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Summer Camp Guide 2021

Written by County Lines Magazine

Our Summer Camp Guide will help you keep your kids energized and engaged all summer long.

Centreville-Layton School

6201 Kennett Pk., Centreville, DE


June 28–July 30

Their PreK–8th grade program is designed to reinforce academics, with an optional afternoon program focused on recreational activities including swimming. The 9th–12th grade program offers a choice of small group support or a program designed to broaden students’ reading and social comprehension. Visit their website for more information.


Upland Country Day School

420 W. Street Rd., Kennett Square


June 14–18; 26; July 2; July 5–9; 12–16; 19–23; 26–30

Aug. 2–6; 9–13; 16–20; 23–27

Upland is offering weekly camps for children entering kindergarten through 6th grade. Campers will experience the thrill of JP’s Treehouse, the adventure of the Upland Woods and the excitement of building in the IDEA Center every day. They pledge to offer a happy, healthy and safe camp experience committing to the learning and growth that occurs with play, collaboration and imagination. Watch your child bloom once again.


Jr. 76ers Camps

Locations throughout PA, NJ & DE



Looking to improve your game? At Jr. 76ers Day and Overnight Camps, players ages 7–17 learn the fundamentals from an experienced staff, along with present and past 76ers players and coaches. Campers practice the drills the pros use on a daily basis and develop key techniques on and off the court, by learning cutting edge skills in a safe, positive and fun environment.

Enrollment will be limited. Each camp session will follow Health & Safety Guidelines, which resulted in a successful Summer 2020 with zero COVID cases. Learn more on their website or follow on Facebook and Instagram.


Delaware Museum of Natural History Camps

Winterthur Museum, Library, and Garden

Brown Horticulture Learning Center

5105 Kennett Pk., Wilmington


Completed K–2nd Grade: June 28–August 20

Completed 3rd–5th Grade: July 12–August 20

Enjoy a variety of science and nature-themed camps at Winterthur while DMNH’s building is closed for renovations. Through play, exploration and science led by Delaware Museum of Natural History staff, campers will discover the dynamic ecosystems and natural wonders among Winterthur’s beautiful landscapes.

Camp Geronimo


The Barn at Spring Brook Farm

360 Locust Grove Rd., West Chester


June 14–18; June 28; July 2; July 26–30; August 2–6

Camp Geronimo is a summer day camp providing children with disabilities, ages 6–12, the opportunity to meet new friends, engage in animal-assisted activities designed to build communication and sensory integration skills, and more. Set on 17 beautiful acres at The Barn at Spring Brook Farm and featuring a one-to-one counselor to camper ratio and on-site registered nurse. Contact Annie Kozicki for more information.