Spring Break Safari Camp at Zoo Atlanta

It’s not too early to start thinking about spring break camps! Whatever their interest, kids will discover and learn while having fun. Explore more camps your kids will love with Atlanta Parent’s Ultimate Guide to Summer Day Camps.

[Featured Spring Break Camps]

Alliance Theatre Spring Break Camp

Take a break from your school routine and find your spotlight at Alliance Theatre Spring Break Camp! available for students in Pre-K (age 4) through grade 5. April 1-5, 2024. Registration opens in January; register online at alliancetheatre.org.

Spring Break Safari Camp at Zoo Atlanta

Campers ages 5-11 can journey through Zoo Atlanta from April 1-5 during Spring Break Safari Camp. These minds-on programs allow campers to visit animals on grounds, explore biofacts, and take part in science experiments and demonstrations. For more information, visit zooatlanta.org/camp.

Westminster Spring Break Camps

Westminster’s Camps have been educating, entertaining, and engaging children for more than 60 years. Spring Break camps run March 4-8 and include STEM explorations in construction, food, LEGO and nature, as well as sports, for PreK-5th grade. Register online.

More Camps

Here are more to consider:

Alpharetta Recreation, Parks and Cultural Services, ages 3-12, alpharetta.ga.us  

Atlanta Botanical Garden Spring Break Family Fun, ages 6-8, atlantabg.org

City of Marietta Spring Break Camps, ages 6-12, marietta.gov/parksrec

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

Douglasville Cultural Arts Council, ages 7-11, artsdouglas.org

Dunwoody Nature Center Spring Break Camp, ages 4-11, dunwoodynature.org

Flour Power Cooking Studios, ages 5-12, flourpowerstudios.com

Forefront Arts School Break Camps, ages 5-12. forefrontarts.com

Gwinnett County Parks and Recreation, ages vary, gwinnettparks.com

Intown Stars Gymnastics, ages vary, intownstarsgymnastics.com

Kid Chess, grades K-6, kidchess.com

MJCCA – Marcus Jewish Community Center of Atlanta, ages 4-14, atlantajcc.org

Museum of Design Spring Break Camp, ages 10-14, museumofdesign.org

The Peach Pit Gym, ages 2-16, peachpitgym.com

Phase Family Learning Center School Break Camps, ages 5-10, phasefamilylearningcenter.com

Rising Stars Basketball Camp, ages 5-14, risingstarshoops.net

Sandy Springs Recreation and Parks, ages 5-10, registration.sandyspringsga.gov

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

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

Vinings School of Art, ages 6-14, viningsschoolofart.com

YMCA of Metro Atlanta, ages 5 and older, ymcaatlanta.org

Young Chefs Academy, Cumming, Marietta, Midtown and Sandy Springs, ages 5 and older, youngchefsacademy.com

Zone of Light Studio, ages 5-12, zoneoflightstudio.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.

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