WIN! One FREE Week of Summer Camp at Kalamazoo Country Day School

KCDS Summer Camp

This giveaway brought to you by Kalamazoo Country Day School.

This giveaway is closed. Congrats to the winner, Carolyn!

Summer Camp is the Best Boredom Buster

Spring has officially sprung which means summer is right around the corner. While I love summer fun and the lack of schedule and structure, I’m already dreading hearing my kids say those words.

You know the ones—“Mom, I’m bored.” It ranks right up there with “Mom, can I have a snack?”.

Luckily, Kalamazoo County Day School is offering a variety of Summer Camps to help kids aged 3-14 beat the boredom blues, keeping them energized and engaged with fun activities after the school year winds down.

Summer Camp Giveaway

2021 Summer Camps at KCDS

Kalamazoo Country Day School has something for everyone this summer. Every week features different themes, experiments, adventure, and FUN!

Summer Camp Schedule
Hours: Camps run from 8:15 AM – 3:15 PM
Childcare: Wrap around care is available, covering 7:30 AM – 5:30 PM
Half-Day (Preschool): Half-day option for Preschool Camp ends at 11:45 AM

Preschool Summer Camp (Ages 3 – 6)

Three- to six-year-olds have the opportunity to experience a nine-week journey of exciting adventures and endless fun! Every camp with a unique theme is bound to foster curiosity and develop a variety of social and academic skills – in a safe and caring environment!

Based on a regular preschool day, each week integrates age-appropriate math, language arts, science and technology; offering the children a unique opportunity to learn through hands-on play. Every week features a different theme such as Adventure at Sea, Dinosaurs Rock, and Summer Olympics.

KCDS Preschool Summer Camp takes place at their East Milham campus, at Sprinkle Road. You can register your camper(s) per week or even per day so you truly tailor the schedule to your needs.

School-Aged Summer Camps (Ages 7 – 14)

The fun doesn’t end with preschool. KCDS also welcomes students aged 7-14 to their Portage campus for fun and exciting camps providing a learner centered, supportive and challenging summer experience.

Similar to the preschool summer camp, every week at the KCDS School-Aged Camp has a unique and exciting theme such as Harry Potter, Culinary Camp, Programming Computer Camp, and Soccer. You can register per week so your camper can experience the full summer or just a specific week(s).

How to Register

Registration for both the Preschool and School Aged KCDS Summer Camps are open NOW! Space is limited. More information on themes, pricing, and registration is available on their website.

June 14 – August 13, 2021
School-Aged Kids
June 14 – July 30, 2021

Enter to WIN

WIN a Free Week of KCDS Summer Camp

Kalamazoo Country Day School is giving away one week of summer camp for either preschool camp or school-aged camp. Winner chooses the week. This prize is valued at $290-$325. This will make for one amazing summer experience for one very lucky KZOOKIDS reader!

There are THREE ways to get entries for a chance to win this prize. You must comment below on this article. Facebook comments do NOT count as entries.

1: For a first entry, tell us in the comments below if you went to summer camp as a child.

2: Get a second entry by “liking” the Kalamazoo County Day School Facebook page. Leave a new, separate comment below telling us you did so.

3: Get a third entry by sharing this giveaway with friends. Leave a separate comment telling us how you shared.

Partner Info

Kalamazoo Country Day School

43221 E Milham Avenue
Portage, MI 49002

FACEBOOK | (269) 329-0116


This giveaway will close on April 19, 2021 at midnight and the winners will be notified via email. The winner will have 24 hours to respond by email accepting the prize. No purchase necessary to enter the contest. Leaving a comment on this blog post is not a requirement of entry. This promotion is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with, Facebook. You are providing your information to and not to Facebook. The information you provide will only be used to enter the contest and notify winners. Entrants will release Facebook from all liability. Entrants must be at least 18 years of age and reside in Michigan. Only one entry per household or IP address. Entrants may also enter the contest by sending an email to win at grkids dot com containing their name, address, phone number and email address along with the words: KCDS Summer Camp Giveaway in the subject line. KZOOKids’ liability is limited to the value of the prize.

50 thoughts on “WIN! One FREE Week of Summer Camp at Kalamazoo Country Day School”

    1. I called my niece Cecilia/ sister Kelly about this so one of their children may also have the opportunity to possibly attend camp this summer.

  1. I loved summer camp when I was a kid. I loved it so much I became a counselor at the same camp when I was old enough!

  2. I shared this with my sister so my wonderful nieces and nephew could experience Summer camp too!

  3. I never had the opportunity for summer camp as a kid. I’d love my kids to experience the joy, friendship, learning and fun!

  4. I loved going to camp as a kid and meeting new friends I wouldn’t have met in school alone. We learned all kinds of new skills like archery and horseback riding too! Great for the summer!

  5. I shared to my personal Facebook account! I’m sure lots of my friends will enter too.

    1. I went to a summer camp when I was about 10 years old and the experience has stuck with me my whole life. It was so much fun.

  6. Karissa Schmidt

    I went to several summer camps and this was a pivotal part of childhood. Huge advocate for summer camp and HUGE advocate for KCDS.

  7. Gizeth Hernández

    I as a kid couldn’t go because my single mother couldn’t afford it but I remember all the kids talking about it saying it how fun it was, now I’d love for my kid to go so he can experience what I didn’t get the chance to.

  8. I went to Camp Shawadasee as a Girl Scout and always had a great experience being outdoors for the week! I would like to give my 7 year-old son that same experience.

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