Don’t have a boring school break – these camps bring the fun factor! Also check out more ways to spend your spring break with our guide to spring break fun.

[Featured Spring Break Camps]

Zoo Atlanta

Want something wild for your young explorer? Try the camp experience that invites 1,000 of your closest animal friends! Safari Camp engages campers in the wild world around them with opportunities to be surrounded by our planet’s amazing biodiversity, from the majestic African elephant to the tiniest of neotropical frogs. Connections made at Safari Camp help children begin a journey of conservation stewardship in an outdoor oasis that naturally educates and inspires. Each session, campers engage in STEAM-based projects, learn from the experts who know the animals best, visit favorite destinations around the Zoo, and gain a firsthand appreciation for the natural world. Camp runs during spring, summer and winter breaks, with School’s Out Sessions available for many one-day breaks. Campers ages 4 to 17 are welcome. Activities are age and grade-appropriate, and Zoo exploration themes change weekly for an always-fresh experience. For more information, please visit

More Camps

Here are more to consider:

Adrenaline Climbing Spring Break Camp, ages 7-12,

Alliance Theatre, ages 5-14,

Atlanta Botanical Garden Spring Break Camp, ages 6-8,

Blue Heron Nature Preserve, ages 2-12,

Camp Serenbe Spring Break Day Camp, ages 5-12,

Chattahoochee Nature Center, ages 5-13,

City of Sandy Springs STEAM Spring Break Camp, ages 6-12,

Community Music Centers, Dunwoody, Decatur and Little 5 Points, ages 5-13,

Dunwoody Nature Center Spring Break Camp, ages 4-11,

High Museum of Art Spring Art Break,

MJCCA, ages 4-14,

Museum of Design campMODA, ages 5-17,

School Break Art Camps at the Spruill Center, ages 5-10,

The Sunshine House, ages 5-12,

Tellus Science Museum’s Spring Break Science Escape,

Trees Atlanta Junior TreeKeeper Camp, ages 6-11,

Vinings School of Art, ages 5-14,

Young Chefs Academy Camp Can-I-Cook, Cumming, Marietta, Midtown and Sandy Springs, ages 5 and older,

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.

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