Don’t have a boring school break – these camps raise the fun factor! Explore more camps your kids will love with Atlanta Parent’s Ultimate Guide to Summer Day Camps.
[Featured Spring Break Camps]
Spring Break Safari Camp at Zoo Atlanta
Want something wild for your young explorer? Safari Camp engages campers ages 5 to 11 in the wild world around them. They’ll enjoy a deeper dive into the biology and behaviors of amazing creatures, learn more about the problems facing wildlife and wild places, and find out about ways they can help. For more information, please visit zooatlanta.org/camp.
Here are more to consider:
Alliance Theatre, in-person and virtual camps, ages 5-14, alliancetheatre.org
Atlanta Botanical Garden Spring Break Family Fun, ages 6-8, atlantabg.org
Chattahoochee Nature Center, ages 5-13, chattnaturecenter.org
Community Music Centers, Dunwoody, Decatur and Little 5 Points, ages 5-13, cmcatlanta.com
Dunwoody Nature Center Spring Break Camp, ages 4-11, dunwoodynature.org
In the City Camps Virtual Spring Break, ages 5-13, inthecitycamps.org
MJCCA, ages 4-14, atlantajcc.org
Museum of Design Virtual Spring Break Camp, ages 10-14, museumofdesign.org
Phase Family Learning Center School Break Camps, ages 5-9, phasefamilylearningcenter.com
Rising Stars Basketball Camp, ages 5-14, risingstarshoops.net
School Break Art Camps at the Spruill Center, ages 5-10, spruillarts.org
Science of Fun Spring Break Camps, ages 5-10, scienceoffun.com
The Sunshine House, ages 5-12, sunshinehouse.com
Trees Atlanta Junior TreeKeeper Camp, ages 6-11, treesatlanta.org
YMCA of Metro Atlanta, ages 5 and older, ymcaatlanta.org
Young Chefs Academy Camp Can-I-Cook, Cumming, Marietta, Midtown and Sandy Springs, ages 5 and older, youngchefsacademy.com
Be sure to check with your local YMCA, church recreation program and county recreation centers for more options.
Explore other camps your kids will love with Atlanta Parent’s Ultimate Guide to Summer Day Camps.