Summer Camp: Helping Your Kids Have the Best Summer EVER here in Champaign-Urbana!
Thanks to Lodgic Kids Camp for sponsoring our Champaign-Urbana summer camp compilation. Lodgic Kids Camp is a flexible, play-based learning environment of discovery and exploration.
Intentionally designed for today’s on-the-go families who juggle priorities, Lodgic Kids Camp helps families balance what’s important to them by providing come-and-go, drop-in childcare that is safe, fun, and dependable.
It is a high-quality early childhood education experience with a distinct focus on caring for others, social responsibility, and community contribution. For more information call (217) 607-8184, check out the Lodgic Kids Camp website or Facebook.
Welcome to the 2019 Champaign-Urbana Area Summer Camps. If you are looking for quality experiences for your child this summer, you’ve come to the right place. Registration for summer camps is now up and running at many organizations, although some may not have information ready yet. We will keep adding to this guide, so come back often!
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The Champaign Park District offers a variety of camps for children ages 3 through teens! Various Pre-School Camps and Extended Pre-School Camp (ages 3-5): Preschoolers will enjoy indoor and outdoor activities, arts, crafts and storytime (children will take turns bringing snacks). Parents may choose both sessions to create a full day; a different activity will be provided each day.
Day Camps (ages 5-15): These camps will keep your grade-school children active and learning throughout the summer. Inclusion services offered. Different themes include: Leonhard Day Camp, Douglass Day Camp, Creative Kids Day Camp, Champaign-Urbana Special Recreation Summer Day Camp (Age 5-22), Campers Explore Camps, Prairie Farm Barnyard Farm Camp, and Teen Camp.
Dates: Most camps begin the week of May 28 and run through Aug. 10, with a few camps early and late in the season. Typical camp hours are 7:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m.
Parent Comment: Inclusion services available
Ages Served: 5-22
Locations: Douglass Community Center, Leonhard Recreation Center, Springer Cultural Center, Prairie Farm, Spalding Recreation Center, Champaign
Nature Camp has traditional summer camp activities that increase a child’s appreciation for nature, community and the environment. Children are divided into separate camp groups by age and spend their days exploring the outdoors during weekly themed sessions. Leaders guide hands-on discovery, games, crafts, field trips and more. Each camper receives a Nature Day Camp T-shirt. Please dress your child for mess and bring a refillable water bottle daily.
Dates: Week long camp sessions begin June 3 and run through August 2
Ages Served: Preschool Nature Camp 8:00-noon (ages 3-6, must be toilet trained), Nature Day Camp (ages 6-12) 7:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.; extended day camp services available for campers 6 and up from 3:00-5:30 p.m. at an additional cost
Locations: Preschool Nature Camp will meet at Anita Purves Nature Center and Nature Day Camp will be held at Anita Purves Nature Center and Crystal Lake Park, Urbana
The Urbana Park District offers a Summer Arts Camp for Preschoolers and for Youth. Each camper will learn new art terms and techniques and gain valuable friendships. Budding artists focus on the visual and performing arts. Each session will have a virtual art show posted online. Preschool camp is for preschoolers no longer requiring a daily nap. For campers aged 5-12, they will have the opportunity to ride MTD buses for field trips, have open play time at the Phillips Recreation Center playground, and swim up to twice a week. Snack and lunch are provided. Each child receives an Arts Camp T-shirt.
Dates: Week long camp sessions begin June 3 and run through August 2
Ages Served: Preschool Arts Camp is designed for children ages 3-4 and Summer Arts Camp is available for children ages 5-12. Camps run from 7:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. Extended day camp services are available for campers enrolled in either session until 5:30 p.m. for an additional cost.
Location: Phillips Recreation Center, 505 W. Stoughton, Urbana
For more information: website or call (217)-367-1544
Kids will enjoy a variety of fun activities involving sports and games, while making new friends in an active environment. Campers are instructed on a variety of sports activities, participate in competitions, and go on trips. Camp includes two afternoons a week of free swim at the Urbana Indoor Aquatic Center or Crystal Lake Park Family Aquatic Center. Campers ride MTD buses for field trips.
Dates: Week long camp sessions begin June 3 and run through August 16
Ages Served: 6-12
Location: Brookens Gym, 1776 E. Washington, Pod 400 Urbana
The Urbana Park District offers nature camps, Camp FRESH! (Future Responsible Environmental Stewardship Heroes encouraging civil responsibility, animal adventure camps, wild child survival camp, arts camp, school’s out for the summer camp, science camp, construction camp, sports camps, aquatic camp, and more!
Dates: Camp dates and sessions vary according to topic and age of child registered. Many camps have extended hours available at an additional charge.
Ages Served: Preschool – 12 years of age
Location: Varies depending on camp selected
Summer camp at Amara will be a blend of art and yoga in a fun and relaxed environment. All art activities will be open-ended and provide an opportunity for the kids to be themselves without the fear of failure. Kids will learn basic yoga elements through focused breathing, play, storytelling, balance and creative visualization. Sign up for one week or more.
Dates: July 8 – Public Art and Famous Paintings
July 15 – All Kinds of Self Portraits 2D, 3D, 4D
July 22 – Magical Mandalas, Mobiles, and Wands!
July 29 – Build a Fairy House and Fairies to Live in it
Aug. 5 – Sewing, Weaving, and Yarn Art
Parent comment: “My children have attended Amara Yoga & Arts for kids for the second year and they absolutely love the relaxed and fun atmosphere of the studio. During their art classes on Saturday mornings, the children have a chance to freely explore and express their creativity with a variety of media in 2D and 3D. Our son (age 7), who attended more classes than our daughter (age 9) due to schedule availability, brings home a number of very interesting art objects that he creates with the help of the amazing instructors. These are not only functional but very attractive indeed. Yoga and arts help keep him focused on doing something that he truly enjoys. I recommend enrolling your child in the Yoga and Arts for kids at Amara.”
Ages served: 5-12
Location: Vine Street side of Lincoln Square, 300 S. Broadway, Urbana
Class Act Performing Arts Camps allow students ages 5-17 to develop performance skills, confidence and creativity in a fun, supportive environment. Taught by professional theatre and music educators, each camp ends with a showcase or production on the SoDo Theatre stage.
Dates: June 3-August 9
Most camps are one-week, half-day programs (morning or afternoon). Production-oriented camps run for longer sessions. Details on website! Camp options vary by age group and include: Stories on Stage, TeenScenes, Create-a-Film, Create-a-Play, Improv, Audition Skills, Put on a Musical (w/ instructor approval), and more!!! Registration opens March 15. Pay-What-You-Can Plan available for those in need.
Parent Comment: “Class Act IS a class act, from summer camp, to classes, to performances…my family loves this place!!” – Erin Tarr
Ages Served: 5-17
Location: SoDo Theater, 114 S. Neil St., Champaign
Parkland College offers a number of exciting camps to fill your summer days! The best summer ever awaits kids, ages, 8-13, at College for Kids (CFK). This popular two-week, half day sessions, cover a variety of subjects, including robotics, technology, visual and performing arts, math, and science. Parkland College also offers numerous exciting summer camps for youth, ages 10-18, including Girls QUEST Stem Camp, CSI, First Gig Rock and Roll, Drone Camp, Machining and Welding, Land Surveying, Automotive, Collision Repair, and Motorsport. Students will learn something new and explore interests in hands on, interactive camps. Small classes are designed to challenge while having lots of fun and all camps taught by professional educators! Summer registration begins on Feb. 18, 2019. To register, go to www.parkland.edu/ceRegister and search by category Youth and College for Kids.
July 8-18, Monday – Thursday, 12:45-2:45pm and/or 3-5pm
Girls QUEST Camp, Ages 12-15: July 22-25, Monday-Thursday, 9am-3pm
First Gig, Ages 10-17: June 10-14, Monday – Friday, 9am-5pm
Parkland CSI Experience, Ages 14-17, June 17-27, Monday – Thursday, 9am-3:30pm
Drone Camp, Ages 15-18, June 24-27, Monday – Thursday, 9am-12pm
Land Surveying and Mapping with Technology, Ages 14-18: June 10-13, Monday – Thursday 9am-3pm
Automotive Camp, Ages 13-15: June 10-13, Monday – Thursday, 9am-3pm
Automotive Camp, Ages 16-18: June 17-20, Monday – Thursday, 9am-3pm
Motorsport Camp, Ages 16-18: June 24-27, Monday – Thursday, 9am-3pm
Collision Repair Camp, Ages, 14-18, June 24-27, Monday – Thursday, 9am-12pm
Machining and Welding – Industrial Technology Camp, Ages 13-18: June 10-20, July 8-18 and July 22-Aug. 1, Monday – Thursday, 9am-3pm
• My son had a blast and looked forward to the class every day.
• He loved it…and we loved the new friendships he made!
Youth Summer Camps comments:
• Our child traveled from Indianapolis to participate in the program. He learned a lot and thoroughly enjoyed the camp. His first comment on the last day was, “Mom, I have to put this on my calendar for next summer!”
• My son took 3 camps and came out with tons of knowledge.
“We choose KOOP because it gives children space to make their own decisions in a safe and supportive environment.”
June 17-21, June 24-28, July 15-19
8:30-11:30amAcorns Camp (5-7 years)
June 3-Aug 9 (no camp July 1-5)
9am-3pm (Extended Day options available)Adventurers (8-12 years)
June 3-Aug 9 (no camp July 1-5)
9am-3pm (Extended Day options available)
Unique Summer Camps Open To ANY STUDENT in grades 3-12 From ANY SCHOOL! For an experience that will INSPIRE your child well beyond summer, summer camp opportunities are available at Academy High! True to the mission of our school, our summer camps will offer participants connection, creativity, adventure, and fun.
Dates: Session 1: June 17-21; Session II: June 24-28; and Session III: July 22-26
Parent Comment: “My child loved camp last year! We cannot wait for this summer at Academy High.”
Ages Served: Grades 3 – 12
Location: 2302 Fox Drive, Champaign
Through these weeklong enrichment camps, students will have the opportunity to explore themes in Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts and Math. Students will immerse themselves in units of study that foster creativity and discovery-based learning. Their Petta, Zetta, and Yotta camps serve students entering 1st through 3rd grade. In the mornings, campers will spend the week immersed in hands-on and inquiry based programs in our STEAM activities and Makers Lab. Then, in the afternoon they enjoy swimming trips, outdoor activities, or going on field experiences related to the theme being explored. These camps meet for nine weeks during the summer.
Dates: 6/3-6/7, 6/10-6/14, 6/17-6/21, 6/24-6/28, 7/8-7/12, 7/15-7/19, 7/22-7/26, 7/29-8/2, 8/5-8/9
Parent Comment: I have watched my son grow exponentially since his experience at STEAM began. I admire the creativity that his teachers provide as they inspire our son through various science, cultural, mathematical, and artistic projects. His creativity shines and is evident through his actions at home. His interactions and collaboration with other students allow him to grow socially and emotionally. I attribute a lot of his academic abilities and success to our involvement and his interactions and learning environment at STEAM.
Ages Served: Students entering grades 1, 2, or 3 in 2019-2020
Location: 2521 Galen Drive, Champaign
Through these weeklong enrichment camps, students have the opportunity to explore themes in Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts and Math. Participants will immerse themselves in units of study that foster creativity and discovery-based learning. Students entering 4th through 6th grade will participate in an advanced STEAM program that will include comprehensive experiments, opportunities to meet and work with experts in the field of study, and the creation of unique products to take home at the end of the week. These Tera camps meet for three weeks in June.
Dates: 6/3-6/7 Treasure Hunters, 6/10-6/14 Beyond Old McDonald, 6/17-6/21 Turbo Tech 2
Parent Comment: I am the parent of an 11 year old boy that has a wonderful imagination. We have been so grateful for the STEAM Studio program that embraces this imagination and puts it into action! As we pick up our son after STEAM we always ask how his day was and what was his favorite part of the day and more often than not it was the time he spent in STEAM studio. The teachers keep the kids engaged and having fun while learning skills that will help advance them in many aspects of life. I endorse this program wholeheartedly and we are thankful a terrific and safe learning environment like this exists.
Ages Served: Students entering grades 4, 5, or 6 in 2019-2020
Location: 2521 Galen Drive, Champaign
Alumni are invited to bring youth ages 8-13 years old to campus for a 2 day educational experience while spending time together on the University of Illinois and College of ACES campus. Participants will enjoy the college experience living in a residence hall, eating in the dining facilities and participating in educational classes on the College of ACES campus. This program will give you an opportunity to relive and share your college days as well as create new memories with your little Illini. Take advantage of this opportunity to return to campus with your children, grandchildren, nieces or nephews to share in this experience. Registration will open on March 15, 2019 for ACES Alumni and open to all April 15, 2019. Registration deadline May 31, 2019. Registrations taken on a first come, first served basis, until filled. Cost $195.00 per person.
Dates: July 11-12, 2019; Check in July 10, 2019
Parent Comment: “This was a wonderful well planned experience. This was our second year to attend and both years were packed full of fun learning sessions. Thank you for all of the time spent by the leadership in this effort. The staff was very welcoming and friendly. The blow up slide was a fun active energy burner. This evening activity was great. We also enjoyed the observatory. Great experiences that provided lasting memories. THANK YOU.”
“It was educational, enjoyable, and exciting. To watch my Grandkids become so involved and excited with the classes they attended was fulfilling.”
“We were introduced to different areas of the ACES curriculum. Being on campus in this setting allowed for a strong introduction to college life for our grandson. It was a wonderful opportunity to bond with our grandson and show him where I attended college and an opportunity to see the changes within the college where I attended years ago.”
Ages Served: 8-13
Location: 1101 S. Goodwin Ave., Urbana
I-Power’s Gymnastics camps are guaranteed to keep your child active, engaged, and physically fit over the summer! Campers enjoy gymnastics instruction, group games, crafts & activities, and outdoor play.
Dates: Preschool Camps (ages 3-5), runs 8:30 – 11:30 June 3-7 – Paw Patrol, June 10-14 – Beach & Mermaids, June 17-21 – Jojo’s Circus, June 24-28 – PJ Masks, July 8-12 – Superheroes, July 15-19 – Neverland Pirates, July 22-26 – Dinosaur Train, July 29-Aug 2 – Frozen, Aug 5-9 – Lego
Main gym camps (ages 5-14), full day runs 8-5, half day runs 1-5 (*early drop off & late pick up available) June 3-7 half day – Ninja, June 10-14 full day – Marvel Movie, June 17-21 half day – Gymnastics, June 24-28 full day – Ninja, July 8-12 full day – Wacky Water, July 15-19 half day – Ninja, July 22-26 full day – Amazing Races, July 29-Aug 2 half day -Gymnastics, Aug 5-9 full day – Ninja
Parent Comment: I-Power summer camp was an awesome experience for my daughter!! All the staff made her feel so welcome and she has already talked about going again this summer!
Ages Served: 3-14
Location: 215 S. Staley Rd., Champaign
Classes are available in various types of dance and art, taught by experienced teachers and professional artists. There are beautiful landscaped grounds for outdoor activities.
Dates: June 10 to August 2. No activities on July 4.
Mondays through Fridays Full Days: 9:00AM to 4:00PM, Half Days: 9:00AM to 12:00PM or 1:00 to 4:00PM
Early Drop Off: 8:00 AM and Late Pick Up: 5:30 PM
Parent Comment: “My daughter loved UFA’s summer camps! Luciana and her staff provide a nurturing environment for the campers. I also appreciated the flexibility to add late pick-ups when needed.”
Christine des Garennes, Urbana, IL
“Great combination of fun and learning. I would highly recommend this camp. The camps’ hours are quite flexible, too, which is perfect for the summer. ” Valeria Sobol, Urbana, IL
Ages Served: 6 to 12
Location: 2860 S. Philo Road, Suites H and I, Urbana
Dates: Some camps start the week of June 3 and run through July. Dates are specific to the individual camps selected.
Ages Served: 3 – 17. Ages are specific to the individual camps selected.
Location: Homer Lake, Lake of the Woods, Museum of the Grand Prairie, Middle Fork River Forest District, Discovery Garden, Lake of the Woods Golf Course
The University of Illinois Writing Project sponsors writing camps in the summer led by area teachers. Each camp provides an enrichment opportunity for young writers entering grades 1-12. Students explore a variety of genres and share their work with other writers.
Dates: Week 1: July 22-26 (9 a.m. – 3 p.m.), Week 2: July 29-August 3 (9 a.m. – 3 p.m)
Ages Served: Grades 1-12
Location: College of Education, 1310 S. 6th Street, Urbana
Countryside summer camps are open to ANY student from ANY school. Choose from week-long enrichment camps in science, art, sports, fantasy, nature, strategy games, and much more. Many of our most popular camps are returning this year including Archery, Footprints: A Champaign-Urbana Walkabout, Volleyball, Dungeons and Dragons, Bead Craft & Jewelry Making with Polymer Clay. They offer many more new camps too!
Dates: June 3-7, June 10-14, and June 17-21. Camps meet Monday-Friday, 9 a.m. to noon. An early drop off program will be offered beginning at 7:45 a.m. each day.
Parent Comment: “I have one child who likes art, nature, and being creative and one child who prefers math, science, and computers. I love that both can attend the Countryside camps because they can select from a variety of camps offered based on their interests.” – mother of a 3nd and 6th grader
Ages Served: Entering Kindergarten – 9th grade
Location: 4301 W. Kirby Ave., Champaign
The Illinois Physical Activity and Life Skills Wellness Program (iPALS), formerly known as the Sport Fitness Program, is a youth development initiative that will focus on (a) physical activity, (b) academic enrichment, (c) nutrition and wellness education, and (d) social and emotional learning. It will take place on the University of Illinois Campus. Participants will have three registration options: (a) first four weeks, (b) last four weeks, or (c) all eight weeks. Four weeks will cost $600 and the full eight weeks will cost $1,200. That comes out to $150 per week or $30 per day.
Dates: The program will run for eight weeks, June 3rd through August 2nd (no camp the week of July 4). Sessions will run from Monday through Friday from 8:00 AM to 3:00 PM
Parent Comment: The camp provided our child new and exciting opportunities stay active and engaged physically, mentally, and socially. They came home happy, tired, and excited for the next day.
Ages Served: 7-13
Location: University of Illinois Activities and Campus Recreation (ARC), 201 E. Peabody Dr., Champaign
C4A: Community Center for the Arts
C4A is a summer place for quality day camps for kids, workshops for teens, and classes for adults. Their programs are taught by professional musicians and performing arts specialists with the goal of fostering imagination and creativity while you learn in a fun environment! Their focus areas are: music, performing arts, construction, role playing, history, team building, and leadership skills.
Dates: Day Camps: All day camps run 9 am to 3 pm, with early drop-off option. June 10-14: Variety Theater, June 17-21: Let’s Sing!, June 24-28: Build Your Own Board Game!, July 8-12: Fool’s Camp: Life of a Court Jester, July 15-19: Playing With Piano!, July 22-26: Dungeons & Dragons, August 5-9: Spin, Juggle, & Flow
Weekly workshops for grade school-high school: Summer String Festival: Wednesdays, 9am to noon. May 29-Aug 14., Bow-Dacious String Band: Sundays, 4 to 6pm, June 2-July 21., Summer Strummers: Wednesdays, 5:30 to 7:00pm, June 5-July 31
Workshops just for teens: Build Your Own Playable Electric Guitar. July 15-19: 3 to 6 pm., African Drumming: Thursdays, 5:30-6:30pm. June 6-August 8.
Workshops for adults & upper teens: Guitar from Scratch, Tuesdays, 5:30-6:30pm. Sessions through June-July., Violin from Scratch, Tuesdays, 5:30-6:30pm, sessions June-August.
Parent Comment: “My kids ran down the sidewalk to get to camp each day!” “Good job of making camp fun. My child looked forward to the chance to express her creativity!” Adult participant: “I really appreciate the opportunity learn from you and play with everyone in class. It is one of the highlights of my week; we have a really great group!”
Ages Served: 6-18 and adults
Location: 202 W. Main St, Urbana
Uni High Summer Enrichment Camp offers a wide variety of classes taught by school faculty and students that are engaging to all campers! With courses ranging from creative writing to acting to aerospace engineering and even courses with field trips around campus, there is something for everyone! University Laboratory High School supports diversity and welcomes students from all backgrounds and ethnicities, including those from populations typically underrepresented at the university/college level.
Dates: June 3rd-7th and June 10th-14th, 2019 (9 a.m. to 3 p.m.). Campers can attend one or both weeks.
Parent Comment: Uni Summer Camp is a fantastic way for Central Illinois students and parents to learn if University Laboratory High School is a public high school option for them. The summer camp for students entering grades 5, 6, and 7 offers a great introduction to the warm, creative, diverse, fun and academically rigorous culture of Uni. If your child is bright, self-directed, self-motivated, insatiably curious about everything and enjoys being around other kids who are also, you should seriously consider checking out the summer camp. Our African American family was introduced to Uni when our son attended the camp for rising 5th graders, and he attended camp every summer until he was accepted and began attending as a student in 8th grade. Our son has always flourished in settings of academic rigor, first the Champaign Pubic Schools elementary gifted program, then in the honors curriculum in middle school. The Uni camp offers a mix of curriculum from the creative arts to the scientific, from the mathematical to the literary. Staffed with Uni faculty and upper-class students, you truly get a sense of the character and vibe of school’s academic and social environment. Don’t hesitate to look because you don’t know – check it out! CloLeeta A. Simpson
Ages Served: Rising 5-7th graders
Location: 1212 W Springfield Ave., Urbana
The Orpheum Children’s Science Museum will be hosting 7 weeks of summer camps where each week has both a science and technology focused camp. All camps run 9am-3pm, involve hands on activities, play in the museum, and have extended care options available to parents. The Orpheum Children’s Science Museum is also proud to bring back their “Life as an Astronaut” camp based on programming provided by NASA which is the only camp for 6th-8th grades.
Dates: June 10th – 14th : Master Builders and Robotics
June 17th – 21st: Outdoor Science and Programming
June 24th – 28th: Astronaut Adventure and Robotics
July 8th – 12th: Geology Rocks! and Robotics
July 15th – 19th: Creative Science and Programming
July 22nd – 26th: Engineering FUNdamentals and Robotics
July 29th – August 2nd: Mad Scientist and Life as an Astronaut
Parent Comment: “Our son decided your camps are his favorite out of all he has been too. He’s already excited for next year so we’ll be signing him up for all that we can!”
Ages Served: Kindergarten – 8th grade
Location: 346 North Neil Street, Champaign
This 8-Week Summer Speed School will focus on speed, agility, flexibility, and conditioning. Participants will learn the correct mechanics of acceleration, top speed running, and change of direction; along with the improvements to the body’s total conditioning, this training will increase the athlete’s performance on the field of play.
Dates: June 10 – August 1, 2019 | Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays.
Parent Comment: ” These camps have benefited my kids physically as well as mental outlets and a boost for their self-esteem, as they improved on their athletic abilities. These are priceless benefits to me as a mother, to see my children improve on their skills as well as improving their overall health. As my son got in better shape he improved his overall performance in football and this has helped him to feel better about himself. It has also lead him to focus at school because he feels better about himself and wants to keep moving forward with football. The same is true for my daughter she is happier as she gets in better shape and becomes better in volleyball. As a mother of two teenagers I am so grateful for Project Athletes. ” – Theresa McDaniel, Parent
Ages Served: 11- 18
Location: Zahnd Park, 2502 S. Staley Rd., Champaign
At Timber Pointe Outdoor Center, children with and without disabilities enjoy the magic of camp right alongside each other. The beautiful 160-acre facility is located on Lake Bloomington, just outside of Hudson, llinois. Designed to offer specialized, inclusive, and adapted programming to meet the needs of individual campers, TPOC provides a unique resource for the Central Illinois community. They offer day camp, overnight camps, and respite weekends.
Dates: Day camps are offered the weeks of June 3rd, 17th, 24th, July 1st, 8th, 15th and 29th. Overnight camps are offered the week of June 30th, July 14th July 28th. The week of June 30th – July 5th is Camp Illini Lodge, which is ONLY for campers from Champaign County.
Parent Comment: Knowing that my child is going to be able to enjoy a traditional summer camp experience while being surrounded by people who accept him is the best feeling. Camp week is the best week of my child’s year.
Ages Served: 5-65
Location: 20 Timber Pointe Lane, Hudson IL
These week-long camps are perfect for any child who wants to explore gymnastics in a safe and fun environment! All levels of gymnastics ability are welcome. Children will have an opportunity to learn gymnastics skills on all of the Olympic events, as well as participate in confidence-building games and themed crafts. The week will include a unique guest or activity every Friday!
Dates: June 3rd – June 7th, June 10th – June 14th, June 17th- June 21st, June 24th – June 28th, July 1st, July 2nd, July 3rd (Daily only), July 15th – July 19th, July 22nd – July 26th, July 29th – August 2nd, August 5th – August 9th, August 12th, August 13th, August 14th (Daily only)
Parent Comment: We love CGA summer camps! The coaches are very engaging and keep the kids busy!
Ages Served: 4-entering 7th grade
Location: 219 S. Mattis Avenue, Champaign