Best Winter 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.
Bundle up with the animals this winter break with Zoo Atlanta’s Virtual Safari Camp: Winter Break Sessions. These minds-on programs transport your children to the Zoo as we visit animals on grounds, explore biofacts, and observe science experiments and demonstrations, all from the comfort and safety of your home. Jan. 18 and Feb. 15. Ages 7-12. Learn more and register at zooatlanta.org.
Campers ages 5-10 will explore art through a variety of mixed-media such as drawing, painting, collage or clay projects. 9:30 a.m.-3 p.m. with before & after care available. Located in Dunwoody; price averages $75 per day. Jan. 18 and Feb. 15. Register online.
At the Amphibian Foundation’s day and week-long classes and camps, students ages 3-18 can learn what makes amphibians and reptiles biologically unique and environmentally important. These courses provide a fun, interactive setting that focuses on piquing learners’ curiosities and introducing them to love animals! Register online.
Virtual Winter courses for ages 7-16, weekdays and Saturdays. Four walls can’t contain your kids’ creativity! Set them free to code and collaborate with fun and exciting programs in Game Design, Roblox, Minecraft, Python and more. Small group ratio 5:1. Save $50 on registration for a limited time.
More camps offering winter sessions to consider:
Dunwoody Nature Center Camp, ages 4-11.
Holy Spirit Preparatory – Coach Vincent’s Vacation Day Camp, ages K-8th.
Marcus Jewish Community Center of Atlanta, ages 4-14.
Rising Stars Basketball Clinics, ages 5-14.
Sky Barre Sky Kids
The Sunshine House, ages 5-12.
Tumbles of Johns Creek, ages 3-9.
YMCA Atlanta, ages 5 and older.
Young Chefs Academy Culinary Camp, Cumming, Marietta, Midtown and Sandy Springs, ages 5-14.
Be sure to check with your church recreation programs and county recreation centers for more options.