Gov. Chris Sununu has given the go-ahead for New Hampshire camps to open in late June. What questions should parents ask before deciding to send their child to camp?
New Hampshire and New England are home to hundreds of amazing summer camps and programs. But sometimes, figuring out how and where to start researching is the hardest part of the planning process.
Check out our our Virtual Summer Camp Expo and browse through more than 100 area camps and programs on your own time and find the perfect fit for your child or children.
Wondering how to prepare your kids for camp this summer?
Don’t forget to check out the March 2020 issue of ParentingNH, available now, which features a special section containing articles and advice for parents, such as how to choose the best summer program, getting ready for camp, preparing kids for the first time away from home, what to pack and more.
Why summer camp?
If your child wants to explore something new or develop an existing interest, summer camps offer a great opportunity to learn in a fun environment. Summer camps also help create memories and friends that will last a lifetime.
What kind of summer camps or programs will be available?
- Adventure and travel camps
- Educational camps
- Arts and crafts cramps
- Performing arts camps
- Science and nature camps
- Dance, gymnastics and movement camps
- Special needs camps
- Day and overnight camps
- Sports, fitness and recreation camps
- Early childhood camps
Find a summer camp below: