Long Island Family Camp Fair & Activity Expo

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Long Island Family Camp Fair & Activity Expo

Don't miss the Camp Fair & Activity Expo in Long Island! Admission is FREE!

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Cradle of Aviation Museum Charles Lindbergh Boulevard Garden City, NY 11530

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About this event

  • 4 hours
  • Mobile eTicket

The Long Island Camp Fair & Activity Expo is a day for the whole family. Kids can play and participate in fun activities and parents can meet many Camp exhibitors, such as Day, Sleepaway and Specialty camps. It's FUN for the whole family – Games, raffles, arts & crafts, face painting, balloon animals, music & much more. Discovery and Fun all in one place, in one afternoon. Don't miss out. Get your FREE ticket now!

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What is a Camp Fair?

Our Camp Fairs are like a smorgasbord of amazing summer camp choices waiting for you to explore, where over 30 camps and programs will all come together under one roof to showcase their 2023 programs in your area for you. With camp exhibitors and free activities for the children, attending a camp fair is a “one stop shop” for finding the best camp for you.

With a variety of camps on display — including day camps & sleepaway camps, you will meet camp directors and counselors from all the different programs in person, ask questions, and get the lowdown about all the various summer camp options while your children enjoy sample camp activities facilitated by the various camps.

If you’re a parent who wants to get “in the know” about all the amazing program opportunities for your children this summer, you can’t afford to miss this free event.

What time does the Camp Fair start and end?

The Long Island Camp Fair & Activity Expo runs from 11:00am to 3:00pm. Activities are ongoing, so you can show up any time.

How to prepare for the event:

Before visiting a Camp Fair, consider what type of experience you are looking for your child to have at camp. The more questions you ask, the better you will be able to understand what the camp is about and if it’s the right fit for your child. Also keep in mind that the more open you are with camp directors, the better informed you will be when it comes to making a decision. Here are a few questions to ask the camp leadership team:

  • What is your camp’s mission and philosophy?
  • What type of child is successful at your camp?
  • What is your camp’s program?
  • What type of training and education do you and your staff have?
  • What are the safety procedures?
  • What are your enrollment options?
  • How does your camp handle special needs?

Keep in mind that the more open families are with camp directors, the better informed they will be when it comes to making a decision.

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