Affordable Camps in the Philadelphia Metro Area
Summer camps are a necessity for many families. If both parents work, the kids need to be cared for over the summer. Yet, many families are feeling pinched right now, so we have had a lot of requests for help in finding inexpensive summer camps. We’ve put together a list of camps in the Philadelphia region that are less than $250 per week. There is more information available on all of these camps at Sign Up For Camp.
BETTERBALL! Basketball Camp -$ 225 full day, $150 half day
Kids on Campus at Bucks Community College – $249 full day, $125 half day. Popular workshops and sports clinics. Everything from Lego to Hogwarts to American Girl.
Lehigh University Sports Camp – full-day camps as low as $175 per week. Lehigh offers a number of different sports camps that range from the very inexpensive on upwards. Some overnight camps are as inexpensive as $420 for the week.
Chester County Art Association – $115-210 for half-day camps, combine AM and PM for a full day. The Chester County Art Association offers half-day camp sessions for as little as $115 (+materials); five-hour-per-day sessions for kids ages 13 to 17 run for as little $210 (+materials)
Club La Maison – $240 for a full-day program (member price). Club La Maison also offers less expensive options, including half days or partial weeks (2 or 3 days), for $150 and under. Sports and swimming programs.
Camp Teekna – $245 for full day programs, community service camps as low as $125. Sports, field trips, and various themes held at Delaware County Christian School.
Heaven’s Gate Horse Camp – $295 for a full-day program. During camp, each child discovers the joy and responsibility of caring for their very own assigned horse or pony. They learn and perform all the skills needed for overall care and grooming of their horse.
Camp Invention – $215-240 for full day program. Science, technology, engineering and math activities designed to develop a passion for science.