Spring break is almost here! If you’re staying in town this year and need a plan for your kids full of outdoor fun, enrichment, and activities, we’ve got you covered. Read more below for our list of the best spring break camps in Dallas-Fort Worth for 2020.
Fun with Animals
Fort Worth Zoo: This camp runs from March 9-13 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.. They even offer before and after care to fit in with your busy work schedule. This zoo camp is perfect for your animal loving 1st-5th graders as they will get hands on experience with the animals. The camp is $85 for a single day or $285 for all five.
Benbrook Stables: This camp for ages 5 and up is all about horses. From grooming to riding to nutrition, this camp has it all! The camp runs from March 9-13 and is $65 a day.
Dallas Zoo: The Dallas Zoo Wild Adventure camp runs from March 16-20 and is for kids in Pre-K to 5th grade. These single-day camps offer a variety of different themes from zoo tours and arts and crafts to games. The camp is $50 a day with discounts available for members.
Combat Robots: This robot engineering camp is perfect for your tech-loving 7-14 year old. The camp runs from March 9-12, from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.. It is located at Keller Point and costs $140 for members and $190 for non-members.
Perot Museum of Nature and Science: The Perot offers different camps for kids in Pre-K to 4th grade. These science discovery camps run from March 9-13 and March 16-20. Mini Einsteins for Pre-K is $225 for members and $250 for non-members. Lab Techs for K-4th grade is $325 for members and $365 for non-members.
LEGO® Engineering Camp: This camp put on by the city of Frisco runs from March 9-11 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.. Kids from ages 6-8 can learn about the science of engineering with all the fun of Legos. This camp costs between $150-$160.
World Olympic Gymnastics Academy: WOGA is offering two locations for your future Olympian in Frisco and Plano. This camp is for ages 3 and up and runs from March 9-11. This world-class camp is only $4o a day!
FC Dallas: Participants of this camp will receive coaching from real FC Dallas soccer coaches! Aimed at fundamentals, this camp is for ages 6-9 and runs from March 9-12. The whole week costs $160.
Bowmen Dodge Ball Camp: This camp put on by Flower Mound Parks and Recreation is a great fit for any active child ages 6-13. The camp runs from March 16-19 and only costs $85 for members and $95 for nonmembers.
YMCA: With locations across the Metroplex, The Y is a great place for a fun and convenient sports camp for 5-12 year olds. The camp is from March 16-20th and only costs $30 dollars a day for members and $35 dollars a day for non-members.
Chamberlain Studios Ninja Camp: This camp is the perfect fit for any karate kid ages 4 and up. This camp runs from March 16-20 from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. with extended care available. Ninja camp costs $85 a day or $349 for the whole week.
Arts & More
Young Chef’s Academy: This tasty camp is for aspiring chefs ages 6 and up. Participants will learn the ins and outs of cooking from fundamentals to baking. The camp runs from March 9-12 and costs $225 for the week.
Theater Arlington: This camp is for your 6-13 year old that was born for the stage. Participants will rehearse and put on a production of Dear Edwina at the end of the camp that lasts from March 9-13. The camp costs $275 for the week with a $50 deposit due at registration.
Studio Art House: This Southlake art house offers half day camps that range from painting to sculpting activities that are perfect for your artsy 5-13 year old. The camps are from March 9-13 and cost $45 each.
Quiggely’s Clayhouse: With a variety of pottery projects from spinning and painting to glass work, this camp is a great fit for any kid 5 and up who isn’t afraid to get their hands dirty. This camp is offered March 9-12 and 16-19. It is only $45 a day or $150 for 4 days.
With so many great spring break camps in DFW, your child should have plenty to do and learn this year!