2024 Summer Camps in Skagit County

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Salish Sea School summer camps will have your kids outdoors, learning and having fun. Photo courtesy: Salish Sea School

Summer learning loss is real! Get your kids off the couch and into the world with a summer camp – or two! Summer camps in Skagit County offer a range of interests from sports to STEM and everything in between! Don’t wait to sign up, camps fill up fast! Here is a list of 2024 summer camps in Skagit County.

Nova Elite Gymnastics

Formerly Mt. Baker Gymnastics, Nova Elite Gymnastics will be holding summer camps for children of all skill levels in June, July and August. Camps include the fundamentals as well as fun ninja skills, team-building games, individualized coaching and more. To register, visit their online portal. You can also call 360.757.7565 or email NovaEliteGym@gmail.com with questions.

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Nova Elite Gymnastics, formerly Mt. Baker Gymnastics, has summer camps in Skagit County for all skill levels. Photo courtesy: Nova Elite Gymnastics

Foundation for Academic Endeavors

The Foundation for Academic Endeavors’ Summer Academy is 5 weeks of learning fun! Kids preschool to eighth grade are invited to learn STEM-related lessons along with music, art and field trips. Campers receive transportation to and from the program as well as two meals a day.  To learn more and to apply, visit the Foundation for Academic Endeavors website.

Skagit Valley College

Skagit Valley College is hosting a Nike Volleyball camp for girls ages 11 to 18 in June and July. Former DI Seattle University head coach James Finley designed the camp curriculums, which will help new and seasons players hone their skills. A special camp preps girls for high school tryouts. See the US Sports Camps website for more information and to register.

Summer Bridge is also returning to Skagit Valley College. This free program is for, “first-generation, underrepresented graduating seniors to help them transition to college,” according to the camp website. Breakfast and lunch is provided as students learn skills to be successful in college, connect with coaches and peer mentors, learn about support programs and more. For more information, visit the Skagit Valley College website.

Salish Sea School

Your kids could spend the summer outdoors learning about our amazing ecosystem! The Salish Sea School has camps for kids ages 4 to 18. In Anacortes, campers will have great access to the Salish Sea, forest and shores. Learn about orcas and salmon, take boat rides, kayak, whale watching, and more while learning about local ecosystems and creatures that call it home. Check out the different camps and register at the Salish Sea School website.

Boys & Girls Clubs of Skagit County

Have kids with a variety of interests? Boys & Girls Clubs of Skagit County have summer camps with all kinds of themes, from the summer Olympics and the wild northwest to racing around the world and gardens. Maybe your kid loves legends and history, or learning about the elementals They have camps for kindergarteners through high school seniors. Check out the Boys & Girls Clubs of Skagit County website for more information and to register.

Skagit YMCA

Camp Anderson at Lake Sixteen is the epitome of summer camps for kids first through sixth grade. Week long camps offer archery, swimming, woods games, arts and crafts and more. There will even be field trips to other places in the area. For more information and to register, visit the Skagit YMCA website.

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Camp Korey offers an incredible summer of fun to children with a medical conditions or childhood illnesses. Photo courtesy: Camp Korey

Camp Korey

This summer Camp Korey has summer camps in Skagit County for ages 7 to 17 that have a childhood illness or serious medical condition. Each camp is geared toward specific conditions. At least one family member must attend with the camper. Campers and their families will have a great time with fun activities and the support of others who understand what they are going through. Camps are held in June, July and August. Visit the Camp Korey website for more information, including how to apply.

Parks and Recreation

Learn how to cook, take up a new sport or polish up your skills in math this summer at your local Parks and Recreation. They have classes for all ages, even adults. Be sure to check out the Mount VernonAnacortesSedro-Woolley and Burlington parks and recreation websites.

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