Summer Camps offer great opportunities for kids to explore interests and develop skills that they may not have the time or chances to cultivate during the school year.
We’ve highlighted several great summer camps available throughout the Twin Counties this summer, and we have created a database that has many more summer camps and opportunities worth checking out. We will continue to add to that listing as needed.
Local institutions like Edgecombe Community College, Nash Community College, North Carolina Wesleyan all have summer camps with interesting educational opportunities while Nash County Arts Council and the Imperial Centre have a number of ways for kids to explore fine arts. There are also many sports camps in the area throughout the summer months.
No matter the age or interests, there are great opportunities this summer in the Twin Counties.
252 Skills & Development Basketball Camp | June 3 | 10 am - 1p.m. | South Rocky Mount Community Center | Ages 5 & up | Hosted by Moe Deloach and Pro star Deshawn Freeman | Sign up here
STEM Career Exploration | June 5-8 | 9 a.m. -3:30 p.m. | Ages 11-14 | | Nash Community College | $110
The Shelton Challenge | June 18-23 | North Carolina Wesleyan University | Offered to rising 9th graders to graduating seniors | $500 | A six-day residential leadership program | Deadline May 15
Nash County Arts Council Drama Camp | June 19-23 | 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. | Ages 6-12 | $80
Art Camp with Kim Valentine | June 26-30 | 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. | Ages 5 & up | $75
Camp College 2023: Dinosaurs Rock | June 26-29 | 9-11:30 a.m. | Grades K-3 | $80
Youth Volleyball Summer Camp | July 24-28 | Half-day 9:00 a.m. - 12 p.m. or full day 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. | Rocky Mount Event Center | Includes volleyball camp, lunch (different lunch option each day for campers), t-shirt, play time in our Game Day with a $10.00 daily arcade pass, daily unlimited access to climbing walls and aerial ropes course, ballocity, and supervised games & activities.