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From day camps to overnight camps, in Oklahoma City and beyond, our handy guide has something for every age and interest.

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  • Full-time care for infants through age 12 as well as short-term dropin options. Summer programs for school age children include field trips, educational tours, art classes, crafting and more. $150/week for 24-hour care. Locations: Acorn Children's Center: 3601 NW 51st,…

  • Enjoy special Zoo Day events, owl pellet dissections, Adult Forensics Nights, Jr. Forensic classes, and homeschool programming plus free scavenger hunts & prizes! Discounted group rates available. Classes and events offered weekly. Registration can be completed online at their website.…

  • St. Crispin has canceled all camp sessions for the 2020 summer.  St. Crispin's is an inclusive camp where they strive to meet the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of all. Campers take part in games, arts & crafts, archery, kayaking,…

  • Aqua-Tots offers Fast Track swim lessons designed to jump start student swim skills and are perfect for new swimmers and returning students who wish to brush up on swim skills. Their year round swim education programs offer eight levels, starting…

  • Features a day camp for ages 5-13 and overnight camp for ages 11 - 17 years old to unplug and engage in outdoor education, build self-worth, confidence and interpersonal communication skills. Activities include zip line, gaga ball, archery, slingshots, rock…

  • Campers ages 6 to 11 will explore Oklahoma history through games, crafts and activities. Before/after care available. Stay tuned for announcement about date and other details on their website or to learn more email mgregg@harnhomestead.com.

  • Mondays @ Metro are one-day gymnastics camps for boys and girls ages 4 and up featuring fun and exciting weekly themes and games. Campers play games, exercise, enjoy a craft and burn energy with gymnastics. Ages 5 and up can…

  • Every Thursday from Memorial Day to Labor Day, families can enjoy a story and craft with free admission. Story time begins at 10:30 a.m. and is followed by a craft and summer activities to enjoy together.

  • Oklahoma Swim Academy teaches all ages a love of safe swimming, offering Parent-Tot classes (4 months-24 months), Survival Swim Lessons, Swim-Float-Swim, Stroke Development and Adaptive Aquatics programs. Scholarships available. $60-$400/month

  • Rose State offers a variety of summer camp opportunities to build your child’s imagination, creativity and knowledge. Kids College is designed for children going into grades 1st–6th. The Teen Scene program is geared specifically for preteens and teens going into…

  • Enjoy day skate sessions 11 a.m.-2 p.m. on Wednesday through Friday from June 5 to Aug. 9. $6 per skater (includes basic skate rental). Family Nights are held on Thursdays, 7-10 p.m. $6 per skater (includes basic skate rental). Purchase…

  • Summer camps for ages 3 to 12 with themes like Frozen 2, Kidz Bop & Broadway Bound. Dance classes also offered for ages 2 through 18 in jazz, ballet and more. Scholarships available. June 8-July 22; Prices start at $110

  • June 3-Aug. 9 Clay HandBuilding Workshops offer a variety of projects including Father's Day gifts, coil pots, wind chimes and more. The clay pieces will be completed during the two-hour workshops and camper can return any time to paint the…