The summer season brings the need for child care for many families, especially those with two working parents. Sports opportunities are always plentiful, but for children searching for alternatives to athletics, there are quite a few options, too.
Signups for most camps are going on now, with most activities beginning in June. Most camps have online registration available with prices ranging from $25-$150.
16 Morning News compiled a list of several camps happening throughout Michiana.
South Bend Parks and Recreation has 7 unique camps, including magic, zoo and nature camps.
South Bend Camps.
Martin's Super Markets will once again host summer chef camps in Granger, Warsaw and Stevensville.
Summer Chef camps.
If your children hope for a future in law enforcement, there are opportunities throughout Michiana.
Indiana State Police will host investigative camps on criminal justice.
ISP Youth Services.
Clay Territory Fire is serving aspiring firefighters in June.
Clay Fire camp.
Camp 911 is an opportunity for 4th and 5th graders in St. Joseph, MI to try public safety with interactive and hands-on activities. Registration information is available from the St. Joseph Public Safety Department, 700 Broad St., or call Sgt. Leonard Rothrock, 985-0300, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Purdue University will host an engineering camp for the 2nd year in South Bend. High school kids will boost brain power by testing and driving go-karts.
Electric Go-Kart Summer camp.
Pet Refuge has teamed with South Bend Animal Care and Control to put on an animal-themed day camp June-August.
Summer Camp Unleashed.
Every summer since 1937, Camp Millhouse has served as a retreat for children and young adults with mental and physical disabilities. Parents and caregivers of these special campers can plan their personal vacations knowing that their children are at a safe, fun-filled, and caring American Camping Association (A.C.A.) accredited camp.