Summer Camps Around Dallas-Fort Worth - Today's Mama

Summer Camps Around Dallas-Fort Worth

The time has come, Moms, to plan for summer camps for your kids!
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If you’re looking for high quality, fun camps for your kids for the summer around Dallas-Ft. Worth, look no more. has a great list of the best summer camps in DFW for you right here!

There are three ways you can search for kids summer camps in Dallas-Ft. Worth for your own children:

#1:  Check out the Summer Camps offered by our sponsors

#2:  Download a .pdf file of the Summer Camp Guide in the April issue of our partner publication, North Texas Kids Magazine

#3:  View the Summer Camp Guide from the April issue of our partner publication, North Texas Kids Magazine

More camps are being added all the time, so please check back frequently.  Remember, popular camps fill up quickly, so start reserving your kids’ space NOW!!!

Check out these Fun Summer Camps from our Sponsors!!

Gymboree Play & Music is offering Summer Camps at their BRAND NEW FACILITY at Communications / Parker Road in Plano.  Drop off camps for 3-5 yr olds are held on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays; you may choose from 1, 2, or 3 days a week.  School Skills (M & W, 1:30 – 3:30) and Art III/Sports (Tu, 2:45 – 4:45) are offered.

Summer is a wonderful time for your children to focus on catching up or getting ahead in school. Learning Rx offers a variety of programs throughout the summer to help your children.

Academy of Dance Arts in Allen is offering a Dancing Princesses camp June 22 – 24. 

Bounce U is providing “Create N Bounce” camps for kids ages 4-10. Camps run Tuesday-Thursday from 9:30am-2:30pm and the cost is $129/ week (if you register by March 31st!).

The Heard Natural Science Museum & Wildlife Sanctuary will be offering a variety of summer camps for children ages 5-12. Camps run from June 8-August 7 and cost between $135 and $235 for a week.

Aqua-Fit is offering classes for children of all ages including swim team skills, fitness for youth, and swimming for children.

Send your kids to Pump it Up Jr. for Jump-N-Art camp. Sessions begin on June 16th for potty-trained 3-6 year olds. Cost is $89.  *** SPECIAL ALERT*** Wondering how your little tike will do at camp?  Try it out for one day.  Available June 16, 18, 23, 25, 30, $20/day, 9:30 – 1:30pm.  Call 972-792-9663 to register for your trial session!  One-Day Jump-N-Art Sessions will be available after this trial offer for $40 per Tuesday or Thursday session.

For parents with children with special needs looking for helpful camps, Under the Umbrella is offering 5 two-week sessions from June through August.

Don’t worry about sunscreen because kids will love the indoor heated pool at Paige’s Swim School. Classes offered for children of all ages and skill levels.

If you are looking for a different camp experience for your kids, Sharkarosa Wildlife Ranch has two options for kids ages 8-10 and 11-13 this summer beginning on June 8th. Cost is $225.

Boomerangs is offering unlimited bouncing at their camps this summer plus one Mad Science workshop each week! Camps are Tuesday-Thursday for children ages 5-10. Cost is $149.

The Dallas Museum of Art is offering summer camps from June-August for children 4-5 and 6 & up. The cost is $135-$180.

Drama Kids International is offering drama camps for kids ages 5-15, as well as mini-camps for kids ages 4-7 at Frisco Athletic Center.  Classes begin on June 8 (dates/days/times vary) and range in cost from $125-$165.

Club Z! offers tutoring all year round and summertime is a wonderful time for enrichment, catching up or getting ahead.  It is proven that students lose about 40% in the summertime of what they learned during the school year.  Our summer programs are flexible, affordable and convenient for families who are on the go.  Keep your child engaged in learning by calling Club Z! In-Home Tutoring.  Ask us about our special rates for summer!!

Download this .pdf file of the April Summer Camp Guide from North Texas Kids

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Scroll through the Summer Camp Guide from North Texas Kids