Welcome to our 2021 summer camp guide. Find out what’s available and works best for your child’s summer adventures.
Camp W Day Camp in Melville offers more than 75 activities, including creative arts, such as cooking, ceramics, edible art, athletics, such as football, gymnastics and many other activities, including go-karts, magic, rocketry, and more, to campers ranging from pre-schoolers to ninth graders.
The camp also provides early and late childcare. Swimming lessons are conducted at the Town of Huntington pool in Dix Hills.
Kenwal Day Camp has travel programs for campers in grades 7,8,9 and 10, including overnight trips for older grades. The Melville camp has been operating since 1957, including last summer when it ran without a single case of Covid-19.
All Kenwal activities are taught by skilled instructors.
The camp offers a huge variety of activities, including circus arts, music, arts and crafts, boating on a 1/2-acre lake, cheerleading, karate, go-karts, swimming, dance, magic and much more.
Usdan Summer Camp for the Arts fosters creativity, independence, and intellect through art making, fun, and lots of fresh air. Our day camp program offers students in kindergarten through 12th grade an opportunity to immerse themselves in the arts with instruction by professional artists and experienced educators in visual art, chess, creative writing, dance, music, nature and sustainability, and theater. Each camp day is enriched by recreational activities including swimming, archery, yoga, gaga, basketball, and more.
This summer, campers can recharge on our forested Long Island campus surrounded by friends who share their enthusiasm for the arts.
Enrollment is now open for 4- and 8-week sessions running from June 28 through August 20, 2021. Transportation is offered from NYC and Nassau and Suffolk counties.
The Town of Huntington offers Camp Bright Star, a summer camp for children and teens with special needs, ages 6 and older. Campers can be kids in a safe, caring and structured environment. The town has offered this program for over 35 years; it is partially funded by the New York State Office of People with Developmental Disabilities (OPWDD).
Camper disabilities range from speech impaired to learning disabled and developmentally disabled. Campers are divided into five age-appropriate groups. Applicants must be able to function in a group environment without one-to-one assistance. Exceptions are made if the child’s school or family provides a shadow to assist the child. The school or family in these situations must complete a waiver.