Spring Break Camps in Sacramento and Beyond
March 15, 2018

Spring Break Camps in Sacramento and Beyond

Spring Break is just a few weeks away, so now is the time to start thinking about how to keep your kiddos busy during their time off. While kids love the idea of no school for a whole week (or two!), many Sacramento parents are looking for ways to keep their kids busy during Spring Break. Well, look no further… we’ve put together our list of the top 10 Spring Break camps Sacramento and beyond:

Recreational Spring Break Camp at Southgate Recreation and Park District, Sacramento

Recreational Camp:

The Southgate Recreation & Park District‘s Fun Factory offers a fun and exciting Spring Break Camp for kids. The program takes place at Fletcher Farm Community Center in Sacramento. Staff provide a nutritious morning and afternoon snack, and lead kids in arts and crafts activities and group games. Participants will engage in a variety of science, reading, physical education, drama and theater activities. Two sessions are available: March 26-30 and April 2-6.  Camp sessions are held daily between 7am and 6pm. To learn more, visit their youth program website.

Performing Arts Camp:

Sacramento Theater Company offers two Spring camps perfect for kids who are interested in performing arts. The program offer kids a fun, supportive and encouraging environment. Camps are suitable for students in grades 1 through 8. Classes run Mon-Fri, 9 am to 5 pm (extended hours available). Performing artists guide students through a diverse curriculum that promotes creative expression. Camps include acting, dancing, and singing, with additional classes in scenic arts, improvisation, stage combat, costuming, and more! Each session ends with the students’ presentation of their original work for family and friends. The first session will run March 26-30, the second session runs April 2-6. Camp is held at 803 Vallejo Way in Sacramento. To learn more about this fabulous camp, visit the program webpage.

Spring Break Camp at Sacrament State Aquatic Center, Gold River

Aquatic Sports Camp:

The Sacramento State Aquatic Center offers a fun and unique Spring Break camp for kids age 7-17. The four-day program is held Mon-Thur, March 26-29. The camp offers children the opportunity to learn sailing, windsurfing, canoeing and kayaking. This impressive aquatic center is located at Lake Natoma, off Highway 50 in Gold River. The Aquatic Center is recognized as a model for safe boating and is a boating safety center for the California State Parks Division of Boating and Waterways. To learn more about this amazing camp opportunity, visit their website.

Spring Break Music Camp at NewSongs School of Music, Elk Grove

Music Camp:

NewSongs School of Music offers a Spring Break camp to to inspire the younger generation to cultivate their creativity through music. The program promotes creative freedom to help youngsters make music in a fun, supportive environment. The program takes place at NewSongs in Elk Grove between Mar 26 and Apr 1. For more information, visit their Facebook page or website.

Spring Break Horseback Riding Camp at Stewart Stables, Galt

Horseback Riding Camp:

Stewart Stables horseback riding camp is perfect for animal-loving youngsters age 9+. Your child will learn basic horse care, riding techniques, play horseback games, experience basic farm animal care and learn about tack and riding equipment. The last day of camp is celebrated with a special camp BBQ or pizza party. The camps are offered in two sessions, March 19-23 and March 26-30 from 10am-2pm daily. The camp takes place at Stewart Stables in Galt (just south of Elk Grove). To learn more about this wonderful program, visit their camp webpage.

Spring Break Filmmaking Camp at Blue Line Arts, Roseville

Filmmaking Camp:

Blue Line Arts is offering a one-of-a-kind Spring Break camp experience. This unique program lets kids age 13+ learn the art of filming and directing. The program is held Wed-Fri, Mar 28-30 from 10 am to 3 pm. Students will work in small groups to create a cinematic masterpiece, which will be premiered for all to see at the end of the program. The program takes place at Blue Line Arts in Roseville. To learn more, visit the program website.

Spring Break Survivor Camp at Powerhouse Science Center, Sacramento

Survivor Camp:

Survivor Spring Break Camp is an adventurous program that lets kids activate primal survival skills while having a great time. They’ll then use these skills to make it through thrilling challenges. Students are taught to map their surroundings and to  stay clear of hazards. They also learn to track their location, build shelter and  find food and water. The camp is suitable for children ages 4 and up. This exciting camp takes place  March 24-31, 12-4 pm daily at Powerhouse Science Center in Sacramento. To learn more, visit the camp webpage.

Spring Break Pottery Camp at Color Me Mine, Rocklin

Pottery Camp:

Color Me Mine in Rocklin invites your children to join them for a week of quality creative time at their studio. They’re offering a special Spring Break camps Mon-Thur, March 26-29. Students will take part in painting, treats, games and more. Kids can attend the entire session, or book individual days. Crafts will include painting spring plates, fingerprint mugs, and pretzel plates. Daily sessions run from 10am to 12 pm at the Color Me Mine location in Rocklin. To learn more, visit their camp webpage.

Taekwondo Camp:

The Robinson’s Taekwondo location at Arden Town & Country is offering a fun yet challenging Spring Break Camp from March 26-29, 9 am to 3 pm daily. The program aims to have a positive impact on students, allowing them to build social skills and confidence. The camp will teach skills that translate into solutions for real-life situations. These skills help kids deal with  bullying, teach self-defense and help with deescalation tactics. To learn more about this incredible camp, visit their Facebook page or website.

Spring Break CampsSpring Break Art Camp at Verge Center for the Arts, Sacramento

Art Camp:

The Verge Center for the Arts in downtown Sacramento welcomes young contemporary artists to learn new crafts during their Spring Break camps. Students age 8+ will learn a variety of mediums and will make their our own creations. Instruction will include collage, mixed media, illustration and geometric painting. This full-week camp run from March 26-30, 10 am to 3 pm daily. To learn more about this fantastic visual arts camp, visit the program website.

Spring Break Camps in Sacramento

Spring Break Camps are an excellent way to keep your kids busy during their time off. With Spring Break right around the corner, make sure you book your child’s camp experience soon.

Looking for other things do in the Sacramento area? Check out our comprehensive listing of things to do in Sacramento , Our Events for Kids in Sacramento area or our things to do blog category.

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Michele is a freelance writer based in Sacramento county. She lives in Elk Grove with her husband, two children and four cats. Michele is proud of her role as a working mother and maintains a full-time career. Writing is one of Michele’s passions and she aims to share her unique perspective on parenting through the written word.

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