spring break camps in houston

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 near you in the Houston area spanning from nature camps to sports training to theater workshops. What’s more, we have some great free, cheap options that you will find very reasonable. We’ve covered it all!

Read more below for our curated list:

SPRING BREAK CAMPS WITH OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES

Nature Discovery Center – From March 15-19, 2021, children aged 5-10 can be engaged by science and nature-themed camps with games, hands-on activities, art projects and new friends from 9 am – 2 pm! Limit: 10 campers to allow for social distancing in 2 small groups of 5 campers. Member rates are $55; for non members, daily rates are just $65 per day.

George Ranch Historical Park– From 9 am – 5 pm daily March 16-20, this park is available to travel back in time and learn about historical farms like the Jones Stock Farm, the Sharecropper Farm and more! Special cattle drive event takes place on Saturday!

Houston Arboretum & Nature Center– March 15 – 19, kids aged 4 – 12 can enjoy Spring Break Camp virtually with onsite activities. The 2021 Theme is ‘Planet Defenders’, focussing on exploring, investigating, and protecting the natural environment. Fees are $125 for members and $150 for non-members. Registration closes March 9th, 2021.

 

SCIENCE FUN – STEM FOCUSED SPRING BREAK CAMPS

Kids Robotic Academy– This camp running from March 15-19, 2021 divides kids by age 5-12 and has three Houston locations – Sugarland, Pearland and Bellaire. Half-day camps run $300 and you can choose from morning or afternoon classes. Full day camps start at $450. 

Little Beakers – Running from March 15-19, this lab-based science Easter-themed offers exciting chemical reactions and explosions, physics, stretchy/gooey polymers, molecular model building, and much more!  The 5 day camp is $185. Siblings get a 10% discount!

MadScience of Houston– In person or on screen, kids aged 3-12 can take an amazing science journey and make different projects through the week. Prices range from $155-290 depending on ½ day or full day camps. Multiple locations across the Houston area!

The Woodland’s Children’s Museum – Featuring the Spring BreaKation Week workshops designed for 4-8 yr olds, these workshops are specially designed to foster creativity, promote self-expression, and develop a child’s imagination. Classes include ARTistik Adventure, Got Science?, Lego Frenzy Meets Righteous Robotics and Theatre Essentials Workshop. Classes are 9 am – 12 noon or 1 pm – 4 pm and range from $119-$149.

The Health Museum– March 15 – 19,  on Zoom, The Health Museum offers Discovery Camps in A Box – a series of health-themed boxes that have been designed to keep children engaged in STEM activities while learning about medical science and the human body. Price ranges from $65-90 for members and $75-100 for non-members. This is a great inexpensive choice for Spring Break Camps in Houston!

 

SPRING BREAK SPORTS CAMPS IN HOUSTON

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. Spring Break camps are yet to be announced but watch their site for more info coming soon!

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 9:00 am – 1:00 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 9:00 am – 4:00 pm for kids aged 5 – 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 $389 or you can sign up for single days at a time for $90 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 Mon – Fri  from 9:00 – 12:00 noon for $220. Full day camps run Monday- Friday from 9:00 am – 3:00 pm for $295. Daily rates are $85. Early bird and late pick up options are also available.

 

ARTS, THEATRE SPRING BREAK CAMPS

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. 

ArtMix Studio – This Rice Village area arts learning center is open for Spring Break March 15 – 19. Each student will have their own table, supplies, and storage space so that they can work independently and safely in the studio. Camp is limited to a maximum of 15 students and rates start at $65. 

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 9:00 am – 3:30 pm and before and after camp care is also available. Prices are $80 per day or $375 per week. One of the top affordable options for Spring Break Camps in Houston this year!

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 non-members.

What other Spring Break Camps are your kids looking forward to this year in Houston? Share with us in the comments:

 

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