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SHEBOYGAN COUNTY — This summer more-so than any before, you may be looking for engaging activities to keep your kids entertained and from going even more stir crazy.

To aid in your planning, check out this listing of summer camp options being offered this summer across Sheboygan County.

Bookworm Gardens

Friends in the Gardens — June 21-23 or Aug. 3-5

Details: Experience the Gardens' colors and flavors, explore objects and celebrate nature.

Ages: 3 years of age by June 1

Cost: Members $80, Non-members $90

Registration: bookwormgardens.org

Music and Melodies in Nature — June 14-18

Details: A week-long celebration inspired by music and nature with songs, instruments and dancing along with garden exploration and art activities.

Ages: Preschool (entering 4K)

Cost: Members $160, Non-members $180

Registration: bookwormgardens.org

Creative Creatures and Co. — July 19-23

Details: Explore the Gardens through the eyes of animals and meet critters of all sizes by reading stories, investigating homes and making art inspired by animals of all types.

Ages: Preschool (entering 4K)

Cost: Members $160, Non-members $180

Registration: bookwormgardens.org

Wondrous Wanderers — July 12-16

Details: Explore a new destination in the Gardens each morning.

Ages: Entering second through fifth grades

Cost: Members $160, Non-members $180

Registration: bookwormgardens.org

Camp Evelyn

Details: Camp Evelyn is designed specifically to help Girl Scouts experience outdoors activities, but is also open to other community groups as well. Activities include swimming, games, hiking and more. 

Registration: gsmanitou.org

Camp Evergreen

Summer camp — Mid-June through mid-August

Details: Each five-day session is divided into specific age groups with activities including swimming, arts and crafts and campfires with a field trip planned for each session. Learn more here.

Day service — Year-round

Details: Daily services are offered from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday throughout the year for all ages. Programs are designed to meet the individual needs. Learn more here.

Weekend Respite — Late August through early may

Details: Campers of all ages can enjoy weekends at camp to hang out with friends, do arts and crafts, watch movies, play games and enjoy time away from home. Learn more here.

Camp Y-Koda

To see the full brochure of summer camp activities, visit sheboygancountyymca.org.

Day Camp — Ages 6-13

Campers are placed in groups with similarly aged children and "sample" different events including archery, boating, climbing wall, fishing, fort building, nature studies and more. The Day Camp activity schedule changes each week from June 14 through Aug. 27.

Pee Wee Camps — Ages 4-5

  • Week 1 (June 14-18): Merry Unbirthday Party Camp
  • Week 2 (June 21-25): Little Chef Camp
  • Week 3 (June 28-July 2): Radical Reptiles Camp
  • Week 4 (July 5-9): Lil Athlete Camp
  • Week 5 (July 12-16): Splish Splash Camp
  • Week 6 (July 19-23): Ooey Gooey Creations Camp
  • Week 7 (July 26-30): Bugs, Bugs, Bugs! Camp
  • Week 8 (Aug. 2-6): Beach Bash Camp
  • Week 9 (Aug. 9-13): Mini Artist Camp
  • Week 10 (Aug. 16-20): Under the Sea Camp
  • Week 11 (Aug. 23-27): Let's Go Camping Camp

Specialty Camps — See descriptions here

Ages 5-8

  • Great Unbirthday Camp: Ages 5-8, Week 8
  • Mermaids and Tritons Camp: Ages 5-7, Week 2
  • Neverland Camp: Ages 5-8, Week 4
  • Amazing Animals Camp: Ages 6-8, Week 3
  • Asteroids and Orbits Camp: Ages 6-8, Week 5
  • Bedazzled Camp: Ages 6-8, Week 10
  • Buggin' Out Camp: Ages 6-8, Week 1
  • Hook, Link and Sinker Camp: Ages 6-8, Week 9
  • Jurassic Island Adventure Camp: Ages 6-8, Week 2
  • Kiwi Creations Camp: Ages 6-8, Week 2
  • Little Ninjas Camp: Ages 6-8, Week 10
  • Mad Scientist Camp: Ages 6-8, Week 9
  • Mini All-Week Pool Party: Ages 6-8, Week 4
  • Mini Arts and Crafts Camp: Ages 6-8, Week 5
  • Mini Super Sports Camp: Ages 6-8, Week 8
  • Mini Survivor Camp: Ages 6-8, Week 7
  • Mini Wet N' Wild Camp: Ages 6-8, Weeks 6 and 11
  • Slimy Arty Party Camp: Ages 6-8, Week 3
  • Timber Play Camp: Ages 6-8, Week 1

Ages 7-14

  • Archery Basics Camp: Ages 7-9, Week 6
  • Boots and Saddles Camp I: Ages 7-10, Weeks 1, 6, 7 and 9
  • Boots and Saddles Camp II: Ages 11-14, Weeks 2 and 8
  • Color Wars Camp: Ages 8-12: Week 7
  • High Ropes Camp: Ages 9-14, Weeks 2 and 11
  • Junior Kayak Camp: Ages 8-10, Week 4
  • Advanced Fishing Camp: Ages 9-12, Week 7
  • BB Gun Camp: Ages 9-12, Week 9
  • Blast from the Past Camp: Ages 9-12, Week 1
  • Bullseye Camp: Ages 9-12, Week 8
  • Carpenter's Apprentice Camp: Ages 9-12, Week 3
  • Glamping Camp: Ages 9-12, Week 5
  • Kiwi Creations II Camp: Ages 8-10, Week 10
  • Mid-Summer Mania Camp: Ages 9-12, Week 6
  • Ninja Warrior Camp: Ages 9-12, Week 5
  • Parkour Camp: Ages 9-12: Week 1
  • Safari Camp: Ages 9-12, Week 2
  • Season Finale Camp: Ages 9-12, Week 11
  • Summer Olympic Games Camp: Ages 9-12, Week 3
  • Tenting It Camp: Ages 9-12, Week 8
  • Twisted Sports Camp: Ages 9-12, Week 10
  • Wet N' Wild Camp: Ages 9-12, Week 9

Ages 12-16

  • Choose Your Own Adventure Camp: Week 4, Ages 12-16
  • Road America Racing Camp: Ages 12-16, Week 5
  • Thrill Seekers Camp: Ages 12-16, Week 9

Sheboygan County 4-H camps

Base Camp — July 11-15

Details: The five-day, four-night camp will be held at Upham Woods in the Wisconsin Dells.

Ages: 8-12 years old

Registration: Online at Sheboygan.extension.wisc.edu

Outpost Camp — July 22-25

Ages: Grades 7 and up

Details: Space is limited for the camp, which will be held at Wyalusing State Park and include activities like hiking, swimming and exploring the Mississippi River.

Registration: Online at Sheboygan.extension.wisc.edu

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