Our kids and grandkids have those sweet summer smiles which means school is over – or almost over – and summer camps are close as well. If you join me at my Facebook page, RosevilleCaliforniaJoys, you hopefully saw that I’ve been sharing various summer camp options there. Sadly, Facebook is not always good at showing everything to everyone. To help with that, I also have RosevilleCaliforniaJoys group page where I’m going to start sharing the camps and other activities as well. Plus here is a recap of many options throughout our area.
Roseville Summer Smiles
Bayside offers some of my fave summer camps – at Granite Bay, Blue Oaks, and Adventure, as well as Folsom and Mid-town. I’ve enjoyed volunteering many times there, with kids then grandkids and even when none could join me. Last I heard, there are still spots available. And today is the last day for a discount (5/31/17)
Bridgeway is offering Camp Kidsway with emoji fun (I LOVE EMOJIs 🙂 )
Centerpoint Roseville has Galactic Starveyors – doesn’t that sound cool! And thanks to Dennis Fredericks for the heads up that First Baptist Orangevale is also sharing this fun VBS. 🙂
Life Community has SummerBlast and today (5/31/17) is the last day for a discount.
Do your kids or grandkids enjoy acting. Roseville Theater Arts Academy – RTAA – has some cool options.
The City of Roseville offers day camps through the summer as well for kids from 4 years to 13.
Roseville Police Activities League (RPAL) has summer fun options! Thanks to Jessica for this vital reminder!
Summer Smiles Further Out
Any basketball fans? Be sure to check out Hardwood Palace‘s summer camp options.
Horse lovers out there? Shadow Glen has you covered with summer camps for kids 7-16 years old.
Martial Arts, anyone?
If you work in Sacramento or have a robotics-interested kiddo and don’t mind driving – Dreamclasses in Sacramento has interesting-sounding camps including junior robotics camp and make a LEGO movie camp. My grandsons would LOVE those. 🙂
Two other cool options in Sacramento are the camps offered by the Sacramento Zoo as well as those offered by FairyTale Town.
More Summer Camp Resources
- One of my fave resources for parents and grandparents is Macaroni Kid and yes, there is a summer camp guide 2017 there as well. 🙂
- Another useful resource is Sacramento Sidetracks with all sorts of great ideas for parents and grandparents. She has a very cool looking Summer Camp Guide 2017 that I highly recommend checking out! And they do have a couple of Roseville options included.
- Yelp has some interesting info on summer camps as well.
Happy Summer 2017
Have a lovely summer and do let us know if you hear of other interesting options – in the comments below, or at Facebook – either RosevilleCaliforniaJoys or my group – RosevilleCaliforniaJoys. 🙂
P.S. I would so appreciate it if you would vote for my blog, Roseville California Joys, at the Sacramento City Voter site. (Used to be called KCRA A-List). It’s a great resource for finding businesses all around the area, so be sure to take a peek. 🙂 Click here.