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From day camps to overnight camps, in OKC and beyond, our handy guide has the best summer camps for every age and interest.

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  • Every summer for more than 80 years, the Metropolitan Library System has offered a Summer Reading Program to keep kids and their families reading all summer long. Because reading is a fundamental skill and a gateway to success in life,…

  • Ages 4 through 6th grade can enjoy basketball, cheerleading, soccer or Team 45 (fundamentals of motion, rhythm and balance development for 4-5 year olds), all while experiencing God’s love! June 6-10, $85

  • Oklahoma Awesome Adventures Junior Elephant Ambassador Summer Camp is a one-of-a-kind experience that includes a one week overnight camp (5 days & 4 nights) located in Hugo, OK, close to Hugo Lake and right next door to the Endangered Ark…

  • OKC Parks offers week-long and multi-week day camps for ages 6 & up in performing arts, outdoor adventure, visual arts, cooking and more. Camps are offered May through August at various locations across the Oklahoma City metro area. Sign up…

  • Keep your children engaged with Oklahoma Contemporary’s weeklong camps for ages 5-12. From drawing and painting to music and ceramics, experienced art educators will ignite creativity in your kids. All classes are held in-person. Explore the variety of camp options…

  • The Oklahoma Hall of Fame tells Oklahoma's story through its people. As the official museum of free family fun, they look forward to seeing you at the museum and engaging in their interactive cultural programming such as Family Fun days,…

  • Provide educational enrichment, field trips and meals Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.  One-time $60 registration fee required. Drop-ins and aftercare available. Call for more information or visit the website www.okylpOKC.org to register. Mailing address is P.O.…

  • With one-time events, week-long series and recurring programs, Pioneer libraries have something for everyone, including activities in STEAM, health, literacy and more! Registration requires an active library card number but there is no cost to register. A Summer Learning Challenge…

  • Saddle up for fun! Rancho Verde’s summer camps are perfect for beginners and seasoned riders. With tailored horseback riding lessons, kids ages 5 & up can learn about horsemanship and horse care, plus take part in horse-themed art projects, fun…

  • Kids in pre-K-6th grade can explore STEAM all summer long with the educators at Science Museum Oklahoma. Camps will be jam-packed with science fun in a safe, small-group instruction environment. Themes vary each week and camps never repeat a day,…

  • Does your kid love horses and other farm animals? Choose from a variety of camps offered at each location. Activities include horseback riding, Farm Camp, roping/rodeo and more. Before/after care available upon request. Find more details on Facebook: @SilverWindStables, @The…

  • Enjoy day skate sessions 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Wednesday-Friday from May-Aug. 5. Family Nights are held on Wednesdays, 6-8:30 p.m.; Thursdays, 7-10 p.m.; and Sundays, 6-8 p.m. $6 per skater (includes basic skate rental) for day skate and Family Nights. Purchase…

  • Ages 4-15 enjoy soccer drills, games and scrimmaging against other campers, all led by trained instructors. Multiple weekly camps offered throughout the summer with half and full-day options available. The year-round Lil Kickers program for ages 18 months to 9 years…

  • Spontaneity Kid Care is a membership-based, drop-in, pay-by-the-hour child care center located in NW OKC! Their mission is to relieve the stress of finding a sitter by providing exceptional child care when you need it most. Whether you are dropping…

  • As the saying goes, St. Crispin's is a thin place. A special place, where the distance between heaven and earth gets just a bit smaller. At St. Crispin's we ground ourselves in our Rule of Life, which teaches us how…

  • dyslexia, autism, ADHD, and other learning disabilities

    Founded in 1961, Trinity has evolved over the last decade to educate children with learning differences such as autism, ADHD, dyslexia, dysgraphia, and dyscalculia. Trinity also serves students with auditory and sensory processing issues, anxiety, and developmental or intellectual delays.…

  • Weekly Monday through Thursday cheer and tumbling camps for ages 5 & up. Campers learn from expert teachers.

  • At Velocity Dance Center, they teach ten types of dance styles. No matter your child's age or the kind of dance, every student receives the same level of attention and the chance to shine. They work hard to make sure…

  • Kids will discover not just the wonders of day camp but the joy of exploring their unique traits, talents and interests and the power of sharing their strengths and skills to benefit a group. That’s why 2,600 kids in the…

  • AR Workshop provides creative and crafty Summer ARt Camps.  Their camps are designed for girls and boys, ages 7-14.  2021 Family Favorites Winner - Day Camps, Arts