A spring break camp is a great way for your child to explore the world why staying right here in the Tennessee Valley! This list of awesome camps has something for everyone but we advise you hurry to register because they tend to fill up fast.
Around the World: Around the World is a five-day unit where students learn about different engineering wonders in our world. Engineering wonders can be man-made or natural. This unit assists students in discovering about engineering standards, science, math, and history. If your student can’t travel over Spring Break, then bring them to Spring Break Labs as we travel the Engineering World!
Alabama Kidnastics Spring Break Camp
Full day camp for ages 5-12 offering instruction in gymnastics, tumbling, dance, soccer, softball, volleyball, basketball,parkour ninja warrior, fitness games and much more. Kids need to bring a sack lunch with drink. Your child will not be bored!
Alexander’s Martial Arts
The theme of this year’s Spring Break camp is Pokemon! It’s a great way to introduce your child to the benefits of martial arts. Alexander’s teaches an orientation class on the first day of camp so the kids can graduate to their white belts at a special ceremony that afternoon (so parents can see what they have learned). The schedule includes Pokemon inspired activites, pottery, Nerf Olympics, a swim day, and so much more. During camp days, Alexander’s offers an early drop-off time of 7:30am with a late pickup time of 5:30pm.
At Artis Studio campers will engage in a variety of art activities and work with different art mediums. Our main focus is to offer children a unique and nurturing experience and enriching children’s development, respecting their uniqueness and individuality, fostering their curiosity and exploration. Each week we will focus on a new theme to inspire our daily activities, from art to games to stories. Join us for Art Lessons, gallery tours, outside play, games, weekly art show, active brain activities, stories and more! Early drop-off and late pickup available. Ages 4-13.
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Bricks 4 Kidz
With mini-camps that include themes like Star Wars and Batman, these camps are sure to please any Lego fan (ages 5+)! Kids will love to design and build their own special creations incorporating their favorite LEGO® themed models and our special Bricks 4 Kidz models, motors and remote controls. Each day, campers will use fascinating and challenging LEGO® components to create dynamic vehicles, inventions, machines and more based on their own unique interests. This camp is loads of fun and learning for budding builders that like to have their hands into a little bit of everything at once. All Campers take home a custom mini-figure at the end of the week. Multiple 3 hour session rates available, call for details. Open Play is available for early drop-off, late-stay, and early/late stay for the lunch hour for $10 each.
Burritt Nature Rangers Spring Camp: Gold Mountain Adventure
Campers in grades K through 5th will go on a Gold Mountain Adventure as they imagine what life was like for the miners who joined in the southern gold rush of 1830. They will also learn about the Cherokee and other tribes whose land held this precious gold. Children will enjoy exploring our nature trails, playing active games and creating crafts based on the camp’s theme. Each day campers will be supervised and led by our trained, CPR-certified staff. Typical teacher to camper ratio is 1 to 15, so your child receives individualized attention. With Burritt’s famous combination of genuine fun, quality instruction, and active play, this is sure to be a spring break to remember!
Spring is almost here! Join us for a super fun kids camp during Spring Break. Campers will get to work with pottery in the morning and art in the afternoon. There are two options: Full-day from 10am to 2pm and Half-day from 10am-11:30pm or 12:30pm to 2pm. Mornings will be packed full of clay projects, they even get to work on the wheels! Afternoons will be full of different and fun art projects.
Campers should dress comfortably in play clothes. They need to wear closed-toed shoes (like tennis shoes), no flip flops. Campers should bring their lunch and a drink. We supply aprons and lots of fun. Please contact us if you have any questions.
Fantasy Playhouse Children’s Theater
Staying home for Spring Break? Then join Fantasy for some fun and exciting classes/workshops for ages 5-15! Students are divided into age appropriate groups. Actors will work on different elements of theatre including acting, voice, movement, improvisation and much more! Friday is “Sharing Day,” when campers showcase their work to invited family and friends!
Huntsville Botanical Garden Spring Break Camp: Showers of Fun
This day-to-day camp is offered for the week of spring break with new activities each day. Students can attend all week or pick their days. 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Space is limited in the camp and slots are filling up fast! All materials provided; class size is limited The Garden does provide one afternoon snack for full day camps. Students need to provide a morning snack (including drink) and a lunch.
Date(s)/Times(s): March 13-17 | 9am-4:30pm
Cost: $50/day or $230/week | $40/$180 for members; Early drop off is $5/day per child or $20/week
Location: Huntsville Botanical Garden (map)
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Huntsville Hockey Camp
Spring Break Hockey Camp for ages 4-12 is a 3-day basic hockey skills Camp for players who have completed Level 2 in Learn to Play Hockey. The emphasis of this 1/2 day camp at the Huntsville Ice Complex will be skating and skill development coupled with some fun and exciting small area games, with two ice sessions each morning and a break between. Players must have full gear; equipment not provided.
Huntsville Skating Camp
While you’re out of school come learn a little more about ice skating or brush up on your skills! Camp includes daily snack and drink, 45 minutes of coach instruction, and 90 minutes of supervised practice.
Spend Spring Break at The Matrix with games, tumbling, arts & crafts, music & fun! We provide a healthy daily snack and kids bring their own sack lunch. Ages potty-trained and up.
Date(s)/Times(s): March 13-17 | 9am-1pm
Cost: $145/week (includes a t-shirt) or $40 per day; 10% discount for siblings on weekly prices)
Location: 3228 Leeman Ferry Road, Huntsville (map)
Phone: (256) 533-5599
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Mind Gear Labs
Calling all Minecraft fans! With morning and afternoon sessions, your Steve or Alex is sure to have a blast. In the morning they’ll work on moon habitats and in the afternoon they can explore the Library of Alexandria. These camps are aimed at students in grades 3- 8.
Flower pots, beach totes, and burlap. Believe it or not, all of these things are related during Spirited Art’s spring break extravaganza! Each camp session offers a unique painting and activity that your child will love. Sign up for the week and get a $65 discount. Classes are for ages 5+.
UAH Volleyball Spring Break Night Sessions
Girls in grades 3-9 can register to attend this 3-day volleyball camp. Walk-ups welcome as long as spots are available! 3 courts will be available and for working on passing, setting, attacking, serving, and game play.
U.S. Space and Rocket Center Day Camp
Experience all the excitement of the U.S. Space and Rocket Center® at Day Camp! Crew trainers guide trainees through the past, present and future of flight or space exploration, using actual jets, shuttles and rockets as the backdrop. Trainees choose from three distinct camp options: Space, Aviation or Robotics. Tuition includes lunch and a snack daily. Early drop-off and late pick-up are available for a small fee. Ages 5-10.
YMCA – Hogan
During this full-day camp on the Hogan YMCA campus children will participate in a variety of activities including swimming, games, dancing and a field trip. Open to both members and non-members. Parents provide lunch & two snacks and a swim suit and towel each day. Spaces are limited! Email Kim for more information.
YMCA – Southeast
This Spring Break, let your child have a taste of summer camp and enjoy their time off at the YMCA. In camp, participants will have the opportunity to play gym sports, outdoor games, enjoy arts and crafts and swim everyday. Open to both members and non-members. Email for more information.