Sending your kids off to summer camp for the first time can be a nerve wracking experience for parents. After all, a week long, sleep-away camp is very different from an overnight visit to a neighborhood friend's house. But how can parents who maybe never spent the night a cabin themselves find an overnight camp that's right for their kids? These days, there are a wide variety of summer camps for kids and teens that focus on specific activities and interests. This can make finding a camp that both you and your children feel good about a lot easier. What follows is a list of some of the more common types of sleep-away cabin camps. And remember, just because a camp has a specialty, that doesn't mean they won't offer traditional activities like lake swimming and craft programs. Here are a few examples of the different types of summer camps for kids.