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- The New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene has a list of summer camps that you can search by borough or zip code. You can also do an advance search for those that offer swimming programs.
- The New York Botanical Garden offers fun summer camp options.
- The Bronx Zoo offers several options for day camp for different age ranges.
- Fancy Feet Dance Studio offers Performing Arts Day camp at their locations.
- Bronx YMCA offers both day camp and sleepaway camp.
- Bronxworks has two locations for summer camp.
- Lehman College Summer Camp An exciting summer awaits your child in the Lehman College summer day camp held on its 37-acre, tree-lined campus in the northwest Bronx. Half day /Full day options with flexible payments are available. Free breakfast and lunch is provided for all campers. Activities include swimming in an Olympic-size pool, basketball, martial arts, dance, technology, art and crafts, academic enrichment, and much more. The camp is licensed by the NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene. Registration for July and August summer camp is currently underway for kids ages 6-16.
- NYC Parks offer Summer Camps at some Recreation Centers in the Bronx. Last year’s camp activities included: arts and crafts, computer classes, cultural and educational trips, field games (kickball, soccer, wiffleball, relay races), outdoor activities with the Parks’ Urban Park Rangers, such as bird watching, canoeing, fishing and hiking, and sports clinics.
- Kips Bay Boys and Girls Club have summer programs
- Bronx House located on Pelham Parkway offers Day Camp for different age groups including a Teen Travel Day Camp.
- The Children’s Aid Society offers several camp options, including a camp located in Chappaqua, NY in which the children are bused to and from the camp every day from select locations in Manhattan, the Bronx and Westchester.
- Ready, Set, Learn is a day camp in the Bronx, near Lincoln Hospital, offers child care, after school and summer camp services, including daily classes in art, drama, music, reading and more
- Young People’s Day Camp offers free transportation included with their camp price.
- St. Andrews Church on Castle Hill offers an 8 week program.
- Peek-A-Boo Daycare and Summer Camp is located in Parkchester and accepts children from 6 weeks to 12 years
- Phipps Neighborhood offers a full day camp program.
- South Bronx United has offered summer camps in the past. Contact them for this years programs.
- Kingsbridge Heights Community Center offers a summer program for kids ages 6 to 14.
- The Fresh Air Fund The Fresh Air Fund provides New York City children from low-income communities with free, safe, and fun summer experiences.
- Turtle Cove Golf Center will be offering a PGA Junior Golf Camp in June.
- Mosholu Day Camp picks up children from different bus stops throughout the Bronx and brings them to their campground in Bear Mountain for lots of summer fun.
- Riverdale Y offers summer day programs for children of different ages.
- Fieldston Outdoors offers day camp for children pre-k to 6th grade. The program offers swimming, drama, yoga, and more.
- Confetti Kids Summer Fun Program offers six weeks of fun for ages 6 to 10
- Summer History Camp at Van Cortlandt House Museum gives campers the chance to go back in time to the 18th century!
- Happy Tots LLC offers daycare, preschool and afterschool program.
- AATT Academy Summer Adventure is a 3 day a week dance-based summer arts program for children ages 6-9. The program is geared to be accessible to boys as well as girls (includes tumbling, Capoeira, and other athletic styles as well as ballet and modern dance, arts and crafts, and fun workshops.) It is only $5 a day and financial aid is available. The program is run by Arthur Aviles, award-winning dancer and veteran Bronx community organizer and Jessica Danser, a DOE dance teacher and Ailey School faculty member.
- Bartow Pell Mansion offers three weeklong sessions called BPMM Adventures. Children entering grades 1 through 6 are invited to spend a week at Bartow-Pell Mansion Museum from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. having fun and learning about gardening, sustainability, and local history. This unique program mixes core activities in the organic children’s garden with exploration of the 19th-century mansion, the Northeast Woodlands wigwam, and family life in both. Kids will also enjoy engaging crafts, wildlife investigations, creative cooking, nature hikes, and more.
- Hostos Basketball Academy enables players of all ability levels to refine their skills in every aspect of the game, engaging in 1 on 1, 2 on 2, 3 on 3, and full court contests and games. Areas of focus include the fundamentals of shooting, dribbling, passing, moving with and without the ball, post moves, rebounding, fast breaks, footwork drills, communication, group dynamics, and leadership both on and off the court. The Basketball Academy’s coaching staff of Pro-Athletes and college coaches are dedicated to teaching skill development, proper technique, and overall court awareness with and without the ball, preparing players to be in top form for season play while having a fun summer.
- Preston Center of Compassion offers a summer recreation program on campus at Preston High School. Activities include: Swimming at Maritime College, Arts and Crafts, Dance and Creative Movement, Videography, Indoor and Outdoor sports and activities, Boating and Marine life at Maritime College, Indoor and Outdoor games, Robotics, and Free Lunch for Campers.
- AATT Academy is offering a month long summer dance adventure three days a week. Just $5 a day for a full day of dance education.
- Pink Shisha is offering a Creativity Camp- a fun crafting journey for kids 3 days a week from 10 to 12.
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This serves as a guide to easily find Bronx Summer Camps. Bronxmama does not endorse any of these organizations or camps. It is still up to you to do the appropriate research and find the best camp for your child. Feel free to leave comments below to recommend or tell parents about a camp that is listed so that others can learn more about the programs.