2013 Summer Camp Guide Part II

. July 22, 2014.
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Discover the educational — and totally fun — experiences offered by Findlay area summer camp programs!

Par t II

Camp Glen
Summer Camp

6580 S. Township Rd., Tiffin.
419-447-7459. campfirenwohio.com
Camp Glen offers a variety of summer
camps for all ages. Swim lessons, archery,
hiking, crafts and more will keep your
campers happy! Wilderness Adventure
Camp will teach kids (grades 2-6) how
to survive in the great outdoors. Adventure
Camp (grades 7-12) will teach the three
“R”s; rivers, rocks and rappelling! Night
owls (grades 7-12) will enjoy staying up
all night (well almost) hiking, taking a
midnight swim, gazing at the stars and
having breakfast at the crack of noon! For
a listing of available camps and dates visit
campfirenwohio.com or call 419-447-7459.

Findlay Evangelical Free Church
2515 Heatherwood 419-423-5636.
www.findlayefree.com
Pre-school Vacation Bible School is being
held at Findlay Evangelical Church June
18-20 from 10am-12pm. “Growing in
Friendship with Jesus” VBS is for children
2 years (as of January 1, 2013)-5 years old
(Pre-K). SpringHill Day Camp is being held
July 29-August 2 from 9am-4pm. Kids will
enjoy five full days of SpringHill’s awesome
camp experience. Kids enjoy the Climbing
Wall, Flying Squirrel, Six Square, wild water
games and cool crafts! Cost is $149. Refer
a friend, and both will receive $75 off tuition
(Offer valid to first 100 campers). Register
online at https://www.findlayefree.comwww.findlayefree.com or call
419-423-5636.

Imagination Station
1 Discovery Way (at Adams and Summit).
419-244-2674.
www.imaginationstationtoledo.org
While it’s HOT and steamy outside, we’ve
got fun-filled, weeklong summer camps
loaded with COOL science for you to
experience. We’ve got 3 exciting camp
options to choose from: Super Splatter
Science!, Catapults, Coasters and Cars!
and Survival Camp – NEW THIS SUMMER!
Summer Camp is for kids 7-12 (in the fall)
and runs 9am-4:30pm with before and
after care available at no additional cost.
For details, dates and registration, visit
www.imaginationstationtoledo.org or call
419-244-2674 x259

SummerTime at Maumee Valley Country Day School
1715 S. Reynolds Rd. 419-381-1313
www.MaumeeValleySummertime.org
Half-day and full-day options at MVCDS
summer camps will complement a busy
family’s summer schedule. Hobbit Camp,
for ages 4-5, offers arts and crafts, yoga
for kids and exploring the woods among its
numerous activities. Hob Haven Afternoon
Camp mixes sports, arts, science, stories,
nature, with a low camper to counselor
ratio ensuring personalized attention to
satisfy campers with varied interests.
Week-long morning specialty classes for
incoming grades 1-12 include soccer,
flag football, tennis, basketball, yoga, glee
performing classes, sculpture, cooking,
crafty creations, playmaking, creative arts,
chemistry, philosophy, study skills, algebra,
SAT & ACT prep, Chinese, chess and so
much more! Before and After Camp Care
available from 7:30am – 5:30pm.

Toledo Zoo
2700 Broadway St.
419-385-4040. www.toledozoo.org
The Toledo Zoo is one of the world’s most
complete zoos, with over 8,500 animals
representing more than 750 species. The
Toledo Zoo is also one of the region’s top
destinations for campers! Speciality camps
are available for kids ages 4-14. This year
campers can experience the Australian
Outback without needing a passport!
Critters Down Under (ages 4-5) and
Journey through the Outback (ages 6-10)
are being offered. Safari Camps are also
available such as Fishing Camp, Junior Zoo
Keeper and Enrichment and Training.