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Best Summer Camps In Maryland

May 23, 2011 6:39 AM

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Do your kids need something to do over the summer? No matter what your kids are interested in—sports, music, academics—you’ll find the perfect camp for them on this list.
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Bach to Rock

4819 St. Elmo Avenue
Bethesda, MD 20814
(301) 913-5757
www.b2rmusic.com/

Bach to Rock has half- and full-day summer camp offerings.  Kids can enter rock band camp (which will end with kids making their own CDs), band promo, rock chorus and recording arts. 

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Orioles Camp

(888)-848-BIRD (2473)
baltimore.orioles.mlb.com/bal/fan_forum/summer_camp.jsp

Orioles camp is for kids seven through 16 and costs $325 per child.  Professional baseball teachers will coach your child.  Lunch and a snack are provided.  Every week, your child will meet a current and former Oriole.

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Padonia Park Club Day Camp

12006 Jenifer Road
Cockeysville, MD 21030
(410) 252-2046
www.padoniaparkclub.com/

Padonia Park Club’s day camp is for children between the ages of five and 13.  There are sport and zipline options for children over the age of 10.  Children go swimming and study drama and music.

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Randolph-Macon Academy

200 Academy Drive
Front Royal, Va. 22630
(800) 272-1172
www.rma.edu/

Randolph-Macon Academy offers summer programs for sixth graders and above.  Children can enroll in academic classes or, if they’re over the age of 16, flight school and learn to fly a Cessna 152. 

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Washington Nationals Baseball Camp

(800) 529-CAMP (2267)
www.nationalscamps.com/

Nationals camp is for children between the ages of seven and 14.  Boys and girls will learn how to play baseball and have a great time being part of a team.  Visit the website for more information.

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