Parents looking for camps for their children have a number of options to choose from in the Lake Houston area. This list is not comprehensive.


1. Armored Sports will host sports, dodgeball and flag football camps at Atascocita United Methodist Church and Second Baptist Church-North Campus.

Ages 3.5-12

June 27-July 1 (Atascocita UMC), June 27-July 28 (Second Baptist Church-North Campus)

$110-$125 per week

19325 Pinehurst Trail Drive, Humble (Atascocita UMC); 22770 Hwy. 59, Humble (Second Baptist Church-North Campus)

832-725-4858 •

2. CampVentures is a summer day camp hosted by Kiddie Academy of Atascocita that includes hands-on activities, field trips and themed activities.

Ages 5-12

May 31-Aug. 5

$295 per week, $100 registration fee

12010 Madera Run Parkway, Humble

346-444-8700 •

3. Creativity Shell will be hosting various camps designed for different interests, such as baking, dragons and fashion, to develop a range of skills.

Ages 5 and older

June 1- Aug. 7


1580 Kingwood Drive, Ste. A, Kingwood

832-943-9767 •

4. Imagine Early Education and Childcare of Eagle Springs offers both three- and five-day camps, centered around different themes to best fit children’s interests, ranging from superheroes and culinary to arts and crafts.

Ages 5-13

May 30-Aug. 5


6002 Atascocita Road, Humble

281-623-5965 •

5. Kids In Action hosts summer camp, during which preschoolers can enjoy activities such as water play, daily crafts, playground time and a foam machine, while school-age children can look forward to weekly field trips, swimming in an on-site pool, archery and black light games.

Ages 3-12

June 1-Aug. 1

Cost unavailable as of press time

3838 Woodland Hills Drive, Kingwood

281-358-9446 •

6. Krafty Shack will offer summer camp sessions from 10 a.m.-12:30 p.m. and from 1-3:30 p.m., as well as full-day camp sessions from 9 a.m.-3 p.m., featuring lunch and snacks. Campers will enjoy canvas painting, drawing, crafts, outdoor activities and games, and also have the chance to learn about and interact with onsite farm animals.

June 1-Aug. 5 (summer camp sessions), June 6-July 22 (full-day camps)

Ages 5 and older

$20 (per day), $200 (four-day camp), $250 (five-day camp)

22043 E. Hammond Drive, Porter

281-359-7775 •

7. The Lake Houston Family YMCA will host weekly Outdoor Adventure Teen Camps and Outdoor Adventure Day Camps throughout the summer, during which attendees will participate in games, sports, swimming, arts and crafts, and educational activities.

Ages 5-15

May 31-Aug. 12

$200 (members), $40 registration fee

2420 W. Lake Houston Parkway, Kingwood

281-360-2500 •

8. Pinspiration offers different weekly spirit themes with a variety of art projects associated with the theme.

Ages 4-18

May 30-July 29

$40-$50 daily, $210 weekly

1310 Northpark Drive, Ste. 800, Kingwood

832-480-2526 •

9. Primrose Schools will host a Summer Adventure Club camp at seven locations in the Lake Houston area with themes including robotics, coding, art, cooking and science.

Grades K-5

Begins May 31

Cost varies by camp

10. Summer Science Safari is a camp that gets children excited about learning science by letting them experience it in person. The camp offers activities such as zip lining, learning about human anatomy at a medical school lab and an overnight trip in San Antonio.

Grades 5-8

June 13-July 22


3603 W. Lake Houston Parkway, Kingwood

832-305-8572 •

11. School of Rock offers weekly camps for musicians of all skill levels with themes ranging from Rock 101 and Indie Camp to Songwriting Camp and Ukelele Camp.

Ages 4-18

May 30-Aug. 12


1580 Kingwood Drive, Kingwood

281-358-7625 •


12. Language Kids World is holding virtual camps throughout the summer. Programs are taught by native-speaking language educators in a play-based and innovative environment. Languages include American Sign Language, Spanish, French, English, Mandarin Chinese and Arabic.

Ages 3-10

June 6-Aug. 5

$75 per week for elementary school, $35 per week for preschool

281-565-1388 •


13. Camp Allen is the largest Episcopal summer camp program in the U.S., welcoming more than 2,000 campers annually during its weeklong residential camp sessions.

Ages 8-16

June 5-Aug. 6

$786 per session

18800 FM 362, Navasota

936-825-7175 •

14. Camp Blessing is a residential Christian summer camp geared for children and young adults with disabilities and their siblings. The fully accessible camp is designed to meet the varying needs of campers diagnosed with intellectual and developmental disabilities who may also use wheelchairs, walkers or crutches. It is led by specially trained staff.

Ages 7 and older

May 30-Aug. 6

$1,300 (need-based scholarships offered on a case-by-case basis)

7277 Camp Blessing Lane, Brenham

281-259-5789 •

15. Camp Olympia is a private, overnight summer camp located on Lake Livingston in the East Texas Piney Woods that offers one-, two- and three-week camp sessions. Activities held include wakeboarding, golf, horseback and a challenge course.

Ages 6-16

May 29-Aug. 6

$2,025 (one week), $3,955 (two weeks), $4,995 (three weeks)

723 Olympia Drive, Trinity

936-594-2541 •

16. Carolina Creek Christian Camps offers The Wild Camp for grades K-5, Creekside Camp for grades 5-9, Elevate Camp for grades 9-12 and Family Camp for all ages. Family camp is free for children age 4 and younger.

Grades K-12

May 29-Sept. 5


84 Wimberly Lane, Huntsville (Creekside and Lakeview); 3129 FM 980, Huntsville (The Wild)

936-261-8334 •

17. YMCA Camp Cullen immerses its campers in nature throughout their time at the camp, which is located off of Lake Livingston. The camp hosts outdoor activities, such as water sports, hiking and adventure courses.

Ages 13-17

June 12-Aug. 13

$1,295-$2,795 per session

460 Cullen Loop, Ste. A, Trinity

936-594-2274 •