LOS ANGELES SUMMER CAMPS BLOG
L.A. summer camp programs and opportunities for kids and teens
Even though summer recently ended and campers have returned to school, this is an exciting time for camps in general as many have already begun planning new and exciting activities for their 2018 summer camp seasons.
The fall and early winter months (generally September through December) are also when most camps begin marketing their programs for the future summer.
Two L.A. summer camps in particular, Pali Overnight Adventures and URJ 6 Points Sports Academy, are have already gotten started promoting their respective 2018 camps with new listings on L.A. Summer Camps.com. The camps are listed on the site's L.A. Overnight Camps and Specialty Summer Camps pages.
Both Pali and URJ 6 Points Sports offer unique summer camp programming.
Pali offers many amazing specialty camp activities from stunt man camps to cooking adventures and everything in between.
URJ 6 Points Sports has a genuinely interesting program concept in its own right; it's one of the only (if not THE only) sleepaway Jewish sports camps we know about in Los Angeles.
Go ahead and check out Pali Adventures and URJ 6 Points Sports Academy when you can. And don't forget to check back here often as we share more information about various 2018 Los Angeles Summer Camp opportunities going forward.
Here's a cool concept ... a Jewish summer camp offering both a day camp and sleepaway camp program to choose from. Or you could even attend both!
Camp Alonim, located in Simi Valley, strives to spark a love for Jewish culture and tradition in our campers by exposing them to a multitude of ways to be Jewish. We offer a variety of activities such as art, mountain biking, swimming, ropes courses, horseback riding, dance, performing arts, sports, and more! We offer both overnight and day camps, with many scholarships available.
Camp Alonim is one of the premier Jewish summer camps in the L.A. area. Be sure to stop by their booth and meet to meet their camp directors and learn about their programs at the April 23 L.A. Calabasas Camp Fair.
Blog posts by Cora Carter of L.A. Summer Camps.com
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