Check out our comprehensive 2017 Guide to Summer Camps in Frisco.
Before we know it, school will be out, and we’ll be looking for ways to keep our kids’ days filled. We’re here to help! There are a number of local summer day camps available right here in Frisco, focused on everything from sports to science. See what matches your child’s interests, or give him or her a chance to try something new.
Frisco Athletic Center: There are so many options here, there’s just not enough room to list them all! Categories include: Science Camps (such as Drones and Sharkology), Creative Camps (painting, sculpture, décor, and more), Sports Camps (lacrosse, golf, and rock climbing, to name only a few), Personal Enrichment Camps (Start a Business! Learn to Debate!), and Dance and Fitness Camps. Check out the 2015 Summer Fun Guide to see all the possibilities.
Frisco Discovery Center: The Discovery Center also offers a wide range of camp options, with a new set each month. How about creating art based on movies such as Pirates of the Caribbean or Harry Potter in June? Or rehearsing and performing The Hobbit in July? And, in August, maybe build some Space Exploration themed models. See the full list of options.
Fieldhouse USA: The Fieldhouse offers a variety of sports-themed day camps for kids ages 5-14. The “All Sports” camp (for kids 6-13) is open all summer, from June 8 to August 21, Mondays through Fridays, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Kids can come as often as they like, with 1-20 day passes available. Half-day camps are also available, including those for basketball (4 day camps for kids 5-14), indoor soccer (5 day camps for those 5-12), and football (4 day camps for kids in K-5th only). See the “Camps” tab on the Fieldhouse website for more information.
School of Rock: Do you have a budding musician in the house? Register him or her for one of the Monday through Friday day camps offered at School of Rock. Be in a real band, and even perform in a concert on Friday!
Frisco School of Music: The Frisco School of Music also offers camps geared to the music-lover in your family. Piano, guitar, drumming, and voice lessons are all available, and they even offer some art and dance options.
Emler Swim School: What’s summer without some time in the pool or lake? Although Emler focuses on a semester-long curriculum, they also offer shorter sessions during the summer.
Young Chefs Academy: Sign your little chefs up for a camp here, and they may prepare something yummy for you when they get home! In addition to general cooking camps, there are those that focus on cool summer treats, baking, and chocolate. (I wonder if they need tasters?)
WOGA Frisco: Gymnastics and tumbling – doesn’t that sound like a fun way to spend a day? WOGA offers day camps (9 a.m. to 2 p.m.) and half-day camps (9 a.m. to noon). Camp punch cards are also available, giving you some flexibility on which days to attend.
Kids and Art Frisco: Create fun artworks incorporating a variety of themes, such as animal art, pop art, and minions.
Color Me Mine: This paint-it-yourself ceramics studio is offering summer workshops, and you can sign up for a single day, or a full week. Workshops are for kids between 6 and 13, and run from 12:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m., Monday through Friday.
There are so many opportunities for fun right here in Frisco! Summer will be here before you know it – start making your plans now, some of these camps will fill up quickly!