Summer will be here before you know it! Be sure your child has some enriching activities planned that gets them off the couch. There are summer camps for all sorts in Grays Harbor, from acting to motorbike racing! Due to COVID-19, most places are limiting the number of campers, so be sure to reserve space early as spots are filling quickly. Here is the list of 2021 Summer Camps in Grays Harbor.
7th Street Kids is once again holding their in-person summer camp workshops for kids ages 7-16 who love to act. This year they are doing “Frozen Jr.” and “Winnie the Pooh.” No prior experience is necessary to try out for these productions. Deadline to register is May 28 and they do have new COVID protocols in place so be sure to read through those. Auditions will be held on June 5. For more information and to sign up your child, visit the 7th Street Kids website.
For some, it’s not summer until they set foot at Camp Bethel. They will have camps for junior and senior high schoolers, elementary schoolers and even an adult camp for seniors. All the camps enjoy playing games, campfires and learning about God.
They are reopening for summer camps this year with strict COVID guidelines. This includes all volunteers and leaders being vaccinated and wearing masks. Each camp is limited to 28 kids as well. Kids should have a negative COVID test and a mask. To learn more and to register, visit the Camp Bethel website.
If the whole family is looking for some fun, its always good to check out the YMCA Of Grays Harbor! They of have programs and activities for all ages year round. In the summer, kids can attend Camp Bishop for some fun in the sun! This year they are having mini camps (two nights) as well as full five-night camps for both girls and boys.
COVID safety protocols are in place and they have a Heath & Safety form you will need to fill out beforehand. For more information and the register visit the YMCA of Grays Harbor website.
Ran by registered Girl Scout volunteers with current background checks, Camp Juliette is a great place for your daughter to have fun this summer. Camps are available for incoming 2nd to 8th graders. Girls get to decide through a semi-democratic system what activities they wish to have included in the camp. New this year is a camp for incoming 8th to 12th graders, who are not following the leadership track. The theme this year is “Disney” and you can be sure it will be a magical and fun summer!
Non girl scouts are welcome! Currently camp will be in-person, but if COVID mandates change, they are ready to convert to a Camp in a Box format where you will get items to have your favorite camp experiences at home. Find out more and register at the Camp Juliette website.
Ryan Villopoto (RV) Summer Camp
The Ryan Villopoto (RV) Summer Camp is back at Grays Harbor ORV and its perfect for the adrenaline-seeking youth. Campers will get to learn from AMA professionals while having fun on their racing bikes. Mechanics will be on site in case something goes wrong with a bike during camp. Many off-bike activities are also planned for both rider and their parents, so everyone can have some summer fun! The camp is not limited to just youth! They get a wide range of campers, from 5- to 50-years-old. There is dry camping as well as power/water sites. For more information and to register, visit the Grays Harbor ORV website.
Why not spend the summer on the back of a horse? For many kids, that’s a dream come true at Nan-Sea Stables. They offer horsemanship lessons where your kid will do chores as they learn all the ins and out of horse ownership – from feeding and mucking out stalls to tacking up and how to ride. Find out more by visiting the Nan-Sea Stables website.