Kids Camps

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Kids Camps

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Established in 1995, the Kids Camps summer camp directory appears in the Internet Archive in 1996, the first year that the Archive was in operation. Listed sites are sorted into a variety of upper-level categories, including Sports, Academics, Adventure, Arts, Teen, Special Interest, Religious, and Special Needs, which are available through a drop-down menu.

Additional upper-level categories are included in the Kids Camps main menu, including Traditional Day Camps, Traditional Overnight Camps, Academic Camps and Programs, Adventure Camps, Arts Camps, Teen Programs and Teen Tours, Special Interest Camps, Religious Camps, Special Needs Camps, Military Camps, Family Camps, Holiday Camps, Conference Centers, Camps by State, and Camps by Country, as well as links to sites for summer camp job seekers and camp rentals, a parent’s blog, and a camp market for camp directors. A newsletter for parents may also be subscribed to.

Users may browse the directory’s categories and subcategories, or search by a number of variables, including camp name, type, age, state, country, or within a specified zip or postal code radius.

Camps may be submitted to the directory through four fee-based options. For $99/year, its Entry listing includes the name of the camp, a link to the camp’s website, address, and telephone number.

A Basic listing, at $299 per year, includes a link for additional information as well as the ability to request a callback.

For $599 a year, a Standard listing includes all of the above, plus a description of the camp, an email link, and a map request.

Its Premier listing, may include a logo and a video, as well as everything included in the other listing types.

 



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