With little more than three months left of the school year, early registrations for summer camp are already underway. Make summer 2011 a breeze by locking in that summer plan now before it sneaks up. Wouldn’t it be great to be one of the first on the list instead of begging for a spot?
Here are five great camps in Middletown to get you started on your quest.
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Campers get to enjoy a wide variety of activities sure to keep the kids exploring, learning, growing, and having fun all summer long. There are Many activities and packages to choose from.
Best part: Payment plan, so accessible to more families.
- Norman Bird Sanctuary
Campers of all ages will enjoy a unique blend of hands-on learning, games, animal encounters and team building activities across a 325-acre outdoor classroom in small groups.
Best part: Naturiffic.
- Silveira Summer Camp
Here's a great way to introduce your 3-6 year old child to a camp experience offering crafts, projects, nature walks and more across 20 scenic acres centrally located in the heart of Aquidneck Island.
Best part: Frees up some morning time for mom or dad.
- Potter League Happy Tails Camp
Besides quite possibly having the cutest summer camp name ever, Happy Tails Day Camp introduces kids to the wonders of the animal kingdom while learning compassion and respect for the world around them.
Best part: Maybe access to the animals means the kids will stop asking for that puppy...Or will they...
Details regarding the Aquidneck Island Day Camp previously included on this list are still being finalized and more updates will be provided at a later date.