Guide to summer camps in Frisco

4 the Love of Dance offers three camps this summer.

4 the Love of Dance offers three camps this summer.

Summer Camp Guide

Summer camps in Frisco are already filling up fast. From academic camps to sports camps, Frisco has a variety to choose from. Here is a list of local youth summer camps across the area.


1. Bricks 4 Kidz

Children can learn how to build detailed designs with Lego bricks at the various camps at Bricks 4 Kids. The camps include “Minecraft,” Pokemon and “Star Wars” themes. One of the camps—Jumping, Mining, and Crafting—includes an hour at Urban Air Trampoline Park.

Ages: 5-13
Dates: June 12-Aug. 18
Cost: starting at $175

Various Frisco locations


The learning center will offer summer camps that focus on science, technology, engineering, art and math. Activities include drama clubs, mental math, science labs and robotics.

Ages: 4 and older
Dates: June 5-Aug. 18
Cost: $75

4280 Main St., Ste. 500, Frisco

Arts & Performance

3. 4 the Love of Dance

4 the Love of Dance offers three camps this summer. During Pop Star Camp, students will learn several different types of dance, choreography and how to let their personality shine through dance. Princess Camp is a week filled with learning the basics of ballet, tap and jazz to Princess music. End of Summer Camp includes activities such as games, crafts, photo booth, water games, a dance party and story time.

Ages: 6-14 (Pop Star), 3-8 (Princess), 4-12 (End of Summer)

Dates: June 26-29 (Princess), July 17-21 (Rock Star Camp), Aug. 14-18 (End of Summer)

Cost: $145 (Pop Star, half day), $225 (Pop Star, full day), $145 (Princess), $225 (End of Summer)

4681 Ohio Drive, Frisco

4. 7-Notes

The program offers daily group music classes, private music lessons, a drawing class, children’s yoga, chess, and science, technology and engineering lessons.

Ages: 6-12
Dates: sessions run June 19-Aug. 18
Cost: $650 (two-week session), $100 (extended day)

2787 Preston Road, Frisco

5. The Artist Experience

Young artists can work on developing their artistic skills at any of the seven camps offered. The camps aim to help the participants work on techniques, including light, shadow, color and proportions. Each of the camps is broken up by age groups. All supplies are provided.

Ages: 5-17
Dates: June 10-Aug. 18
Cost: $125

Various locations

6. Frisco School of Music and Performing Arts

Frisco School of Music and Performing Arts offers music, art and theater camps throughout the summer. Each camp is geared toward a particular age group. At the end of each camp, the participants perform something they learned.      

Ages: 3-14
Dates: June 12-Aug. 4
Cost: starting at $180

9255 Preston Road, Frisco

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7. Frisco School of Rock

At this performance-based music camp, participants learn the basics of rehearsing in a studio, performing live and working with music professionals. Clinics, workshops and private instruction are all part of the package. The participants will put on a live show for guests at the end of camp.

Ages: 7-17
Dates: June 5-Aug. 25
Cost: $384 (per camp until April 30), $549 (per camp after April 30)

6891 W. Main St., Frisco

8. Frisco Youth Theatre

In the Art and Drama Camp, participants will get the chance to work on visual arts projects, such as painting, pottery and sculpture, as well as performing arts skills, such as improvisation, movement and singing. In the Production Camp, participants will work on theater skills, such as acting, choreography and costuming. The camp will close with a performance each Friday.

Ages: 5-12
Dates: June 5-Aug. 18
Cost: camps start at $150

8004 N. Dallas Parkway, Frisco

9. Kids N Art

The themed camps offer participants the chance to create artwork with different media. Those themes include Disney, fairy tales and superheroes.

Ages: 6-14
Dates: June 5-Aug. 24
Cost: $205-$225

2693 Preston Road, Ste. 1020, Frisco

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10. Make Expression

Make Expression is offering five different art camp options this summer. Art Around the World will teach children different art techniques from across the Globe, and STEM Art Camp will show children how to connect science, technology, engineering and math with artistic expression. The other three are themed camps: ARTrageous, Cartooning and World of Imagination.

Ages: 5-13
Dates: June 5-July 21
Cost: $195

4851 Legacy Drive, Ste. 606, Frisco

11. Music Institute of North Texas

The institute’s summer camps range from Musical Discovery, where campers play a variety of instruments, to Pop Music for Pianists.

Ages: 4 and older
Dates: June 12-Aug. 4
Cost: $160–$180, $25 (material fee per camp)

4747 Ohio Drive, Frisco

Day Camps

12. House of Hadley Kate

House of Hadley Kate will host minicamps that include arts and crafts, games and snacks. Each camp will have a theme, such as a Mad Hatter Tea Party, Detective Mystery Soiree and Beach Bash.

Ages: 6 and older
Dates: June 5-Aug. 18
Cost: $42.95 (each class)

6881 Pecan St., Frisco

13. Jungle Joe’s

Participants at Jungle Joe’s Summer Camp sessions will play games and sports, create crafts,  do educational experiments and read books.

Ages: 3-8
Dates: June 12–Aug. 11
Cost: $40 (per day), $135-$340 (punch cards, five- and 10-day sessions)

7447 Hillcrest Road, Ste. 104, Frisco

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14. Kidventure

Kidventure offers weekly adventures for children to attend this summer. The themes of the summer day camps include Intergalactic, Captain KV and The Mystic Sea and KVarsity.

Ages: 3-12
Dates: June 5-Aug. 18
Cost: $220-$249

Frisco Athletic Center, 5828 Nancy Jane Lane, Frisco

15. Pump it Up

The summer day camp participants can jump on the inflatables at Pump It Up. They also can make art projects with the help of the instructors. Each camp has a different theme, such as Egyptian Art, Superhero and Radical Reptiles.

Ages: 5-10
Dates: June 6-Aug. 3
Cost: $150

7164 Technology Drive, Ste. 200, Frisco

16. Super Summer Fun Days

Children across Frisco will have the chance to get together to form friendships and take part in summer activities. The Fun Days activities include swimming at the Outdoor Aquatic Center, creating arts and crafts projects and playing indoor games such as pool and air hockey.

Ages: 7-12
Dates: June 12-Aug. 11
Cost: $95 (residents), $105 (nonresidents)

Frisco Athletic Center, 5828 Nancy Jane Lane, Frisco

17. Young Chefs Academy

The “Chopped” day camp teaches campers new cooking skills that they then use to make their own creations. Camp Chocolate focuses on the tasty sweet. Registration is required, and the fee is nonrefundable.

Ages: 4-17
Dates: July 24-Aug. 4
Cost: $250

9350 Pasadena St., Ste. 300, Frisco

Math & Science

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18. theCoderSchool

A variety of weeklong camps at theCoderSchool are available for new and experienced coders. Sessions include creating new and classic games, an introduction to web technologies and a girls-only camp.

Ages: 8 and older
Cost: starting at $349 (early-bird discount)

3288 Main St., Ste. 110, Frisco

19. Collin College

Girls between grades 7 and 10 will have the opportunity to design and build their own technological creation at the All Girls Summer Robotics Camp sponsored by Collin College Robotics Camp and engineering department.

Ages: grades 7-10
Dates: July 19-21
Cost: $89

Preston Ridge Campus, Conference Center, 9700 Wade Blvd., Frisco

20. Growing IQ

At this full-day camp, participants will learn how to use math in nature, arts, crafts, money, science and technology.

Ages: 3 1/2 -11
Dates: July 10-Aug.11
Cost:  $345 (full day), $420 (full day with extended care)

3288 Main St., Ste. 110, Frisco


21. Eagle Gymnastics Academy

Eagle Gymnastics Academy will host theme-filled camps throughout the summer. Participants will learn gymnastics as well as play games and make crafts. The participants are grouped into Tumble Bugs, who are ages 3 and 4, and Sky Swingers, who are ages 5-12. 

Ages: 3-12
Dates: June 5-Aug. 10
Cost: $240 (per week with full day), $145 (per week with half day, morning), $125 (per week with half day, afternoon)

6085 Sports Village Road, Frisco

22. FieldhouseUSA

FieldhouseUSA offers a variety of sports-camp options: all sports, basketball, soccer, volleyball, futsal and football. The All Sport camp provides children the opportunity to play multiple gym games throughout the day. The sport-specific camps will develop skills and techniques that can be used in a game.

Ages: 6-13
Dates: June 5-Aug. 18
Cost: passes start at $55

6155 Sports Village Road, Frisco

23. Frisco RoughRiders Baseball Academy

Campers can learn baseball skills and drills from the Frisco RoughRiders players and coaching staff. Three different camps are available to serve the different age groups.

Ages: 4-14
Dates: July 10-Aug. 4
Cost: $160-$180

Dr Pepper Ballpark, 7300 RoughRiders Trail, Frisco

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24. Lakes Tennis Academy

Participants have two options for summer camps at the Lakes Tennis Academy: tennis and swim camps and Junior Academy Summer 2017. For the tennis and swim camps, the equipment is sized to work for the size of the campers to help them succeed on the court.

Ages: 4-14
Dates: June 5-Aug. 10 (half day), June 12-July 20 (full day)
Cost: starting at $225 (half day), $349 (full day)

4000 Legacy Drive, Frisco

25. World Olympics Gymnastics Academy Frisco

Budding gymnasts can come to this summer camp to receive training from safety-certified, experienced coaches. The attendees will also have the chance to tumble, use the trampolines, play games and make arts and crafts.

Ages: 3 and older
Dates: June 5-Aug. 18
Cost: starting at $150 (per week), $35 (per day)

5936 Nancy Jane Lane, Frisco

Many Frisco day care centers, preschools and churches also have summer camps not included in this guide. The Summer Camp Guide is not a comprehensive guide to summer camps in Frisco.


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