Summer Camp Fund

Attention summer camp providers: It’s time to get your program listed

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Charlie Almond and Luke Woodworth look over at Jordan Douglas as they all move through the high ropes course section of the confidence course at Camp Hornet's Nest. Forty-one boys ranging from age 12-18 partook in the inaugural Camp Hornet's Nest through the Charlotte Fire Department.
Charlie Almond and Luke Woodworth look over at Jordan Douglas as they all move through the high ropes course section of the confidence course at Camp Hornet's Nest. Forty-one boys ranging from age 12-18 partook in the inaugural Camp Hornet's Nest through the Charlotte Fire Department. akormann@charlotteobserver.com

It’s time for summer camp providers to get their camps listed for 2018 – and we know parents are already looking for the right camp for their family.

This year, we’re working with our camps partner, Summer Camp Guru, for camps to list their programs and details.

If you want to list your camp (or see if it’s already listed), start with the instructions you’ll find from Summer Camp Guru for your free listing.

If you’re looking for camp information for your family, you can search as broadly or narrowly as you’d like with Summer Camp Guru’s listings. Details are available for each weekly session.

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