Zoo Atlanta

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 2018 guide to spring break fun.

Zoo Atlanta

Spring Break is around the corner! Why not send your explorer on a “discovery staycation” at Zoo Atlanta! Campers will explore nature’s rebirth in a program that combines fun and learning in a natural setting! Each day, participants are immersed in learning about animals from around the world, exploring the environment, and engaging in ways they can conserve nature through unique hands-on, minds-on activities. Camp runs April 2 – 6. For more information, please visit zooatlanta.org/camp.

Alliance Theatre

Spring Break Camps are offered for students grades K – 12 in musical theater and performing arts, April 2-6. All camps culminate in a showcase on Friday at 3 p.m. Camp meets Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. with aftercare available until 6 p.m. through Thursday. Learn more about camps at alliancetheatre.org/dramacamps. 

Chattahoochee Nature Center

Camp Kingfisher offers a five-day outdoor camp experience filled with hiking adventures, animal encounters, and outdoor play. Campers enjoy exploring the 127 acre, riverside camp, teaming with wildlife and hidden treasures. Grades K-7. April 2-6, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. with extended care 8-9 a.m. and 4-6:15 p.m. Register at chattnaturecenter.org

Vinings School of Art

Kids can spend a half-day, a few days or the entire week creating art and burning off energy with the school’s ART with Fitness camps. Kids will create one or two unique pieces each day, working with canvas painting, clay, charcoal drawing techniques and 3D sculpture-making with wood and plaster. They’ll have at least an hour of PE class in the gym. Art camps will be grouped by ages (5-7, 7-9 and 10-13), with no more than 10 students per group. Register at viningsschoolofart.com.

More Camps

Here are more fun camps to consider:

The Sunshine House, ages 5-12, sunshinehouse.com

Community Music Centers, ages 5-11 all locations; ages 11-14 in Decatur only, cmcatlanta.com

High Museum of Art Planet eARTH Camp, ages 6-15, high.org

Museum of Design campMODA, ages 5-17, museumofdesign.org

Dunwoody Nature Center Spring Break Camp, ages 3-11, dunwoodynature.org

Atlanta Botanical Garden Spring Day Camp, ages 4-6, atlantabg.org

Camp Serenbe Spring Break Day Camp, ages 5-12, campserenbe.com

Be sure to check with your local YMCA, your 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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