A+ = Academics such as science, technology, engineering and math
ART = Arts including fine arts and performing arts
DAY = Day camp
NIGHT = Overnight or sleepaway camp
SP = Sports camp
1. Bushi Ban Summer Camp attendees will learn martial arts techniques from karate, kickboxing and jiu-jitsu. The camp is also held at the League City and Seabrook location.
Dates: May 30-Aug. 16
2465 Bay Area Blvd., Houston
2. Camp Clear Lake campers can spend their days with arts and crafts, playing in team sports, swimming, and watching movies.
16511 Diana Lane, Houston
3. Explorer Camps at Space Center Houston allow campers to learn about space, rocketry, how to design habitats and programming robots.
1601 NASA Parkway, Houston
4. Kids U and Hawk STEAM Academy Summer Camps at the University of Houston-Clear Lake offer campers the chance to learn about topics ranging from creative writing to STEM.
Ages: grades pre-K-12
2700 Bay Area Blvd., Houston
5. School of Rock Clear Lake Camps attendees will be able to play instruments like guitar and learn songwriting.
1020 W. NASA Parkway, Ste. 146, Webster
6. Pyramid Kids Camps attendees will learn about ecosystem conservation, conduct experiments and meet animals.
Ages: grades K-8
Dates: May 29-Aug. 11
1 Hope Blvd., Galveston
7. Texas A&M Sea Camp attendees will have access to research vessels, oceanographic equipment and laboratory facilities as they learn about marine environments.
200 Seawolf Parkway, Galveston
8. Bay Area Arts Conservatory Summer Workshops and Dance Camps attendees will have the opportunity to participate in different musical theater summer camps. Younger campers can also join a princess- or rainbow pop-themed dance camp.
400 Hobbs Road, Ste. 202, League City
9. Camp by the Creek in League City offers different programs, including arts and crafts, games, field trips, and outdoor activities.
400 S. Kansas Ave., League City
10. Code Ninjas Summer Camps participants can learn coding, 3D printing, how their favorite video games work and what it takes to become a YouTuber at various different camps offered throughout the summer.
3725 E. League City Parkway, Ste. 140, League City
11. GenZ Summer Camp, hosted by Kids ‘R’ Kids Learning Academy, will offer campers the chance to learn about animals, participate in a talent show and play games. The camp will be available at multiple League City locations.
Ages: grades K-5
A+, ART, DAY, SP
1092 W. League City Parkway, League City
12. Kinder Camp, hosted by the city League City, will offer young campers a chance to enjoy a variety of camp activities with a new camp beginning in 2023.
400 S. Kansas Ave., League City
13. Music Camp 2023 offered by Bay Area Youth Singers will allows campers to practice singing and performing.
Ages: grades 1-8
Dates: July 10-14
18220 Upper Bay Drive, Nassau Bay
14. St. Thomas the Apostle Episcopal Church & School Camps attendees will be able to practice archery and fencing, play theater games, learn French and draw art at one of the many camps on offer.
Dates: June 5-Aug. 18
ART, DAY, SP
18300 Upper Bay Road, Nassau Bay
15. Armand Bayou Nature Center EcoCamp attendees will have the opportunity to learn about the natural world through a variety of different activities, including fishing, canoeing, hiking, bird watching, and arts and crafts.
Dates: June 5-Aug. 4
Cost: $150-$310 per week
8500 Bay Area Blvd., Pasadena
16. Ultimate Slammin’ Summer Day Camp in Webster will offer campers the opportunity to engage in activities such as skating, swimming, cooking, field trips, and arts and crafts.
311 Pennsylvania Ave., Webster
17. USA Ninja Challenge Camp attendees will be able to navigate obstacle courses that will involve jumping, climbing and swinging like a ninja, and compete in games.
Dates: June 5-30
309 Ibis St., Webster
18. Sport Divers offers weekly summer camps each year. Scuba diving skills are practiced both in a pool and in open water, and participants can earn a certification.
20814 Gulf Freeway, Ste. 60, Webster