GUIDE: summer camps in Pearland, Friendswood

First Baptist Church in Friendswood will be hosting Vacation Bible School this summer. (Courtesy First Baptist Church)
First Baptist Church in Friendswood will be hosting Vacation Bible School this summer. (Courtesy First Baptist Church)

First Baptist Church in Friendswood will be hosting Vacation Bible School this summer. (Courtesy First Baptist Church)

There will be several camps for families in Pearland and Friendswood this summer. Here are some options:

Friendswood camps

Bushi Ban is offering a summer camp with karate class, field trips, arts and crafts, and Dojo gamecos. The camp is for children ages 4 and older.

Dates: TBA

Cost: $179 per week with a $100 registration fee


1625 Friendswood Lakes Blvd., Friendswood

281-482-8000

First Baptist Church in Friendswood will have a vacation bible school camp this summer. The theme is Destination Dig, and activities will include a worship rally, arts and crafts, recreation, and snacks. Registration is required.

Dates: June 21-24

Cost: Free

111 E. Heritage Drive, Friendswood

281-482-7573

First Baptist Church in Friendswood will also host Connect Camps in July. Connect Camps is a day camp that takes place over the course of a week. The camp offers activities such as solving puzzles, archery, building techniques, cooking, sports, arts and crafts, science experiments, and a superhero training where children learn what it means to be a real hero. The camp also includes faith-based lessons.

Dates: July 26-30

Cost: $215

111 E. Heritage Drive, Friendswood

281-482-7573

Kids Creations is offering two camp sessions a day: one from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. and one from 1-4 p.m. Children will experiment with a variety of arts and crafts, including plaster painting, sand painting, stepping stones, wood crafts, mosaic and grout, canvas painting, glass art with resin, paint pours and tie-dyeing a camp shirt. Camps are geared toward children ages 5-9 and ages 10-14.

Dates: June 7-Aug. 13

Cost: $40 per day

607 S. Friendswood Drive, Ste. 13, Friendswood

832-569-4694

Sport Divers will have a scuba camp this year where students will receive their scuba certification. The camp includes academics and information, a lunch break, and scuba-diving practice in pools and lakes. Students must provide their own mask, fins and snorkel. The camp is for children ages 10 or older. Those interested can email [email protected] for more information.

Dates: June 7-Aug. 6

Cost: $550 a week

20814 Gulf Freeway, Ste. 60, Webster

281-338-1611

Pearland camps

Allegro Pearland Academy of Music will offer its Bach to the Future camp this summer for children ages 8-16. The camp will include ensemble playing, character-building games and a performance on the last day of camp. The camp is for musicians who play the violin, viola, cello or double bass. Students must provide their own instruments.

Dates: July 12-16

Cost: $250 per week

1801 Country Place Parkway, Ste. 107, Pearland

713-452-9402

Alpha Omega Gymnastics will have arts and crafts, science, fine arts, gymnastics, dance, water days and an in-house field trip every week at camp. The camp is for children ages 3 and older.

Dates: June 7-Aug. 13

Cost: $190 (full week), $110 (half day), $220 (extended day), daily drop-in rate

11720 W. Broadway St., Ste. 136, Pearland

281-969-7054

Bailey Oaks Farms is offering horseback riding camps for children ages 6-12. Campers will ride, groom, tack and care for their horses at the business’s 40-acre facility.

Dates: May 31-July 9

Cost: $415-$515

7220 CR 128, Alvin

281-756-7254

Bricks and MiniFigs will host Lego-building summer camps. The themes of the camps will be Jedi Engineering, Transportation Engineering and Pokemon Engineering. Camps will be geared toward children ages 5-7 from 9 a.m.-noon and ages 7-12 from 1-4 p.m. Camps will run for five days with children either in the afternoon or morning session.

Dates: June 7-11 and July 19-23

Cost: $150

11200 Broadway St., Ste. 710, Pearland

281-741-0279

Divine Dance Academy will offer an in-person camp this summer, as well the option to join camp over Zoom.

Dates: Aug. 2-6

Cost: TBD

2530 Garden Road, Ste. A, Pearland

713-436-5588

Grappling Zone will offer camps this summer with a variety of activities. Camp includes community service, martial arts, American Sign Language and foreign language lessons, art, STEM, financial literacy, lessons about animals, and educational field trips.

Dates: June 7-Aug. 13

Cost: $170 per week, registration fee is $50

2849 Miller Ranch Road, Ste. 505, Pearland

713-340-1100

Language Kids is offering virtual camps this year. Children can learn several languages through games, music and activities. Language Kids offers a camp for children ages 3-5 and a camp for children ages 6-12.

Dates: June 1-20

Cost: $75 per week

14011 South Freeway, Houston

281-565-1388

Reflex The Pearland Gymnastics Academy will offer three- and five-day camps this summer. Camp activities include gymnastics instructions, organized sports and games. Camp will not be offered June 21-25. Camps are geared toward children ages 4-12.

Dates: June 1-Aug. 13

Cost: $215 (five-day camp), $165 (three-day camp), $60 (daily drop-in fee)

2530 Garden Road, Ste. I, Pearland

281-412-3350

School of Rock is offering five camps this summer: The Blues Camp, Rock 101 Camp, Pop/Punk Camp, Rock 101 Camp and Rookies Camp. Camps are geared toward children ages 5 and up.

Dates: June 7-Aug. 6

Cost: $389-$499

3422 Business Center Drive, Pearland

832-895-7625

Stephanie’s School of Dance will offer a Princess Camp this summer. Princess Camp includes dancing, a slumber party, manners and etiquette lessons and a tea party and ball. The program is for children ages 3 and up.

Dates: June 14-18 and July 12-16

Cost: $130

6831-L W. Broadway St., Pearland

281-485-6030
By Haley Morrison
Haley Morrison came to Community Impact Newspaper in 2017 after graduating from Baylor University. She was promoted to editor in February 2019. Haley primarily covers city government.


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