16 summer camps to explore in Round Rock, Pflugerville, Hutto this summer

Summer program themes at the Greater Austin Dance Academy include superheroes, puppy parties and Christmas in July. (Courtesy Greater Austin Dance Academy)
Summer program themes at the Greater Austin Dance Academy include superheroes, puppy parties and Christmas in July. (Courtesy Greater Austin Dance Academy)

Summer program themes at the Greater Austin Dance Academy include superheroes, puppy parties and Christmas in July. (Courtesy Greater Austin Dance Academy)

Parents interested in enrolling their children for summer camp have a variety of in-person and virtual options. This noncomprehensive listing is accurate as of press time, but information is subject to change. Dates and location for city camps are still to be determined.


Code Wizards HQ: virtual camp

This online camp offers live, instructional classes for students to learn coding courses and techniques from expert coders. Each three-week course is taught at a set time and features a structuring coding curriculum.

Dates: June 7-24, July 5-22, Aug. 2-19

Grade: 3-12; programs vary by age group

Cost: $149 per week



Camp Invention: in-person, virtual camp options

The Camp Invention program focuses on hands-on science, technology, engineering and math courses for campers to participate in.

Dates: Dates available all summer

Ages: Grades kindergarten-6th

Cost: Programs start at $235

Kerley Elementary School, 800 Haybarn Lane, Hutto

Teravista Elementary School, 4419 Teravista Club Drive, Round Rock



E.S.T.E.A.M. Learning Labs: in-person

E.S.T.E.A.M. Learning Labs offers science, technology, engineering and math-friendly camps. Camp specialities include robotics, engineering, Legos and coding.

Dates: June 7-Aug. 6

Ages: 5-14

Cost: $385 for full-day program

E.S.T.E.A.M Academy

12 Lake Drive, Round Rock

Allen R. Baca Center

301 W. Bagdad Ave., Ste. 2, Round Rock



Fun 2 Learn Code: in-person, virtual camp options

The summer camp provides instruction in Python, Unity, Minecraft, Scratch and app development programs. Both half and full-day programs are available.

Dates: June 1-Aug. 13

Ages: 7-16

Cost: $50-$275, depending on camp and length of day

Fun 2 Learn Code,

416 Chisholm Valley Drive, Round Rock



Hatch House Summer Camp: camp format TBD

The Hatch House School academic enrichment camp offers weekly summer programs in which campers learn under weekly themes. Summer camps include special guests, field trips and splash pad play.

Dates: TBD

Grades: kindergarten-5th

Cost: TBD

Hatch House School Round Rock

3087 FM 1431, Round Rock




Art Camps at Cordovan Art School: in-person

Summer camps at Cordovan Art School include more than 40 themes for campers to choose from. The camps feature small class sizes and COVID-19 safety measures will be in place.

Dates: June 4-Aug. 20

Ages: 5-16

Cost: varies

Cordovan Art School Round Rock

3810 Gattis School Road, Ste. 108, Round Rock



E.S.T.E.A.M. Learning Labs: in-person

Artistic summer camp offerings through E.S.T.E.A.M. Learning Labs include a comic book creation program, Lego movie making, teen filmmaking, board game creation, an introduction to video production, cosplay costume design and makeup tutorials and weekly themed discovery camps.

Dates: June 7-July 30; weekly or two-week program that varies by camp

Ages: 5-17

Cost: Varies

E.S.T.E.A.M Academy

12 Lake Drive, Round Rock

Allen R. Baca Center

301 W. Bagdad Ave., Ste. 2, Round Rock



Greater Austin Dance Academy: in-person; half-day and full-day options available

Summer program themes at the Greater Austin Dance Academy include superheroes, puppy parties and Christmas in July.

Dates: June-August; dates vary by camp

Ages: 3-16

Cost: Camps start at $175

Greater Austin Dance Academy

2641 Forest Creek Drive, Round Rock



Premier Music Academy: in-person, virtual camp options

The music academy is open year-round for private music lessons and an early childhood music education program, Musikgarten. Lessons include piano, guitar, voice, drums, saxophone, cello and violin, among others.

Dates: open year-round

Ages: all ages

Cost: varies by program

Premier Music Academy

1400 E. Old Settlers Blvd., Ste. 116, Round Rock




Camp Doublecreek: in-person

Camp Doublecreek offers more than 30 outdoor activities, including horseback riding, archery, swimming and arts and crafts.

Dates: June 1-Aug. 13

Ages: 4-14

Cost: varies

Camp Doublecreek

800 Double creek Drive, Round Rock



Pony Pals Summer Camp: in-person

The outdoor camp will assign each camper with their own horse to care for and train. Learning techniques include horse safety, grooming, feeding, caring and leading horses through obstacle courses.

Dates: weekly from May 31-July 30

Ages: 6 and older

Cost: $195 per week

Northwind Stable

1355 CR 105, Hutto



YMCA Camp Twin Lakes Summer 2021 Overnight and Day Camp: in-person

The YMCA of Greater Williamson County’s Camp Twin Lakes offers 55 acres of outdoor adventures for campers to explore. Camps include a day camp, a two-day miniature camp, a weeklong overnight camp and a three-week leadership camp.

Dates: June 1-Aug. 13; varies by camp

Ages: 5-17; varies by camp

Cost: varies

Camp Twin Lakes

204 E. Little Elm Trail, Cedar Park




Brandy Perryman Shooting Camp Inc.: in-person

The basketball camp specializes in training campers in proper shooting techniques, with an emphasis on positive competition, self-esteem and discipline.

Dates: June 28-July 1, Aug. 2-5

Ages: 7-16

Cost: $240 before June 1

Clay Madsen Recreation Center (June 28-July 1)

1600 Gattis School Road, Round Rock••Brushy Creek Community Center (Aug. 2-5)

16318 Great Oaks Drive, Round Rock



D-Bat Austin Summer Camps: in-person

Core focuses of D-Bat Austin summer camps include lessons on hitting, fielding, pitching, catching and baserunning, among others. Camps are offered to both baseball and softball players.

Dates: Weekly from June 7-July 30

Ages: 12 and under

Cost: costs start at $75 per one-day clinics

D-Bat Austin

3813 Helios Way, Ste. 240, Pflugerville



Round Rock Express Baseball and Softball Camps: in-person; half-day and full-day options available

The outdoor camps focus on campers in learning the fundamentals of hitting, throwing and fielding, as well as defensive and offensive skills.

Dates: June 14-Aug. 5

Ages: 6-14

Cost: costs start at $250

Dell Diamond

3400 E. Palm Valley Blvd., Round Rock



SuperHero Camp: in-person; half-day and full-day options available

Maldonado ATA Martial Arts is hosting a camp featuring martial arts training, along with indoor and outdoor physical activities. Attendees will also craft a superhero cape and mask.

Dates: June 7-11

Ages: 8-13

Cost: costs begin at $139/child (half-day), $229/child (full-day)

Maldonado ATA Martial Arts

4500 E. Palm Valley Blvd., Ste. 126, Round Rock



2021 Worldwide Wonder Camp

The camp is a licensed day care facility with specialization in karate classes and cultural immersion. Cultural immersion elements include learning about foreign countries and cultures, studying national parks throughout the United States and optional day trip outings.

Camp format TBD

Dates, ages and cost: TBD

Pflugerville Martial Arts Academy

2700 W. Pecan St., Pflugerville

512-522-3912, ext. 703


Editor's note: Camp details for the Round Rock Express Baseball and Softball Camps were released on March 4, after press-time. Camp information has been updated above.


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