A Summer Camp in Uptown Charlotte


Wildcat Summer Camp at Trinity Episcopal School.

It's May, which means that across Charlotte, parents are considering which summer camp is the right fit for their child.

The benefits of children attending any summer camp are known: They learn to interact in a social setting while building a sense of independence and self-confidence. Whether learning to fly a drone, creating beautiful artwork, playing sports -- camp allows children to discover their passions.

Part of the fun of summer camp is the opportunity to explore new places. Trinity Episcopal School, located in the heart of Uptown Charlotte off E. 9th St., offers a variety of camps with a unique city skyline setting. Campers go on daily adventures around town to ImaginOn, Friendship Trays, Inner Peaks Climbing, Whole Foods and more. 

These half and full day camps are for rising kindergarten through 8th grade students (ages 5-14) are are offered with before and after camp care to help accommodate working families. It is especially convenient for parents who work in Uptown.

Join the fun at Trinity’s “Wildcat Summer Camp” this summer! Camps run from June 19 through July 28. Registration and financial assistance information are available here.




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