Many families view specialty camps as all the rage, but L.A. has its fair share of traditional summer camp camps, too. In fact these types of programs have been a staple for Los Angeles children to enjoy every summer for years.
One such program is Young Set Club.
For over 30 years, Young Set Club has provided a hands-on experience where campers choose from a variety of activities, have opportunity to progressively build skills, and gain a sense of belonging. Their camp leaders -- their counselors and staff -- build a culture that encourages everyone to help each other become more creative and thrive in a fun and supportive camp environment.
Young set club is a traditional summer day camp located in Thousand Oaks. To learn more about the Young Set Club's program and meet their staff in person, come to the L.A. Camp Fair on Saturday, April 14 at Conejo Creek North Park.
Not only will you meet representatives from Young Set Club, there will be many other excellent camps and programs who operate summer camps in Los Angeles just like theirs for you to discover.
The L.A. Camp Fair is free and fun for everyone and will be an exciting event for the whole family, so be sure to join the fun on April 14.
Year after year, sports summer camps are among the most popular programs for kids and 2018 is no different. It's only January and we've already heard from many sports camp owners and directors their camps are beginning to fill up.
There's still time to sign up, though, and lots of time to find a great sports camp for you!
Where's the best way to find a great sports camp? Come to the L.A. Camp Fair at UCLA in March!
Over 75 camps and programs will be on display, including one of the top sports camps in Los Angeles, Iverbe Day and Sports Camp
Iverbe is a camp that's dedicated to creating a fun, positive summer experience in a safe environment at the Willows Community School, Palisades High School and at St. Anastasia School in Westchester.
The program is committed to providing your child with a uniquely personal camp experience. Iverbe's camp counselors understand the importance of developing relationships with their campers and will help them build meaningful relationships with each other. The camp's goal is to provide a safe, supportive environment where campers are free to explore their capabilities and focus on having fun.
To meet the staff from Iverbe and many other sports camps and programs this summer, get your free tickets to the L.A. Camp Fair today.
Camp Helping Hands (CHH) is Southern California’s premier service-learning summer camp. CHH gets young children involved in their community by way of service-learning. Through service projects and field trips, participants work together to make a difference in their community where it is needed most. Campers grow confident and compassionate.
Camp Helping Has has six locations to serve you including Encino, Northridge, Santa Clarita, Thousand Oaks, and West Hills.
Camp Helping Hands will be exhibiting at the April 23 Camp Fair in Calabasas. Be sure to stop by their booth to meet their camp staff and learn about their program.
Blog posts by Cora Carter of L.A. Summer Camps.com