From coding and art to cooking and sports, various locations in the Sugar Land and Missouri City area are offering camp sessions for children to explore a new subject or hone a new skill this year. This is a noncomprehensive list of spring and summer camps for parents and students to choose from, including day camps, overnight camps, academic camps and religious camps.
Spring Break Camps
Code Ninjas Sugar Land
Transform your child’s love for technology and video games into an exciting learning adventure. Code Ninjas camps offer an immersive environment for children to develop new skills, gain confidence and make friends. Spring Break half-day camps will be from March 11-15 in the morning and afternoon. Ages 7-14 years old. Cost TBD. Summer camp schedule will be released in February.
Greatwood/Riverpark/New Territory: 17101 West Grand Parkway South, Ste. 65, Sugar Land
Riverstone: 18318 University Blvd., Ste. 100, Sugar Land
281-456-3010 • www.codeninjas.com
Fort Bend Tennis
Tennis professionals Sang Tran and Eric Erlandsen lead the Spring Break Jr. Tennis Camp, which caters to beginner, intermediate and advanced levels. Campers will learn or improve the basics of strokes and playing the game, as well as conditioning and strategies. Ages 8-18 years old. March 11-14. $125-$135. Registration deadline is March 6 or when all spots are filled. Summer camp will take place June-August. Cost TBD.
Clements High School: 4200 Elkins Road, Sugar Land
281-980-4219 • www.fortbendtennis.com
Safety America Karate
Check out the 92,000-square-foot facility that features a ninja-kid warrior course, indoor zip line, rock wall, rope swing, moonwalk, parkour obstacles and double-warped wall. Campers will also participate in dodgeball, kickball, karate, hide and seek, and other floor games. Ages 4-13 years old. March 11-14. $40 per day or $175 for the week. Summer camp will take place June 3-Aug. 13. $40 per day or $175 per week.
2595 Cordes Drive, Sugar Land
281-980-3030 • www.summercampsugarland.com
Sienna Stables offers one-week sessions teaching horse-riding basics to beginner, intermediate and advanced equestrians, covering general knowledge, horse safety and riding exercises. The week concludes with a final day horse show exhibition in its covered arena where campers can demonstrate their skills and receive ribbon awards. Ages 6-15 years old. March 11-15. $399. Summer sessions will take place June 3-28, July 15-Aug. 9. $399.
8255 Camp Sienna Trail, Missouri City
281-778-7433 • www.siennastables.com
Sugar Land Art Center Gallery
Lessons use different fine arts mediums to create projects based on a new theme each week. The camp culminates with a Kids Camp Art Show. Two three-hour session options are available. Ages 5-14 years old. March 11-14. $164 plus $16 supply fee per camp per week each session. Summer sessions are also available June-August for the same fee.
104 Industrial Blvd., Ste. Q, Sugar Land
281-565-0957 • www.sugarlandartcenter.org
YMCA offers a safe atmosphere where youth and teens may enjoy their school breaks. To deliver on the Y’s commitment to nurture the potential of every child, programs help campers discover what they are passionate about and form healthy relationships. All camps place special emphasis on youth choice, achievement and a sense of belonging. Ages 5-11 years old. March 11-15. $135 and up. Summer sessions for ages 5-11 years old and LIT: Teen Leadership Program Camp for ages 13-18 are also available.
4433 Cartwright Road, Missouri City
281-499-9622 • www.ymcahouston.org
Camp Invention: Supercharged
Unmask your child’s creativity in the all-new Camp Invention program, Supercharged, hosted by the National Inventors Hall of Fame. Campers will code robots and use collaboration and creative thinking to solve hands-on STEM activities. Ages 5-12 years old. June 17-21. $240.
First United Methodist Church: 3900 Lexington Blvd., Missouri City
800-968-4332 • www.invent.org/programs/camp-invention
Club SciKidz Camp
Students can have hands-on experiences learning about various science and technology programs with 48 different weeklong day camp options. Subject matter options include robotics and engineering, programming and apps, filmmaking and effects, extreme science, video game design, culinary arts, technology and innovation, and building and engineering. New camps for 2019 include periodic pandemonium, junior coder, F/X zombie and American Girl STEAM. Ages 4-15 years old. June 10-July 22. $285-$375.
Faith Lutheran Church: 800 Brooks St., Sugar Land
Fishers of Men Lutheran Church: 2011 Austin Parkway, Sugar Land
713-589-8958 • houston.clubscikidz.com
Cornerstone Christian Academy
For the second year, Cornerstone Christian Academy partners with the University of Houston- Downtown to offer a wide range of camps for children interested in computer programming, engineering, science and athletics. Ages 3-14 years old. June 3-July 12. $130-$695.
2140 First Colony Blvd., Sugar Land
281-566-3147 • www.cornerstonecca.org
Summer Camps @ HMNS Sugar Land
From robots and rocket science to mummies and spying, students can participate in a variety of weeklong camps at the Houston Museum of Natural Science at Sugar Land. Before- and after-camp extended day care will be available for an additional cost. Registration begins Feb. 14. Ages 6-12 years old. June 3-Aug. 9. $240-$340.
13016 University Blvd., Sugar Land
281-313-2277 • www.hmns.org/sugarlandcamp
Inspiration Stage is offering 24 youth summer camps with themes including “Willy Wonka,” “Peter Pan,” “High School Musical,” “Mamma Mia,” and “Junie B. Jones.” At the end of each session, campers will perform for friends and family on the main stage, complete with costumes, lights, sound and set. Ages 4-19 years old. May 28-Aug. 14. $250.
226 Lakeview Drive, Sugar Land
713-855-3653 • inspirationstage.com/summer
School of Rock Sugar Land
Learn different forms of music all summer long with School of Rock, providing camp sessions and workshops for children and teens of all skill levels who play guitar, bass, drums, keyboard and vocals. Campers can learn alternative, heavy metal, rock and songwriting. Most sessions conclude with a live show performed by the campers. Ages 7-18 years old. June 3-Aug. 16. $99.
1935 Lakeside Plaza Drive, Sugar Land
832-939-8788 • www.schoolofrock.com
One Sizzling Summer and Cooking with Confidence
Sur la Table’s Sugar Land location is offering three-day and five-day cooking adventures for children and teens, who will learn cooking basics from baking pizza to grilling kabobs to making frozen desserts from the resident chef. In the final class, campers will show off their skills in a Mystery Box team competition. Ages 8-17 years old. June-August. $150-$249.
2210 Lone Star Drive, Sugar Land
800-243-0852 • www.surlatable.com
Kids Summer Cooking Camp
Cooking With a Twist offers two weeks of culinary learning and fun for children and teens who are passionate about cooking and creating culinary masterpieces. Led by Chef DeeDee Coleman and other instructors, campers will learn culinary skills and recipes. Registration begins in March. Ages 7-16 years old. June 17-21, July 22-26. $300.
13003 Murphy Road, Ste. B-7, Stafford
713-574-9371 • www.cookingwithatwisthouston.com
Camp Sugar Creek
With six weeklong sessions to choose from, this day camp, hosted at the Sugar Creek Country Club, offers on-site amenities and structured programming for children. Campers can golf, swim, play tennis, make arts and crafts, participate in group games and create science projects. Each week features a Wacky Wednesday and Thankful Thursday with varying themes. Ages 4-10 years old. June 3-July 19. $195-$240 (country club members), $215-$260 (nonmembers).
420 Sugar Creek Blvd., Sugar Land
877-671-2267 • www.kecamps.com
City of Sugar Land
The Imperial Park Recreation Center hosts an 11-week summer camp program for local residents and nonresidents, beginning the week after Fort Bend ISD ends classes. Children participate in outdoor games and activities, take weekly field trips and go swimming twice a week. Extended day options are available for an extra fee. Ages 5-13 years old. June-August. $165 per week for residents, $195 per week for nonresidents.
234 Matlage Way, Sugar Land
281-275-2885 • www.sugarlandtx.gov/121/imperial-park-recreation-center-iprc
The Walden School
The Walden School summer camp options include reading and math programs, swimming, gymnastics, taekwondo and dance. Additionally, students can participate in field trips, and special guests from facilities such as the Houston Museum of Natural Science will visit. Infants-fifth grade. May 28 to mid-August. $186 per week including meals.
16103 Lexington Blvd., Ste. A, Sugar Land
281-980-0022 • www.thewaldenschool.com
Language Kids World
Language Kids World helps children connect to culture through language fluency and fun with its immersion summer camps in Spanish, Mandarin Chinese, French and English. Programs are taught by native-speaking language educators in a play-based and innovative environment. Ages 3-5 and 6-10 years old. June-August. $239.Pu
mp It Up Sugar Land: 11325 Fountain Lake Drive, Stafford
Riverbend Montessori: 4225 Elkins Road, Sugar Land
281-565-1388 • www.LanguageKids.com
Spanish Schoolhouse summer camps provide a cultural experience without leaving town. Campers will be immersed in the Spanish language at summer camp, where they will enjoy rotations through hands-on activities related to each camp’s theme. Full- and part-time programs are available. Ages 3-8 years old. June and July. Tuition varies depending on the program. Registration opens Feb. 20.
1120 Soldiers Field Drive, Sugar Land
281-565-0390 • www.spanishschoolhouse.com/sugarland/summercamp
Campers participate in learning, Bible study, sports, crafts and water activities, as well as evening programs in an overnight camp environment. First grade-12th grade. June 2-Aug. 9. $185-$2,025 depending on session.
2539 Hwy. 59 S., Livingston
936-328-3200 • www.cho-yeh.org
Camp Hope campers at New Hope Lutheran Church may enjoy daily Bible stories, arts and crafts, games, snacks and music activities on weekdays. The church also hosts splash days twice a week with a water slide for the children. Ages 4-12 years old. July 8-12 and July 15-19. $100.
New Hope Lutheran Church: 1424 FM 1092, Missouri City
281-499-7611 • www.newhopelc.org/camp-hope
Pine Cove: Camp in the City
Houston’s First Baptist hosts a jam-packing week of camp, including dancing, cheering, hilarious skits, thrilling activities and Bible studies. Grades 1-6. June 3-7.
Houston’s First Baptist Church – Sienna: 4909 Sienna Pkwy., Missouri City
713-264-4300 • www.houstonsfirst.org
Olympia Gymnastics & Tumbling
This camp will teach the basics of gymnatics, as well as different activities catered to the age of the child. Each athlete will spend time on men’s and women’s Olympic events. Optional extended care is available, including activities and snacks each day. Tuition includes T-shirt and snack each day. Campers provide their own lunch. Ages 4-16. June-August. $185-$205.
7100 Knights Court, Missouri City
832-321-7100 • www.olympiatx.com
Sea Star Gymnastics and Swim Camp
Sea Star Swimschool & Gymnastics offers summer camps to hone children’s skills. Age 5 years old and older. June 3-Aug. 9. $30 for one session per week or $55 for two sessions per week.
4000 Cartwright Road, Missouri City
281-403-7946 • www.seastarswimming.com
Sienna Gymnastics & Karate
Campers can look forward to using the indoor zip line, moonwalk slide, foam pit, and trampoline for gymnastics activities, karate, and other physical exercises and games. Ages 4-13 years old. June 3-Aug. 13. $40 per day or $175 per week.
4545 Sienna Parkway, Missouri City
281-778-7822 • www.summercampsugarland.com