Kidsburgh’s 2024 Summer Camp Guide for the Pittsburgh region (more than 60 camps!)
Photo above courtesy of the Kamin Science Center.
Summer may seem far away, but local camps are already gearing up for a season of fun and learning. As always, we’re excited to bring you our updated summer camp guide for 2024, filled with more than 60 great camp options for summer fun, exercise and enrichment.
Scroll all the way down to see what’s available, and please check back periodically — we will keep adding more camps and updating information as camp organizers contact us.
1. Kamin (formerly Carnegie) Science Center
Carnegie Science Center offers a wide range of camps for ages 4-14. Kids can step into the shoes of a space scientist to search the universe for habitable planets. They can learn about superhuman science or take a scientific voyage through the Magic School Bus and dive into video game design. Registration opens for Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh members on March 4 and to the public on March 11. A limited number of need-based scholarships are available.
2. August Wilson African American Cultural Center’s Hip-Hop Camp: Dance
The AWAACC is bringing back their Dance Camp for the third year. Led by educator Christian “JITA” Brown, this camp teaches the fundamentals of dance and highlights what makes hip-hop dance an influential style. JITA will take students ages 10 to 16 on a journey through popping, locking, and break dancing, while encouraging them to use their individual style and personality. Kids can attend some or all sessions (though attending all is recommended and rates are discounted) on June 8, June 29 and July 13, 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. Students will perform at the Center’s July Community Day on July 20. Class size will be limited to ensure all students receive proper instructions to achieve their goals. Get all the details and register here.
3. Pittsburgh Cultural Trust
The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust’s Camps for Creatives are perfect for arts-focused or arts-curious kids. These popular sessions return in June with camps for everyone from 3-year-olds to high school seniors. The five-day camps concentrate on developing creative skills in topics like theater production, sewing and design, storytelling and science. Registration is now open for everything from Theatre Production Camp and Global Art Explorers to Costumes, Cosplay and Capers! camp.
4. The Discovery School Day Camp
This nature-based camp is located at The Discovery School in Allison Park, offering a full-day camp for kids who are entering grades 1 through 6. Sessions during June and July will include a mix of outdoor fun on the school’s seven-acre nature campus (including daily kayaking on the pond and field games), as well as indoor activities (including fun in the art studio and maker space). Campers will also find daily specials such as a seven-acre treasure hunt, water day, s’mores and stories in the woods, and a counselor vs. camper water balloon fight. Lunch and snacks are included and before-care is available at no cost. Learn more and register here.
5. Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy
Kids ages 4-14 are the focus of Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy’s summer camps based out of the Frick Environmental Center. Camps are geared to specific ages, so kids get the most from the experience. In Kinder Camp, for example, 4- and 5-year-olds dig for worms, plant seeds and sing songs. Fifth and sixth graders in Outdoor Expedition Camp take part in hands-on projects and skill-building activities while exploring the beautiful spaces in Frick Park. This year, registration opens at 5:30 p.m. on Feb. 21. Scholarships (called “camperships”) are available — details here.
6. Dragon’s Den
Dragon’s Den returns for the 2024 summer camp season with another great lineup. This transformative educational environment reinvented the former St. Mary Magdalene Church as a two-level rope course and zipline. Kids ages 7-13 will find exciting camps that range from the Knight’s Olympics and Imagination Den to the Dragon’s Lab. Camps include field trips and outdoor fun in the sun. Browse camps and register here. Partial and full scholarships are available.
7. Pittsburgh Musical Theater Conservatory
Summer Musical Theater Camp at the PMT Conservatory shines the spotlight on kids ages 4-18. The four-week camps train kids in acting, voice and dance, but also help kids build confidence, make new friendships and learn collaboration. Teens can choose from a performance, dance or technical theater/design track. Campers rehearse for a full-scale performance as a grand finale. This summer’s shows will soon be announced and registration opens soon. Financial aid and payment plans are available.
8. The Children’s Museum
Summer camps at the Children’s Museum will host sessions for kids ages 4 through 13. Camps will run from June 10 to Aug. 16. Topics will include artmaking, storytelling, nature, game design and metalworking. Details are available now and registration opens Feb. 19 for museum members and Feb. 21 for the general public. Limited scholarships are available, with applications due by March 1. Get all the details here.
9. Pittsburgh Zoo
You might say Summer Zoo Camps are pretty wild. Each five-day week is packed with animal encounters, guided tours and themed classroom lessons designed to be fun and engaging for specific age groups. Themes this year include Amazing Animals, Wild Destinations and Photos for Conservation. Registration begins Feb. 7.
10. Shady Side Academy
Summer camps at Shady Side Academy, designed with working parents in mind, include before-care and free lunch. Kids from pre-K through high school will find a range of weekly camps on four campuses in Fox Chapel and Point Breeze. Sports-minded kids can focus skills on hockey, golf or tennis, while maker kids can choose hands-on STEAM camps. High school kids can take for-credit classes in art, math and science, as well as courses in essay writing and SAT/ACT prep. The complete lineup and registration will be available in mid-February.
11. Jewish Community Center
JCC Day Camps organize kids from kindergarten to eighth grade in three locations — Squirrel Hill, Monroeville and the South Hills. Registration is now open for this wonderfully wide-ranging set of camps. The fun includes science, sports and everything in between. Exact dates vary by location, but dates for their various camps run from June 17 through Aug. 18. You can find the complete catalog here. Financial assistance is available for members, and eligible families can also receive financial assistance for JCC membership.
12. Sarah Heinz House
Registration is now open for day camp (preschool through tenth graders) at Sarah Heinz House and Heinz House Resident Camp (grades 1-12) on the Slippery Rock Creek in Ellwood City. Kids can have a great summer at the House or go away to a camp experience designed to entertain and educate them about the importance of teamwork, effective communication and also valuable wilderness skills. Day camp at Sarah Heinz House begins June 17. The 11-day overnight camps begin June 16 for boys and July 14 for girls. Pre-care and post-care will be available for day campers. Limited financial assistance is available.
13. National Aviary
As of Feb. 1, some of the National Aviary summer camps (Toddler Camp and Little Explorers) are already sold out for 2024. But Colors of Nature for kids 6-12 and the Saving Species with Science teen camp are still available. Get all the details and register here.
14. Carnegie Museums of Art and Natural History
Creative kids and nature lovers alike can attend a variety of week-long camps at Carnegie Museums of Art and Natural History. Early registration for museum members opens Feb. 19. General registration opens on Feb. 26. Specific camp themes and dates will be available when registration opens. Financial aid is available for eligible families.
15. Winchester Thurston
Winchester Thurston is offering more than 100 new summer camp programs for everyone – from 3-year-olds to high school seniors from June 10 through Aug. 16. Sessions will be held at three locations: Winchester Thurston’s Shadyside campus, The Kingsley Center in East Liberty and Allegheny River Front Park in Aspinwall. Campers will find sports and physical fitness, creative arts and academics. Learn more and register here.
16. Air Force Association CyberCamp
The annual Air Force Association CyberCamp is presented via a partnership between the University of Pittsburgh Institute for Cyber Law, Policy and Security and Pitt Information Technology. This year, the free, weeklong camp is scheduled from June 24-28. High school kids will be immersed in a range of technical skills and digital literacy with a focus on cyber ethics and systems security. Sign up to be notified about registration tentatively opening in May.
17. Venture Outdoors
Registration is open for Venture Outdoors’ summer camps for kids going into grades 1-12. All camps will be hosted this year at North Park between June 17 and Aug. 16. Outdoor enthusiasts will enjoy active recreation like kayaking, fishing, biking and geocaching. Science experiments, crafts and leadership development will help kids gain self-confidence and a greater appreciation for nature. Choose from camps like Outdoor Adventure, Cycling Through Summer and Hooked on Fishing. Check out the lineup and register here. Limited scholarships are available.
18. Sweetwater Center for the Arts
Kids ages 4-16 can find their muse through a wide variety of mediums at Sweetwater Center for the Arts. From ceramics and watercolor to animation and graffiti, kids will find exciting ways to express their creativity. Past years included cooking classes, STEM circuitry and acting, too. Watch for the complete schedule with registration (last year it was available in mid-March). Scholarships are available.
19. Gemini Children’s Theater
Five-day Summer Acting Workshops at Gemini Children’s Theater channel energy and talent toward the theater arts. Kids as young as 4 learn to write, rehearse and perform a play that they help develop from their imagination. Scene building, collaborating and character development apply across all age groups up to 17 years. Early bird discounts, scholarships, tuition assistance and payment plans are available — learn more here.
20. Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre School
Dancers of all sizes, from toddlers to teens, will find a place at Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre School’s summer sessions. Kids will develop progressive dance fundamentals through barre and floor exercises, French terminology and ballet concepts. The youngest dancers from 2 to 6 years can try summer weekend classes and All About Ballet workshops. The most advanced dancers will be challenged by the Junior Intensive, which covers pointe, pas de deux, jazz and repertoire. Get details here.
21. The Ellis School
Summer camps at The Ellis School are all about sparking imagination, developing problem-solving skills and helping campers make meaningful connections through collaboration, friendship and community. Click here to get all the details about what’s in store for Co-ed Kid Camps, Athletics Camp and Changemakers Lab this summer, June 10 through Aug. 2.
22. Cello Fury Rock Camp
The Cello Fury Rock Camp gives young musicians a chance to play in a high-energy string rock orchestra. Registration is open for violin, viola, cello and bass players ages 7 to 17. Five-day sessions for various age groups run from June 24 through Aug. 9 at two locations: PYCO School of Music in Wexford and The Ellis School in Shadyside. Camps include masterclasses, sectionals, the musical theory game “Furyoploy,” workshops and rock orchestra. The sessions conclude with a concert for campers’ families. Get more information here.
23. Ascend Pittsburgh
Ascend Pittsburgh’s summer camps are designed to grow strong minds and bodies. Caring, experienced counselors guide kids through fun and developmentally appropriate activities, including bouldering, top-rope climbing, yoga and slacklining. Kids develop strength, dexterity and balance while they’re having fun and making friends. These classes are designed to be accessible for all levels for kids ages 6-16. Registration will open (probably later in February) for camps at the Point Breeze and South Side locations. Financial assistance is available.
24. The Wheel Mill
Both more experienced and wannabe shredders can find a session at The Wheel Mill’s BMX and Mountain Bikes Camps. Kids will be thrilled to experience the 80,000-square-foot park filled with all kinds of trails and ramps with varying terrain and levels of difficulty. Beginners learn general bike safety and skills along with cycling, mountain bike and BMX vocabulary. Once kids master the basics, they can move on to learning intermediate skills. Registration and details should be available soon. Check back right here in the coming weeks.
25. Mad Science
With titles like Fizz Boom Bang, Red Hot Robots, Brixology and Underground Explorers, Mad Science summer camp sessions have us intrigued. Workshops, held at a number of area locations, are geared to kids from kindergarten through 6th grade, giving them the chance to be junior scientists for the summer. Register here for your choice of location and camp.
26. Assemble Pittsburgh
Summer camp at Assemble Pittsburgh offers STEAM camps for kids entering grades 1-9. Camps, happening this year June 19 through Aug. 9, are all about hands-on learning through shared experiences. This year’s weekly themes include Film Crew Camp, Eco Explorers and Animation Camp. Explore their lineup and register right here. Scholarships are available, and registration is free for Garfield residents.
27. Luminari’s Camp Delicious
Aspiring teen chefs will find culinary confidence at the five-day Camp Delicious. Teens will participate in tastings and learn about food sourcing and preparation under the guidance of some of Pittsburgh’s most prominent chefs and nutritionists. By the end of camp, kids should have the ability to create scrumptious meals at home. Camp runs from July 8-12. Register here.
28. Camp Invention
Camp Invention offers an inspiring, action-packed experience for kids in grades K-6. The STEM summer program helps kids develop innovative thinking and problem-solving skills and encourages collaboration. Camps are held in schools around Pittsburgh. Find a program location and register here.
29. University of Pittsburgh Gene Team
Science-minded teens from Pittsburgh Public Schools and other urban high schools who have an interest in biology are invited to apply for the five-week Gene Team program. Pitt Biology Outreach will provide state-of-the-art laboratory training to collect data for a current research project. Bus passes will be supplied and participants will receive a stipend at the end of the program. Sessions will include a focus on strategies and skills that will help with college applications. To be eligible, kids must have completed one year of high school biology. Gene Team runs from June 24 to July 19. Applications will be available in March and accepted through April. Students will be selected for the program and notified in May.
30. Switch and Signal Skatepark
31. Blue Ribbon Farms
Kids get a total fresh air farm experience at Blue Ribbon Farms’ Little Farmers Day Camp. Hands-on experiences include bottle-feeding a newborn calf, caring for goats and piglets and riding a pony. Kids learn about growing food in the expansive garden and collect fresh eggs, then help prepare dishes from food harvested on the farm. Crafts, nature walks and games are part of the fun. The three-day camps are geared to kids ages 4-13. Register right here.
32. Glade Run Lutheran Services
Looking for summer camps around Pittsburgh that focus on social-emotional skills? Glade Run’s Specialized Adventures Camp is a social skills development course specifically designed for kids with moderate to high-functioning autism spectrum disorders. But any kids ages 8-18 who need help with social skill development will be considered. Activities include horseback riding, trail and stream exploration, and gardening. View the brochure for details. A limited number of partial scholarships are available through the Glade Run Foundation.
33. Little Lake Theatre
Budding theater stars ages 6-16 will take the stage during in-person summer camps at Little Lake Theatre. Kids with a flair for the dramatic will study improv, character movement and audition skills in Acting Camp. This summer’s superhero theme includes a production of “Hammered: A Thor & Loki Play.” Musical Theater campers will rehearse and perform roles in “The Music Man,” in a production that’s been adapted for kids. Learn more and register here.
34. WQED Film Academy
WQED Film Academy is a youth education program in digital media arts and filmmaking. The Academy is open to all high schoolers, from rising ninth-graders up through recent high school grads. Teaching artists and professional mentors will offer a curriculum covering all aspects of digital media production, including storytelling, camera, audio, lighting and editing. Summer session dates and details should be announced soon.
35. Horses Unlimited Stables
Kids who are giddy with pony love will be positively smitten with the two Pony Camps at Horses Unlimited Stables. Campers ages 5-10 will receive an introduction to Western and English riding in the four-day sessions happening Aug. 5-8 and Aug. 12-15. Kids will learn horse care methods, including a hands-on pony bath to safely clean off the mud. Expect horse-themed crafts and games, too. Registration is now open.
36. Pittsburgh Glass Center
Summer intensives and teen boot camp sessions are planned this summer for grades 6–12 at Pittsburgh Glass Center. The SiO2 Teen Boot Camp, happening July 15-19, introduces the science and art of glass, offering hands-on experience with glassmaking. Sessions include glassblowing, flameworking, kilnforming and coldworking. Scholarships are available.
37. The Hillman Academy
The Hillman Academy provides authentic research experiences and mentorship to high school students ages 15 and older. Participants work in labs on a cancer research project alongside a Pitt faculty member, graduate student or post-doc. The seven-week program tentatively runs June 17 to Aug. 2 with a final application deadline of Feb. 11. The program offers 34-plus stipends to students from underrepresented groups.
38. Readiness Institute Summer Program
This six-week paid experience for rising high school seniors helps them become community and future-ready. The program runs from June 24 to Aug. 1, with applications accepted now through March 31. A maximum of 45 campers will be accepted and each will receive a stipend of $2,000, use of a laptop while enrolled. The program is open to rising high school seniors with preference given to those attending high school in Allegheny County.
39. ICE-T Project
In this initiative of The Citizen Science Lab, Black youth will explore the computational and experimental techniques required to examine the physiology, biochemistry, and voltage potential of microbial fuel cells (MFC), a living battery powered by bacteria. After learning basic concepts, students will build and create a device powered by these living batteries. The program is open to all Black high schoolers. We weren’t able to confirm details for summer programming as of Feb. 1, but they should be coming soon to their website.
40. Girls Who Code
Girls Who Code summer programs teach high school girls and non-binary students the computer science skills they need to drive community impact and prepare for a tech career. Participants will get exposure to tech jobs, meet women in tech careers and join a supportive sisterhood of girls in tech. The program is available as a 2-week intensive immersion or a 6-week self-paced program and offers a $300 needs-based stipend for eligible students. Apply here.
41. Girls on the Run: Camp GOTR
Camp GOTR is for girls in third through fifth grades and takes place during the summer months throughout Allegheny County and surrounding areas. Girls spend a week building friendships, exploring their creativity and playing fun games that keep them moving. Caring and qualified Girls on the Run coaches lead structured lessons to help girls build confidence and unleash creativity in a safe and inclusive environment. Watch here for this summer’s details.
42. Steel City Rowing Club
The Steel City Rowing Club offers camps for kids ages 8-18. At River Camp, kids ages 8-12 explore the Allegheny River in kayaks and canoes in Verona, while enjoying swimming and paddle boarding or just relaxing on the docks. An excursion to Sycamore Island to explore the environment on and around the island is part of the adventure. Rise & Row Camp is offered (in July only) for youth ages 12-15, while Youth Summer Rowing is offered for ages 11-18. Registration is open for the five-day camps running from June 10 through Aug. 2.
43. U.S. Golf Camps at Kiski School
The folks at US Golf Camps offer the Ultimate Junior Golf Camp Experience for boys and girls 9-18 years old, kicking off on June 16. The overnight camp at the Kiski School in Saltsburg includes a private golf course and practice range exclusively for campers. Three programs are designed for different skill levels: a fundamental program for relative beginners, an advanced program for high school golfers and an elite program for players who want to play competitive college golf. Get details here.
44. Montessori Children’s Schoolhouse
This six-week camp is geared towards 3- to 7-year-olds and it’s all about having fun outdoors. The first week begins in mid-June with an option for full or half-day registration. Each week will have a theme (last year’s included Fossil Find and Hiding in the Garden). Kids are welcome to join for all 6 weeks or go week-to-week. We weren’t able to confirm their plans for this summer, but they will likely announce details soon right here.
45. The Irma Freeman Center for Imagination
The summer camps at the Irma Freeman Center for Imagination have covered quite a range of practical and whimsical subjects not found anywhere else. In past camps, for example, kids learned how to repair bikes through Bike Adventure with Kraynick’s. Herbal Apothecary & Plant Life explored the power of plants. Old-fashioned photography skills are developed through Pinhole Photography, Camera Obscura and more. Watch for the announcement of dates and registration here. Scholarships are available.
46. Boys & Girls Clubs of Western Pennsylvania
Enrollment is open for the Boys & Girls Clubs camps, which invite kids to a summer of bold imagination. Sessions range from STEM to sports and everything in between. Find the lineup of camps, locations and registration details here. Payment plans are available.
47. Tree Pittsburgh’s STEAM Outside Camp
For two weeks this summer, the STEAM Outside Camp will engage 4th, 5th, or 6th graders in the urban forest, fields, and rivers through a STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art and math) lens. The camp takes full advantage of Tree Pittsburgh’s five‑acre riverfront campus with interactive activities focused on the benefits of trees, nature in an urban environment, exploration of riparian forests and river habitats, and the life of a tree from seed to sapling at the Heritage Nursery. This summer’s dates haven’t been announced yet, but the timing last year was 9 a.m.-3 p.m. at Tree Pittsburgh’s campus in Upper Lawrenceville. Check for more info here.
48. Camp Deer Creek
Day camp season will run June 10 through Aug. 9 this year at Camp Deer Creek in Cheswick, keeping kids busy with everything from swimming and horseback riding to nature trails and a “drama hut.” This camp offers 18 different bus routes, picking up campers each morning in Squirrel Hill, Greenfield, Edgewood, the North Side, Swissvale, Point Breeze, Oakland, Shadyside, Highland Park, Fox Chapel, O’Hara, North Hills, South Hills, Monroeville, Oakmont, Wexford and Cranberry. Learn more and register here.
49. Sewickley Academy Summer Camp
Kids from all over the Pittsburgh region can experience creative and challenging academic, art, and athletic programs from Sewickley Academy’s faculty and partners. Their half-day and full-day summer programs will run from June 10 – July 29th, excepting the first week of July. Registration opens Feb. 20. Get all the details here.
50. Frick Pittsburgh
Details for this summer’s offerings haven’t been posted yet, but check back here in the coming weeks to find details on creative summer fun at the Frick.
51. Fern Hollow Nature Center
Fern Hollow Nature Center, located on 33 acres in Sewickley Heights Borough will offer over 20 summer camps for children ages 3-14. Week-long camps will run from June 10 through Aug. 16, with half-day and full-day sessions emphasizing outdoor exploration and discovery. Kids will learn about everything from archery to sustainability. Some camps will take place at the Ohio Township Nature Center, located near Fern Hollow on Nicholson Road. Members’-only registration begins today. Registration will open to the public on March 1. Click here to learn about getting a Fern Hollow membership.
52. Dot and Line Art Studio
Registration for summer camp at the creative art studio Dot and Line in Mt. Lebanon will open at noon on Feb. 4. Weekly camps for kids ages 5 through 13 will run from June 24 through Aug. 9, with two half-day sections: 9 a.m. to noon and 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Get details here.
53. Cut & Sew Studio
Registration is now open for half-day summer sewing camp at Cut & Sew, located in Morningside. There are introductory classes and plenty of options for kids with more sewing experience. Find all the details here.
54. Sing Sing Sing!
55. GirlGov Summer Leadership Academy
GirlGov Summer Leadership Academy (GGSLA) gives young women and female-identifying people the chance to spend three weeks of summer learning to make a huge difference in their community (and have fun in the process). After a hiatus, they are most likely hosting their Summer Leadership Academy again this summer. For more info, check back at this link in the weeks to come. (And click here to learn more about year-round opportunities.)
56. Paint Monkey Summer Art Camp
Weekday summer art camp at the popular birthday party spot Paint Monkey begins on June 17. Sessions at the Paint Monkey studio at the Waterfront in Homestead run Monday through Thursday from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. (drop-off begins at 8:30 a.m.). Theme topics include famous artists, pop art and more. Click here for more information and registration.
57. Stem Adventure Day Camp at Guyasuta
This summer, Camp Guyasuta will offer eight weeks of co-ed day camp beginning on June 3. Early drop-off and late pick-up are available to make scheduling easier for working parents. Activities include archery, ropes courses, creek hiking, swimming and much more, including “human foosball.” This popular camp takes 180 campers per week (and last we checked, the early weeks of summer are already full), but a waitlist is available. Learn more and register here.
58. Lewis Music Studio Summer Camp
Lewis Music Studio has another summer of musical fun planned, though 2024 details haven’t been posted on their website as of Feb. 1. Most camps are half-day, but families can combine two camps during the same week to create a full-day camp experience. Kids will have an hour between sessions for lunch and outdoor time. Each camp’s schedule will vary, but expect a full day filled with games, fun, music, friends, and memories. Click here to learn more.
59. Greater Pittsburgh Sports Complex Summer Camp
Plans will be announced soon for this camp for sports-loving kids. You’ll find plenty of indoor and outdoor half-day camp options, including football, basketball, soccer and baseball. Look for more information when it’s posted here.
60. Champion’s Champ Camp by Champions
Champ Camp by Champions will include outdoor adventures, nature exploration and ultra-fun field trips. This full-day camp experience, which includes snacks and field trips, runs 7 a.m. through 6 p.m. The camp, designed for 5-year-olds through 12-year-olds, takes place this year in three different locations: La Roche University in McCandless, the West Mifflin Area Middle School, and Whitehall Elementary School. Dates vary somewhat by location. Search here for details.
61. Saltworks Theatre Company Young Actors Summer Studio
After a pandemic hiatus and a location change, Saltworks was back to hosting their weekly summer studio for young performers last year. They will hold a camp again this year and dates should be announced soon. These classes are open to student actors of ALL experience levels. After warm-ups and theater games, students will be introduced to new theatrical skills each week such as ensemble building, character development, improvisation, monologues, scene study, creative movement, and more. Kids can attend one session or all six. Check for more info here.
62. Center of Life’s Camp Hazelwood Day Camp
Campers will enjoy plenty of fun recreation and STEAM-based activities (plus Field Trip Fridays) during this day camp designed for kids entering grades K through 8. Check back here for summer details when they are announced.
63. Camp Downtown: Helping Hands
Details haven’t been announced yet for this year’s Downtown Ministerium summer Vacation Bible School program for rising kindergartners through 6th graders (with 7th-12th graders serving as youth counselors). Last year, camp was held weekdays in June from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., with the day beginning and ending at First Lutheran Church (615 Grant Street) and an afternoon excursion in the Downtown or surrounding areas. Check right here to learn more once details are posted.
64. Sewickley Sports Arena: Summer Sports Camp
This camp for kids ages 5 through 12 uses Sewickley Sports’ facility and adjacent public parks, for an indoor/outdoor experience. Along with learning/playing sports, kids can stretch their imaginations with craft projects and games. Get details and register here.