Battleground Tennis Academy, UMW Indoor Tennis Center, 1129 Hanover St. Ages 5 and older.

Camp Invention, King George Elementary School, 10381 Ridge Road, King George, May 29-June 1; Locust Grove Elementary School, 31208 Constitution Highway, Locust Grove, June 18-22. STEM for children entering kindergarten through grade 6.

Champion Chefs, 4701 Plank Road, Suite 101. For children ages 6-14. Culinary techniques, kitchen safety, time management and meal preparation. Students take home a container of the food they create during the session with the recipes. 540/621-5493;

Cheer Fusion All Stars, 50 Baron Park Road. Power tumbling camps for technique, skills and conditioning. Full- and half-day camps offered. Before and after care available. Weeklong sessions begin June 11. 540/845-3545;

Children’s Science Center, 11948 Fair Oaks Mall, Fairfax. STEM for rising 1st-4th graders.

Creative Studio Art Camps for Kids, 7001 Harrison Road, Suite 125.

CYT, weeklong musical theater day camp for children ages 4-18 ends in a Showcase.

Eagles Soccer Academy Youth Camps, Campus Recreation Fields, Alvey Drive. Boys and girls ages 6-14. Soccer camp June 25-28, Goalkeeper/Finishing Camp July 16-19.

Eagles Volleyball Elite Camp, UMW Anderson Center, Alvey Drive. For 8th-12th graders. July 20-22.

Fredericksburg Brass Institute, Riverbend High School, 12301 Spotswood Furnace Road. For musicians in high school through pre-professional adult. July 8-15. $75. Evening recitals are free and open to the public.

Fredericksburg Field House, 3411 Shannon Park Drive. Games, activities, art, crafts and field trips. 540/361-4717;

Fredericksburg Parks and Recreation, Sports, cooking, theater, STEM, adventure. Registration begins March 20. 540/372-1086;

George Washington Foundation offers three different history camps: History Camp for ages 8-12, June 25-29, at a different site each day for $135 per camper; Archaeology Camp for ages 9-12, July 16-20, for $125 per camper; and Archaeology Day Camp for ages 6-8, Aug. 2-15, for $25 per camper. For more information, contact Vickie Hayes at 540/370-0732; or

Grandparent Grandchild Summer Camp, Stratford Hall, 483 Great House Road, Montross. 18th-century activities. Three-day sessions will be offered June 26-28, July 17-19 and July 31-Aug. 2. Enrollment limited to 20 children plus their grandparents.

Hazelwild Farm, 5325 Harrison Road. For ages 3 through kindergarten, and 1st-6th grades. Character-building activities, fun, games and sports.

Kids on the Rappahannock Summer Day Camp, 3219 Fall Hill Ave. For rising 1st-8th graders. Email for information or to register.

King George County Parks and Recreation, King George Elementary School. For ages 5-15. Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Extended hours available for an extra fee. Day trips, arts and crafts, games and team building. A Kings Dominion season pass will be needed. Register at the Citizens Center.

Little Fish Swimming, 6301 Campus Drive, Fredericksburg; and 1600 Mine Road, Stafford. Summer swim camps for all ages. 540/785-2222;

Nike Girls Basketball Camp, UMW Anderson Center, Alvey Drive. Ages 8-17. July 11-15. 800/645-3226;

Nike Girls Field Hockey Camp, UMW. Ages 10-18. July 22-25. 800/645-3226;

Nike Girls Volleyball Camp, UMW. Ages 8-16. July 6-8. Advanced session available for ages 13-18. 800/645-3226;

PONSHOP Studio and Gallery, 712 Caroline St. Ages 6 and older. Skate to Create, Vinyl Revolution, Intro to Street Art, Heroes and Villains Comic Book Workshop and Summer Art Camp Daily. 540/656-2215;

Rappahannock Summer Music Camp, Fredericksburg Academy. Ages 8-18. June 24-30.

Riser Baseball Camps, UMW Dickinson Stadium, Hanover St. Ages 6-12 years. Sessions offered June 25-28 and July 16-19.

Riverside Foundation Summer Camp, Riverside Center for the Performing Arts, June 18-29. The main goal of this camp is to provide musical theater training to low-income and at-risk children. There is no cost to attend the camp, but proof of financial need is required. To register, visit Registration deadline is June 1.

Running Eagles Basketball Camps, UMW Anderson Center, Alvey Drive. For boys ages 7-16. Sessions offered June 26-29 and July 24-27.

SheEO Camps, Locations in Falls Church and Fairfax, Loudoun and Prince William counties. For future business owners or leaders. Meet other creative, motivated young women to play, plan and pitch.

Spotsylvania County Youth Summer Camps, Sports and leisure camps listings available in April. 540/507-PLAY.

Stafford Soccer Camps, Embrey Mill Soccer Fields and Jeff Rouse Swim and Sport Center. For ages 7-15. Summer Kick off Camp July 16-20; Footskills Camp July 23-27. Half-day and full-day options available. Before and after care available.;; 540/657-0734.

Stage Door Productions, Lafayette Upper Elementary School, 3 Learning Lane. Theater camps for ages 5-14. Sessions offered July 9-13 and July 16-20. $100.

Summer Equestrian Camp, Braehead Farm, Tyler Streeet. For ages 6 and older.; 540/623-5581

Verdun Adventure Bound, 17004 Adventure Bound Trail, Rixeyville. Adventure-based camps for youth 8-16 years of age. Day camp and sleepaway options.; 540/937-4920.

Virginia Fishing Adventures, For ages 7-14. Day camp and sleepaway options.

Y Camps, For ages 3-15; Caroline and Spotsylvania county schools site camps are for ages 5-12. Anthony Burns Elementary School, Caroline YMCA, Chancellor Elementary School, King George YMCA, Massad YMCA, Ron Rosner YMCA and Winding Creek Elementary School camps.

4-H camps, Harmony Hollow, Front Royal. Kids camp, mother and daughter weekend, father and son weekend, and parent and child Cloverbud Camp.

Adventure Links, Hemlock Overlook Regional Park, Yates Ford Road, Clifton. For 2nd-12th graders.

Camp Alleghany for Girls, Stonehouse Road, Lewisburg, W.Va. For girls ages 7-16 to develop their skills and confidence, build self-esteem and mature as leaders.

Camp Bethel, 328 Bethel Road, Fincastle. For boys and girls 5-18 and families. Outdoor ministry of the Virlina District Church of the Brethren.

Camp Carysbrook, Camp Carysbrook Road, Riner. For girls ages 6-16.

Camp Friendship, 573 Friendship Road, Palmyra. For boys and girls ages 7-16.

Camp Hanover, 3163 Parsleys Mill Road, Mechanicsville. For rising 1st-12th grade boys and girls. Outdoor Ministry of the Presbytery of the James, Presbyterian Church.

Camp Horizons, 3586 Horizons Way, Harrisonburg. For boys and girls ages 6-16.

Camp Mont Shenandoah, Mont Shenandoah Lane, Millboro Springs. For girls ages 7-16.

Camp Piankatank, Hartfield. For children ages 6-9 and 9-17. Boys only, girls only and coed offerings.

Camp Rim Rock, 343 Camp Rim Rock Road, Yellow Spring, W.Va. For rising 1st-10th grade girls.

Hat Creek Camp, 7141 Hat Creek Road, Brookneal. For rising 3rd-12th graders. A ministry of Patrick Henry Family Service, a nonprofit, interdenominational Christian ministry.

The Phoebe Needles Center, 732 Turners Creek Road, Callaway. For rising 5th-12th graders. Camp and conference center of the Episcopal Diocese Southwest Virginia.

Youth Conservation Camp, for students in grades 9-12 in the 2017-18 academic school year. Application at and accompanying documents due by April 9.

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