat.

Travel Camp

Grades fifth and sixth, seventh and eighth. Four-day-a-week program taking daily field trips visiting amusement parks, water parks, laser tag, baseball games and more.

Upper Camp-Senior Camp

Grades fifth through eighth. Archery tag, survival skills, ropes course, arts, sports, boating, nature. Daily swimming instruction. Senior campers participate in special events such as a color war, talent show, field trips and carnival.

Varsity Sports

Grades fourth through eighth. Skill building, competitive play and fun. Football, baseball, golf, soccer, tennis and more led by Baseball Warehouse.


Weekly from June 20-Aug. 25. Regular camp hours are 9 a.m.-5 p.m. with before and after hours available. Ages 6-13. Weekly themes, includes a weekly field trip, arts, sports, STEM, leadership, video game competitions, etc. Lunch/snacks included (subject to change). $30 registration fee; $135/week (fees subject to change).
Information: 71 E. Main St., Westminster, 410-386-0135,



June 24-Aug. 16. Carroll Community College tradition for children and youth ages 5 to 15. Choose from the nearly 100 full-day (8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.) and half-day (8:30 a.m.-noon and 1-4:30 p.m.) formats. Select a morning and an afternoon to make a full day of fun! These camps are recognized for engaging children and youth in various educational enrichment topics, from art and creativity to science and technology, in a small group environment. Most camps have a 1-to-8 adult-to-camper ratio. Camp instructors, many of whom are professional educators, will continue to lead the camps as they have for the past 19 years.
1601 Washington Rd., Westminster; 410-386-8000;


4-H Clover Fun Days Camp

Youth ages 5-7 as of Jan. 1 at the Carroll County Extension Office, 700 Agriculture Center Dr., Westminster. Scholarship assistance is available. Contact before April 30 for an application.

Residential Camp

The Carroll County 4-H Residential Camp emphasizes making new friends, trying new things and learning to live and work as a group. Taking place at Hashawha Environmental Center, activities may include hiking, seining, fishing, recreational sports and games, movie night, crafts, educational classes, outdoor cooking and archery. Pool time is scheduled each day, weather permitting. The traditional campfire with s’mores is a highlight of the week and a chance for campers to plan and perform group songs, skits and cheers. Younger Residential Camp: June 24-27, $300, ages 8-11 as of Jan. 1; Older Residential Camp: July 8-12, $325, ages 10-16 as of Jan. 1.


Various offerings from June through August. Camps explore the arts from theatre to arts and crafts projects. All camps will be held in-person at the Carroll Arts Center. Each camp will be tailored for a specific age range and interest. More details will soon be available online. Registration opens March 1. CCAC members receive a 10% discount on all classes and camps. Multi-student discounts are available. Tuition assistance is available through the Tom Holder Memorial Scholarship Fund.
91 W. Main St., Westminster; 410-848-7272;


6300 Georgetown Blvd, #105, Sykesville, 410-795-3255,

Space Adventure Camp

July 22-26, Ages 5 ½ -10, 9 a.m.-4 p.m., $310. Space, the final frontier … get ready to explore, adventure and unlock your imagination by dancing and moving your body, making crafts and playing games with our space-themed activities. Dancers and children new to dance are welcome. For boys and girls. Bring a sack lunch. Morning and afternoon snacks provided.

Summer Dance Camp

July 29-Aug. 2, Ages 6-12, 9 a.m.-5:30 p.m., $350. Children experience a wide variety of dance forms daily, including ballet, jazz and more. They design and create fabulous costumes and scenery and practice the fundamentals of stage makeup. Families are invited to attend a performance held at the end of the week. In addition to dancing, children play games, run through the sprinkler and have a wonderful time. For boys and girls. Dancers bring their own lunch. Morning and afternoon snacks are provided. Previous dance experience recommended.

Under the Sea Camp

July 8-12, Ages 5 ½-10, 9 a.m.-4 p.m., $310. Dolphins, sharks, and sea stars galore … learn about the secrets of the ocean deep. Spend each day dancing and moving your body, making crafts and playing games with our Under the Sea-themed activities. Dancers and children new to dance are welcome. For boys and girls. Bring a sack lunch. Morning and afternoon snack provided.


Offers many camp opportunities throughout the summer months to keep youth and teen minds and bodies active. A complete list and details can be found on the Carroll County Department of Recreation & Parks registration website. The department’s camp guide and listings are available on the registration site in early February.
Information: 410-386-2103;


500 South Center St., Westminster, 800-654-4645 or 410-386-3880,

Farm Camp: Farming Around the World

June 24-28 and July 8-12
For rising second through sixth graders. Farm Camp lets campers experience what living off the land is like around the world as they learn about new cultures by taking care of animals, cooking, gardening and more.

Living History Camp: Cooking Through the Ages

July 22-26
For rising second through sixth graders. Living History Camp allows campers to explore food and fun throughout the ages as they try their hand at different recipes and cooking methods used hundreds even thousands of years ago!

Living History Camp: Exploring 1800-2000

Aug. 5-9
For rising second through sixth graders. Living History Camp is an immersive experience for campers to learn about life throughout the decades by exploring what music was popular, what people wore, who was famous, how they kept busy and much more.


Tentatively scheduled for June 17-Aug. 23. Early registration (by May 17) is $185 per camper per week with a $20 sibling discount. Regular registration is $225 per camper per week. $5/day deposit required. Price includes dropoff as early as 7:30 a.m. and pick up as late as 5:30 p.m., hot lunch and an afternoon snack. Campers play sports including all day-soccer, lacrosse, field hockey, basketball, volleyball and flag football.
515 Old Westminster Pike, Westminster; 410-857-5098 or 443-952-7668;


Coppermine 4 Seasons offers a variety of specialty sports camps, half-day and full-day at the 4 Seasons location. Camps include field hockey, volleyball, basketball, soccer and lacrosse. Campers can bring a packed lunch and bring or purchase snacks.

Coppermine 4 Seasons: 2710 Hampstead Mexico Rd., Hampstead; 410-239-3366
Coppermine Cascade Park: 2844 Snydersburg Rd., Hampstead; 410-239-3366;

Dance Camp (Coppermine 4 Seasons)

Offered five different weeks from June 17-Aug. 16, ages 5-11. $315 perweek. Before- and after-care available. Join Mackenzie Seifert with North Carroll Dance as your child discovers the world of dance in a fun and creative way. Children will work on developing balance and coordination, making new friends and discovering a love for dance. Children will learn creative expression, participate in fun games, create dance-themed arts and crafts and enjoy some swim time as they explore dance in a positive, uplifting environment.

Explorers (Coppermine Cascade Park)

June 3-Aug. 30, 9 a.m.-4 p.m., ages 8-9. $320 per week. Explorers will participate in sports, swimming, hiking, archery, obstacle courses and team building with a weekly field trip for roller-skating, trampoline jumping, arcades and laser tag. Themed days (Ninja Warrior, Minecraft and Shaving Cream Battles) along with other fun and silly adventures await. Before- and after-care are available.

Jr. Counselor Camp (Coppermine Cascade Park)

June 3-Aug. 30, 9 a.m.-4 p.m., ages 14 and 15. $215 per week. Coppermine’s Jr. Counselor Camp is an excellent way for teens to get hands-on experience in a supervised setting as they learn from experienced child development leaders. Campers will work directly with senior counselors and staff, demonstrating character development skills and leadership while providing enthusiasm as they assist younger campers each day. To be accepted for the Jr. Counselor program, individuals must complete an online application.

Mini Miners (Coppermine Cascade Park)

June 3-Aug. 30, 9 a.m.-4 p.m., ages 4-5. $305 per week. Young campers will have a blast with highly trained staff in engaging age-appropriate games, arts and crafts, sports, swimming, nature walking, themed activities (Everyone’s Birthday, Backwards Day and Dinosaur Invasion), splash pad, inflatables and much more. Before- and after-care are available.

Scouts (Coppermine Cascade Park)

June 3-Aug. 30, 9 a.m.-4 p.m., ages 6-7. $305 per week. Scouts participate in various activities that will engage them all summer long. Campers will participate in age-appropriate games, arts and crafts, sport lead-up games, swimming, hiking, themed activities (Mario Kart Day, Spy Day and Learn Magic), splash pad, inflatables and more.Before- and after-care are available.

Sports Camps (Coppermine 4 Seasons)

Multiple individual sports camps are offered throughout the summer. These sports include girls lacrosse, field hockey, basketball, volleyball, flag football, soccer, and pickleball. Visit for pricing and dates.

Teen Camp (Coppermine Cascade Park)

June 17-Aug. 16, ages 12-14. $415 per week. Before- and after-care available. An off-site fun-filled day camp designed for teens offers all activities led by on-site facilitators. Campers will attend daily field trips that include amusement and water parks, ninja warrior and climbing courses, and high-energy activities such as laser tag and water tubing. No two weeks are the same.

Trailblazers (Coppermine Cascade Park)

June 3-Aug. 30, 9 a.m.-4 p.m., ages 10-11. $335 per week. Trailblazers are experienced and ready to have fun. Campers will spend their summer engaging in sports, games, team building, obstacle courses, archery, shelter building and swimming with occasional roller-skating trips to Sportsman’s Hall. They’ll also enjoy themed activities (Olympics, Game Show and Minute to Win It) and one field trip per week (Hickory Falls, Laser Tag and Dave and Busters). Before- and after-care are available.

Ultimate Sports Camps (Coppermine Cascade Park)

June 17-Aug. 16, 9 a.m.-4 p.m., ages 6-11. $315 per week. Ultimate Sports Camp gives campers the opportunity to engage in high-energy games that reinforce skill fundamentals, sportsmanship, teamwork and dedication while developing an all-around athlete. Camp will feature age-appropriate instruction in baseball, basketball, soccer, flag football, Capture the Flag and kickball. All campers will have daily swim time. Before- and after-care available.


June 17-21, July 15-19 and Aug. 18-23, ages 5 to 12, camp runs from 9 a.m.-3 p.m.

Before- and after-care available. Early-bird rate: $450 per week; regular rate: $485 per week. Early-bird rate expires after April 30.

Campers will discover the wonderful world of horses and farm life with daily riding, horse care lessons, crafts, nature hikes, games and more. Campers learn about breeds, markings, tack, barn management, horse health, horse care and riding safety. Children will also participate in water games, such as relay races, slip-and-slide and more on hot summer days. All camp participants need to bring their own lunch in a cooler and a water bottle. Campers must have long pants and hard-soled shoes with a heel to ride, but they may bring a change of clothes and wear shorts during the non-riding portion of the day. (No open-toed shoes are permitted at any point during the day.) Riding groups are formed by age and previous riding experience so that everyone gets the most out of the daily lessons.
4326 Louisville Road, Finksburg; 410-795-8371;


June 14 – Aug. 30. Enroll for individual days, full weeks or the summer. Open 7 a.m.-6 p.m., Monday-Friday. Ages include all children who have completed kindergarten through age 12. Field trips, entertaining visitors and shows, arts and crafts, theme weeks and sports. Morning and afternoon snacks are provided; lunch is provided by the parents. The rate is the same every day; families may choose as many or as few days as they wish.
6300 Goddard Park Dr., Eldersburg; 410-549-8822;;


2 College Hill, Westminster; 410-848-7000;

Bill Pilat’s Goalie School

June 17-19
For ages 10-18. Bill Pilat’s The Goalie School in Maryland for girls offers the most innovative curriculum for goalies wishing to improve their skills. Individual analysis, extensive videotaping of each goalie and new methods of teaching techniques and footwork are all elements of The Goalie School.

Common Ground on the Hill Traditions Week & Festival

June 24-28, July 7-12 and July 13 (festival)
For teens to adults. In-depth courses in art, dance, various musical instruments and genres, film, writing, songwriting, spoken word, literary arts and a broad range of discussion courses are offered, as well as evening art lectures, concerts, dances and jams. College credit is also available. All skill levels are welcome. 

Green Terror Basketball Camp Boys Day Camp

June 14-17
For ages 7-17. The camp teaches the basic fundamentals of basketball that may be applied individually and in a team setting. Teamwork will be stressed. The camp is directed by Kevin Curley, men’s head basketball coach at McDaniel. McDaniel men’s basketball players work as coaches and counselors to ensure that each camper receives quality individual instruction.

Green Terror Men’s Soccer Camp

July 8-10
For ages 11-19. Directed by McDaniel men’s head soccer coach Steve Corrieri, this camp invites players to participate in technical and tactical training sessions to experience competitive play and develop their skills.

Green Terror Summer Youth Baseball Day Camp

July 15-19
Day camp for second through eighth graders. Campers will be instructed on swing balance, throwing mechanics, baserunning, sliding, bunting, fielding and hitting drills. 

Green Terror Women’s Soccer ID Camp

June 8 and July 21
For ages 14-19. This camp is designed for players to improve technical skills and play in small-sided and full-field environments to get a feel for the college level of play. The camp is directed by Sandy Lagana Bly, head women’s soccer coach at McDaniel, and assisted by current McDaniel women’s soccer staff and players.

M-AD Harmony College East

June 13-15
Some of the top vocal and performance coaches across the United States and Canada provide classes and coaching for individual singers, quartets as a group, choruses and directors and prospective directors of barbershop singing.

Maryland Boys State

June 16-22
This program of the American Legion is for boys who have completed their junior year of high school. Boys participate in numerous activities, including legislative sessions, court proceedings, law enforcement presentations, assemblies, bands, chorus and recreational programs. Participants who complete the full Boys State Program and are admitted to McDaniel College will automatically be considered for a $10,000 annual merit scholarship. Participants also have the option to receive two college credits by attending the camp. A companion program for girls, Girls State, is offered from June 16-21 at Salisbury University in Salisbury, Maryland.
Information for both programs is available at

National Kicking Camp

June 28-30
Open to all levels of kickers, punters and long snappers. Players will be in groups according to their present level of skill and experience; each player will receive individual attention.

Nike Boys Lacrosse Camp at McDaniel College

June 24-27
High school and youth skill camp for boys ages 9-18. Players receive emphasis on fundamentals, position training, drills and scrimmages. Longtime Nike camp director Rich Levi directs the camp.

Nike Field Hocky Camp at McDaniel College

June 21-23
For ages 11-18. The camp prepares players at any skill level, providing the chance to master the fundamentals and develop proper mechanics through a mix of drills, games and competitive play. The camp is directed by McDaniel field hockey coach Kati Nearhouse. 

Nike Girls Basketball Camp

June 28-30
For ages 8-17. A high-energy youth basketball camp focused on fundamentals, individual skill development and improvement of overall basketball IQ. Campers participate in skill work, shooting clinics, competitions, small-sided games and more. Camp is staffed by McDaniel women’s basketball coaches and players. Players will be split into groups based on age and playing experience; all levels of experience are welcome. Overnight and day camp options available.

Nike Girls Lacrosse Camp at McDaniel College

July 15-17
High school and youth skill camp for girls ages 9-18. Players receive emphasis on fundamentals, position training, drills and scrimmages. Longtime Nike camp director and McDaniel head women’s lacrosse coach Kristin Ramey directs the camp.

Nike Girls Soccer Camp at McDaniel College

July 18-21
Day camp for ages 8-18. This camp is designed to provide players with the support to improve technically and tactically with individual and small group training, plus full-field matches. The camp is directed by Sandy Lagana Bly, head women’s soccer coach at McDaniel College, and assisted by McDaniel women’s soccer staff and players.

Nike Volleyball Camp at McDaniel College

July 22-24
For ages 12-18. This day camp offers All Skills and Position Specialty programs, designed to help players fine-tune their skills through drills and competitive play. The camp is directed by McDaniel women’s head volleyball coach Jennifer Feldmann and assisted by current McDaniel volleyball assistant coaches and players. 

Point Guard College

Session 1: June 18-22, Session 2: June 24-28, Session 3: July 1-5, Session 4: July 9-13, Session 5: July 16-20 For high school students entering grades 9-12. This basketball camp helps players develop the skills and habits to become the smartest players on the floor. Sessions are limited to 80-120 players with a 12-to-1 player-to-coach ratio.

Soccer Academy (Adults)

June 28-July 2
Soccer Academy’s Adult Camps are offered to individual players or groups ages 21 and older. These popular camps offer adult players the opportunity to develop their technical and tactical performance. Adult players of all levels are welcome.


June 17-Aug. 23. Camp themes include Amazing Adventures, Doll Camp, Around the World, Art, Carnival, Cheer Camp, CIT (Counselor in Training), Dance, DIY, Fairy Tale, Jedi Training, Junior Zookeeper, Little Picasso, Mini Splashers, Mini Sports, Outdoor Adventure, Secret Agent Spy, Splash and Swim, Sports and More, Superhero, Survivor, Weird Science and more. Merritt Summer Camps are in session from Monday through Friday, 9 a.m.-4 p.m., with before-care from 7:30 a.m.-9 a.m. and after-care from 4-6 p.m. Half-day camps vary by location but are separated into sections, 9 a.m.-noon or 1-4 p.m.
1388 Progress Way, Eldersburg; 410-549-8855;


Monday through Friday, June 17-Aug. 16, 9 a.m.- 4 p.m., before- and after-care available at additional cost. A full-day summer camp for students entering kindergarten through grade eight. Campers experience a fun theme each week as they participate in arts and crafts, outdoor activities, free play, hands-on learning experiences and academic review to prevent the “summer slide.”
401 Stone Rd., Westminster; 410-386-0655;


Weekly summer day camps are offered for ages 4-6 and 7-10 at River Valley Ranch’s (RVR) Mountain View campus. This coed program runs Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m., from June 17-Aug. 9 and features engaging large group rallies, climbing towers, inflatables, swimming, games, crafts, playground and more.
2145 E. Deep Run Rd., Manchester; 443-712-1010;

Fort Roller Overnight Camp

Featuring several different programs for ages 7-12, these weeklong overnight camps run Sunday afternoon to Friday afternoon from June to August at RVR’s beautiful 500-acre campus at 4443 Grave Run Rd. in Manchester. Fort-themed accommodations (bunkhouses, Conestoga wagons and teepees) excite the imagination as kids participate in specially planned events, games, rallies, free time, swimming and more each week! Several programs offer participants the opportunity to experience RVR’s renowned zipline and adventure elements, horses or paintball as well.
More information and preview videos are available at

Frontier Town

For ages 13-17, these weeklong teen overnight camps run Sunday afternoon to Friday afternoon from June to August at RVR’s beautiful 500-acre campus at 4443 Grave Run Rd. in Manchester. Being unplugged for a week has never been more exciting. Campers enroll in either Classic or Adventure programs with dorms and activities unique to both, but they still enjoy many meals, daily meetings and activities all together. You can expect camp staples like gaga ball, gym time, snack shop, free time and crafts, as well as the opportunity to experience RVR’s renowned zipline, horses, bubble ball, archery tag, paintball and more.
Information and preview videos available at


July through August, ages 3-teen, girls and boys. Themed weekly dance camps, workshops and evening classes. Camps and workshops are offered as half and full days. Classes and workshops include ballet, pointe, tap, jazz, lyrical, modern, hip-hop, musical theatre and ACRO. Snacks provided during camps and workshops. Check Facebook, @tamigeesdance, for updated summer schedules in early May.
3000 Gamber Road, Suite #7, Finksburg; 410-861-8385;


The Y in Westminster (Hill), 1719 Sykesville Rd., Westminster; 410-848-3660;

CIT Leadership Program

Available for teens entering ninth and 10th grades. Counselor in Training (CIT) programs are designed to help teens develop leadership, character and the skills needed to work with youth. Hours in this program will be recognized for service hours that may be required for high school graduation.

Day Camps

Available for children entering kindergarten through sixth grades. Every day is filled with fun as campers make memories and friendships to last a lifetime. Activities may include swimming, science fun, sports and games, crafts, journaling, archery and more. Activities vary by camp location.

Overnight Camps

Available for children entering third through 10th grades. When children are away from home, they learn how to trust themselves more as they expand their horizons and find their sense of wonder and adventure. Enjoy campfires and smores, outdoor pools, dance parties, archery, hiking, nature studies and more. Overnight camp is available at Camp Hashawha in Carroll County and Camp Puh’tok in the Pines (for children entering second through 11th grades) in Monkton, Baltimore County.

Specialty Camps

For children entering first through sixth grades. Specialty camps give campers the opportunity to spend their camp day doing what they love most. Camp options include Mad Scientist, Paint and Pottery, Spy School, Li’l Chefs, Art Mix, Fun-gineering, Pickleball, Soccer and more.

Teen Adventure Camps

For teens entering seventh through ninth grades. Teens enjoy adventures each week as they travel off-site three to four days a week to destinations with activities such as laser tag, mini golf, ice cream factories, water parks and more. Teens will also explore workforce skill-building such as resume writing, financial literacy and more. Rates include trips, transportation and admission fees.

Y Camp

June 17-Aug. 16, 9 a.m.- 4 p.m., with free morning and/or afternoon extended camp hours at all camp locations (from 7-9 a.m. and 4-6 p.m.). Dates may vary by camp location. Y Camp in Carroll County includes Camp Hashawha Overnight Camp and Y Camp at the Hill Y in Westminster. Camps are coed. Various options are available for campers entering pre-K through grade 10. Cost varies by camp location and program. If your family needs help paying for camp, Y Open Doors Savings may be able to help lower your rate by up to 75%. Work or play outside of Carroll County? Y Camp is available across central Maryland at 14 camp locations.
Find a Y Camp near you at


Young Life camping is full of high adventure, crazy fun and incredible food, while promising to be an amazing week. Teens (and families and adults) are treated to resort-quality facilities as they escape from the pressures of everyday life, have fun with friends and their Young Life leaders and hear the message of God’s love in terms they can understand. Young Life camping this summer promises to be filled with lasting memories and life-changing moments.
Information is available at

Note: The camps, activities and programs included here may not include all options that are open to the public and based in Carroll County. These listings include organizations which responded to an inquiry by the publication deadline. This list does not represent referrals or recommendations. It is compiled for informational purposes only. Please check with the organizations for more information as camp details may change after press time.