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SPECIAL NEEDS COTI Camp OdakOTa 4440 Carver Woods Drive, Cincinnati

campus and large indoor gym. Discovery, under 5 yrs.; Explorer, 5 - 6 yrs.; Adventure, young schoolage; Quest, older schoolage.


Camp OdakOTa is a full day camp for children with occupational therapy and sensory integration needs. Camp OdakOTa campers are children 6 - 12 yrs. who would benefit from a sensory sensitive approach to summer day camp.

Flying Horse Farms 5260 State Route 95, Mount Gilead


Flying Horse Farms is a camp for children with serious illnesses, where for a week or a weekend at a time being sick takes a backseat to being a kid. The children who attend camp have diagnoses including cancer, heart conditions, rheumatoid arthritis, blood disorders, severe asthma, gastrointestinal disorders, kidney conditions and craniofacial anomalies. Flying Horse Farms is always free of charge.

TRADITIONAL CAMPS Archbishop McNicholas High School Summer Camps 6536 Beechmont Ave., Cincinnati 513-231-3500

McNicholas High School offers a variety of summer camps beginning June 8 for students entering grades 1 - 9. Camps include sports, arts and academics and are conducted by McNicholas faculty, staff and coaches. For a full listing visit our website. Registration begins March 1.

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Cincinnati 600 Dalton Ave., Cincinnati


The Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Cincinnati has been building great futures for kids who need a safe and positive place to go after school. Our mission is to enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens.

Camp at the J 8485 Ridge Road, Cincinnati


From American Red Cross swim lessons and archery to arts and crafts, Camp at the J provides great social and educational opportunities that foster friendships and features all the fun that has made camp a summertime staple for kids. Camp at the J offers weekly theme days, sports and field trips.

Camp Rockmont for Boys 375 Lake Eden Road, Black Mountain, NC •


Camp Rockmont is a Christian summer camp for boys, ages 6 - 16, located in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina. Rockmont’s mission of developing boys into healthy young men is accomplished through age-appropriate skills, activities and challenges that help campers to know themselves better and discover God’s love for them.

Camp-I-Can 5050 Madison Road, Cincinnati •


Dates: Jun. 2 - Aug. 6. Ages/Grades: 5 -12. Cost Range: $185.00 a week, child care vouchers are accepted. Enroll your child today in an enriching camp on our 40 acre campus that includes: breakfast, lunch, snack, sports, swimming, crafts, and off-site field trips. Designed to enhance self-esteem, social skills and provides learning opportunities. Kids will fall asleep on the way home. Last year’s class read over 300 books.

Champions Summer of Wonder 10901 Reed Hartman Hwy., Ste. 100, Cincinnati


Gorman Heritage Farm 10052 Reading Road Evandale


Green Acres Summer Camps 8255 Spooky Hollow Road, Cincinnati •


Kids First Sports Center - Camp-A-Palooza 7900 E Kemper Rd. Cincinnati •


Mother of Mercy High School Summer Camps 3036 Werk Road, Cincinnati


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YMCA Camp Ernst 7615 Camp Ernst Road, Burlington, KY


Be a farm kid! Camp activities include: interacting with barnyard animals, exploring the woods, garden fun, games, hiking, crafts, music and more. Special themed camps for wilderness, art, cooking, science and veterinary. Camp sessions scheduled by age. Please see our website for full brochure. You will never want to leave!

Arts, aquatic adventures, environment, equine, food or garden…Greenacres has a camp for every child! Each Greenacres summer camp is led by of our caring and professional staff who strive to give campers memories and experiences to cherish for a lifetime. Log onto our website for more information or to register.

Campers at Kids First get the very best! A backyard with mini-golf, a climbing wall and playground as well as 108,000 square feet of everything kids love: basketball, karate, gymnastics, dance, cheer, swimming, volleyball, you name it! Field trips every week outside Kids First and in-house entertainment brought in throughout week! Leaders in Training course for teens ages 13 - 15 covering topics like leadership, communication and group dynamics. Teens can look forward to excursions, service opportunities and more.

Mother of Mercy High School offers a variety of summer camps for grade school boys and girls. Our athletic camps include basketball, bowling, lacrosse, soccer, tennis and volleyball, all led by current coaches and alumnae playing at the collegiate level. Mercy also offers camps in art, dancing and writing. Your children will be sure to find at least one camp that meets their interest!

Our 18th year! Fun, unique and challenging. Selected Best in the City by Cincinnati Magazine. Circus camps conducted by My Nose Turns Red, the area’s only non-profit youth circus. Skills taught include: stilt walking, juggling, rolling globe, clowning and more. Camps for ages 4 - 7 and 7 - 18, plus two 2-week intensive camps featuring unicycle, aerials and German Wheel. Register by April 15 for early bird discount.

Come see why generations of campers love to tell stories about their adventures at camp Ernst. Enjoy top notch counselors, new friends and doing a wide variety of activities including ziplines, banana boat,100-ft waterslide,horseback riding, the BLOB and more. Check out Camp Ernst during our Open Houses on Mar. 29, Apr. 26 and May 31.

YMCA Camp Kern 5291 St. Rt. 350, Oregonia

513-932-3756 ext. 1530

Voted ‘Best of Dayton’ in 2014, YMCA Camp Kern is well-known for its innovative and unique summer camp programming. Residential summer camp boasts activities that appeal to a variety interests – from literary camps to teen leadership programs. Open to children ages 5 - 16, there is an adventure waiting for everyone!

YMCA of Greater Cincinnati Summer Day Camps 12 locations in greater Cincinnati and Northern KY

Your neighborhood YMCA has been providing outstanding day camps for for boys and girls ages 2 - 15. Y camps provide the perfect setting to appreciate nature, building skills, create memories and establish friendships that last a lifetime. Summer camps weekly themes include everything from super heroes and amazing inventions, to sports and teen camps. And don’t forget about the incredible field trips.

ce a l P Cincinnati Circus Summer Camp ts T E R r A 513-921-5454 nue N Children’s Workshop Ave 226 E a Cincinnati Circus Camp is packed full of fun things to do! Fly on a trapeze, play on our best inflatables, and learn fun circus skills l n r e C 45 st like juggling, aerial acrobatics, balloon twisting, and so much more! No other circus camp compares! Jun. 8 - 12, Jun. 15 - 19, Ea ti, OH Art • Music • Dance E e 3 3 a and Aug. 3 - 7 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. (noon). d & 22-26 e 38Cincinn June 15-19 NC c a Cincinnati Recreation Commission A 9:00am - 12:00pm D • Ages 4-9 Pl 13 CRC Recreation Centers in Cincinnati 513-352-4000 s ER t r T A Camp CRC Summer Day Camps are offered at 13 CRC recreation centers. Camps run 11 weeks: Jun. 1 - Aug. 14. Activities include la CEN field trips and swim lessons. Hours: 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. ($1045/summer). With Extended Care Program hours: 7 a.m. - 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. - 6 p.m. ($1265/summer). Visit the CRC website to register. e CE d N The Goddard School Summer Camps om D A c . 1280 Nagel Road, Anderson Twp. 513-474-5292 e Summer Intensive lac ce sp 914 June 29 - Aug 1 • 5 weeklasession t r 0 a 1. Looking for an active summer camp, loaded with high energy, outdoor, activities, field trips, water days and engaging visitors a l Pjazz, modern, 7 e Offering ballet, pointe, s R in a safe environment? Then join The Goddard School Summer Camp! NEW this summer is Quest Camp. Also new are Miniw. d 1 3 . 8 Edeux t tap, contemporary, hip hop and pasTde r ww 5 Camps including: Lego Robotics, Secret Agent, Jewelry Making, Star Performers, Kitchen Chemistry and more. Expanded summer A EN a l C “Where Every Family Matters.” 28 March 2015 de NCE DA Our Summer Break program will keep children laughing and learning during our Summer of Wonder. Each week is a new and exciting theme for children to engage in. Camp runs from Jun. 8 - Aug. 7th. Several locations throughout the city. Pick and choose the weeks you want to attend or have fun all summer with us!

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