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Plymouth-Whitemarsh-Conshohocken Summer Camp Guide

Your go-to-guide for municipal camps; MetroKids Cummer Camp Fair will be held on Sunday in West Conshohocken.

 

The wind chill might make it hard to do, but it’s time for parents to start thinking about summer.

At the Whitemarsh Township Meeting on Jan. 24, Supervisor Cathy Peduzzi reminded residents to register for Whitemarsh Township Summer Camp soon, as it sells out quickly.

Here is your guide to summer camps in the area:

Whitemarsh Township Summer Camps

Whitemarsh Township offers a variety of camps for the summer, including the full-day Cedar Grove, Miles Park and Teen Extreme camps.

Specialty weeks focusing on arts and entertainment is also available, as well as sports camps - including baseball, basketball, tennis, lacrosse, soccer and more.

On the week of July 8, children ages three through five are invited to “Slipper, Sloppy & Slimey Camp,” where they get to make a mess for two hours each day.

Greater Plymouth Community Center Camp

The Greater Plymouth Community Center (GPCC) will hold camps this summer, running from June 24 through Aug. 16.

The “Mini” People camp is designed for kids from three to six years of age, Camp GPCC I for ages six through 12 and includes swimming and a weekly day trip, Teen camp includes athletic competitions, challenging projects and games.

Playground Camp runs June 24 through Aug. 6, and features traditional playground activities.

Registration varies for these programs, and starts as early as Feb. 16. For more information, visit the GPCC Website – 2013 information is currently found in the “Leisure Visions” link.

According to staff at the Fellowship House in Conshohocken, they organizations is planning on continuing with its summer camp next year, but no details are available until later in the winter.

If parents are looking for something other than municipal camps, MetroKids 5th Annual Super Camp Fair will be held on Jan. 27 at the Conshohocken Marriot from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.

More than 60 area camps will participate in the fair.

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