Looking for a dynamic summer experience for your child? Check out Park Camps offered by The Park School of Baltimore!

Sessions for 2022 begin June 27 offering a two-week Park Leadership Development Camp, various one-and two-week focused camps,  and Park’s day camps — Cubs, Bears, and Bruins — from June 27 thru July 29. 

Through Park’s Leadership Development camp, campers ages 12–15 will receive extensive training in childcare, including discovering fun games and activities to do with kids, what to do in an emergency, and even tips on how to get a babysitting job. Participants will gain hands-on experience working with young children at Park Camps. During the second week of the camp, campers will have the opportunity to apply their training from the previous week by directly working with campers in the mornings. In the afternoons, campers will be asked to process their experience with each other and a lead instructor. Through this experience, campers will learn to become stronger leaders. 

Park’s Day Camps — Cubs, Bears, and Bruins welcomes children ages 3 ½–12 for an exciting summer full of adventures. Campers are grouped by age into “dens,” which allows our staff to adjust activities to suit the interests and needs of individual campers, who enjoy a variety of activities on Park’s beautiful 100-acre campus, both indoors and out. 

Park Camps 2022

Park Camps is also offering the following one- and two-week focused camps: Taste the Nation Cooking & Culture Camp (Session 1: July 5-8, Session 1: July 11-15), Creative Writing & Nature Fun Camp (July 11-22), and Bruins TTRPG (tabletop role playing games, such as Dungeons and Dragons) Camp (July 11-15).   

In addition to excellent camp leaders and counselors, Park faculty and activity guests enrich the camp experience by offering workshops in a variety of special programs, including sports and games; nature exploration; and music and movement.

 To view their themes and learn more about their programs, visit their website.


Editor’s Note: This camp spotlight is sponsored by The Park School of Baltimore.