This year, some camp prices have gone up by $10 per week, but we still find a lot of options for inexpensive summer camps around $250 per week (full day). You can also search for camps by age, date and even sort by price when you visit ActivityHero.
Upper Main Line YMCA – $291 for most full day camps; $177 or lower for most half day camps. Kids pre-school through teen have a lot of choices for day camps, sports, science, theater, fishing and more!
Brooke Lanier Fine Art – $165 half day art camps have small class sizes – six to ten students maximum – and lessons are tailored to better serve each person’s individual interests and abilities.
Montgomery County Sports Performance Center – $195 full day; $150 half day. Kids get to pick and choose daily from a wide variety of games and activities. Weekly themes and pizza lunch on Fridays!
BETTERBALL! Basketball Camp -$ 225 full day, $150 half day. Basketball and sports camps are the perfect balance of summer fun with a dose of structure that kids need to avoid boredom.
Kids on Campus at Bucks Community College – $259 full day, $154 half day. Popular workshops and sports clinics. Everything from Lego to Cooking to Fashion Design.
Lehigh University Sports Camp – full-day camps as low as $160 per week. Lehigh offers a number of different sports camps that range from the very inexpensive on upwards. Some overnight camps are as inexpensive as $420 for the week.
Drama Kids Delaware & Drama Kids Philadelphia– prices start at $230 full day, $110 half day. Drama campers explore all aspects of theater by writing and performing a play that their team creates!
Challenger Sports – Soccer training for beginners to competitive players. Preschoolers can attend a shorter camp for around $100 per week. Half day camps for ages 6+ are $110-150 per week.