2014 Austin Area Spring Break Camps

Spring break is just around the corner, and it’s time to prepare for school-aged children to be on the loose for a week. Check out all the camps and activities available around town to keep your kiddo engaged and busy while you get some work done.

Featured Camps

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Register for an all day camp and receive $25 off!

March 10 – 14, 2014 – Circle C Community Center
9:00 am – 12:00 pm – Let’s Get Moving – LEGO® Engineering – Ages 5 – 9 – $150

Come build super-cool models that use gears, axles and pulleys. Work in teams under guided instruction to build a different model each day. This class is designed so that children of all ages and building abilities can build together.

1:00 pm – 4:00 pm – Amazing Animals – LEGO® Robotics – Ages 7 – 11 – $175

Come build awesome robotic models featuring working motors and sensors! Work in teams under guided instructions to build and program Lego® models. Build a different model each class! Don’t miss out on all the fun! Learning is enhanced through use of laptops, and each class ends with a free play session to promote creativity.

If you need all day care, register for both sessions, pack your kiddo a (nut-free) lunch and we’ll spend some time outside between classes!

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Learn New Skills

Join us for the We Are Girls Spring Break Camp!
For girls in grades 4-6
Session 1 – March 10th and 11th
Session 2 – March 12th and 13th
Cost is $100/session plus registration fee
At GENaustin’s two-day spring break camp, girls have fun, make new friends, and learn new ways to handle the tough stuff. This year’s focus is the ups and downs of friendships.


ZACH Theatre

March 10-14 from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. with extended care available

Fairy Tale Players
Age 5 – Kindergarten
Explore your favorite fairy tales through art projects, creative movement and imaginative play.  Then create an original tall tale to share at the end of the week.

Movie Magic
Grades 1-6 | Divided into age-appropriate groups
Action!  Rotate through classes in improv, design and acting for the camera and make a short film to share on the last day of camp. Offered in partnership with Film Kids.


Organization Location(s) Ages and Price Contact Info
Capital Gymnastics Varies – see Contact Info Age and price vary by location. Click the Locations tab and call for details about camps offered at each location.
YMCA of Austin Varies – see Contact Info Ages 5 to 12 – $160/wk for members and $195/wk for non-members YMCA of Austin
Camp Doublecreek Round Rock $260/week – contact Camp Doublecreek for ages. Camp Doublecreek
Austin Science and Nature Center Austin Camps for 5-6yo, 7-8yo, and 9-11yo. $180-$190/week ANSC
The Art Garage Austin Ages 6 & up – $205/week The Art Garage
Mrs. St. John’s Art Camp Round Rock Contact the camp for age and price information Mrs. St. John’s Art Camp
Gilbert’s Gazelles Running Camp Contact Gilbert’s Gazelles for location information Ages 8-16 – $150/week or $135/week for returning campers Gilbert’s Gazelles
West Austin Athletic Club West Austin Ages 5-14 – $290 for full day camp/week and $125 for half-day camp/week West Austin Athletic Club
Lonestar Scool of Music Rock Camp Austin Ages 6-10 – $239 plus $30 registration for new members Lonestar School of Music
Dougherty Spring Break Camp & Conference Day Workshops Austin Ages 5-12 in classes grouped by small age ranges – $207/week Dougherty Art Center
Austin Tennis Academy Spring Break CampAustin Austin Ages 5 & up in classes grouped by small age ranges – contact Austin Tennis Academy for prices Austin Tennis Academy
Badgerdog Austin 4th through 12th grade; 3/11 through 3/13; $65/day Badgerdog Young Writers Camp
Mad Science Austin Various camps for kids ages 6 through 12; Fees range from $140 to $260/wk Mad Science Spring Break Camp
Platinum Gymnastics Round Rock 5 and up; Fees range from $35/day for half-day camp to $250/wk for five days of full-day camp Platinum Gymnastics Spring Break Camp



2 Comments on 2014 Austin Area Spring Break Camps

  1. Are there any options available out there for toddler aged (3 1/2 yr olds)? My son’s Montessori is closed for the same week, and I’m hoping to find some kind of programs or activities since I cannot take the full week off work.

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