Fun Facts about Summer Camps 2021
2020 was a summer our kids will never forget, summer 2021 looks like it will be better. Still I think it will be a “camp reimagined” experience, in which occupancy will be limited, public health measures will be in place, and mostly outdoor programs will be promoted. Here are a few trends about summer programs in Miami 2021:
Most popular and traditional camps are back emphasizing outdoor activities as well as restricting number of campers.
Some of the measures still in place will be: Daily temperature checks for all students and instructions, Mandatory social distancing and masks for coaches and students, Continuous cleaning and sanitation of equipment and coolers, Small ratio groups to allow social distancing, Students will be asked not to attend if they are experiencing any symptoms
Traditional and popular Fun Days by the Bay @ Immaculata-La Salle will not be operating this year.
Carrollton School - a girls only school will be offering a co-ed program - your boys can go!
Ransom Everglades will be changing their summer programs to solely include kids 9 and up.
Learning Pods are still trending and a series of innovative and personalized programs are here to stay, such as what Power to the Pencil and My Time Summer Camp offer.
Both in-person and virtual versions are offered by most camp organizers whenever possible, specially those in the arts and technology. Check out one of our TOP 10 selections, Summer at Conchita Espinosa Academy & Conservatory of the Arts
Crowded indoor activities, such as theater performances, and all high-contact camp games will likely again be inadvisable in 2021. Any camp or activity that promotes yelling, singing, and other vigorous activities should be avoided and will most likely not be considered as part of a program during this summer at all.
Check out our favorite options this year, some of our TOP 10 and most recommended as we announce them slowly but surely these next few weeks.