Summer in Tustin is a crazy fun time with ten whole weeks of camps for kids. At just $144-154 per week, which includes the weekly excursion (Disneyland, LA Zoo, and Whale Watching, just to name a few) it is no wonder that Camp Tustin and Teen Camp fill up, and they fill up fast.
Take part in amazing all-girl outdoor and high-adventure experiences combining fun, learning and leadership at Girl Scout adventure camps in the fall and winter. One-day events and weekend overnight experiences are open to all girls in grades K-12 (including non-Girl Scouts) – some events also welcome parents and family members!
Vacation-break camps will teach your child the sport of fencing. In the popular Go Medieval camp, kids learn archery, fencing and build a working catapult. Camps offer the chance to have fun, meet new friends, learn new skills and build confidence.
Located on the hills overlooking Irvine Regional Park, the IROEC offers summer camp, STEM camp, and recreational activities for individuals, schools, youth organizations and families. Activities include zip line, shooting sports, challenge courses, climbing wall, hiking and swimming. ACA Accredited.
With over 400 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 4 and receive a 10% or more discount!
Small group instruction in riding and vaulting (gymnastics on horseback). Each camper has a horse to care for during the week. Horsemanship skills are taught by qualified instructors.
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.
Holiday weekly extended lesson program at Sandie Mercer Ranch for ages 7-17. Learn all about horses: leading, grooming, bathing, parts of saddle and bridle, breed types, colors and markings, plus horseback riding two times daily. Weekly sessions, 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. Enrollment is limited.
Kids make new friends, advance their skateboarding skills, and most importantly, have fun at Skatedogs’ school-break skateboarding camps offered in conjunction with local recreation departments. They also offer after-school and weekend classes, private lessons and birthday parties.
Vans Skatepark in Orange offers free monthly skate clinics and multiple clinics during the summer break. Instruction is offered for beginner to intermediate street skateboarders, ages 6-16, from 8 a.m. – 12 p.m. on Saturdays. Space is limited and attendees must register in advance.
Specializing in various recreation & sport-related activities, Titan Youth Summer Camp (TYSC) offers nine fun-filled weeks for children (ages 4-12). Full day/Half day options and pre/post-care available. Weekly camps from June 10 – August 9.
Build a custom summer schedule, picking from over 200 classes that include swimming, arts, athletics, cooking, martial arts, music, computers , math, writing and more.
Huntington Beach offers weekly day camp at Camp HB hosted by Murdy Park as well as other programs and camps throughout the summer. Kids can enjoy sports, cooking, STEM, ballet, and other camps throughout the summer. They can even learn some Mad Science and conduct experiments or learn how to survive a zombie apocalypse. Dates, times, and prices vary.
Mission Viejo offers tons of different camps and classes over the summer, with something for everyone to enjoy! Check out their Creative Building Camps (for ages 5-10) and build with LEGOs, or sign up for a whole week at Mission: Camp Adventure and participate in games and activities. Sewing and sports classes are also available.
Head to Newport Sea Base for all of your aquatic camp needs! NSB offers a wide variety of different classes for all ages, including sailing, fishing, paddle sports, and more! Summer camp is offered weekly from June 15 – August 21.
The Running Panthers Basketball Camp is hosted by Mike Bokosky, head basketball coach at Chapman University and is open to girls and boys ages 7-14. Weekly sessions from June 15 – August 7, 8:30am – 4:30pm. Supervised extended care is available free of charge.
UC Irvine’s Jr. Anteater All-Star Sports Camps is for boys and girls (school-age and high school), and is designed to promote sportsmanship, foster appreciation for health and fitness, and increase individual confidence through immersion in a fun, safe, and inclusive learning environment. Dates, cost, and time vary.