1. AR Workshop’s do-it-yourself art camp gets kids engaged in the arts by creating their own custom art projects. Camps are offered in morning and afternoon sessions, and each session offers different items.
  • Ages: 6-17
  • Dates: May 30-Aug. 18
  • Cost: $225
  • 16718 House & Hahl Road, Ste. C1, Cypress
  • 832-653-7277
  • www.arworkshop.com
2. Camp Hope at Messiah Lutheran Church will teach kids a new Bible story every day and learn what the stories mean by eating snacks; playing games; and experiencing the story through the arts; science, technology, engineering and math; and worship.
  • Ages: completed kindergarten-sixth grade
  • Dates: June 12-16, June 19-23, June 26-30
  • Cost: $85 (per week), $80 (additional child)
  • 11522 Telge Road, Cypress
  • 281-890-3013
  • www.messiahlc.org/camp-hope
3. Cantu’s Texas Jiu-Jitsu Self-Defense Academy offers children the opportunity to learn jiujitsu self-defense for all skill levels. The camp will cover abduction prevention, character development, bullying and

self-defense training.4. Carolina Creek Christian Camp offers The Wild Camp, Creekside Camp and Elevate Camp for different age levels and Family Camp for all ages.
  • Ages: grades K-12
  • Dates: May 29-Sept. 5
  • Cost: $149-$879
  • 84 Wimberly Lane, Huntsville
  • 936-594-4446
  • www.carolinacreek.org
5. Cookin’ With Kim culinary camp teaches children how to cook. Sessions typically last two to four hours, depending on the theme, and will immerse young chefs into the world of meal preparation.
  • Ages: kindergarten-adult
  • Dates: June-August
  • Cost: $35-$65 (one-day camp) $250 (three-day camp)
  • 15818 Mueschke Road, Cypress
  • 713-870-9822
  • www.cookinwithkim.com
6. Cy-Fair ISD Camp Captivate provides weekly camps throughout the summer featuring a range of learning adventures based on campers’ interests. Camps are facilitated by CFISD teachers, and topics include cooking, science, and arts and crafts, among others.
  • Ages: incoming kindergarteners-eighth grade
  • Dates: June 12-July 21
  • Cost: $170 per week
  • 13403 Woods-Spillane Blvd., Cypress
  • 281-807-8900
  • www.cfisd.net/summercamps
7. Cy-Fair ISD Club Rewind Summer Camps operate as a licensed child care program and offer arts and crafts, indoor and outdoor play and games, STEM challenges, and activities focused on teamwork development.
  • Ages: incoming kindergarteners-sixth grade
  • Dates: June 5-July 28
  • Cost: $145-$175
  • 1111 Telge Road, Cypress 10800 Mills Road, Houston
  • 281-807-8900
  • www.cfisd.net/summercamps
8. Cy-Fair Music and Arts introduces local children to various art forms and music through its 2023 summer camps. Each camp features a different instrument or art medium for students to learn about.9. Cypress Academy is hosting Camp Cypress in the North Houston area over the summer. Those who enroll will be able to participate in open gym, splash days, games and challenges. The Huffmeister location also features ninja camps for children ages 5-14 throughout the summer.
  • Ages: 4-14
  • Dates: June 19-23, July 17-21, Aug. 14-18
  • Cost: $195
  • 11707 Huffmeister Road, Houston
  • 16710 House & Hahl Road, Cypress
  • 281-469-4599
  • www.cypressacademy.com/camp
10. Cypress School of Rock will host summer camps for children of all experience levels. Campers can choose from Rock 101, ‘80s Rock, Blues and Green Day camps. Most camps wrap up with the campers performing in front of a live audience. Instruments and other equipment pieces are available at the camp.11. Drama Kids invites child artists to take part in themed camps across the Cy-Fair area. The camps take place at multiple different locations throughout the summer.

A) 7103 Glen Chase Court, Houston
  • Ages: 7-11
  • Dates: June 19-23
  • Cost: $289
B) 13131 Fry Road, Cypress
  • Ages: 4-11
  • Dates: July 17-Aug. 11
  • Cost: $179-$289
C) 20155 Cypresswood Drive, Cypress12. iCode is hosting several camps throughout the summer teaching coding principles, web development, YouTube production basics, animation, multiplayer game development, 2D and 3D digital design, and engineering through space, among other topics.
  • Ages: 5-18
  • Dates: May 29-Aug. 18
  • Cost: $399 per week ($360 if enrolled by March 30)
  • 25282 Hwy. 290, Ste. 260, Cypress
  • 832-653-9010
  • www.icodeschool.com/cypress
13. Idea Lab Kids hosts children for half-day and full-day sessions of STEM learning. Students at Idea Lab Kids will be able to choose from topics, such as dinosaurs, comic drawing, cooking and toy engineering.14. InSpire Rock is offering weekly camps to children of all skill levels to learn the basics of rock climbing techniques and safety. The camp will keep kids busy with fun activities taking place on and off the climbing walls.
  • Ages: 6-12
  • Dates: June 5-Aug. 11
  • Cost: $239 (for members)
  • 16730 House & Hahl Road, Cypress
  • 281-213-0589
  • www.inspirerock.com
15. K2 Campus offers different summer camp options to fit the needs of campers and their families. At K2, summer attendees will be able to complete arts and crafts, participate in optional weekly field trips, and play in the facility’s gym equipped with swinging bars, inflatables and trampolines.
  • Ages: 18 months-fifth grade
  • Dates: June-August
  • Cost: TBD
  • 15255 N. Eldridge Parkway, Cypress
  • 281-655-7272
  • www.k2academy.com
16. KidStrong Cypress is hosting a summer camp where attendees can focus on brain, physical and social-emotional development. These camps reinforce developmental skills, such as confidence, teamwork, physical fitness, social skills and good sportsmanship through a variety of engaging activities.17. Life Time Cypress campers can choose to participate in a variety of electives from the following: art, STEAM, sports, swim, GameFace athletic training, dance, coding, cheer and pickleball/tennis. Life Time Cypress also offers field trips on Fridays.
  • Ages: 5-12
  • Dates: May 29-Aug. 18
  • Cost: $250 (per week), $50 (per day)
  • 9922 Fry Road, Cypress
  • 832-745-4100
  • www.lifetime.life/cypress
18. The Nest Schools camps offer unique summer activities centered around life lessons and exploration to help campers develop confidence, resilience and risk management skills.
  • Ages: 5-12
  • Dates: May 30-Aug. 25
  • Cost: $219 per week, $947 per month, $100 activity fee
  • 17721 Lakecrest View Drive, Cypress
  • 11825 Fallbrook Drive, Houston
  • 281-317-6805
  • www.thenestschool.com
19 Sports Quest Soccer Camp provides children in the Greater Houston area with soccer coaching and biblical instruction during half-day summer camp sessions. Each session teaches children about working with teams and honing their skills as soccer players.
  • Ages: 5-12
  • Dates: June 5-29, July 10-27
  • Cost: $195
  • Locations vary
  • 832-593-7777
  • www.sqsoccer.com
20. VillaSport hosts a Summer Safari camp with 12 weeks of crafts, water activities, STEM activities, games and field trips. Private swim lessons, before care, after care and lunch options are available at an additional cost.