Dates: May 28-Aug. 13
Cost: $199 per week (half day), $299 per week (full day)
920 Old Mill Road, Cedar Park
512-940-4025 | www.allstarsportscamp.org
Young artists can improve their drawing and painting skills at Art + Academy camps. Classes aim to balance fun with expert instruction to improve campers’ skills.
Dates: June 1-Aug. 13
Cost: $320 (per week)
9308 Anderson Mill Road, Ste. 200, Austin
512-701-8070 | www.artclassesaustin.com
Art Amore Excursion & Studio offers creative studio camps and excursion camps to help young artists discover and expand their skills. Each camp has a unique theme, and groups are kept small.
Dates: May 31-Aug. 20
6507 Jester Blvd., Ste. 107, Austin
512-983-7022 | www.artamoreaustin.com
At Austin Ninjas, campers have training sessions on the various ninja obstacle courses, play group games and create their own obstacle course designs.
Dates: June 1-Aug. 13
Cost: $300 per week
6001 W. Parmer Lane, Ste. 430, Austin
512-514-0555 | www.austinninjas.com
Bluebonnet Summer Camp is offering seven unique sessions for campers to learn about cultures, customs, traditions, food and art from across the world. The curriculum of the camp focuses on science, technology, engineering, art and math. Campers can also play at the camp’s swimming pool, playground area and large splash pad.
Ages: completed kindergarten to 5th grade
Dates: June 1-Aug. 11
10321 Boulder Lane, Austin
3420 El Salido Parkway, Cedar Park
512-219-5100 (Canyon Creek) | 512-331-9009 (Cedar Park) | www.bluebonnetschool.com
Camp Doublecreek, which celebrates its 50th year of hosting day camps for kids this summer, offers more than 30 outdoor activities for campers. The camp offers free transportation from pickup spots around the Austin area.
Dates: June 1-Aug. 13
Cost: $410 (per week with discounts for multiple weeks and siblings)
800 Double Creek Drive, Round Rock
512-255-3661 | www.campdoublecreek.com
Camp Jump’s theme-based camps include a variety of activities, such as gymnastics, interactive centers, yoga, arts and crafts, games, music and dance.
Dates: June 7-Aug. 13
Cost: $265-$470 per week
Jump Gymnastics, 2117 W. Anderson Lane, Austin
512-593-6226 | www.jump-austin.com
Cordovan Art School campers learn from artist-educators and create works of art in various mediums, such as clay, painting, drawing, sculpture, anime and drama. COVID-19 safety measures are in place, according to Cordovan Art School.
Dates: May 26-Aug. 19
Cost: $107-$449 (per week, supply fee additional)
8108 Mesa Drive, Ste. B-102, Austin
737-300-1200 | www.cordovanartschool.com
Dive World Summer Camp is holding three separate scuba camps for kids and teens interested in diving. The Seal Team Camp is not a scuba certification, but prepares young divers with basic diving skills for certification. Dive World’s Teen Scuba Camp gets teens to achieve certification and the Teen Advanced Open Water + Specialties camp is a new offering for teens holding certifications that are looking to take their diving skills to the next level.
Dates: June 7-Aug. 13
Dive World Austin, 12129 N. RM 620, Ste. 440, Austin
512-219-1220 | www.diveworldaustin.com
ESTEAM Learning Labs is hosting a handful of different camps this year for kids with varying interests. Camps include a Lego creation lab, two Battle Bots camps, a comic book creation week, a YouTube content creation camp and a Lego engineering camp for junior kids.
Dates: June 1-Aug. 12
Cost: $350-$400 (per week)
Dell Jewish Community Center, 7300 Hart Lane, Austin
512-740-3024 | www.esteamlearninglabs.com/camps
Fantastic Magic Camp teaches magic, juggling and puppetry through an inclusive day camp environment. Each day ends with a show from a professional magician, juggler or clown.
Dates: June 7-Aug. 20 (in person)
Cost: $650 (two weeks)
7500 Woodrow Ave., Austin
512-988-3045 | www.magiccamp.com
Game Worlds campers learn from game developers and build their own video games. Developers help students bring their vision to life by teaching campers programming, design, business, audio engineering, art and business presentation. Students end each week with a playable game they have created themselves.
Dates: June 14-Aug. 20
Cost: $550-$650 (per week)
Austin Community College Northridge, 11928 Stonehollow Drive, Austin
512-609-0052 | www.gameworldscamp.com
JWSD Dance Arts North Dance Camps students can explore dance through hip-hop, jazz, theater, crafts and games. Camp runs Tuesday through Friday, 1-4 p.m. This year, camp is offered in small group sizes in order to provide a safe camp experience.
Ages: 5-6 and 7-10
Dates: every week in June and July
Cost: $200 (per student)
12687 Research Blvd., Austin
512-633-6213 | www.jwsd.net
This year, kidsActing Summer Camp is offering single and multiple week camps. Each camp ends with performances for friends and family.
Dates: May 31-Aug. 13
Cost: $265-$365 (per week)
512-836-5437 | www.kidsactingstudio.com
Campers at Magic Shot Doc & Hall of Fame Camps can improve their shooting percentage and learn new scoring techniques by training with professional coaches. Drills focus on mechanics, fundamentals of movement, dribbling and jumping while preventing injury.
Ages: kindergarten-12th grade
Dates: June 7-9, June 28-30, July 26-28
512-791-9464 | www.magicbasketballclub.com
Quarries Camp is an activity-based camp for kids to have fun over the summer with a faith-based mission.
Dates: first week of June to last week of July
Cost: $65 (per day), $285 (per week)
11400 N. MoPac, Austin
512-241-0233 | https://quarriesrec.org
Campers with a passion for Minecraft can participate in a variety of themed camp options. The Scholar Ship Gaming Camps has added a Spanish language camp to help teach kids a second or third language. Other camp themes include arts and crafts, astronomy and climate change science.
Dates: May 31-Aug. 17
Cost: $250 (per week)
6001 W. Parmer Lane, Ste. 390, Austin
512-333-4684 | www.thescholarship.rocks
Triumphant Love Lutheran Church’s Camp Hope teaches lessons and stories from the Bible through worship, activities, snacks, art, STEM, drama and music. The theme of this year’s camp is “Action Packed.”
Dates: July 12-16, 19-23
Cost: $150 (with discounts for additional siblings)
9508 Great Hills Trail, Austin
512-346-5683 | www.tllc.org
Waterloo Swimming is offering two camps this summer, with one geared toward novice-level swimmers who want to learn more about water safety awareness and develop stronger swim skills, and another for more experienced swimmers to strengthen skills through guided swims, games and crafts.
Ages: grades 1-6
Dates: June 7-July 29
Cost: $160 (per week)
Waterloo Swimming Northwest, 12332 N. RM 620, Austin
Waterloo Swimming Central, 3200 W. Anderson Lane, Austin
512-401-3404 | www.waterlooswimming.com
At Wet & Wild Adventure Camp, kids go on a different field trip every day. Activities include swimming in pools, lakes, rivers and water parks as well as trips to arcades, go-kart tracks and more.
Dates: June 21-25, July 19-23, Aug. 2-6
Cost: $400-$480 (per week)
Balcones District Park, 12017 Amherst Drive, Austin (drop-off/pickup location)
512-771-3188 | www.wetwildcamp.com