2014 Summer Camp Guide
From art to science and from nature to sports, Delaware summer camps offer something for just about everyone.
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A big draw to this camp owned by the Episcopal Diocese of Delaware is its location on 165 acres of woods, wetlands and beach on Rehoboth Bay, but parents also appreciate the daily chapel and nondenominational religious education classes. Younger children (entering grades two and three) can try out camp with three- to four-night stays, while children entering grades three to 11 stay for sessions of one or two weeks. Fee: Varies by session length.