Update: Camp is full: waiting list may be available.
Update: Both sessions of camp are full as of May 30, 2019: waiting list available.
Seize your summer! Aliso Viejo Parks and Recreation offers many fun, unique and diverse summer camps for kids, ages 3-14. These full- and half-day camps feature sports, adventure, arts, aquatics, music and dance, STEM, interactive learning and a new Lunch Bunch option.
Camp is open to students going into grades 1-9. Campers going into grades 1-2 have a three day/week option. Extended care is available, 7-9 a.m. and 4-6 p.m. Everyone is invited to be silly, laugh, have fun, make new friends in a safe, nurturing environment while developing new skills, and becoming more independent!
Does your child transform into a video game zombie during the summer? Fairmont Private Schools has the cure! Attend one of Fairmont’s Summer Programs for preschool through 8th grade and *high school. Programs start in June 2019.
PORTAL Languages Enrichment program provides a unique opportunity for your children to enjoy a Full Language Immersion Summer Camp and associated foreign cultural activities in the dream location of Pretend City Children’s Museum!
The City of Garden Grove’s Summer Day Camp for kids (5-12) includes fun-filled games, creative crafts, field trips, cookouts, teamwork and lasting memories. Early Bird Discount: just $100 per week when you register by April 30!
Take part in an amazing all-girl camp experience combining fun, learning and leadership at Girl Scout Summer Camp. Day camps and overnight camp are open to all girls in grades K-12 (including non-Girl Scouts).
Your child will learn necessary ocean skills and will stay active on the beach, bay, the ocean, wading, swimming, paddling, doing run-swim-runs, body surfing, boogie boarding, and even sand-castle building!
Family overnight camps offered May 18-19 and July 13-14, plus MVP Summer Day Camp for ages 6-12 in weekly sessions.
Camps are offered all summer long for ages 5 and up that include beach camps, teen camps, counselor-in-training, music and arts, sports, pee-wee camps, and more
Children of all ages can enjoy a day of camp with hands-on arts and crafts, music, dance, games, and overall emphasis on learning solid skills and fundamentals in sports and gymnastics. Themed days and activities add to the fun and atmosphere of the program. Sign up for one day or up to four days per week.
With over 500 camps to choose from, Camp Newport has just the camp to keep your child busy all summer long! Also, Friendship Circle’s Day Camp, geared towards campers with special needs. Sign up by May 6th and receive a 10% or more discount.
Summer camps, June 17-August 16, include week-long day camps and overnight adventures for ages 5-17. Activities include whale watching and research cruises, kayaking, tallship sailing, underwater remote operated vehicle challenges, beach time, crafts and games, and more!
Are you looking for a fun-filled exciting program for your children to get into? Well, look no further, Rise Up Athletics offers exciting seasonal in-house day camps for children ages 4 years and up. With flexible options either for the day-to-day camper or the full week, your child will enjoy instructional gymnastics along with arts, crafts, games and much more.
Itty Bitty Day Camp is for the littles, ages 3-6, and includes weekly themed activities. It is designed to provide young children with an opportunity to enjoy the fun and friendships of day camp.
Kids make new friends, advance their skateboarding skills, and most importantly, have fun at Skatedogs’ school-break skateboarding camps offered in conjunction with the recreation departments.They also offer after-school and weekend classes, private lessons and birthday parties.
Join them for the full six-week program or pick and choose sessions that work for you. Qualified teachers, experienced coaches, and decorated artists go to great lengths to help give your child a summer to remember with a rich mix of academic instruction, art, recreation and fun.
Stratford infuses its STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math) curriculum into an innovative and enriching summer camp experience.
Through a variety of age and skill appropriate enrichment activities, 4th- 12th grade students with social and learning differences will make STEM come alive in a hands-on, project-based two-week summer camp program.