Camps: Openings & Updates

Summer camps are happening! Be confident in your children’s health and well-being at these responsibly open or virtual camps. This list contains some of the best that Portland has to offer families for safe summer fun.

Jordan Kent’s Just Kids Skill Camps

Jordan Kent’s Just Kids Skill Camps are exciting and engaging youth multi sport camps created by University of Oregon Hall of Famer Jordan Kent! Campers will choose between Basketball, Football, or Soccer, and will also receive agility training, daily life skills, nutrition education, and the chance to participate in a variety of fun and exciting games and contests! Campers are sure to leave camp happy and tired! Jordan Kent’s Just Kids Skill Camps will be up to date with the latest government health standards, and families can apply for various types of financial aid on their website.

Dates: June 15–August 13
Ages: 6–12
Locations: Locations subject to change based upon district/county regulations. Beaverton/Bethany – Findley Elementary (June 29–July 2); Hillsboro – 53rd Avenue Community Park (June 22–25 and July 27–30); Lake Oswego – Westlake Park (June 15–18 and July 27–30); North Portland – Laurelhurst School (July 6–9); SW Portland – West Hills Christian School (June 22–25 and August 3–6); Tigard – Alberta Rider Elementary (July 20–23); Tualatin – Horizon Christian HS (July 6–9); West Linn – Rosemont Ridge MS (July 6–9); Wilsonville – Wood Middle School (June 15–18)
Cost: $115.95–$185.95

Forge Parkour Camps

Forge Parkour is offering weekly camps with themes such as Nerf, Battle Royal, Ninja Warrior, Secret Agent and more. Drop your kids off from 9 am to 3 pm for games, open gym time, Parkour lessons, and the weekly theme and challenges. Your kids will enjoy a week of burning energy, boosting their confidence, and learning new skills all in a fun and safe environment.

Dates: weekly from June 15–August 10
Ages: 7–16
Location: 311 SE 97th Ave, Portland, OR 97216
Cost: $400/week for public and $350/week for members


Their award-winning sports camps thrive on a community spirit and creativity. Their go-to sports are soccer, basketball, kickball, dodgeball, tennis, ultimate, olympic-style events and more. The focus is on the healthy qualities of exercise, collaboration, communication, problem-solving, and fun over competition. But it’s the coaches who make the difference! Coach Blake is everyone’s favorite, and over half of their coaches attended the camp as campers when they were younger.

Dates: June 15–September 4
Ages: 5–13
Locations: Clinton Park, Rose City Park, Westmoreland Park, Fernhill Park, Holy Family School
Cost: $285/week

Tucker Arts Camp

Tucker Arts Camp is on! Creativity stARTS here, but this camp is focused on safety first. Camp will adhere to all State Guidelines for health and hygiene, including temperature checks, handwashing, sanitizing surfaces, and physical distancing from other groups with a maximum of 10-campers per group. Each stable group will have its own dedicated entrance, exit, sink, and bathroom. Kids will have plenty of time to play outside, in the treehouse and with the goats. Check out their 2020 Health Guidelines, 8 weekly cultural themes, FAQs, and beautiful campus in SE Portland at Every Child is an Artist: Sign up today!

Dates: June 22–August 14 (weekly sessions)
Ages: ages 3 (potty-trained) to 5th grade
Location: 2860 SE Holgate Blvd
Cost: Preschool: $319 / K-5th: $349

Believe Camps

Believe Camps offer pure gymnastics fun in their air conditioned facility; each week of camp includes 15 clinics and classes, including gymnastics (bars, vaulting, balance), NinjaZone, obstacle course, trampoline, tumbling and speed skills. Campers learn and perfect basic skills as they progress through the week so that by the end of the week the campers have their own proficiency level. Full-day camps are 7 hours long, and typically have 3 training clinics per day, with lots of time sandwiched in for fun activities. Half-day camps are 3.5 hours in the morning session only.

Dates: June 15–August 14
Ages: recommended ages 5–12
Location: Airport Business Center, 7028 NE 79th Court, Portland, OR 97218
Cost: Full Day $290/week, Half Day $190/week, Members get 10% discount

Anthony Newman Sports Camps

Virtual sports camps with Anthony Newman Sports Camps are where the kids head to the computer, touch pad or iPhone instead of the gym or field. At ANSC they are opening up their doors to connect with your kids from the comfort of your own homes. With many of their virtual camps, you can mix and match activities to tailor the experience to your child’s interests. They’re offering basketball, soccer, dance and physical fitness for grades 1–8. Their coaches are top notch certified trainers and sports athletes. Log onto their website for full schedule.

Dates: begins mid-June
Ages: 6–14
Location: Sports Camps Live Via Zoom
Cost: $12 per Session/Purchase 5 sessions = 15% Discount

International Leadership Academy

Weekly Camps (8 weeks of fun), including Baking, Adventure, Science, Yoga, Adrenaline, Arts, Music, Puppets, and Hikes, with large forest area to explore. Hours are 9 am-3 pm, with the school opening at 7:30 am, free. They will be following all OHA guidelines to ensure that campers and instructors remain safe. All camps will be restricted to stable groups of 10 campers or less. Temperatures will be checked during drop off. All classrooms and bathroom facilities will be thoroughly cleaned and sanitized before and between uses. All camp equipment will be cleaned and sanitized before and after each use.

Dates: June 29–August 23
Ages: 3–12
Location: 14788 Boones Ferry Road, Lake Oswego, OR 97035
Cost: $280/week; weekly after care – pick up by 4:30 pm + $40; weekly after care – pick up by 6 pm + $80
The Re.Imaginaries Creative Play Adventures & Play.Writes of Passage

Let’s Re.Imagine the world together through theatre, storytelling, and play! They’ll guide your kiddos on the journey of a lifetime as they celebrate their individual gifts and the magic of collaboration. For over 20 years, The Re.Imaginaries theatre camps have been empowering young people to bring their creativity to life through character development, playwriting, hands-on-making, and original productions. Their at-home curriculum minimizes screen time and maximizes creative play, keeping your kids engaged all summer long! Curated adventure kits are delivered to your door and teachers will “beam in” from fantastical worlds. Just Imagine! Visit their website for scheduling options.

Dates: June 15–August 14
Ages: 5–14
Location: Your living room, and wherever your imagination can take you!
Cost: Varies by Camp (tiered pricing options available)

Online Harry Potter Acting Camp

School is in at the MPA school of witchcraft and wizardry. Campers will get sorted and explore the magical world of acting inspired by J.K. Rowling’s hit book series “Harry Potter”. Camp includes large group acting lessons, daily task challenges, crafts and break out sessions among houses to create scenes for a virtual performance recorded during camp and streamed live over the weekend.

Dates: June 29–July 3, August 3–7 (Magical Creatures theme), August 10–14 (Magical Creatures theme)
Ages: 9–14, 12–16, 7–12
Location: Online via Zoom
Cost: $95

Oregon International Ballet Academy

As an institution dedicated to wellness, OIBA will continue to prioritize the health and safety of our community by moving their summer intensive to an online format. They’ve put a lot of thought into building a joyful and engaging summer curriculum that we know you’ll love! They’ll lead courses through Zoom with supplemental materials. Offerings include a 4 week / half day program for most levels, and a 12 class package for Adult and Pre-Ballet students. OIBA will offer each group a beautifully produced video at the end of the session so you can cherish these memories for a lifetime.

Dates: June 22–August 1
Ages: 3–adult
Location: Online
Cost: Early Bird registration from $192

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