We received more votes for camps and classes than any other category, and we learned one very important thing: Your family knows exactly where they like to get creative and have a good time. Whether the kids are learning fancy footwork, performing musicals on the stage or practicing their budding Picasso skills, the votes are in on the very best places for indoor and outdoor learning.
Summer Day Camp
Winner: Wilderness Awareness School
Wilderness Awareness School wins your vote as the No. 1 Seattle-area summer day camp (it also wins for favorite overnight camp). With day camps for kids ages 4 through 12 – from half- to full-day nature camps in locations such as Seattle, Kirkland, Everett and Bellevue and beyond -- kids have the opportunity to learn about the local wildlife, plants and the terrain that we Pacific Northwesterners hold dear. Though voters obviously love Wilderness Awareness School for many reasons, many compliment it for the “great outdoor instruction” and the “top-notch staff.”
Hosting various day camps throughout the Puget Sound, Camp Fire USA Day Camps rank among the top finalists for “the leadership skills they provide for kids” and their array of awesome outdoor activities.
Bainbridge Island’s IslandWood makes the top list for its “imaginative activities,” “young, enthusiastic counselors” and for offering a wide variety of environmental programs.
KidsQuest Children’s Museum, located in Bellevue, offers campers ages 3 to 7 an array of themed day camps with hands-on, educational activities.
Redmond’s Orange Blossom Society features themed camps for children with activities including fitness, art, gardening and more.
Stroum Jewish Community Center features day camps in various Puget Sound locations with fun activities such as performing arts, sports, field trips and more.
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