Spring Break is right around the corner and if you’re scrambling to find entertainment or care for the kids, you’re not alone. We’ve rounded up Spring Break Camps in the Houston area spanning from nature camps to sports training to theater workshops. We’ve covered it all!
Read more below for our roundup of Spring Break Camps in Houston:
Mercer Botanic Gardens– This camp runs March 11- 14 from 9 am to 3 pm. Kids will learn food and cooking techniques, plant vegetables, and other fun outdoor activities. This camp is for kids aged 8- 11. Camp is just $40!
Nature Discovery Center– For kids aged 5- 10, learn about science and nature from 9 am to 3:30 pm. Before and after camp care is also available. Preschoolers require an adult to supervise them at all times. Campers will need to bring a lunch and a refillable water bottle. For non members, daily rates are just $59 per day.
George Ranch Historical Park– March 9 and 12- 16, day camps are available to teach kids how to build a log cabin, host a cattle drive, and be a cowboy or cowgirl. There are also historical meals served for an additional fee. This is an accompanied camp and the Family Challenge is held twice daily. Admission to the park is $10 for kids aged 4- 12 and $15 for adults and kids aged 13+.
Houston Arboretum & Nature Center– March 11- 15, kids aged 4- 12 can experience nature in age- appropriate groups. Half- day camps start at $200 and full day camps are $365 for non members. Bring a snack, a lunch, and plenty of water.
Funtastik Labs– For kids aged 5- 10, this STEM- based camp is a fan favorite. Campers will enjoy science- inspired arts and crafts, games, a science lab, and robotics challenges. Their Half- day camps run from 8:30 am- noon OR 12:30- 4 pm for $40 and campers will need nut- free snacks and drinks. Register for the full week of half- day camps and pay just $155. Full- day camps are also available as well as late pick up.
Kids Robotic Academy– This camp divides kids by age and has three Houston locations. Half- day camps run $250 and you can choose from morning or afternoon classes. Full day camps start at $365. They also offer before and after camp care.
Little Beakers– This lab- based science camp offers half- day options all week long for kids aged 3- 13. Snacks and juice are provided; full day campers will bring a sack lunch. The 5 day camp is $185. Siblings get a 10% discount!
MadScience of Houston– This full week Spring Break camp is good for kids aged 3- 12 years and they are separated into age groups. Kids aged 3-5 can attend Sprouting Scientists for $175; kids aged 6- 12 will enroll in Science in Motion for $299. Before and after camp care is also available. Half- day camps run $200- $250 and full day camps are just $100 more!
The Woodland’s Children’s Museum– The Children’s Museum of the Woodlands offers multiple STEAM- focused camps depending on the age of the child. Most classes are half- day but there are other options. Camps begin at $119.
The Health Museum– March 11- 15, there are three options for Health Museum campers. Before and after camp care is available and camps run from 9 am to 3 pm. Campers will need to bring their own lunch. Pricing starts at $385.
Dynamo & Dash Camps– The Houston Dynamo and the Houston Dash soccer teams host an unbelievable camp each year. Campers are divided by age and will learn age and skill- appropriate techniques. There are indoor and outdoor options available. Campers will need to bring a sack lunch, a towel, and plenty of water. Kids aged 4-5 can sign up for a half day from 9- 11 am, March 11- 14. Kids aged 6- 12 can sign up for either a half day ($200) or a full day program ($325).
Houston Gymnastics Academy– This camp focuses on core concepts taught in floor work and tumbling. They provide snacks, you just pack a lunch. They also offer sibling discounts! There are half- day options for kids aged 3-4 from 9 am to 1 pm at $50 non member pricing per day or $250 per week. Full day classes are for kids aged 3- 12 years. Per day is $65 and per week is $300 for non members.
Indoor Tennis at Chancellor’s Family Center– This day camp runs Monday through Friday from 9 am to 3 pm for kids aged 6- 15. There are also advanced camps for super players. Players need to bring their own snack, towels, and plenty of water. The weekly fee for non members is $349 or you can sign up for single days at a time for $85 per class.
JC Sports– This Humble- area sports facility has multiple camp options available. Choose from football, soccer, nerf battles, and more. All sports equipment is provided and the camp is good for kids aged 4- 12. Bring snacks, water, a towel, and lunch. Half- day camps are Monday- Friday from 9 am to noon for $200. Full day camps run Monday- Friday from 9 am- 3 pm for $345. Daily rates are $85. Early bird and late pick up options are also available.
ARTS, THEATRE & MORE
Alley Theater Play Makers Camp– Campers enjoy a full range of theater and acting activities like how to make and stick with bold choices, how to work with an ensemble, and an Open Workshop where they showcase the skills they’ve learned. Camp is March 11- 15 from 9 am to 3 pm. Extended care is available. Tuition is $315.
Bach to Rock– This music school has summer, spring, and winter camps at affordable rates. The classes you enroll your students in depend on their age and individual interests- choose from a Glee Club, Rock Band, recording a studio demo, and more. Camps are 4- 5 days long for kids aged 3 and up. Prices range from $175- $385 and before and after camp care is available.
Drama Kids International– This theater school is offering both a half- day camp and a full- day camp. Each camp runs the full week starting each day at 9 am. Campers will learn about putting on a fable. The half- day class is just $150 and the full day class is $250.
ArtMix Studio– This Rice Village area arts learning center is open for Spring Break March 11- 15 and 18- 22. There are morning, afternoon, and “plus” camp options available. Camp rates start at $65. You can pre- order a lunch or send a sack lunch.
JCC Spring Break– The Evelyn Rubenstein Jewish Community Center offers a few different types of camps. Students in Kinder through 5th grade can enroll in fitness- based camps, photography camps, STEM camps, and more. Camps are 9 am to 3:30 pm and before and after camp care is also available. Prices are $75 per day or $350 per week and registration ends March 9!
YMCA– For kids ages 5 and up, every YMCA location has a variety of camps to choose from. Prices, details, and hours vary by location but the programs are open to both members and nonmembers.
What other Spring Break Camps are your kids looking forward to this year? Share with us in the comments: