Parents looking for camps for their children have a number of options to choose from in The Woodlands area. This list is not comprehensive.
1. Alodia Basketball Academy campers can choose from three camp options, including Total Player, Shooting and Competition with half- and full-day camp options. All camps are coed. The camp is also held at 22601 Lutheran Church Road, Tomball.
Dates: May 30-Aug. 10
Cost: $150 half-day, $235 full-day
8711 Creekside Green Drive, The Woodlands
2. Armored Sports will host sports camps at three The Woodlands-area churches this summer.
Ages: 3.5-12 (varies by camp)
Dates: June 12-16 (Impact Church); June 26-29, July 31-Aug. 3 (Stonebridge Church); July 10-13 (The Woodlands First Baptist Church-North Campus)
Cost: $115-$125 per week
Impact Church of The Woodlands, 5401 Shadowbend Place, The Woodlands
Stonebridge Church, 1 Stonebridge Church Drive, The Woodlands
The Woodlands First Baptist Church-North Campus, 5148 FM 1488, Magnolia
3. Camp Cooper at The John Cooper School is designed to engage children’s imaginations and intellect while also offering physical activity. The hallmarks of Camp Cooper include hands-on and collaborative educational activities, a wide variety of games and play, and small camp groups led by counselors.
Dates: May 30-June 30
Cost: $240-$295 per week
Athletic camps are available at The John Cooper School for varying grade levels in strength and conditioning, baseball and softball, basketball, cheerleading, football, soccer, tennis, and volleyball.
Grades: 1-12 (varies by camp)
Date: May 23-Aug. 3 (varies by camp)
1 John Cooper Drive, The Woodlands
4. Class Act Productions’ Summer Stock program consists of two-week theater camps held at the Class Act Studios and Class Act Theater. The selections are “Aristocats Kids” and “Shrek The Musical Jr.” Students in summer stock go through a full musical production cycle from auditions to rehearsals to performances. Students learn choreography to music, lines and blocking. The camps are for all experience levels. Performances are June 9-10 and June 30-July 1.
Dates: May 30-June 2 and June 5-9 (grades 1-5); June 19-23 and 26-30 (grades 6-12)
25275 Budde Road, Ste. 25, The Woodlands
5. Cordovan Art School provides creative art camps at four locations in the Houston area. Children can choose from more than 40 themes including anime, superheroes, fantasy, clay, pottery and video game art. Full- and half-day programs are available, and extended care is available.
Dates: May 30-Aug. 18
8000 McBeth Way, Ste. 130, The Woodlands
6. Momentum Karate and Fitness is hosting summer camp activities with up to three field trips per week to local parks, play centers, roller skating, karate classes and various other activities.
Dates: May 30-Aug. 8
Cost: $60 (daily), $245 (weekly)
2230 Buckthorne Place, Ste. 130, The Woodlands
7. Paddington British School offers camps for children on themes such as teddy bear friends (for young children); cooking; science, technology, engineering and math; wild water week; robots and robotics; animal kingdom; and theater.
Ages: 21 months-9 years old
Dates: May 30-June 23
Cost: $75-$185 per week (half day), $144-$360 per week (full day) for age 21 months-3 years old; $225 per week (half day), $390 per week (full day)
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2010 Sawdust Road, The Woodlands
8. Sunny Dayz Camps will be held at two locations in The Woodlands, featuring activities such as field trips, crafts and outdoor play.
Ages: 6-12Dates: May 30-Aug. 11
Cost: $200 weekly
The Recreation Center at Rob Fleming Park, 6464 Creekside Forest Drive, The Woodlands
The Recreation Center at Bear Branch Park, 5310 Research Forest Drive, The Woodlands
9. The Woodlands Art League is offering summer camps that include drawing, painting, sculpting and theater arts. Camps are on a weekly basis with morning and afternoon sessions. Mark Kistler from the show “Imagination Station” teaches three-dimensional drawing. The classes are aimed at skill-building and fun.
701 Sawdust Road, The Woodlands
10. The Woodlands Children’s Museum offers nine weeks of summer workshop sessions for children. The curriculum features age-appropriate activities in art, theater, culture, science, coding, filmmaking, animations, Roblox, Minecraft and other activities.
Dates: June 5-Aug. 4
Cost: Contact museum for pricing
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4775 W. Panther Creek Drive, Ste. 280, The Woodlands
11. The Woodlands Christian Academy presents RISE—Recharge In Summer Enrichment. TWCA staff have created academic, athletic, interest-based and fine arts camps for grades pre-K-12. Course offerings include art, piano, gardening, math, science, making games, dinosaurs and theater. Most camps are for one week, and they are open to The Woodlands community. A two-week camp in fashion design is available for high school students, and a phlebotomy course is also available for TWCA graduates for $850 per week. After care programs are also available.
Dates: May 30-July 21
A+ ART DAY +/- SCI
5800 Academy Way, The Woodlands
12. WOW! Wonders of The Woodlands Science Camp offers hands-on science camps on the topic “Hooray for Habitats” featuring experiments, games and activities about oceans, wetlands, deserts, grasslands and woodlands.
Ages: 3.5-fourth grade
Dates: June 26-30, July 10-14
The Woodlands United Methodist Church, 2200 Lake Woodlands Drive, The Woodlands
13. VillaSport Athletic Club and Spa hosts a Summer Safari camp with 11 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.
Dates: May 30-Aug. 11 (weekly camps)
Cost: $338-$531 weekly
A+ DAY +/- SCI SP
4141 Technology Forest Blvd., The Woodlands
14. Vitacca Vocational School for Dance offers two camps for different skill levels. Vitacca Children’s Dance Camp offers a week of dance instruction including ballet technique, and camps include ballet classes, choreography and crafts focused around a favorite age-appropriate classical ballet. This year’s theme is “The Snow Queen—A Fairytale Ballet Camp.” Early bird registration is through May 1. Vitacca Summer Ballet Intensive welcomes classically focused dancers to submit a video audition by June 1 or to audition in The Woodlands on April 15.
Ages: 3-9 (dance camp), 9-19 (intensive)
Dates: June 19-July 28 (dance camp), June 5-9, 12-16 (intensive)
Cost: $330-$355 (dance camp, per camp), $675-$1,325 (intensive)
9391 Grogans Mill Road, Ste. B1, The Woodlands
15. YMCA Summer Day Camp includes games, sports, swimming, arts, crafts, science, technology and talent shows at two locations in The Woodlands. Day Camp/Teen Camp includes sessions in teamwork and self-reliance at the Shadowbend location only. A Summer Sports Camp is also available, with volleyball at Branch Crossing and soccer and basketball at Shadowbend.
Ages: 5-11 (Branch Crossing); 5-11 and 12-15 (Shadowbend); 6-11 (Summer Sports Camp)
Dates: May 30-July 28 (weekly sessions, Summer Day Camp), June 26-Aug. 11 (Summer Sports Camp)
Cost: $200 weekly (Summer Day Camp), $100 weekly (Summer Sports Camp)
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The Woodlands Family YMCA at Branch Crossing
8100 Ashlane Way, The Woodlands
The Woodlands Family YMCA at Shadowbend,
615 Shadowbend Place, The Woodlands
16. The new Camp Invention program aims to inspire children’s creativity and build confidence. Children will team up with friends for hands-on science, technology, engineering and math adventures. Activities include pop-up businesses, mini skate parks, invention parties and animatronic robots.
Cost: $245 and up
A+ DAY +/- SCI
8909 FM 1488, Magnolia
17. Paint & Bubbles Studio offers camps for children Mondays through Thursdays. Sessions have activities focused on building creativity, art skills and self-confidence.
Dates: May 30-July 31
31311 FM 2978, Ste. 107, Magnolia
18. In-Step Dance Center offers a variety of dance camps at locations on Sawdust Road and at World Champions Center in Spring. Themes include pirates and princesses, superheroes, pop stars and unicorns.
Dates: June 5-July 27 (weekly camps vary)
Cost: $225 (early bird)
449 Sawdust Road, Spring
28865 Birnham Woods, Spring
19. The Kangaroo Forest offers various daily activities, such as art projects, field trips, sports and cooking. Daily and part-time rates are available upon request.
Dates: June 5-Aug. 4
Cost: $825 (full-time monthly tuition)
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7303 S. Forestgate Drive, Spring
20. Kiddie Academy in Creekside offers weekly CampVentures camps with hands-on activities, field trips and themed events.
Grades: incoming 1-5, ages 6-11
Dates: May 30-Aug. 12 (weekly)
Cost: $275 per week
8430 Creekside Forest Drive, Spring
21. The Miyagi Ken International Academy camp includes varied physical activities, strategy games and teamwork that are carried out through color stations located in the academy’s facilities. Included are indoor and outdoor games such as the Ninja Warrior obstacle course, camping games, Sumo Challenge, Treasure Hunt and karate skills. Families can register online.
Dates: June 5-July 30
Cost: $99 daily, $290 weekly (by March 31)
22936 Kuykendahl Road, Spring
22. Coach B’s Summer Science Caravan is a weeklong STEM camp designed to help middle school students learn beyond the textbook and begin dreaming about their futures. The camp offers activities such as indoor skydiving, conducting medical school science experiments, building and fighting robots, and learning how to fly an airplane using a real-life flight simulator.
Grades: 5-8 Dates: June 5-9, 12-16, 19-23, 26-30
Cost: $699 per week
Know Junior High School (dropoff location), 12104 Sawmill Road, Spring
23. At KMR Equestrian Summer Camp, riders of all levels can improve their horsemanship and basic horse care skill and knowledge. Activities include daily rides, crafts and games as well as informational sessions.
Dates: June 6-July 21 (four sessions)
Cost: $700; $650 by May 1; $300 deposit
24706 FM 2978, Tomball
24. Teora Music School is hosting weeklong camps except for the week of July 4. Campers will have the opportunity to work in a group to perform a piece of music.
Ages: 7 and older
Dates: June 5-Aug. 11
24913 Kuykendahl Road, Stes. C and D, Tomball
25. Camp Cullen hosts outdoor activities, such as water sports, hiking, equestrian activities and adventure courses.
Dates: June 4-Aug. 6
Cost: $1,195 per week (enrolled before May), $1,295 per week (enrolled after May)
460 Cullen Loop, Ste. A, Trinity
26. Carolina Creek Christian Camps offer 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.
Dates: May 29-Sept. 5
84 Wimberley Lane, Huntsville
27. Primrose School of The Woodlands and Spring will host Summer Adventure Club with themes such as robotics, art and cooking.
Ages: kindergarten-age 10
Dates: begins May 30
Cost: varies by location
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