Austin Area Day Camps Sure To Entertain The Little Ones In Your Life

Dated: 05/23/2017

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The Austin area boasts literally dozens of options for day camps to keep your little ones entertained during their summer break. Below are just a few of the options that caught my eye for this summer!

Austin Nature & Science Center Summer Camp

(Ages 4-17) - Young nature enthusiasts explore the outdoor world. (The caving camp was my favorite as a kid)

(512) 974-3888  austintexas.gov

YMCA of Austin 

(Ages 4-14) - Weekly themes, sports and outdoor activities at various

locations across the Austin area.

(512) 236-9622  austinymca.org

Young Peoples Workshops

(Ages 4-12) - Various Programs with an emphasis on education and the Spanish language.

(512) 329-5611  ypwkids.com

Bits, Bytes and Bots

(Ages 6-14) - Includes computer coding, game design and robotics.

(512) 415-9622  bbbcomputer.com

Marmalade Skies Magical Mystery Tour

(Grades K-5) - An opportunity to learn about famous artists, musicians, and other people and inventions throughout culture.

(512) 695-1694  marmaladeskiesaustin.com

Dougherty Art School Camps

(Ages 5-12) - Various art classes hosted by Dougherty Arts School.

(512) 974-4040   austintexas.gov

UT Film and Media Youth Camps

(Ages 6-18) - Film Production, screenwriting, animation and more.

(512) 470-4505   rtf.utexas.edu

Central Market Cooking School 

(Ages 13 & Up)- Cooking classes about food preparation, kitchen safety and multiple cooking techniques. Great for adults too!

(512) 236-9622   centralmarket.com

Moolah U Camp

(Ages 7-15) - Fun hands-on experience with money by starting a real

business.

(512) 443-8851 moolahu.com

Bee Cave Riding Center

(Ages 6-16) - English and Western Riding lessons with a fine arts program.

(512) 632-7433  ridinghorses.com

Camp on the Move

(Ages 8-14) - A variety of summer field trips.

(512) 658-9285 camponthemove.com

Bricks for Kidz Summer Camps

(Ages 3-13) - Themed weeks are centered around LEGO® crafts, LEGO® games and plenty of time for creative building.

(512) 270-9003  bricks4kidz.com

Dance Xplosion Summer Classes & Camps

(Ages 2-18) - Half-day and all-day workshops.

(512) 301-9222  dancexplosionaustin.com

Concordia University Camps

(Ages 5-18) - Multiple sports camps are offered.

(512) 301-9222  athletics.concordia.edu


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Erika Albert

Erika Rae Albert is an Austin native who has built her business around one guiding principle, YOU always come first. Prior to joining the real estate industry, she honed her her customer service s....

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