FFTC’s Ultimate Guide to 2021 Twin Cities Summer Camps

2021 Guide to Twin Cities Summer Camps

Classic outdoor adventures, tech-y enrichment, performing arts opportunities and cultural explorations are just a sampling of what you’ll find in our 2021 Guide to Twin Cities Summer Camps. From day camps for your preschoolers to sleepaway camps for the teens, these local camps offer something for everyone.

We believe the our summer camp guide is the best curated summer camp list in the Twin Cities and we’ll keep adding to it throughout the spring. Bookmark it and check back as you plan your summer!

2021 Twin Cities Summer Camp Guides:

2021 Summer Camp Guide sponsors

This guide is brought to you by our special Featured Camps. They help to keep this guide and website free for everyone to use. Thank you to these summer camp programs:

Masked children participating in School of Rock Rookies Camp
Rookie Rockers Camp
Kids Creative Studio Art
Kids Cooking School
Four children enjoying CodeWizardsHQ Summer Coding Camp
Code Wizards
Girl Scouts River Valleys logo
Girl Scout Camps in Elk River and Lakamanga
Camp Pillsbury Summer Camp Log
A Variety of Day and Sleep-Away Camps in Owatonna
Kids showing off shields made at Heartfelt Art Camp in Minneapolis Minnseota
Heartfelt
Tamahay Camp for Girls

Is your camp missing? Most summer camps starting announcing the new year’s dates around January. If you haven’t seen the camp you are looking for by February or March, contact us; we’ll see what we can find out for you. 

We would love to your business in our 2021 Ultimate Summer Camp Guide. Inclusion for a basic space is FREE. We also offer upgraded entries for a very affordable rate. Click this link to sign up to learn how to include your Minnesota Summer Camp in our guide. We feature Minneapolis summer camps, Saint Paul summer camps and the camps throughout greater Minnesota.

When not In summer camps, try these summer family fun ideas:

Everything under the sun you need to know about family fun this summer in the Twin Cities. Beat boredom and fill your long school break days exploring the best the Twin Cities has to offer in the way of parks, swim spots, community entertainment and local festivals with our Ultimate Summer Events Guide.

This article contains paid and free submitted entries of summer camps. These camps have been collected as a convenience to parents seeking summer camp options and are for informational purposes only. Inclusion does not constitute an endorsement or an approval by Family Fun Twin Cities.

9 thoughts on “FFTC’s Ultimate Guide to 2021 Twin Cities Summer Camps”

  1. Hi. Lindsey.

    I’m sorry that our forms aren’t working properly. Gianna is in the process of fixing the problem. I will email you.

  2. Is there a way to sort between overnight camps and just day camps? For some of us who don’t reside in the Twin Cities any longer, overnights just make more sense in the search. Love what you all do!!!

    1. That is a good idea, Brady. We’ll see if we can add a link for just overnight camp. Currently, we do not have a lot of overnight options and the choices we do have tend to be outside the Twin Cities – Camp Pillsbury, Girl Scouts River Valleys and Tamahay Camp for Girls all offer overnight options. You can find links to all three of these camps in our 2021 Summer Camp Guide Sponsors list at the bottom of this main page.

  3. Are you aware of any summer camps for todders? My daughter will be 2 this summer and we are looking for some outdoor programs for kids her age.

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