Golf & Outdoors Camp Kids ages 9–12 canoe, shoot archery and climb a rock wall at French Regional Park in the mornings, then spend afternoons on the golf course at Eagle Lake Regional Park. $224–$225. 9 a.m.–4 p.m. July 30–August 2. 763.559.6700 Fishing Camp Learn to identify fish and how to handle fishing equipment at this camp sure to hook kids ages 5–8. Campers make a fishing lure and learn the Japanese art of gyotaku, Japanese fish printing/rubbing. $198–$199. 9 a.m.–3 p.m. June 11–14 French Regional Park; 763.559.6700 Life Time Camps Life Time Fitness offers 12 one-week camps. Children ages 4–12 will learn nutrition and fitness, go on field trips and can take swimming lessons for an additional fee. $160+. Life Time members can register at lifetimefitness.com, nonmembers call 763.509.0909. Life Time Fitness, 3600 Plymouth Blvd. Sky Camp Can’t sit still? Check out Sky Camp. For one week, campers will jump, play dodge ball, make arts and crafts and have water fights. $160. 8–11 a.m. Dates to be determined. 13310 Industrial Park Blvd. Girly Girls This camp is perfect for girls who love to be creative. Past crafts have included bath balms, flip-flops and canvas bags, and this year they’re adding cake pops. Nail-art stations and jump time also will be available. $85. 9:30 a.m.–2 p.m. July 31 and August 2. 3500 Holly Lane N.; 763.553.0340; pumpitupmn.com Speed Week No girls allowed at this Hot Wheels-themed jumping extravaganza. Campers will decorate small cars and a sports bag, and put together racecar tracks. 9:30 a.m.–2 p.m. August 7 and August 9. $85. 3500 Holly Lane N.; 763.553.0340; pumpitupmn.com
Six Hot Summer Camps in Plymouth
The “schools out” countdown hasn’t quite begun, but it’s time to start thinking summer camps. Check out some fun options available in Plymouth this year, and sign up today.