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Summer Camps Mount Airy MD

Summer camps are programs for children and teenagers during the summer holidays. Summer camps involve canoeing, hiking, campfires and more. See below for summer camps in Mount Airy and find tips and advice on summer camp safety and camping tips.

Ramblin'' Pines RV Park & Campground
(800) 421-7116, (410) 795-5161, 800-550-8733
801 Hoods Mill Road
Woodbine, MD
Number of Sites
201 Total Camp/RV Sites,54 30 Amp Service,147 50 Amp Service,201 Electric and Water,201 Electric Only,201 Full Hookups,50 Max RV Length,9 Tent Sites,
Amenities
Cable TV,Fenced Pet Area,Group Area,Ice,WiFi Parkwide,Laundry,Pavilion,Pets Welcome,Showers,Store,Cabin Rentals,
Recreation
Boat Launch,Boating,Canoe Rentals,Equestrian Friendly,Fishing,Golf Facilities,Jumping Pillow,Kayak Rentals,Marina,Mini Golf,Nature Trails,Non-motorized Boat Rentals,Planned Activities,Playground,Recreation Hall,Swimming Pool,arcade/game room,

Little Bennett Regional Park
(301) 972-9222
23701 Frederick Rd
Clarksburg, MD
 
Community Camps Inc
(301) 217-9591
15500 Quince Valley Ter
Gaithersburg, MD
 
Western Trails
(301) 387-6155
4009 Mayhew Inn Rd
Oakland, MD
 
Taylors Island Family Campgrounds
(410) 397-3275
462 Bayshore Rd
Taylors Island, MD
 
Ramobilein Pines Inc
(410) 795-5161
801 Hoods Mill Rd
Woodbine, MD
 
Canoe Kayak & Paddle Company
(410) 203-1100
10105 Shaw Dr
Woodstock, MD
 
Community Camps Inc
(301) 217-9591
15500 Quince Valley Ter
Gaithersburg, MD
 
Roaring Point Campground
(410) 873-2553
2360 Nanticoke Wharf Dr
Nanticoke, MD
 
Duck Neck Camp
(410) 778-3070
500 Double Creek Point Rd
Chestertown, MD
 

5 tips for keeping kids safe and healthy at summer camp

5 tips for keeping kids safe and healthy at summer camp

John Thompson

Kids should be reminded to follow pool rules to avoid swimming injuries at campSummer camp can be a rewarding and fun experience for kids of all ages. Whether they attend day camps or overnight camps, experts say fathers should take action to ensure their kids stay safe and healthy while attending.

"Parents should ask camp organizers basic questions about what plans they have in place to keep kids safe, handle medical emergencies, and deal with routine health needs," said Dr. Patricia Hametz, of NewYork-Presbyterian Morgan Stanley Children's Hospital.

Other parenting advice tips to keep young campers injury-free include:

1. Stay hydrated. Remind your child to drink often, even when they don't feel thirsty while spending time outdoors or in the heat. Pack a refillable water bottle to make staying hydrated easier.
2. Practice sun safety. Kids should be dressed in light-colored, lightweight clothing and should use a sunscreen with an SPF of 30 or more every day.
3. Be safe in and around water. Remind your kids to follow all camp rules in and around pools, lakes and other bodies of water. Children should never be around water without a certified life guard on duty.
4. Protect against bugs. Using an insect repellent with no more than 30 percent DEET and avoiding scented soaps, lotions and hairsprays will help your kids keep the bugs at bay.

Dads should also make sure that the camp has all of their kids' emergency contact ...

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