East Greenwich Camp Guide 2020

EG News presents our 2020 Camp Guide! Summer camp is a right of passage for kids and, today, there are loads of possibilities. We bring you some of the best options out there for your kids or grandkids. 

If you run a camp and would like to be part of the 2020 Camp Guide, contact MLFormisano@eastgreenwichnews.com. The guide will be highlighted through June 30, 2020, and will be shared regularly via social media.


Artists’ Exchange Summer Camps

The ultimate in affordable camps for the creative child! Art, Theater, Animation, Ceramics & Rock ‘N’ Roll camps are taught in our professional studios and black box theater. Our friendly staff of artist educators create a welcoming environment so each child is able to fully engage, build confidence, be creative and learn. Campers age 5 to 14 can choose from a variety of 43 camps running June 15 through August 28. Camp runs M-F, 9am-3pm with before and after-care available. Visit our website for pricing, descriptions and to find out how to receive up to 25% in discounts! Artists’ Exchange is a 501(c)3 non-profit arts collaborative proudly owned and operated by Gateways to Change, Inc.   CLICK HERE  


Gordon School

Spend your summer at Gordon! Over 50 specialty camps for ages 3-14. Since its founding in 1910, Gordon’s progressive academic program has put children, and their voices, at the center of learning. This summer expands that mission-driven, child-centered programming beyond the school year with a diverse offering of camps that are playful, thoughtful, creative, and fun. Nurturing and compassionate staff are ready to engage your child, encouraging them to venture safely outside their comfort zone as they explore Gordon’s scenic 12-acre campus.  CLICK HERE


Greenwich Bay Sailing Association 

A non-profit sailing school for kids aged 7 to 17. Our mission is to introduce young children to the sport of sailing in a nurturing and enthusiastic atmosphere that will foster their passion for sailing and the environment. Students growing up in our program forge life-long friendships with their peers and will reflect back on their years at GBSA with fondness for the time spent here! Two-week Beginner classes are offered June through August. Visit our website (www.gbsa.info) for more information or email us at info@gbsa.infoCLICK HERE


Jamestown Arts Center Camps 

Get creative in beautiful Jamestown! The JAC offers a variety of award winning, dynamic, creative camps and classes for ages 3 – 15. Theatre, Ceramics, Drawing, Painting, Sculpture, Stone Carving, Printmaking, 3D Printing, Comics, Animation, Digital Photography + more! Featuring Outdoor Arts Camps! Celebrating our 10th anniversary + the Outdoor Arts Experience (OAE)! Some camps include trips to Historic New England’s Watson Farm + Rose island. Register online now before camps fill up! Summer camps and classes run from July 6 – August 14. Scholarships available!  CLICK HERE


Moses Brown Camps

Offering day camping featuring traditional, specialty, sports and STEM camps for children ages 3-17.  All camps are held on the beautiful Moses Brown School campus in Providence and include a special mixture of academics, arts, chess, computers, design, invention, music, swimming and sports. Our RISE Camp offers multiweek and sibling discounts.  Busing, extended day, and lunch options available. https://camps.mosesbrown.org  or 401-831-7350 x 150 or 295.  CLICK HERE



Pat’s Pastured Farm Camp

Join us at Pat’s Pastured Farm Camp in East Greenwich!  Run by certified teachers and farmers, camp is a fun opportunity for children ages 3-15 to spend time experiencing life on a working farm.  Campers will harvest vegetables and care for the garden, collect eggs, feed and care for the various animals, prepare farm to table food, build forts in the woods and more.   Expect your little farmer to come home happy and tuckered out! To register, CLICK HERE


Rocky Hill Country Day School Summer Camps

Join us for Summer by the Bay! From traditional camps to specialty and Nike sports camps, come experience a summer like no other. Full or half-day camps provide opportunities to learn, explore and enjoy the summer on our 84 acre waterfront campus. Our sports camps are run by top-level players and coaches, and we offer camps in a variety of specialties from drama and art to coding and woodworking. Visit rockyhill.org/camps for more information or CLICK HERE.


Taste Buds Kitchen

Calling all chefs! Taste Buds Kitchen is offering a full lineup of delicious cooking camps this summer. Create and taste your way through new and unique menus each week. Popular themes include Around the World, Baking Championship, Cooking Science, Mystery Basket, Cookie and Cupcake Challenge and more. Engaging, age-appropriate half-day camps are available for kids ages 4-17. Full-day options are available for kids 10 and up. Join us any week between June 15 – August 28. Register online, but don’t wait too long – spots fill up quickly!


URI Computer Science Camp

Our goal at URI Computer Camp is to educate our campers in a hands-on environment all while having fun and making friends. Come join us this summer and learn how to program, make a video game, design a webpage, build a robot and more! Weekly programs in July from 8:30am to 3:30pm on the Kingston campus. To learn more about our programs and see our summer schedule please visit our website. We hope to see you!  CLICK HERE


Wheeler Summer Camp

Wheeler Summer Camp programs, for children ages 3 to 15, feature a busy day full of fun camp activities for campers grouped by age. Our Specialty Camps are full-day programs that include a half-day of Specialty Camp and half-day of Traditional Camp. PODS Swim lessons take place each day for campers in both programs. Wheeler Summer’s philosophy is about giving campers an opportunity to be active in an outdoor environment, explore new things, have fun, build confidence, and make long lasting friendships!  CLICK HERE


Roger Williams Park Zoo Camp

Time for ZooCamp: Digital Adventures at Roger Williams Park Zoo for children ages 6 – 10 beginning Monday, June 22.  Campers enjoy up to five weeks of camp with a combination of online camp time and outdoor activities. Live, interactive, and engaging camp sessions run Monday, Wednesday, Friday from either 9:00 am – 12:00 pm; or 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm. Tuesdays and Thursdays campers will have a box of activities from the Zoo to use to enjoy nature in their own backyard.  CLICK HERE