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Spring Break in Frisco: Camps, Events, Things to Do

It’s time for a break!

Since the new year began, our Frisco kids have been working hard at school, navigating academics and social challenges. Parents, too, have been juggling lunch box preparation, homework and extra-curricular activities on top of their other grown-up responsibilities.

We’re all ready for spring break! For some households, a week off from school means the freedom to catch up on quality family time and maybe even take a quick vacation. For other households, there may be a need to schedule a couple of organized activities to balance the kids’ free time and keep them away from electronic devices.

Looking for a Spring Break Camp?

Is your child a budding athlete, actor, or scientist? A camp will help them strengthen these interests, or they can try something new.

Frisco Parks and Recreation: While Frisco Parks and Rec offers classes and programs for kids and teenagers year-round, over spring break they’ll offer a handful of camps that are specifically for that Monday-Friday time period. This year, they’ll offer Gaming, Digital Photography, Film-making, and Art Camp. Please view the registration site for specific details about pricing, location, and ages.

Jungle Joe’s Cafe

Jungle Joe’s: Keep the kiddos busy and entertained during their week off school with Jungle Joe’s Spring Break Camps! March 12-16, open to ages 3-8 (must be potty trained) and includes playtime, crafts, fun games and yummy, healthy food! Mention this listing to receive $30 off the week! Schedules, pricing and registration info available here.

Fieldhouse, USA: The Fieldhouse is offering an “All Sports Camp”  in which kids can play a variety of sports. The full-day camp, for kids from 6 to 13, runs from 7:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., with lunch and snacks included. Participants can register for a single day or for the whole week. Half-day (9 a.m. – noon) basketball and volleyball camps are also available.

Mavs Hoop Camp: March 14-16 at the Frisco Athletic Center, 9:00am-4:00pm. Young basketball players of all skill levels (ages 7-18) will learn the game from the best camp coaching staff in Texas. Dallas Mavericks Hoop Camp delivers valuable lessons and plenty of fun!

Cowboys Football Academy: March 14-15 at The Ford Center at The Star in Frisco. The Dallas Cowboys Football Academy’s Spring Break camp is a 2-day skills and drills camp coached by former NFL players and coaches.

DCC Dance Academy: March 14-15 at the Ford Center at The Star in Frisco, the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders Dance Academy’s Spring Break camp is a 2-day camp where dancers learn routines and team spirit with a special emphasis on self-confidence as well as health and fitness from current members of the DCC.

Frisco Youth Theater

Frisco Youth Theatre: Offering morning, afternoon, and full-day camps for K-5th grade, these day camps are themed around popular children’s stories and promote learning through creativity. Each day, students will actively bring a different story to life through visual and performing arts.

My Gym Frisco: For ages 4-7, Wednesday, March 14 from 1:00pm-4:00pm, My Gym Camp activates the excitement with energizing games, exciting gymnastics, cool arts & crafts and music that guarantees to keep kids moving and engaged!

Sci-Tech Discovery Center: Full day “Spring Into Action” camps are offered for Kindergarten-4th graders (9:00am-4:00pm). Themes include Cool Cars, Force and Motion, and Gear Up With Gadgets. Full day “Maker Space” camps are offered for 5th-8th graders, with themes such as Imagine, Code, and Build with Arduino, and Mechanical Graphics. View the full list and pricing info here.

Young Chef’s Academy: At Camp I Can Cook, kids will learn to make and taste many different types of yummy creations. Come curious ~ leave with happy taste buds, an impressive recipe collection, and new cooking friends!

Growing IQ

Growing IQ: Is your child nervous about the upcoming STAAR exam? Does your child love math and want to advance? Growing IQ’s spring camp includes hands-on learning through manipulatives, projects, puzzles and games for elementary age children reinforcing math, logic, reasoning and problem-solving skills while also being fun! Camp Dates: March 12-16, 9:30am – 12:30pm. Call 469-305-2126 for more information. To register, email frisco@tx.growingiq.com with your child’s information.

WOGA Frisco: Fun and educational camp programs for boys and girls ages 3 and up. In addition to gymnastics training, campers will enjoy tumbling, trampoline, games, arts and crafts, and other activities. Half day and full day programs available.

Frisco’s Fire Safety Town: This Frisco treasure is offering a variety of classes during the break, including Bicycle Safety, Severe Weather Safety, and Water Safety, among others. Meet real Frisco Fire Fighters and have fun while learning!

Adventure Kids Playcare Frisco: Spring Break Camp at Adventure Kids Playcare offers activity-packed schedules, with a different theme each day. Your kids can enjoy learning and laughter at our preschool and school-aged day camps! Camp runs from 9:00am – 4:00pm each day with before and after care available.

Looking for family-friendly events?

FC Dallas: Our local MLS team will host the Seattle Sounders at Toyota Stadium on March 18th at 4:00pm.

Frisco Library: The public library consistently offers a variety of activities on a weekly basis. Or bring your little ones to the Ready to Read Railroad.

Texas Legends: G-League basketball will make two appearances at Frisco’s Dr Pepper Arena during spring break. The Texas Legends face the Santa Cruz Warriors on Tuesday, March 13th art 7:00pm, and the Agua Caliente Clippers on Sunday, March 18th at 5:00pm.

Want to plan an easy road trip?

We can recommend a TON of easy day trip ideas that are just outside of our comfy, Frisco bubble and totally worth the effort.

Why not plan a spontaneous vacation (without booking a flight)?

Ready to explore your own hometown?

The Frisco Bucket List includes some great ideas on exploring your hometown, and now we have bunches of new spaces to explore in our ever-growing city. Try some of the many new restaurants in town, or explore The Star in Frisco. There you can toss a football on the Ford Center Plaza, take a tour of Dallas Cowboys World Headquarters, check out the Ring of Honor, or try one of the many restaurants on-site (many of which of patios).

Get a head start on summer and go swimming! The Frisco Athletic Center Indoor Aquatic Center will be available over spring break! Or, if you have a child who loves trains, you must check out the many local spots that feature the railroad!

Are your teenagers at risk of boredom? Try these local teen-friendly ideas, or take them to Countdown to Escape for a really fun escape room adventure!

And don’t forget our local parks and trails! On a nice day, it’s hard to beat an expansive park for relaxation and fun. Pick up some burgers (we can recommend a few good ones), and enjoy them outside. Throw a frisbee, kick a ball, go for a walk, or feed the ducks.

In addition to boasting Frisco’s largest playground system and Hope Park, Frisco Commons Park also offers a scenic picnic area, pond, and walking trail. Or, walk among the ‘hero-sized’ sculptures at Central Park, which provides a nice break if you’ve been doing some shopping nearby.

There’s a LOT to do right here in Frisco during Spring Break, we’ve only just touched the surface. What do you have planned?  Leave us a comment below.