There are Orange County summer camps available for all kids. There are all types of programs available, depending on how long you want to keep your kid entertained. There are day camps, overnight camps, or camps that are several days a week. Some, like a sports camp may last for four hours daily or weekly. Orange County summer camps may be held at various locations like the local pool or tennis courts. Locations often depend on the type of activity or activities that the camp offers.Before you choose from the selection of Orange County summer camps, you have to determine exactly what you want your children to do and how much time you want them to spend doing that activity. You also have to determine whether you are looking for a few hours a day every day or maybe an overnight camp of a week's duration. Do you want to send your child to a camp several times a week for only a few hours or do you want them to attend every other day? All this depends on your schedule.Unless you feel your child can safely ride their bike or walk to the camp activity, you or another responsible adult will have to deliver the child to the camp site or location. If the camp is held on a daily basis, say a tennis camp, the child will be expected to attend. Your child will also, you hope, be looking forward to attend the camp on a regular basis. So you don't want to disappoint the child if you are unable to take them to the camp the camp is a sports camp of some type, the child will also need to take any individual sports equipment. Perhaps they are attending a summer golf camp for four hours a day. They will need to have their own golf shoes and you should not expect the camp to provide this type of item. They should have water to drink and if the camp is a longer one, they may need to take a packed lunch. You will have to ensure your schedule has adequate time to get these things together for each day they attend the camp.Choosing the right camp for your children is also important. In order to do this you will have to find out what is available for the time period you want the child to attend. Once you get this information, you and the child will need to decide what activity interests them. Of course, if the child is one and a half years old, you will be the one deciding if you want to accompany the child to whatever group activities are available to children that young. There are summer camps available for the age group of one and a half to two years you make the decision as to what activity the children will pursue for the summer, you only need to pick the right summer camp.