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Summer Camp options in the area


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School will be out soon and you're starting to think about ways to keep your kids entertained while you're working. Thankfully summer camps are back in action and there are a few local options for everyone!


*The City of Saint Charles is hosting an eleven-week summer camp starting on June 1st, and registration is already open! The camp is located at Blanchette Park and Waplehorst Park and will have weekly local field trips. The camp is from 9 am to 3 pm every day and even offers sunrise and sunset hours for an additional fee. Kids can go as early as 6:30 am and stay as late as 6 pm with these additional hours. Each fee listed on the website is per child and all inclusive. This means that the price you pay already includes the cost for each field trip!


Learn more about Summer Fun Day Camp in Saint Charles.



*Messiah St. Charles is also offering a summer camp for ages Preschool to 8th grade! It will kick off on June 1st and go all the way through August 6th. The kids will participate in daily devotions, indoor and outdoor games, crafts, activities, learning bible stories, singing, and much more. This year camp activities will be held primarily on campus and will be implementing COVID guidelines.


Check out Messiah Summer Camp in Saint Charles.



*The Saint Louis Magic House is offering a summer camp for ages 5 to 11 and they will be split up into three groups based on their age. The Magic House is also offering half and full day camps and is even offering a discount if you are a Magic House member. They have three different types of camps to choose from.


Learn more about The Magic House Kids Summer Camp.




Madisen Schlueter is a junior at Lindenwood University pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration with a minor in Graphic Design. On campus, she is involved in Greek life as a member of the Delta Zeta sorority, where she serves as design chair and creates shirts for chapter events. She’s a native of St. Louis, grew up playing softball and loves traveling. When she’s not studying or working, you can find Madisen at Starbucks catching up with friends.