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2021 Camps

More than 100 camps are listed below by category. Click on the category to go to the section or simply scroll through the entire list. (Please note that some camps are listed under multi-focused camps but might also offer things listed in other sections so be sure to check out the multi-focused section.)

Art-related Camps

Art for you at WeirdGirl Creations Pottery Studio

33 Kent Street, Suite B, Barrington; 401-247-1397

Ages 3-12. Project-based camp working in clay, painting on ceramics, using a potters wheel, draw, paint, and cyanotypes on fabric.


Artists’ Exchange Summer Camps

50 Rolfe Square, Cranston; 401-490-9475

Ages 5-14. Art, Theater, Animation, Ceramics, and Rock ‘N’ Roll camps are taught in professional studios and black box theater. Campers can choose from a variety of camps. Camp days run Monday through Friday, 9 am-3 pm with before and after-care available. Kidoinfo.com Sponsor.


Jamestown Arts Center’s Summer Camps

18 Valley Street, Jamestown; 401-560-0979

Ages 3-15. The JAC offers a variety of dynamic, creative camps and classes. Ceramics, printmaking, theatre, animation, digital photography, and more. Includes field trips.


Linden Place Mansion Summer Art Camp

500 Hope Street, Bristol; 401-253-0390

Ages 6-12. Takes place on the historic grounds of Linden Place Mansion. Costume making, games, creating and acting out skits, dancing, arts & crafts, writing, and singing music.


Mount Saint Charles Fine Arts Camps

800 Logee Street, Woonsocket; 401-769-0310

Grades 4-9. Campers create schedules of six daily classes, choosing from more than 100 courses that include but are not limited to: art, drama, dance, music, languages, photography, magic, and sound recording.


Makers Art Collective Camps

3001 East Main Rd Suite D, Portsmouth, 401-293-0459

Art based camps with a wide range of artistic mediums like Yarn Bombing, Zine making, Polymer Clay explorations, and more. For kids 10-17 who are interested in exploring art, design, and creativity throughout the summer.


Newport Art Museum Art Camps

76 Bellevue Avenue, Newport; (401) 848-8200, hello@newportartmuseum.org

Multiple art camps and classes offered.


Providence Country Day

600 Waterman Avenue, East Providence; 401-438-5170; Emet Schwartz, Schwartz@providencecountryday.org

We will be on-site! June 29-July 31st from 9-3pm with an after care program that can run from 8-5pm and there will be a multi-week discount. Offering daily, unique and engaging workshops for ages 5-15. Workshops will include cooking from around the world, yoga, Bubble Prints, and so much more. Gives a place for campers to connect and engage despite these uncertain times.


Rhode Island School of Design Continuing Education

Two College Street, Providence; 401-454-6200

Ages 6-17. RISD|CE’s Young Artist Program provides a strong grounding in the visual arts and encourages creative and personal growth through self- expression.


Warwick Center for the Arts Camps

Warwick Center for the Arts, 3259 Post Road, Warwick; 401-737-0010

June 28-August 13, 2021.  Full and half days available. For further information: danielle@warwickcfa.org or 401-737-0010 or www.warwickcfa.org. We are excited to announce our 2021 Summer Art Camp! We have a variety of courses being offered such as Comics and Coloring Books, The Art of Musical Theater, Superhero Mangam and more!

Academic, Language, and Leadership Camps

Brown University Pre-College Summer Programs

200 Dyer Street, Box T, Providence

Ivy League Academics for students in grades 8-12. More than 300 academic courses. college credit, study abroad, online courses, middle school science program, Leadership Institute, environmental leadership.


Camp Invention

Foster, Lincoln, Providence, and in MA: Attleboro, Bellingham, Swansea, Norton, Mansfield, Westport; 800-968-4332, campinvention@invent.org Grades K-6. A STEM camp led by local teachers, which taps into kids’ natural curiosity, giving them the opportunity to become innovators through teamwork and immersive, hands-on creative problem-solving.


CMC Chess Camp

Providence and Newport, RI, Foxboro and Lexington, MA; Yaneth, 598- 7984, yzamora@chessmasterconnections.org

Ages 5-14. Increase logic/reasoning/problem-solving/analytical thinking skills, improve decision-making and organizational habits, increase self-confidence, and increase patience and persistence. Full and half day available.


Connecting for Children & Families Camps

Multiple locations in Woonsocket; 401) 766-3384; info@ccfcenter.org

Chillin’ & Skillin’: Grades 3-5. Integrates math and literacy into art, theater, environmental science, health/safety, sports, swimming, cooking and field trips.

  • Get Connected Summer Camp: Grades 6-8. Environmental science, zoology, technology, recycled arts, service learning, gardening, games, art, sports, cooking & nutrition, swimming, field trips, etc.
  • Camp Discovery: Grades K-2. Science, math, reading, art, physical education and field trips weekly.
  • Stay Connected: Grades 9-12. Environmental science, career exploration, art, service learning, current events, games, cooking, sports, field trips, etc.


Debate Camp

The Wheeler School, 216 Hope St. Providence; 1-888-512-8154; info@debatecamp.com

Public Speaking, Debating and Model United Nations for students rising grades 5 through 11, all abilities. Develop skills in the effective structure of parliamentary debate, brainstorming and case construction, teamwork, refutation and counterpoints and effective delivery of all speeches.


French American School of RI Camps

75 John Street, Providence; 401-274-3325

Kids learn French while engaging in various enrichment activities. Half and full day available. Ages 3-10.


Girls Leadership Camp

Moses Brown School, Providence, and Rocky Hill School, E. Greenwich; 401-824-4138; ianthe@girlsleadershipcollaborative.com For girls entering 3rd-8th grade. Participants identify personal leadership styles and individual strengths while participating in outdoor challenges, ropes course, swimming/kayaking, scavenger hunt, yoga and more.


Providence Country Day School 

660 Waterman Avenue, East Providence; 401-438-5170; Emet Schwartz, Schwartz@providencecountryday.org

We will be on-site! June 29-July 31st from 9-3pm with an after care program that can run from 8-5pm and there will be a multi-week discount. Offering daily, unique and engaging workshops for ages 5-15. Workshops will include cooking from around the world, yoga, Bubble Prints, and so much more. Gives a place for campers to connect and engage despite these uncertain times.


Rhode Island Tutorial & Educational Services Camps

334 East Avenue, Suite 3 Pawtucket; 401-723-4459

Hands-on, fun, engaging academic camps for grades 1-12: reading, writing, spelling, math, study skills; 1:8 teacher/student ratio; 1-to-1 tutoring also available.


Snapology of Northeast RI

Click to see locations; 401-529-3680

Grades 1-12. LEGO® themed educational camps and workshops. Robotics, video game design, STEAM/STEM camps.


The Grace School Arts & Smarts Summer Camp

100 Eddy Street, Providence; 401-533-9100

Grades 1-5. State-of-the-art campus with a hands-on integrated science or social studies unit including art, music, digital media, and Spanish.


Sylvan Learning Camps

East Providence, Coventry, Cumberland

Hands-on learning, reading, writing, study skills, STEM (science, technology, engineering and math).

Animal & Nature Camps

Audubon Summer Camp: Environmental Education Center

1401 Hope St., Bristol, RI and the Caratunk Wildlife Refuge, 301 Brown Ave., Seekonk, MA; 401-949-5454, x3014; camp@asri.org

Nature discovery, science, hikes, habitat explorations, live animals, games, crafts, and lots of outdoor time.


Bay Camps with Save The Bay

Bristol, Newport, Providence, Wickford, and Westerly; 401-272-3540, ext. 139

Week-long half- and full-day camps for K-12 on Narragansett Bay. Counselors with marine science and education training and backgrounds. Hands-on activities in navigation, charts, plankton, and marine life, plus marine-based games and activities. Campers cruise on Save The Bay vessels to various islands to explore salt marshes and shorelines and enjoy snorkeling and swimming on the beach. High School Bay Camp is designed to allow older students to explore possible college or career paths in marine science.


Casey Farm Summer Camps

2325 Boston Neck Road, Saunderstown; Adam Lowe, 401-237-7472; ALowe@HistoricNewEngland.org

A variety of one-day, three-day, or one-week camp experiences for ages 3 to 13. Campers engage in outdoor fun, interact with farm animals, pick fresh vegetable snacks, play games, make crafts, listen to stories, and participate in farm activities.


Frosty Drew Nature Weeks

Frosty Drew Nature Center & Observatory, Ninigret Park, Charlestown; 401-859-1450

Guided by experienced naturalists, children explore the shore of Ninigret Pond and the Ninigret National Wildlife Refuge.


Mount Hope Farm Camp Wetu

250 Metacom Avenue (Route 136), Bristol; 401-254-1745, info@mounthopefarm.org

Ages 6-12. 127-acre historic grounds. Games, competitions, sports, and crafts. Interact with livestock including Nigerian dwarf goats, donkeys, and pheasants. Also interact with the local community including the Pokanoket Indian tribe and other local educators.


Mystic Aquarium Camps

55 Coogan Blvd, Mystic, CT

Ages 3-16. Hands-on activities, up-close animal encounters, field trips and other fun and educational experiences. Day camps for younger children, overnight camps for older children.


Norman Bird Sanctuary Camp

583 3rd Beach Rd, Middletown: Nicole Lavoie, 401-846-2577-x32

A nonprofit, 325-acre wildlife sanctuary & environmental educationcenter, offers day camp programs for children from age 3.5 to 14. Hands-on learning, games, animal encounters, and team building.


Roger Williams Park Zoo Camps

1000 Elmwood Avenue, Providence

Fill your child’s days with games, hands-on activities, crafts, animal encounters and tours of the Zoo. It’s a great opportunity for kids ages 4-13 to learn, explore and develop a deeper bond with the natural world during summer vacation.

Girls & Boys Club Camps

Blackstone Valley Boys & Girls Club Camps

1115 Canal St, Blackstone, MA; 508-928-7446 Ages 6-13. Basic and extended day camps.


Boys and Girls Club, Cumberland/Lincoln

1 James McKee Way, Cumberland; Tamara Burman, 401-333-4850, tburman@bgccl.org

Day camp for youth 6-12 years of age.


Boys & Girls Club of East Providence – Camp Crosby

150 Annawamscutt Drive, Bristol

Ages 5-13. Camp Crosby is owned and operated by The Boys & Girls Club of East Providence.


Boys & Girls Clubs of Newport County – Camp Grosvenor

11 Miner Rd, Saunderstown; Lauren Schmieg, 401.847.6927 x22; camp@bgcnewport.org

95 acres of woodland along the Pettaquamscutt River – arts & crafts, swimming, boating, ropes course, and sports.


Boys & Girls Club of Pawtucket – Camp Ramsbottom

(Rehoboth, MA); Kery Kozlowski, 401-722-8840

For boys and girls, 6-13: archery, art, basketball, crafts, fishing, hiking, horseback riding, mountain biking, soccer, swimming, tennis and much more. Bus service from Rhode Island and Massachusetts.


Boys and Girls Clubs of Warwick Camp

Masonic Youth Center, 116 Long St, Warwick; Nicole LaChapelle, 401- 467-4385, nicole@wbgclubs.org

Day camp with differently themed weeks. Ages 6-13.

Cooking & Food Camps


North Kingstown, Providence, South County; 401-294-6800

Combines food and cooking, fitness, and communication skills for kids ages 7-15.


Made by Me Cooking School

691 Main Street, Warren; 413-237-0384

Engaging kids in the kitchen while creating a new generation of foodies. Offers birthday parties, classes, and camps.


Providence Country Day

600 Waterman Avenue, East Providence; 401-438-5170; Emet Schwartz, Schwartz@providencecountryday.org

We will be on-site! June 29-July 31st from 9-3pm with an after care program that can run from 8-5pm and there will be a multi-week discount. Offering daily, unique and engaging workshops for ages 5-15. Workshops will include cooking from around the world, yoga, Bubble Prints, and so much more. Gives a place for campers to connect and engage despite these uncertain times.


Taste Buds Kitchen

5600 Post Road, Unit #110, East Greenwich, Rhode Island 02818

A fresh and unique menu is offered each week for ages 4 to teen. Join for a few weeks or a single day. Extended day and Counselor in Training offered.

Girl & Boy Scout Camps

Girl Scouts of Southeastern New England

Camp Cookie, Chepachet; Camp Green Forest, West Kingston; Camp Promising Acres, Swansea, MA; and Camp Rocky Farm, Newport. Charlotte Markey, 401-331-4500 X 1419; cmarkey@gssne.org

Day Camp – arts & crafts, swimming, boating, hiking, campfires, cookouts.


Narragansett Council Boy Scouts Camps

61 Camp Yawgoog Rd, Rockville, RI 02873, 401-351-8700

Day and overnight camps for scouts, family camps.

Multi-focused Camps

Aim High Academy

3355 South County Trail East Greenwich; 401-886-7827

Indoor and outdoor activities including arts & crafts, adventure play, games, and water play. Gymnastics camps for school age children and GTC junior for children 3-5 years of age.


Aquidneck Island Day Camp

Pennfield School, Portsmouth; Chris Belanger, 864-3183

Campers choose from a menu of activities, including: horseback riding, sailing, the beach, hiking, art, academic learning, and more.


Alton Jones Camp

401 Victory Highway, West Greenwich; John Jacques, 401-397- 3304; altonjones@uri.edu

Overnight Camp; Farm Day Camp; Eco-Zone Day Camp; Specialty Expeditions; Teen X Day Camp.


Camp Aldersgate

1043 Snake Hill Rd, North Scituate; Jenn Becker Carpenter, 401-568- 4350, info@campaldersgate.com

Camper’s Choice and Living Arts Camps. Owned and operated by the United Methodist Church of New England.


Camp Cedarwood

Barrington Baptist Church, 25 Old County Road, Barrington; 401-246-0188; cedarwood@bbcri.org

Grades K-8. A program for the physical, social and spiritual development of the campers. Teen Leadership Program (Leaders In Training) for grades 9-11 which gives teens an opportunity to develop leadership skills, plan team building activities and learn life skills with others their own age.


Camp Jori

1065 Wordens Pond Rd, Wakefield; Deb Salinger, 401-783-7000; info@campjori.com

Day and overnight camp; Leaders in Training; Jump into Jori; CIT/Israel Journey.


Camp Phoenix

2214 Providence Pike, North Smithfield; campphoenixri@gmail.com; Seasonal Office Phone: 401-573-2267

Located behind the North Smithfield Elementary School. K-8. Nine week traditional summer camp.


Canonicus Camp And Conference

54 Exeter Rd, Exeter, RI 02822-3802; 401-294-6318; camp@canonicus.org

Day Camp and Resident Camp. American Baptist Churches of Rhode Island.


Episcopal Conference Center Camps

872 Reservoir Road, Pascoag; 401-568-4055

Multiple types of camps for children and teens.


Everywood Day Camp

125 Lakeview St. Sharon, MA; 781-694-5829

Situated along the shores of Lake Massapoag, 30 minutes from Providence with transportation included. Everwood offers campers from ages 4 to 15 a summer of adventure, sports, arts, and outdoor activities. Also teen leadership program.


Friends Academy

1088 Tucker Rd, North Dartmouth, MA; 508-999-1356

Ages 3-18. Multiple types of camp based on ages and activities. Adventure, art, cooking and baking, college application boot camp, cycling, drama, digital movie making, digital music, engineering, fencing, historical dolls, jewelry making, martial arts, math, Mindcraft, music, natural science, photography, physics, robotics, rocketry, science, simple machines, skateboarding, social skills, Spanish, sports, spy school, stop motion animation, web design, woodworking, writing and more.


Gordon School

45 Maxfield Avenue, East Providence, RI 02914

Seven weeks serving age 3 to 14 with a an additional late-August week for Gordon families. Full-day and part-day options, and new choices every week for ages five and over. Discounts for siblings.


Irons Homestead Camp

688 Snake Hill Rd, Glocester; Jennifer Geary; 401-710-9478; IronsHomestead@ricucc.org

Forest Day Camp; Water World; Mission Possible (service related); Paint the Town (arts). Rhode Island Conference United Church of Christ.


Kingston’s Camp on Larkin’s Pond

2795 Ministerial Rd, West Kingston; Lisa-Beth, 401-783-8620; info@kingstonscamp.com

All Outdoor Traditional Day Camp, teaching about conserving and preserving the environment, nature, ecology and non-violence. Science, art, crafts, and drama projects utilize plants, animals & recyclables. Games, lessons, and activities focus on fixing problems, teach teamwork, conflict reconciliation, and promote campers growth in a natural environment.


Lincoln School Camps

301 Butler Avenue, Providence; 401-331-9696 ext. 4103

Ages 3-12, multiple themes: Little lynx, Surf Camp, Agawam Hunt Club, Drone Racing, Code Like a Girl.


Moses Brown Summer Camps

250 Lloyd Avenue, Providence; 401-831-7350, Ext. 150 or 296; ww.facebook.com/MosesBrownSchool

Day camp featuring traditional recreation camps, specialty, and several sports camps for children ages 3-17. All camps are held on the Moses Brown campus in Providence and include a mixture of arts, chess, computers, design/build, forensics, invention, music, swimming, and sports. Kidoinfo Sponsor.


Mother of Hope Day Camp

1589 Putnam Pike Aka Route 44, Chepachet; Michelle Losardo, 401-568- 3580, mlosardo@dioceseofprovidence.org

Co-educational day camp for children ages 5-12. Private beach on Echo Lake, bath house, athletic fields, basketball court, hiking trails, picnic area, arts and crafts center, nature center, assembly pavilions, playground, challenge course, archery range, infirmary, fishing area, canoeing and a beautiful camp chapel.

Roman Catholic but children of all backgrounds and religions are welcome.


Ocean State Montessori School

100 Grove Ave, East Providence, RI 02914, (401) 434-6913

Ages 3-6. Science experiments, creative movement, storytelling, drama, cooking, games, mindfulness, swimming lessons, field trips, and/or special guests. Also offers vacation camps.


Pennfield School Camp

Little Slocum Farm, 110 Sandy Point Avenue, Portsmouth; 401-849- 4646; Diane Campagna, dcampagna@pennfield.org

19 acres of farmland, state-of-the-art facilities. Gymnasium, athletic fields, playgrounds, art studio, computer lab, science lab, and auditorium.


Portsmouth Abbey Summer Program

285 Cory’s Lane, Portsmouth; Director of the Summer Program, Mrs. Cat Caplin, 401-643-1390.

Rising students in grades 7, 8, and 9, Classes taught by Portsmouth Abbey faculty, athletics, campus activities, and weekend trips including Martha’s Vineyard, whale-watching, Six Flags, and beach days in Newport.


Providence Children’s Museum Camp

100 South Street, Providence; (401) 273-5437

Spend time in a Children’s Museum filled with fun and educational activities. Kidoinfo Sponsor.


Rhode Island College Camps

600 Mount Pleasant Avenue, Providence

  • Summer Sports Camp (Ages 7-15, 401-456-8007); Henry Bernard
  • School Explorations Summer Camp (Ages 6-11, Mark Young, 401-456-8811, myoung@ric.edu); Music Institute at RIC (Ages – entering 9th grade through seniors); Summer Writing Camp (K-12, Dina DeCristofaro, Camp Coordinator, riwritingproject@gmail.com.)

Rocky Hill Country Day School

530 Ives Road, East Greenwich; 401-884-9070

Join us for Summer by the Bay! June 22 – August 7. From traditional camps to specialty and Nike sports camps, come experience a summer like no other. Day camps for children ages 3-14 that provide opportunities to learn, explore and enjoy the summer on our 84 acre waterfront campus. Programs range from traditional day camps to computer coding, to culinary classes and sports camps. Our traditional full or half-day programs, Critter Camp, Jr. Mariners, and Mariners, are our most popular camps.  Our sports camps are run by adults who know their sport and are both top-level players themselves and experienced coaches. Imagine camps in drama, jewelry making, waterfront painting, coding, and even woodworking! Visit rockyhill.org or contact Karah Chartrand at kchartrand@rockyhill.org for more information.


Summer at St. Michael’s

180 Rhode Island Ave, Newport RI 02840, (401) 849-5970, smcds.org/summer

Ages 3 to 12. Boys & girls lacrosse with Team Real and a Maker’s Lab Camp. Tennis, Chess, Lego Robotics, and themed weeks for younger campers (3 -5) including Pirate Adventures, Little Picasso’s, Creepy Crawlies and more. For Junior Adventures (1st – 4th grade): Camp Detectives, Mad Science, American Girl, and Wizarding World. Pool swimming, crafts and story time. Contact: Nicole Nicoletta at: summerprograms@smcds.org. Also see under Theater Section 13.


Summer J-Camp at the Dwares JCC

401 Elmgrove Avenue, Providence; 401-421-4111

For children ages 3-15. Coordinated Judaic themes that focus on universal human values, swim lessons, weekly field trips & special visitors, lots of outdoor play, activities including art, cooking, sports, science & nature, acting, travel, and more.


The Children’s Workshop

Providence (401- 383-9958), Lincoln (401-334-2210), Smithfield (401) 233-2828, Cranston (401-228-3317), North Kingstown (401-294-2340), East Greenwich (401-884-0440), Rumford (401-434-1118), Pawtucket (401-728-3050), Central Falls (401-727-4474), Warren (401-247-2503) and Westerly, (401) 315-5544)

Child care and early education provider, children ages 6 weeks – 12 years. Educational activities, field trips, swimming and events.


The Gordon School Camp

45 Maxfield Avenue, East Providence, 401-434-3833; admission@gordonschool.org

Pre-K to 9th grade. Day camp, theater, basketball, engineering design.


The Grace School Arts & Smarts Summer Camp

100 Eddy Street, Providence; 401-533-9100

Grades 1-5. State-of-the-art campus with a hands-on integrated science or social studies unit including art, music, digital media, and Spanish.

Music & Dance Camps

Festival Ballet Providence School Camp

825 Hope St. Providence; 401-353-1129; info@festivalballetprovidence.org

Camps, programs, and classes for children, teens, and adults.


School of Rock Camps

North Providence, Seekonk, Attleboro

Intermediate to advanced camps: Rookies, Classical Rock, Beatles, Rock 101, Best of the 90s, Rock Through the Years, songwriting, Imagine Dragons, heavy metal, modern music, music theory, and recording.


The Brae Crest School of Classical Ballet

52 Sherman Avenue Lincoln; 401-334-2560

Official school of the State Ballet of RI. Ages 4-12. Offers a variety of ballet programs based on age, ability, and desired level of intensity.

Sailing Camps

Community Boating Center Camp

109 India St., Providence; 401-454-SAIL (7245)

Summer Sailing Camp for beginning through advanced levels. Group outreach, adult programs, and waterfront facility rentals also available. Ages 8-16, no previous sailing experience required.


Oliver Hazard Perry Summer Camp

11A Bridge Street, Newport; 401.841.0080; info@ ohpri.org

Education-at-sea programs.


Summer Seamanship Program

Herreshoff Marine Museum, One Burnside Street, PO Box 450, Bristol; 401-253-5000

Ages 7-15. Sailing programs. Classes are taught on the Herreshoff 12 ½s – 16 foot wooden sloops with jib, main & spinnaker – or Sea Sprite 23s on Narragansett Bay.


University of Rhode Island Sailing Camps

URI Sailing Center, 236 Salt Pond Road, Wakefield; Coordinator David Livingston, dlivingston@uri.edu; 401-783-0797

Ages 6-16 and adults. Tadpole, beginners, intermediate, adventure Fridays, private instruction, and adult classes. Instructors use inquiry-based, experiential teaching techniques.

Special Needs Camps

Camp Hope

At Camp Aldersgate, 1043 Snake Hill Road, North Scituate RI, 02857, 401-568-43450

A week long residential camp for campers ages 7-17 who have or had cancer, and their siblings, free of charge.


Sail to Prevail Camp

Sail To Prevail, Inc., Newport and Nantucket.

Creates opportunities for disabled children and adults to overcome adversity through therapeutic sailing.


Camp Ruggles

688 Snake Hill Rd, North Scituate; James Field, 401.567.8914; campruggles@gmail.com

Therapeutic summer day camp program for children 6-12, who are clinically diagnosed with emotional and behavioral disabilities.

Sports Camps

Aim High Academy

3355 South County Trail East Greenwich; 401-886-7827

Gymnastics camps for school age children and GTC junior for children 3-5 years of age.


Brown University Summer Sports Camps

401-863-5988; sportscamps@brown.edu

More than 50 day and overnight sports camps including: baseball, basketball, diving, fencing, field hockey, football, lacrosse, rowing, soccer, squash, swimming, tennis, volleyball, water polo, and wrestling. Led by Brown’s varsity coaches, their staff and current Brown athletes.


CCRI Summer Basketball Camp

400 East Avenue, Warwick; Rich Harris, Director, 825-1056 or 323-8483 Offensive and defensive skills development for boys and girls ages 6-18. All campers receive a t-shirt, basketball and written evaluation.


Dream Big Gymnastics

41 Comstock Parkway, Cranston; 229-8946

Half or full day camp experience for boys and girls ages 4 and up with multiple theme weeks.


Ed Cooley Basketball Camp

Providence College, 401-865-2266, sgaber@providence.edu

Father/son camp, day and overnight camp.


Lead the Way Field Hockey Camps

Brown University, Providence & Rocky Hill School, East Greenwich, also in Massachusetts and Connecticut

Grades 1-12. Camp programs by ages and skill levels, clinics, and prep clinics.


Premiere Martial Arts – Cranston and North Kingstown

1099 Park Ave., Cranston; 401-219-0166; pmacranston@gmail.com

6639 Post Rd, North Kingstown; 401-219-0166; pmanorthkingstown@gmail.com

Ages 3-adult. Martial arts skills.


Mount Saint Charles Sports Camps

800 Logee Street, Woonsocket; 401-769-0310

Sports Camp: Baseball, basketball, lacrosse, soccer, tennis, volleyball.


Peter Pan Surfing Academy Camps

Narragansett Town Beach and South Kingstown Town Beach

Surfing Camp: 14-18 years old. Four-day surfing camp series. Eight weeks of sessions. Also Stand-Up Paddleboard: Two sessions in Narragansett and South Kingstown Beach Skimboard Camp: Two sessions with East Coast skimboard champion Drew Bruno of South Kingstown.


Providence Country Day School All Sports Camp

660 Waterman Avenue, East Providence; 401-438-5170; Emet Schwartz, Schwartz@providencecountryday.org

We will be on-site! June 29-July 31st from 9-3pm with an after care program that can run from 8-5pm and there will be a multi-week discount. Offering daily, unique and engaging workshops for ages 5-15. Workshops will include cooking from around the world, yoga, Bubble Prints, and so much more. Gives a place for campers to connect and engage despite these uncertain times. Kidoinfo Sponsor.


Rhode Island Fencing Academy and Club Camp

14 Almeida Avenue, East Providence

All skill levels. Full and half day camps. Beginners develop a solid foundation of skills, while experienced fencers greatly improve performance.


Rock Spot Climbing

Lincoln, Peace Dale, and Providence

Rock climbing. All abilities. Indoor or outdoor camps available.


Teamworks Warwick Camp

170 Jefferson Blvd, Warwick; 401-463-5565

Ages 4-14. Indoor/outdoor sports facility, flexible scheduling (full week, single day, extended day), weekly theme days.

Theater Camps

JORIPAC Performing Arts Camp

1065 Wordens Pond Road, Wakefield; 401-421-4111 x124

Camp JORI introduces JORIPAC – a performing arts ‘camp-within-a- camp’. Open to teens in 7th – 10th grade who want to immerse themselves in performance.


St. John Paul II Drama Camp

St. Pius V Church – Church Hall, 55 Elmhurst Avenue, Providence; 401- 751-4871; kpeloguin@spvri.org

Grades 5-8; Half and full day available; singing and acting techniques; film and television; musical theater tips; improvisation; dance and choreography; week culminates with a show; no experience required.


Stadium Summer Stage

Stadium Theatre and Conservatory for the Performing Arts, 28 Monument Square, Woonsocket; 401-762-4545

Theater Instruction from experienced directors & choreographers, Improvisation games & exercises, daily dance parties, Spirit Days, participation in a Grand Finale musical performance for family & friends,.Ages 5-16.


Theatre at St. Michael’s

180 Rhode Island Ave, Newport RI 02840, (401) 849-5970, smcds.org/summer Ages 9–18. Create, rehearse, and produce a unique theatrical event including an original movie screened at the Jane Pickens Theater, an original musical written by campers, and a pair of Shakespearean plays. Campers are involved in all aspects of the production. No previous experience is necessary. Contact: Christina Johnston at cjohnston@smcds.org. Also see Section 7, Multi-focused Camps.

YMCA Camps

 Barrington: YMCA – Camp Manitoo

70 West St, Barrington; Michael Squatrito, (401) 245-2444; msquatrito@gpymca.org

A traditional day camp program for school-age (entering grades 1-6) children.


Charlestown: Ocean Community YMCA – Camp Watchaug

160 Prosser Trl, Charlestown; Danita Ballantyne, 401-364-6535; dballantyne@oceancommunityymca.org

Day Camp; Fort Building; Water Sports; Lego Camp; Counselor-in-Training; Drama; Tails & Trails; Eco Quest. 2019 Open Houses dates will be from 1-3 pm on April 6, May 4 and June 1.


Coventry: Westwood YMCA

2093 Harkney Hill Rd, Coventry; Pat Falvey, 401-397-7779; westwood@ymcapawt.org

Grades K-10. Camp Rainbow; Camp Exploration; Camp Adventure; Voyagers; Sports Camp; Specialty Camps: Fort Building, Fishing, Drama, Aquatic Adventures, Pioneering, Martial Arts, Weird Science, Fishing II, Fort Building II.


Johnston: YMCA Camp Massasoit

Shore Drive, Johnston, RI 02910; Robert Houston, 401-943-0444, rhouston@gpymca.org

Program is designed to build self-confidence, encourage group participation and create opportunities for self discovery.


Lincoln: MacColl YMCA

32 Breakneck Hill Rd, Lincoln; Karen Guerrier, 401-725-0773; kguerrier@ymcapawt.org

Camp Discovery; Sprouts Sports: soccer; basketball, dance, cheer, Camp Care-A-Lot; Camp U-Go-To; Dance Camp; Cheerleading Camp; Swim Camp; Soccer Camp; Basketball Camp; Adventure Camp; Camp Trailblazers; Explorers Camp; Teen Camp.


Middletown: Newport County YMCA Camps

792 Valley Rd, Middletown; Kristen Petrarca, 401-847-9200, kristenp@newportymca.org

Traditional and specialty day camps.


Pawtucket: Heritage Park YMCA

333 Roosevelt Ave, Pawtucket; Christy Carrion, 401-727-

7050; ccarrion@ymcapawt.org

Pioneers and Voyagers camps.


Pawtucket Family YMCA

20 Summer St, Pawtucket; Amanda Choiniere, 401-727-7900; achoiniere@ymcapawt.org

Camp Dino-Mytes; Aim High Camp; Sports Camp; Explorers Adventure Camp; Girl Power; Explorer I Camp; Intern Camp (teens).


Peace Dale: YMCA Camp Broad Rock

165 Broad Rock Rd, Peace Dale; Jennifer Martin, 401-783- 3900; jmartin@gpymca.org

Day camp – pre-school & teens are major focus. Choices include sports, adventure, arts & crafts, performing, low ropes for team-building activities, archery range, indoor & outdoor basketball courts, five-lane indoor aquatics center, 20 acres of fields and woods for exploration and activities.


Wakefield: YMCA Camp Fuller

619 Camp Fuller Rd, Wakefield, RI 02879-4517; Peter Swain, 401-783- 5359, pswain@gpymca.org

Co-ed Resident Camp – land and water sports.


Warwick: YMCA Camp Ok-Wa-Nessett

900 Centerville Rd, Warwick, RI; Becky Merritt, 401-828-0130, rmerritt@gpymca.org

117 acres of woods, trails, fields, sports, skate park, ropes courses, archery, and ponds.


Woonsocket: YWCA Summer Adventure Camp

514 Blackstone St, Woonsocket; Director Nathan J Smith, 401-769- 7450; ywcaofnri@aol.com

Summer camp for children ages 6-15.

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