2019 Camp Guide: Spring break camps in McKinney

Craig Ranch Fitness & Spa Youth Spring Break Camp

Craig Ranch Fitness & Spa Youth Spring Break Camp

With spring break on the horizon, now is a good time for parents to consider some fun options for their children. Here is a noncomprehensive list of spring break camps taking place in McKinney.

Adventure Spring Break Camp

Attendees participate in scavenger hunts, games, a field trip, crafts and swimming.
Ages 6-12. March 11-15. $200 (member), $280 (nonmember)
Apex Centre
3003 Alma Road


This two-day camp includes beach-themed crafts, games, makeovers, dancing and karaoke. The camp fee includes activities, crafts and a snack. Attendees should bring a water bottle and lunch.
Ages 4-10. March 11-12. $75
Made of Sugar and Spice
207 N. Kentucky St.

Craig Ranch Fitness & Spa Youth Spring Break Camp

Campers will swim, take on-site field trips, jump in a bounce house, and play knocker ball and sports. Sports include tennis, basketball and indoor rock
Ages 2-4 (pee wee camp, half day only), 5-11. March 11-15. Prices vary.
Craig Ranch Fitness & Spa
7910 Collin McKinney Parkway

Michael Johnson Performance Spring Break Camp

Participants will be able to train like athletes by learning the fundamentals of power, strength, agility and more.
Ages 8-18. Dates to be determined. $200-$349
Michael Johnson Performance 6051 Alma Road

Spring Break Mini Camps

The Heard Natural Science Museum & Wildlife Sanctuary hosts three spring break camps with themes including “Family Birding 101,” “Flower Power” and “Keeper Jr.” Preregistration for each camp is required.
Grades kindergarten and older (birding), kindergarten-6th grade (flower), grades 3-9 (keeper). March 12 (keeper), March 13 (birding), March 14 (flower). $18 (members), $22(nonmembers)
Heard Natural Science Museum
1 Nature Place

Spring Break Superhero Academy

Topics covered at the Superhero Academy include secret identities, building a hero, graduation, and superhero science and art. Attendees can create their own superhero name and symbol, and draw and build buildings and superheros.
Grades pre-kindergarten, kindergarten-5th. March 11-15. Free
Roy and Helen Hall Library
101 E. Hunt St.

Wine & Design McKinney Spring Break Camps

Two themed sessions include a wizard and magic camp for children and a comic book camp for teens. Attendees get to create art and enhance their artistic skills.
Ages 5-12 (kids), 13-17 (teen). March 11-15. $35 (per session)
Wine & Design McKinney
2107 Eldorado Parkway, Ste. 106
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