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2020 Summer Camp Guide

summer camp guide

It took months for it to finally feel like winter, but it’s that time of year when moms need to start thinking about summer plans. Wait, what!? Yup, any experienced mom knows that in order to stay sane during summer break you need to put those kiddos in camp! We know how frustrating it can be, so we’ve put together our second annual Summer Camp Guide. We hope that this guide provides the information that you need to plan a fun and stress-free summer. This guide features programming options in Westchester County and surrounding areas. Please support our sponsors.


Virtual Tech Camps are the perfect, home-based option for students ages 7-19 seeking the collaborative spirit of our on-campus programs. Structured, weeklong sessions with 2 hours of live instruction per day + 2 hours of self-paced project development. Curriculum in Python, Java, Minecraft, Roblox, AI, Unreal Engine, Adobe, 3D modeling, and more. 5 students max per instructor, blending personalized learning and team interaction. Save $100 with code TOGETHER as long as social distancing is in effect. 


With the use of the Masters School and Mercy College, Oasis in Dobbs Ferry provides a traditional camp experience with a variety of activities that allow kids to learn new ways to express their individuality, leadership, and creativity. Swim, sports, arts, nature, enrichment, and travel, they have it all! Programming for children ages 3 to 15 from June 29 to August 21.


A classic New England sleepaway camp for boys and girls ages 6-16 located on Birch Hill in the Lakes Region of New Hampshire at the entrance to the white mountains. Birch Hill is a place where campers create personalized schedules based on their interests. With a focus on fun, regimentation is avoided, and the atmosphere is natural and friendly. The directors are mindful of the physical and general well-being of campers. The program is based on activity with the health of every camper carefully safeguarded. At Birch Hill, directors do everything possible so that you may send your child away for the summer, knowing that health, safety, and comfort will be provided.


The Katonah Art Center has become Northern Westchester’s go-to hub for artistic learning. With classes for all ages and levels, KAC is known for its warm, supportive environment. KAC is now located at 40 Radio Circle Drive in Mt. Kisco, the hub of Northern Westchester County! Their newly renovated space features tons of parking, bigger painting studios, a sunny kids studio, a digital art studio, and a specialty studio for glass, metal, and writing.


Mention Westchester County Moms Blog and receive a free trial class (for new students only).


Artistree Performing Arts is a performing arts studio offering classes​ in acting, singing, dance, music, and film. Camp Artistree 2020 offers various themed camps – half-day, full-day, week-long, and month-long – throughout the entire summer! Located in Mamaroneck, New York​, the focus of Artistree’s instruction is to enhance the techniques required in all disciplines of theater and the arts. They strive to foster a community where students can build their confidence and establish friendships in a supportive, fun, and nurturing environment. 
Register by 4/1/2020 and receive $50 off one week of camp using the code WCMB.


SummerTech is a dream community for your techie, featuring the most comprehensive computer science courses taught in a 3:1 ratio. Join them for a week or more, day or overnight, and your camper will immerse themselves into a world of learning and fun with their home-grown staff leading the way. Since 2002, SummerTech has been the gold standard of summer technology programs. NO edutainment, NO sponsored software, NO self-guided courses. Just pure computer science taught in small, conversational groups by qualified, caring instructors. Flexible drop-off and pickup as late as 9 p.m., meals included, and surprises at every turn. Have fun, learn something with them this summer!
Recieve $50 off each week with the code WCMB.


This summer, Camp Hillard will be celebrating its 92nd summer. Started in the summer of 1929, The Libman family has continued to own and operate Westchester’s first day camp. Its tradition of excellence spans four generations of single-family ownership. The Libman family has been providing children with active, safe, and memorable summers. Impeccably maintained and constantly improved, Camp Hillard offers a complete program that uniquely combines spirit, tradition, and fun with first-class modern facilities. Located in the Edgemont section of Scarsdale, their location makes an easy ride for campers anywhere in Westchester County and the Metropolitan area. Your child’s best summer is just ahead!


Breezemont Day Camp has a culture that is special and unique. They consider their staff, campers, and their families to all be a part of the family. Their mission is to provide a safe and enriching environment that allows campers to play, learn, and grow. They foster independence and self-confidence by giving campers the tools to maximize their potential. They offer an unplugged environment to create authentic relationships and friendships. They employ skilled professional staff that coach and mentor campers to help them to be the best that they can be. They take extreme pride in what they do and celebrate each individual with genuine kindness and respect.

Want to be a part of our 2020 Summer Camp Guide?

We want to show our readers all the great summer camp options available in the Westchester County area. Partnering with us allows your business greater visibility with a large targeted market of local families. Email Lelia at [email protected] to get started!

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