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During the summer when the kids are out of school many working parents take enroll their children in day camps. Most day camps are for children ages seven to seventeen but some will allow younger students. Children arrive at day camp in the morning and leave in the evening. Children do not spend the night at most day camps. Most day camps have a theme. Many day camps focus on learning. Some day camps teach children arts such as dance day camps. Some day camps teach children sports such as soccer day camps. Some day camps teach about technology or science such as computer day camp. Some day camps are run by churches or religious organizations.
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Ladies and Tramps Dog Day Camp
1 review: *****
1036 Stonecrest Cir, Osage Beach, MO 65065
(573) 302-4333 Write review for this local business

"I never knew such a place as this existed, until I had to take an emergecy trip out of town. I knew I couldn't take my dog, but I wanted her to be well exercised and get lots of special attention. The vets just let them out a couple times a day to go to the bathroom, but here she hardly spent any time in her room. She was so tired when I picked her up, because she got to play and make lots of n ..."
Mo United Methodist Camps Retreats Write review for this local business
3601 Amron Ct, Columbia, MO 65202
(573) 442-7909  
Camp Hickory Hill Write review for this local business
5951 W Hatton Chapel Rd, Columbia, MO 65202
(573) 445-9146  
Hanson Hills Campground Write review for this local business
3643 County Road 221, Kingdom City, MO 65262
(573) 642-8600  
Presbyterian Church Write review for this local business
3492 Camp Keown Rd, Holts Summit, MO 65043
(573) 295-4456  
Apple Tree Preschool Enrichment and Camp Apple Write review for this local business
2002 E Mccarty St, Jefferson City, MO 65101
(573) 893-8012  
Camp Jo-Ota Adult & Youth Write review for this local business
1264 Highway Mm, Clarence, MO 63437
(660) 699-2393  
Heit's Point Lutheran Ministries Inc Write review for this local business
28345 Heits Point Ave, Lincoln, MO 65338
(660) 668-2363  
Ymca Write review for this local business
13528 State Highway Aa, Potosi, MO 63664
(573) 438-2154  
Do your research on each day camp you are considering, whether it involves summer, basketball, swim, science, math education, music, travel soccer, or space. Keep in mind that day camps are often held at campgrounds, parks, fields, or lakeside areas, making it easier for boys and girls to explore and learn. If it's an overnight or summer camp, children are separated into cabins and given their own bed or bunk. They are usually assigned a counselor or leader, who then assigns a captain for teams. If you would prefer a camp with less commitment and no overnight stays, target recreation programs offered daily. Contact a few different day camp recreation programs, organizations, providers, and community associations. Some day camps may be offered at your child's school, a library or a community center. Get information such as contact person, hours, availability, programs offered, age groups, activities and cost. Some programs are free, while others require a fee to participate. Meet with professionals, providers and counselors, making sure they have the proper licensing and training. Research the camp's background and experience beforehand, and find out whether it is part of a local or national entity. Chat with the staff to see if they are courteous, helpful, and knowledgeable. Check out the cleanliness of the facility as well. Ask about the various activities, sports, exercise regimes and leadership opportunities available for your kid's or teen's age group. Make sure the price fits your budget. If you feel at ease and comfortable with staff, it's probably a good fit. Before choosing a day camp, keep in mind the hours, location, availability, programs, price and experience of the counselor, provider, association or organization.