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Summer Camps in Delaware County, PA



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Briarwood Day Camp
 
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508 Askin Rd, Wayne, Pennsylvania
Beautifully secluded Briarwoods 30 acres feature open fields, 3 swimming pools, a lake, art, nature, 2 rock walls, a zip line & so much...
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Archery, Arts and Crafts, Boating, Challenge/Rope Courses, Counselor...
Malvern Day Camp
 
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20 Creek Rd, Glen Mills, Pennsylvania
Activities: Archery, Challenge/Rope Courses, Ceramics/Pottery, Climbing/Rappelling, Counselor Training (CIT), Kayaking, Performing...
Oneka
 
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10 Oakford Rd, Wayne, Pennsylvania
Sparkling Pocono Mountain Lake, traditional all-around program, skill instruction- aquatics, sports, sailing, drama, arts, nurturing, caring staff & atmosphere.
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Archery, Arts and Crafts, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Drama,...
Camp Fernwood
 
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6035 Goshen Rd, Newtown Square, Pennsylvania
Friendly & welcoming. Great staff. Strong instructional program. Land & water, team & individual sports, arts & trips.
Activities: Archery, Canoeing, Ceramics/Pottery, Field Trips, Horseback Riding (English), Performing Arts,...
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Parents often feel child-sick when youth leave for camp. Most youth development professionals warn against calling too much because it can make the kid homesick. Camp directors often suggest that families write children letters. Waiting a week before calling to check in can also relieve the parent and the child’s anxiety. Adults can even tell their children that they will wait a week before calling. Sending a care package is a great way for parents to show they care and to help youth with homesickness. Some camps have visiting days where parents can come and see youth. It is important...

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