We make sure our campers are continuing to learn throughout the summer!

That means that we have a certified reading and math curriculum, as well as a certified fitness and nutrition curriculum.

Exercise becomes fun for all of our campers!

Camp activities include Strengthening & Conditioning (such as stretching, running, push-ups and sit-ups, yoga and pilates), as well as extracurricular activities to engage in (such as relay races, obstacle courses, scavenger hunts, swimming, and nature hikes).

Each Summer our campers build strong friendships that last for years to come!

Campers regularly participate in team sports (basketball, softball/baseball, tennis, soccer, kickball), and enjoy a variety of interactive games (capture the flag, freeze tag, sharks & minnows, "pin down").

Sample daily routine: 

7:00 –
8:00am – Before Care

8:00 –
9:15am Breakfast

9:30 –10:00am Morning Fitness Warm-Up

10:00 –
11:45am Sports Activity

12:00 – 12:45 Lunch

1:00 – 1:30 Classroom Activity

1:30 – 2:30 Nutrition/ Health Lesson 

2:45 – 3:15 Game/ Free Play Period

3:00 – 4:00 Afternoon Activity

4:00 – 5:30 After Care 

We are planning an AMAZING Program for Camp Year 2021!  We are prepared to deal with the pandemic by offering outdoor morning sessions and a hybrid of afternoon sessions, some virtual and some in-person/indoor/outdoor!  More information is forthcoming in the next few weeks!

Camps at Coldspring is a State-Certified Youth Camp (CYC) has served numerous children throughout the years teaching them the importance of proper nutrition, exercise/fitness, and education. We also emphasize skill development as it relates to various sports to teach kids lessons about making good lifestyle choices.  Additionally, this year (2021), our curriculum will include STEM programming, Arts, and Social/Emotional Learning activities, in addition to Reading and Math Enrichment.  We plan to participate in the Youth Works program, as well as the Baltimore City Summer Food Program: children receive nutritious breakfast and lunch free of charge every day.

At Camps at Coldspring, our goal is to nurture the "whole" child and to offer something for everyone. Campers can expect to participate in various sports ( soccer, softball, basketball, baseball, football, and more), weekly swimming and tennis, arts & crafts, dance, and mindfulness meditation.  Additionally, we open our doors to participants who have risk factors related to overweight and obesity, individual educational plans (IEPs) as well as volunteers, youth workers, and College Interns looking for course completion credits.

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