Summer camp provides kids with lasting memories, adventures in the great outdoors, and the hard-earned ability to take instruction from an adult wearing shorts. Redefine authority with this Groupon.
- $179 for a week of day camp for one ($465 value)
Choose from the following camp dates:
- Week 1, June 16–20
- Week 2, June 23–27
- Week 3, June 30–July 3
- Week 4, July 7–11
- Week 5, July 14–18
- Week 6, July 21–25
- Week 7, July 28–August 1
- Week 8, August 4–8
- Week 9, August 11–15
Each week of camp runs Monday–Friday; parents can drop kids off between 8 a.m.–9 a.m. and pick them up between 3:30 p.m.– 5:30 p.m. Each day offers many fun activities for kids ages 5–12, such as art instruction, potato sack races, and trips to the local aquatic park.
Oasis Summer Day Camp
Summer isn't just for sleeping in, playing video games, and counting the days until school starts again. It's also for playing outside, making new friends, and going on adventures. For those interested in the latter, there's Oasis Summer Day Camp. The camp, led by educators Brooke and James Schamber, entertains participants at the Winnetka or Highland Park campus with days packed full of events. Campers can hone their baseball skills, learn how to hula hoop, or swim at a nearby lake. They will also head out on field trips to a variety of swimming destinations, Wild West Town, Americas Action Territory, Green Meadows Farm, or stay at camp to participate in tournaments, art lessons, or obstacle courses. It's a formula that works: the camp has earned a Best of Winnetka Award for three years running as well as countless accolades from happy parents and fully rested video-game consoles.
“This is the most fantastic camp. Both of our boys have attended in the past and it's filled with field trips, water parks, and great activities. There's even a fun...”
“This is the most fantastic camp. Both of our boys have attended in the past and it's filled with field trips, water parks, and great activities. There's even a fun reading challenge. If only we could go too!”