Summer Camp Guide

Conroe | Montgomery

Conroe | Montgomery

Academic


Discovery College


Lone Star College-Montgomery
3200 College Park Drive, Conroe
281-271-4500
www.lonestar.edu/discovery-college.htm


Ages: 6-14
Dates: June 13-30, July 11-14
Cost: $97 and up (weekly)


Discovery College at LSC-Montgomery provides a college experience, giving students and their families an introduction to their local LSCS campus. Camps run weekly Monday through Thursday. Discovery College programs are specifically designed to engage children in key areas, such as science, technology, engineering and math, to promote a learning experience.



Arts & performance


Music Camp
Mims Baptist Church, 1609 Porter Road, Conroe
936-756-0065
www.mimsbaptist.org


Ages: grades K-6
Dates: Aug. 1-5, Aug. 7 (musical presentation)
Cost: $30


The camp teaches children how to perform a complete musical, including choreography and acting.



General Camps


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Camp Fun Quest
Oscar Johnson Jr. Community Center, 100 Park Place, Conroe
C.K. Ray Recreation Center, 1203 Candy Cane Lane, Conroe
936-522-3960
www.cityofconroe.org


Ages: grades 1-6 (2016-17 school year)
Dates: June 6-Aug. 19
Cost: $90 per week (resident), $113 per week (nonresident)
The Conroe Parks and Recreation Department offers field trips, swimming and various on-site events at Camp Fun Quest. Some sessions require additional fees for extensive field trips. Financial aid is available for qualifying families.


Cub Scout Day Camp
Carl Barton Junior Park, 2500 Loop 336, Conroe
713-659-8111
www.samhoustonbsa.org/day-camp


Ages: grades 1-5 (2016-17 school year)
Dates: June 13-17
Cost: prices vary (per day)


Campers can participate in activities ranging from safe handling of BB guns, archery and sports to crafts, nature and Scout skill training. The day camp is open to all registered Cub Scouts.


Sea Camp


Texas A&M University at Galveston,
200 Seawolf Parkway, Galveston
409-740-4525
www.tamug.edu/seacamp/seacamp


Ages: 14-18
Dates: June 6-Aug. 8
Cost: $140-$160


Sea Camp was founded in 1986 and provides hands-on marine adventures during the summer months. Sea Campus Kids, a day camp, is also available for ages 6-11.


Totally Teen Program


Oscar Johnson Jr. Community Center, 100 Park Place, Conroe
C.K. Ray Recreation Center, 1203 Candy Cane Lane, Conroe
936-522-3960
www.cityofconroe.org


Ages: grades 7-8 (2016-17 school year)
Dates: June 6-Aug. 19
Cost: $90 per week (resident), $113 per week (nonresident)


Teens can participate in three field trips per week as well as opportunities to give back to the community with service projects and camp activities. Sessions with extensive field trips require additional fees. Financial aid is available for qualifying families.


YMCA Day Camp
Conroe Family YMCA
10245 Owen Drive, Conroe
936-756-9345
www.ymcahouston.org


Ages: 5-15
Dates: June 6-Aug. 19
Cost: $140 per week (member), $175 per week (nonmember)


Children participate in archery, hiking, canoeing, swimming, horseback riding and arts and crafts while making new friends.


YMCA Horse Camp


Conroe Family YMCA, 10245 Owen Drive, Conroe
936-756-9345
www.ymcahouston.org


Ages: 8-17
Dates: June 13-14, 27-28, July 11-12, 18-19, Aug. 1-2, 15-16
Cost: $100 (member), $150 (nonmember) (two-day sessions)


The camp offers beginner and advanced courses for children who enjoy horse riding in a safe environment.



Overnight Camps


Camp Allen


Camp Allen Conference and Retreat Center, 18800 FM 362, Navasota
936-825-7175
www.campallen.org/summercamp


Ages: grades 3-12
Dates: June 5-Aug. 11
Cost: $594 (per week)


Located in Navasota, Camp Allen’s summer camp is one of the largest summer camp programs in the Episcopal Church. Each summer more than 1,900 campers from throughout Texas visit the camp. Camp activities include archery, horseback riding, canoeing, swimming, arts and crafts.




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Camp Blessing Texas
22152 Baptist Encampment Road, New Caney
281-259-5789
www.campblessing.com


Ages: 7 and older
Dates: June 9-Aug. 1
Cost: TBD


Camp Blessing Texas is for children who have a primary diagnosis of a physical or intellectual disability. Older siblings—age 14 and older—have the opportunity to volunteer at the camp.


Camp Olympia


Camp Olympia, 723 Olympia Drive, Trinity
936-594-2541
www.campolympia.com


Ages: 7-16
Dates: June 5-Aug. 13
Cost: $3,380-$4,395


Days are filled with camp activities at Camp Olympia, where campers get to choose from more than 40 daily activities ranging from wakeboarding to horseback riding. When campers arrive at camp they receive their camp activity schedule, which contains 10 activity periods each day


Carolina Creek Christian Camps


Carolina Creek Christian Camps, 84 Wimberly Lane, Huntsville
936-594-4446
www.carolinacreek.org


Ages: grade K-12
Dates: May 29-Aug. 6
Cost: $775 per week


Carolina Creek Christian Camps provides a variety of sports and activities for children in sixth through 12th grades. Campers experience high-energy activities, worship, small-group discipleship and opportunities to spend time with the college-age staff. Children who have completed kindergarten through fifth grade can participate in the Wild Camp, which features animal-themed cabins, a water park and a climbing jungle.




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Frontier Camp


Frontier Camp, 131 Frontier Camp Road, Grapeland
936-544-3206
www.frontiercamp.org


Ages: 7-17
Dates: May 29-July 30
Cost: $725-$775 per week


Frontier Camp is a Christian nondenominational coed summer camp offering weeklong camp sessions for children and teenagers. The camp offers eight camp weeks beginning the last week of May. The camp features recreational activities such as wakeboarding, archery, a ropes course and horseback riding.


Mims Baptist Church Girls and Boys camp


Pineywoods Baptist Encampment, 6272 Hwy. 287, Woodlake
936-756-0065
www.mimsbaptist.org


Ages: grades 2-6
Dates: June 13-17 (girls), Aug. 9-13 (boys)
Cost: $250 (weekly)


The overnight camp offers Bible study, worship hours, swimming and personal interest activities.



Sports


Maximum Athletics LLC Gymnastics Camps
Maximum Athletic Center, 1500 Wilson Drive, Conroe
936-539-3547
www.maximumathletics.net


Ages: 5 and older
Dates: 
June 13-17, July 18-22 (gymnastics, ninja), June 27-July 1(cheerleading, tumbling), Aug 1-5 (gymnastics, olympics)
Cost: $125 per week


Camp students are taught tumbling, gymnastics, olympic, cheerleading and ninja techniques by a trained coaching staff. The ninja camp consists of technical training to perform flips, wall running, strength training and vaulting.


Fellowship of Christian Athletes Texas Motocross Camp
Rio Bravo Motocross Park, 11610 N. Lake Houston Parkway, Houston
812-246-2688
www.fcacamps.org


Ages: 6 and older
Dates: July 25-28
Cost: TBD


FCA Motocross Camp builds its curriculum and activities from experience in ministry and motocross. This camp is for both beginners and advanced riders. Camp officials suggest some ride time on the bike but do not require the camper to have race experience.


YMCA Boys & Girls Basketball Camp
Conroe Family YMCA, 10245 Owen Drive, Conroe
936-756-9345
www.ymcahouston.org


Ages: 5-14
Dates: June 13-17, July 25-29
Cost: $90 per week (member), $115 per week (nonmember)


YMCA instructors help children improve their basketball skills with drills focused on fundamentals.


YMCA Football Camp


Conroe Family YMCA, 10245 Owen Drive, Conroe
936-756-9345
www.ymcahouston.org


Ages: 5-14
Dates: June 27-July 1
Cost: $90 per week (members), $115 per week (nonmember)


Campers will learn the fundamental drills including footwork and proper forms for passing and catching. No pads are required.


YMCA Volleyball Camp
Conroe Family YMCA, 10245 Owen Drive, Conroe
936-756-9345
www.ymcahouston.org


Ages: 7-13
Dates: Aug. 8-12
Cost: $90 per week (member), $115 per week (nonmember)
Participants can improve their volleyball skills by learning the proper form for hitting the ball, choosing their stances and playing defense.


Mims Baptist Church Sports Camp
Mims Baptist Church, 1609 Porter Road, Conroe
936-756-0065
www.mimsbaptist.org


Ages: grades K-6
Dates: Aug.1-5, Aug. 7 (musical presentation)
Cost: $30


Children are placed into age groups and participate in baseball, basketball, football, golf, soccer, tennis and volleyball activities.


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