Best Winter School Break Camps for Kids Around Atlanta
Need something for the kids to do during school break? These cool camps wrap up fun and learning into one neat package.
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Take a break from your school routine and find your spotlight at Alliance Theatre School Break Play Days! Scheduled for December 18-22 and additional upcoming school breaks. Available for students in grades K-5. Each Play Day has a specific theme taught by an expert in the field. Dec. 18-22, Jan. 15, Feb. 19-23. Register online at alliancetheatre.org.
introduces children ages 5 years-teen to performing arts in asafe, non-competitive environment. Holiday camp dates are Dec. 20-22 andDec. 26-29. Before and aftercare available. Children will be introduced totrapeze, juggling, clowning, magic, unicycling and more. Circus Camp gives campers with the opportunity to learn something new and exciting every day. Dec. 20-22 and 26-29. Register at circuscamp.org.
Intown Stars camps have now reached EPIC status on the fun scale in their gorgeous new 75,000 square foot kid wonderland! Campers enjoy free play on gymnastics, ninja, and parkour equipment, arts and crafts, roller skating and lots of outdoor time! Visit intownstarsatl.com/schoolbreakcamps for the many available school breaks camps offered.
Josh Powell Camp is continuing the fun into winter, with the same unplugged-in-the-outdoors mentality that summer camp has been based upon for 50 years! Seasonal activities are added to the fun to make winter camp a truly unique experience. Dec. 18-22, Feb. 19-23. Register your camper at joshpowellcamp.com.
Spruill Center for the Arts is just the place for creative kids during Winter Breaks. Get ready for drawing, painting, and lunchtime games as well as outdoor activities, weather permitting. Camps are 9:30 a.m.-3 p.m. with before and after care available. Located in Dunwoody at Spruill’s Education Center; Dec. 18-20, Feb. 16 and 19. For information and to register, visit spruillarts.org.
Bundle up with the animals with Winter Safari Camps at Zoo Atlanta! Campers will learn about the biology and behaviors of amazing creatures, explore the challenges many animals face in the wild, and discover ways to protect wildlife and wild habitats. Dec. 18-22, Dec. 27-29, Feb. 19-23. Learn more at zooatlanta.org/camp.
More camps offering winter sessions to consider:
Alpharetta Recreation Parks and Services, ages 3-12.
Atlanta Extreme Volleyball Club, ages 14-18.
Challenger Sports, ages 5-18.
Chattahoochee Nature Center, ages 4-9.
City of Marietta Parks and Recreation, ages 6-12.
Code Wiz, ages 7-12.
Community Music Centers, ages 5-13.
Dunwoody Nature Center Camp, ages 4-11.
Easy Going Sewing, ages 8-17.
Fernbank Museum, ages 5-10.
Flour Power Kids Cooking Studios, ages 5-12.
Forefront Arts, ages 3-18.
Gwinnett Parks and Recreation, ages 3-11.
High Five Sports Zone, ages 5-12.
Intown Stars Gymnastics, ages vary.
Kid Chess, ages 5-14.
Lionheart Theatre, ages 8-17.
Marcus Jewish Community Center of Atlanta, ages 4-14.
Nike Sports Camps/US Sports Camps, ages 5-18.
Oodazu, ages 3-10.
The Peach Pit Gym, ages 2-16.
Phase Family Learning Center, ages 5-10.
Piedmont Park Conservancy, ages 5-10.
Rising Stars Basketball Clinics, ages 5-14.
Sky Barre Sky Kids, ages 5-17.
The Sunshine House, ages 5-12.
Tumbles of Johns Creek, ages 4-12.
Vinings School of Art, Ages 6-12.
YMCA Atlanta, ages 5 and older.
Young Chefs Academy, ages 5-14.
Zone of Light Studio, ages 5-12.
Check with your church and county recreation programs for more options.