Alodia Basketball Academy campers can choose from three camp options, including total player, shooting and competition as well as a full-day camp. (Courtesy Alodia Basketball Camp)
Alodia Basketball Academy campers can choose from three camp options, including total player, shooting and competition as well as a full-day camp.
May 31-Aug. 5 (The Woodlands), May 31-Aug. 12 (Tomball)
$ 150- $ 235 (weekly)
22601 Lutheran Church Road, Tomball
8711 Creekside Green Drive, The Woodlands
Camp Allen offers a weeklong outdoor experience on its 1,100-acre forested plot in Navasota. The camp hosts many outdoor activities from horseback riding to swimming to zip-lining.
June 5-July 30
$ 262 (deposit), $ 786 (session per session)
18800 FM 362, Navasota
Black Cat Theater and Academy campers can participate in one or two week programs focusing on different movies and plays and campers will have the opportunity to choose the morning or afternoon session Monday through Friday. Each program will end in a production for friends and family to attend at $ 10- $ 20 a ticket. Snacks will be provided every day and campers will receive a T-shirt.
May 31-Aug. 5
$ 250- $ 335 (per program)
331 Corporate Woods Drive, Ste. A4, Magnolia
Campers age 7 and up can take part in Camp Blessing’s weeklong summer camp that caters to the needs of those with mental and physical disabilities. Throughout the summer, campers can participate in activities such as horseback riding, canoeing, fishing, swimming, rope courses, zip-line, crafts, variety shows, sports and water games.
Age 7 and older
May 31-Aug. 6
$ 1,300 (per session)
7227 Camp Blessing Lane, Brenham
Located off of Lake Livingston, Camp Cullen immerses its campers in nature throughout their time at the camp. The camp hosts a variety of outdoor activities, such as water sports, hiking and adventure courses.
June 12-Aug. 13
$ 1,295- $ 2,795 (per session)
460 Cullen Loop, Ste. A, Trinity
The new Camp Invention program aims to inspire children’s creativity and build confidence. Children will team up with friends for hands-on science, technology, engineering and math adventures. Activities include adopting a robotic fish, exploring space, and building robots and marble arcades. Camps are slated for the Tomball and Magnolia areas.
Dates and locations vary.
$ 245 and up
Camp Olympia brings children ages 6-16 to the woods of Trinity for a classic summer camp experience off Lake Livingston. Campers age 9 and younger can stay for the one-week sessions, while those age 7 and older can register for sessions lasting up to three weeks. Prices for camp vary based on the length of session.
Ages 6-9 (Spark Camp), ages 7-16 (all other camps)
May 29-Aug. 6
$ 300 (deposit), $ 2,025- $ 4,995 (tuition per session)
723 Olympia Drive, Trinity
Career Exploration Camp at Lone Star College-Tomball provides an opportunity for students to learn about careers. A schedule of times will be made available in April.
June 6-9, 13-16
$ 115 (weekly)
30555 Hwy. 249, Tomball
Carolina Creek camp is open to campers from kindergarten through 12th grade. Located in Huntsville, the camp allows kids to engage in activities ranging from zip-lining to tubing.
May 29-Aug. 13
$ 335- $ 879 (per session)
84 Wimberley Lane, Huntsville
Element Sportsplex is offering weekly basketball developmental camps Monday through Thursday from 9 am-4pm Campers will learn ball handling, passing, layups and shooting form.
May 30-Aug. 4
$ 100 half day (weekly), $ 175 full day (weekly)
12920 Theis Lane, Tomball[email protected]
Friends of Texas Wildlife campers can learn about Texas wildlife through meeting live animals, educational activities, games and making crafts. The camp will be hosted in three sessions in June, and campers attend three days of the week. A free T-shirt will be provided, but campers must bring a sack lunch.
10 am-2pm (June 6-10, 13-17, 20-24)
$ 125 (per 3-day session)
29816 Dobbin Hufsmith Road, Magnolia
Lazy Acres offers 10 weeks of indoor and outdoor recreation on the camp’s 20-acre facility. From 7 am-6pm every day, those entering kindergarten through eighth grade can participate in outdoor activities, including archery, swimming and fishing, or indoor activities such as arts and crafts, pool tables and air hockey.
June 1-Aug. 5
$ 100 (registration fee per family), $ 180 (weekly per child for two children or more), $ 185 (weekly for one child)
13913 Stagecoach Road, Magnolia
Paint & Bubbles Studio offers camps with morning or afternoon sessions. Camp sessions will have different themes and activities focused on building creativity, artistic skills and self-confidence. Camp art projects include painting, collaging, sculpting and crafting.
May 31-Aug. 4
$ 225 (per child)
31311 FM 2978, Ste. 107, Magnolia
Pinebrook Farms offers campers three to four hours a day of riding and horsemanship lessons. In addition to horseback riding activities, campers can also participate in archery, swimming, arts and crafts, and enjoy cookouts provided by the camp.
June 5-8, 12-18, 19-25; July 10-16, 17-23
$ 550 (counselor training), $ 575 (day camp), $ 875 (resident camp)
611 Virgie Community Road, Magnolia
Summer Camp Adventures offers summer activities for ages 5-12, including field trips, swimming, STEM challenges, sports and creative arts. Discounts are available for children of Magnolia ISD employees as well as qualified students to receive free and reduced-price lunches. A 10% discount for siblings is also available.
May 31-July 29
$ 115- $ 150 per week (register by May 6), $ 125- $ 165 per week (after May 6), $ 25- $ 35 (registration fee)
Magnolia Parkway Elementary School
11745 FM 1488, Magnolia
Campers will also be shuttled from Magnolia Elementary School, located at 31900 Nichols Sawmill Road, Magnolia.
Teora Music School offers two summer programs 10 am-3pm Monday through Friday. At Summer Jam, campers age 8 and older will arrange, record and perform their songs in a group setting. In the Summer Artists Program, campers will participate in activities based around daily themes and musical experiences alongside academic lessons in music and music-related arts.
Ages 5-9 (Summer Artists), age 8 and older (Summer Jam)
June 6-July 29
$ 190 (Summer Artists), $ 390 (Summer Jam)
24913 Kuykendahl Road, Ste. C, Tomball
Texas Star Gymnastics hosts students for gymnastics, games and playground visits from 9:30 am-3:30pm In addition to a lunch bag, participating children must bring their own bathing suits and towels to play in the camp’s water slide.
Age 4 and older
June 1-Aug. 16
$ 45 per day ($ 40 for siblings), $ 30 (registration fee for new students)
1230 Ulrich Road, Tomball
Tomball Kids Club, hosted by the city of Tomball and partnering with the Houston Food Bank, is offering a Tuesday and Thursday camp at Juergens Park where school-age children can play games and participate in educational activities from 10:30 am-12:30 p.m. pm Children will receive one free meal, and families can pick up a bag of groceries during the event. Parents are required to stay with children during the camp.
July 12-Aug. 18
Juergens Park, 1331 Ulrich Road, Tomball
The Woodlands Children’s Museum offers nine weeklong summer workshop sessions that feature age-appropriate activities focusing on topics such as science, culture and arts.
June 6-Aug. 4
Contact museum for pricing
4775 W. Panther Creek Drive, The Woodlands
Woodway Equestrian hosts four weekly themed camps for ages 7-15. In addition to riding horses, campers can participate in relay races, crafts and talent shows with an ice cream and water balloon party every Friday.
June 13-Aug. 12
$ 650 (before June 1), $ 700 (after June 1), $ 300 (deposit)
24706 FM 2978, Tomball