$198 for a Week of Day Camp at Good Knight Child Empowerment Network in Beltsville ($470 Value). Eight Dates Available.


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Water games, arts & crafts & obstacle courses entertain kids as archery, fencing, magic & singing lessons help them hone new skills

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Expiration varies. Valid only for option purchased. Registration required. Must reserve by 5/15/12. Must be between the ages of 5-13. Must sign waiver. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

As children grow up, they must learn that money doesn’t grow on trees, dinner doesn't make itself, and real dogs are awful at basketball. Let kids be kids with this Groupon.

$198 for One Week of Day Camp ($470 Value)

Camps take place Monday–Friday. Choose from the following dates:

  • June 18–22
  • June 25–29
  • July 9–13
  • July 16–20
  • July 23–27
  • July 30–August 3
  • August 6–10

From 9 a.m. until 4 p.m., kids splash down a waterslide or giant-castle super-soaker moon bounce, scale obstacle courses, and show off their talent in arts and crafts, sports, and karaoke. Campers will hone a variety of skills during lessons that include magic, archery, kung fu, acting, archery, and water safety. Each day camp allows 40 campers per week and with this deal, all supplies are included.

Good Knight Child Empowerment Network

A nonprofit castle-themed adventure land created by The Good Knight Child Empowerment Network, The Good Knight Enchanted Kingdom & Family Museum is an interactive fairy-tale realm designed to teach children about safety. Founded by a coalition of retired federal officers, The Good Knight Child Empowerment Network's mission is to empower kids and their parents through education, using the fairy-tale format to bring awareness to such hard-to-talk-about topics as child abduction. Through special events, shows, summer camps, and onsite adventures, costumed fairies and brave knights lead their young charges on themed challenges and quests to encourage them to fulfill socially responsible roles and build their self-esteem. The shows also teach children how to employ the ABCs of protection and how to recognize the 10 basic physiological deceptions that criminal predators often use to manipulate their victims, giving kids the skills to defend themselves and their peers.

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