Day Camps in the Las Vegas Area
Origin Climbing and Fitness offers lessons in rock climbing and yoga to people of all ages all year round. Their summer camps are ideal for kids between 6 and 13 to learn basic climbing skills and enjoy a variety of other interesting games.
The YMCA offers four state-of-the-art fitness centers in Las Vegas. They also specialize in family activities, sports and recreation programs, preventative health programs, group exercise classes, and much more.
Aimed at imparting education in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics to children aged between 4 and 14, Engineering for Kids organizes various fun, after-school classes, day camps, and kid's parties.
SkyView YMCA has a summer camp program for children from ages 5 - 15 years old. It keeps the kids physically active through activities like sports, pool time, and games. They focus on other activities like crafts, camp songs, and the STEAM Projects.
Established in 1984, the UNLV-affiliated Southern Nevada Writing Project conducts summer writing camps for students in grades 1 to 12. The objective is to let students improve their writing skills by practicing new styles of writing.
Artsy Nannies since 2012 has two Vegas locations, Village & Town Square. We provide families wonderful and professional employee nannies to provide Child Care at our facility, Mommy & Me Workshops, Event Care and Children Camps!
Organized by the Parks & Recreation division of Clark County, summer camps at Helen Meyer Community Center run from June to August. The camps involve painting, drawing, crafts, themed projects, sports, science, and field trips.
Kevin and Renee Kawada run this small, independent martial art school specializing in Shaolin Kung Fu and Wing Chun. One day to week-long day camps are available from May to August each year. All practice and learning happens under close supervision.
BCCA is a Christian school accredited by the Nevada Department of Education founded with the objective of nurturing academic, spiritual, and social growth of each child. The kids participate in art, music, library, chapel, and physical education.
The Learning Linq's summer camps for kids involve exploration time, fun work around a daily theme, academic sessions for arts, science, and sporting activities. The activities are aimed at encouraging critical thinking and building confidence.
Appropriate for kids ages 3 to 13, BounceU's day camps combine artistic creativity with fun and games in a balanced manner. The camps offer many structured activities aimed at overall development of children under expert supervision.
Organized by Studio 305, R.A.G.E. Intensive is a six-week summer camp for pre-professional students older than 7 years. The camp offers lessons in various dance styles including ballet, lyrical, horton, jazz, acro, hip-hop, and musical theater.