Our 2018 Summer Camp Guide is online! Here's why STL Camps is the most effective way to promote your summer camps to hundreds of thousands of parents across the St. Louis metro area:

► When you advertise your summer camp at stlcamps.com, part of stlparent.com, your camp will be featured in the St. Louis area's most popular, #1 Google ranked, best known, mobile optimized, highest-traffic summer camp guide, AND your camp will be promoted at all the major St Louis area camp fairs!

Our 2018 Summer Camp Guide is online Jan. 1 - Aug. 15, featured prominently on our home page. Each camp in our guide is featured by name in a drop-down menu on our home page as well. Getting your camp into our guide is the only way to have it promoted our email newsletters and on our social media platforms. That's a lot of targeted promotion for your camp, and it's why, year after year, more than 100+ summer camps trust us to secure enrollment for their camps.

What STL Camps Does for Your Camp:

► Promote your summer camp at stlcamps.com, part of stlparent.com, the most trusted, most visited camp guide for parents in the St. Louis metro area. Now more than ever, parents look for summer camps and enrichment programs online, where information is available whenever they need it, from their smartphone, tablet, laptop or desktop, and from the mobile-optimized web site they trust and visit throughout the year for other parenting needs.

► Our camp guide is easy for parents to find and use. It's searchable for their child/ren's age, interest, location, camp dates, type of camp, and whether they're looking for a day or sleep-away camp. It also ranks first in organic (unpaid) search engine results for key search terms, so your camp will be found online easily by those looking for summer camps in the St. Louis metro area, and those looking for sleep-away camps that serve families in St. Louis. (Google "St. Louis Summer Camps" to see what we mean!)

We're now in our 12th year of helping parents choose the right day camps and sleep-away camps for their children!

► Why is our camp guide so popular year after year? It's part of St. Louis' most popular parenting resource, St. Louis Parent! Plus, we promote our guide at the Summer Opportunities Fair and Parkway-Rockwood Summer Expo, which we also sponsor.

Don't forget the perks!

► When you advertise your summer camps at stlcamps.com, part of stlparent.com, we'll promote your Spring Break and Winter Camps for free! 

► Your camp will be included in our newsletters at no added cost

► When you advertise your summer camps at stlcamps.com, part of stlparent.com, we'll promote your organization's events and camp open houses in our Things To Do calendar and daily Things To Do email newsletter year-round (also free!)! Listings are just $150 per month.
 

Click here to get your summer camp into our guide

Or, contact us to reserve your space today. We also offer display ads, social media promotions and email promotions for your camp. Book early – spaces fill FAST.

Call 314-809-5677, or email advertise@stlparent.com
 

stlcamps.com is the most popular Summer Camp Guide in the St. Louis metro area!

by Julia Bollman, publisher of STL Parent
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Boo at the Zoo Nights
Tuesday, October 16, 2018
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Explore the St. Louis Zoo after dark during special Boo at the Zoo Nights. This non-scary celebration is designed just for kids and families, and costumes are encouraged.

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Visit the Animal Protective Association (APA) of Missouri for a free story time for preschoolers and help foster their love of animals.

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Parent & Me Pony Rides, Crafts and Farm Animal Experience
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Kids can bring out their inner sculptors and learn how to twist the basic balloon dog, a simple balloon hat, a huge octopus and more at this free workshop led by the pros at Circus Kaput. 

 

 

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