Classic outdoor adventures, tech-y enrichment, performing arts opportunities and cultural explorations are just a sampling of what you’ll find in our 2020 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.
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We believe the 2020 Twin Cities Summer Camps Guide is the best curated summer camp list in the Twin Cities and we’ll keep adding to it throughout the spring, so bookmark it and check back as you plan your summer.
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 include it in our Summer Camp Guide. Inclusion is FREE. Click this link to sign up to learn how to include your MN Summer Camp. We feature Minneapolis summer camps, Saint Paul summer camps and the camps throughout greater Minnesota.
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