The weather is warming up and school is winding down. It’s time to think about how to keep your kids active, both mentally and physically, for the next three months. Summer break is a great time to let your kids explore their mind, body and even spirit at a local summer camp! There are lots to chose from, you may end up even picking more than one for a truly fun-filled summer. Here are the 2022 Summer Camps in Skagit County.

2021 Summer Camps Skagit Salish Sea School
the Puffin Protectors camp at the Salish Sea School is perfect for kids who want to learn more about the ocean and marine wildlife. Photo courtesy: Salish Sea School

Salish Sea School

The Salish Sea School has three summer camps for kids kindergarten through high school. Kids will get hands-on fun out by the sea learning about the wildlife, unique ecosystem, environmental issues and more, along with physical activities including hiking and yoga. For more information and to register, visit the Salish Sea School website. 

Camp Korey

Registration is now open for Camp Korey’s 2022 summer camps. If your child has an eager mind to learn about the body—from craniofacial to skeletal dysplasia—in a fun camp setting, you have to check out these camps. They have eight sessions throughout the summer and the whole family is welcome to join! Visit the Camp Korey website to learn more and register.

Boys & Girls Clubs of Skagit County Summer Clubs

Registration is open for the full day summer camps at the Boys & Girls Clubs of Skagit County branches. Those registering for camps at Anacortes, Mount Vernon, Sedro-Woolley and Burlington will be entered to win an XBOX if paid in full by April 22. Programs have weekly themed activities including Art, STEM, TriplePlay Challenges, Cooking Club, Summer Brain Gain and more. For more information and to register, visit the Boys & Girls Clubs of Skagit County website.

Skagit YMCA Y Discover Camp

The Skagit YMCA Camp Anderson is great for youth who want to spend a full week at Lake Sixteen learning new sports, like archery, having campfires and making friends. Their other camp, Y Discover, includes times at Lake Sixteen, Hog Road, Bakersview Sports Center and other parts of the county. To learn more and register, visit the Skagit YMCA website.

Photo courtesy: Mt. Baker Gymnastics

Mt. Baker Gymnastics

Mt. Bakery Gymnastics will be having their summer camps once again. They have a few to choose from with varying dates starting late June, including Gymnastics Camp, Superhero Camp and Acro Camp! Your child will have fun, stay fit and meet new friends! To learn more and to register, visit the Mt. Baker Gymnastics website.

Parks and Recreation

Your city’s parks and recreation departments often have fun summer programming for the whole family, not just the kids! Learn how to cook, take up a new sport or polish up your skills in math. Whatever you decide it’s sure to be fun. Be sure to check out the Mount Vernon, Anacortes, Sedro-Woolley and Burlington parks and recreation websites.

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