This is your official summer camp manual.
This is the page you look over with your kids, grandparents, and childcare helpers.
This is the page you send to friends when they ask if you’ve heard of any summer camps happening this summer or they want to know what your kids will be doing when school is out.
This guide includes links to every single summer camp or class in the Terre Haute area that we could find!
We tried not to duplicate content in any of the sections. Every section is unique! So if you’re looking for something in particular, be sure to check multiple categories. Or if you’re open to anything, check them all out! We think there’s something for every interest and age in the 2018 summer camp guide.
Click on the pictures or hyperlinks to see each category in detail.
What’s a summer camp guide without a list of summer sports opportunities? This year, our guide to athletic camps and summer sports teams is proudly brought to you by Rose-Hulman Rec Sports and Athletic Facilities. Ready to spring into swimming? Register for group or private lessons at Rose-Hulman. Our group program is structured to promote water familiarization, safety, correct stroke technique and personal development within an enjoyable and safe environment. Each session consists of six, 45-minute lessons (except for Parent/Child and Level 1, which are 30 minutes in length).
This guide is brought to you by Indiana State University Community School of the Arts. Enroll in their program by May 1 and save 10%!
Most jobs don’t allow parents to take an entire summer off from work. If you need summer-long childcare, you need this guide. It’s proudly sponsored by a new camp, Camp Navigate. The vision of Camp Navigate is that all young people in the Wabash Valley have access to this opportunity to apply their academic skills and acquire new competencies that their future employers will desire, supporting their year-round learning and well-being.
It does the body good to be outdoors! This portion of our guide will give your children plenty of opportunities to get dirty, play outside, and relax in nature. This portion of our guide is proudly brought to you by Saint Mary-of-the-Woods. This year the Summer Camps at the Woods feature theater camps, equestrian camps, and photography camps!
This guide is brought to you by KinderCenter. You can find a complete list of interactive classes with playful themes for infants through age 7 on the KinderCenter website!
These camps are so much fun that campers won’t even realize they’re learning! Thanks to the ISU Community School of the Arts for sponsoring this guide. ISU Community School of the Arts, has a fantastic list of camp options waiting for you. They have classes for tots, teenagers, musicians, magicians, swimmers, painters, thespians, and pianists!
This guide includes special interests such as family camp, cooking classes, and police department camps. This portion of our guide is presented by Wabash Valley YMCA summer camps. This year they have summer-long camps in Vigo, Putnam, and Clay County with a new option of “Adventure Camp” for middle school campers with hiking, kayaking, sewing, and attending professional sports games!