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Thrive On!

This summer at Park Camps, Park's dynamic faculty lead small groups of children on adventures of both mind and body. Experience Park School’s unique approach to learning and growing amid the beauty and wonder of our wooded 100-acre campus.

Find the camp that's right for your child!


Our experienced staff welcomes children ages 3 ½–5 ½ for an exciting summer full of adventures. In the…

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In the Bears Den of Park Camps, children ages 6–7 years enjoy a summer experience that has been thoughtfully…

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Our experienced staff welcomes children ages 8–12 years for an exciting summer full of adventures. In…

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Sports-Games-Fun for Boys

Back by popular demand! Terris King (former Park Kindergarten teacher) returns from Shanghai to lead…

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Girls' Week Out

NEW this summer and for one week only!

This week-long camp is packed with fun, fitness, and plenty of…

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Are We There Yet?

Do you like adventurous field trips with friends? If so, then it is time to start your summer adventure…

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Park C.I.T. / Scouts Camp

Calling all young people interested in working with children! Do you want to learn more about childcare…

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Summer Soccer and More for Boys and Girls

New this summer for all lovers of soccer. If you have always wanted to improve your techniques on the…

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Additional Summer Programs

Park Camps hosts a range of programs that take place on campus and are run by outside organizations.…

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About Park Camps

This summer, children age 3 ½ and up are invited to join us for dynamic experiences in the tradition of The Park School of Baltimore. Park’s unique approach to learning and growing flourishes amid the beauty and wonder of our wooded 100-acre campus.

Park Camps Director Linda Butler and Assistant Director Will Weiskopf lead a staff of caring, committed professional educators from The Park School who have created exciting programming to engage both mind and body.

Sessions for 2016 include general day camps — Cubs, Bears, and Bruins — as well as special focus camps, including “Are We There Yet?” Excursion Camp, providing adventure opportunities for intrepid boys and girls; Sports-Games-Fun for Boys, Girls’ Week Out, and Summer Soccer and More for Boys and Girls, for those interested in sports and games; and Park C.I.T./Scouts Camp, offering training for our future camp counselors and teachers. We look forward to welcoming you to Park Camps!



Optional Services

Before and After Camp Care (June 20–July 29)
Supervised, age-appropriate Before and After Camp Care is available for an additional fee for campers attending Park Camps. Campers can be dropped off between 7:30–8:30 a.m. and picked up between 4–6 p.m. Campers will have opportunities to play indoors and outside. Games, sports, and crafts will be offered. LEARN MORE

Park offers limited bus transportation to and from community stops in Catonsville, Owings Mills, and Downtown Baltimore at no extra charge for campers attending Park Camps. LEARN MORE

Fresh and nutritious lunches can be purchased daily from June 13–July 29 in the Park School cafeteria. Lunches are planned and prepared by Park School’s food service staff. LEARN MORE


Important Dates


Early Bear Registration Discount Begins


CANCELED: Park Camps Open House

4 –6 p.m.

Early Bear Registration Discount Ends

Register by this date to receive the early bear discount of $50 with a minimum two week registration. (one discount per family)

Park Camps Open House

10 a.m. – Noon

Camp Fees Due

For campers registered before May 16.

Registration Continues

While space is available. Camp fees are due at time of registration.

Pre-Camp Begins

For campers registered in the pre-camp sessions of Are We There Yet?, Sports-Games-Fun for Boys, Girls' Week Out, and Summer Soccer and More for Boys and Girls.

Parent and Camper Orientation

10 a.m. – Noon

Camp Begins


Bruins Campout

Appropriately planned overnights are a wonderful way to extend the summer camp experience, bond with friends in meaningful ways, and create lasting memories.

Camp Closed

In honor of Independence Day

Late Swim for All Campers

4–6 p.m.

Last Day of Camp