Winter camps for kids are typically held during the school holiday period in late December. Most school-age children don't have school for 2-3 weeks that spans Christmas and New Years Day. Winter camps are a chance for kids to do get out of the house and learn something new, or have fun with outdoor activities, cooking or seasonal crafts.
There are a variety of options for winter break camps from daily drop-ins to full weeks. There usually isn't camp on Christmas and New Years Day. You may even find some overnight camps that are a week long or held over a weekend. Find the best camp length that fits your family's schedule and needs.
There are so many types of winter camps available nowadays. Take advantage of all the amazing options that make sense for your child! Winter camps provide the opportunity for children to explore a new extracurricular or discover new interests for learning enrichment with coding, dance, martial arts and baseball, to name just a few.
The youngest age that most camps offer enrollment is generally pre-school (age 4+) with the requirement that your child is potty trained. All camps are different, so be sure to keep an eye out for the age ranges during your search.
Prices will depend on the type of experience or number of days.
Select a camp that offers the opportunity for your child to learn and develop new skills while participating in activities that supplement their existing skill set. Having fun is another key ingredient to a successful camp experience. If you're able, enroll in a camp that supports your child's favorite hobby.