Still have summer childcare holes? We’ve got you! Check out our list of 8 new camps that still have space available.
Looking for a fun and creative summer activity for your kids? Mr. David’s School of Film offers engaging summer camps for ages 5-14. Each day is a mix of challenges to spark imagination and outdoor time. Led by Mr. David, your kids will work on stop motion, LEGO animation, and movie making projects. With flexible scheduling and a social learning environment, sign up now to help your kids learn new skills and make new friends.
Voted Best Arts Camp in 2022, Tucker Arts Camp travels the world! Over eight weeks, children in preschool through fifth grade explore the art of storytelling through music, visual arts and diverse world cultures. The beautiful campus in SE Portland offers a large organic garden, tree house theater, goats, and gym. There is plenty of space for inspiration from the natural world and fun in the summer sun. Air conditioned studios; 8:30-2:30 + aftercare available.
Mine the intersections of science, engineering, technology, the arts, and mathematics in the Saturday Academy’s fun, community-centered, opportunities for hands-on creation. These programs highlight career pathways in a diverse array of sectors to empower emerging minds to leverage skills developed in a warm and supportive setting taught by practitioners for an inspired and informed future.
The Sellwood Community House is welcoming a whole summer of talent shows, camp skits, pool days, arts and crafts, sports and games, cooking, building, making, exploring and creating with friends. Sellwood Community House summer camp is 9 timeless weeks of fun, with a different theme each week. From dance parties to the county fair, mad science to the circus, campers will leave each day tired out and filled to the brim with memories that will last a lifetime.
Camps and classes for every age and level of experience! Taught by US Sailing certified instructors at Portland’s center for small boat sailing just five minutes south of downtown, Willamette Sailing Club provides the opportunity to get out on the river and enjoy family fun in a safe and scenic environment.
Northwest Children’s Theater’s Explore Camps are perfect for kids with big imaginations! Join the Secret Agent Squad, become a Royal Rebel, catch The Candyland Caper, and more! These half-day camps include adventures, imaginative world-building, and role-playing. Combine a morning and afternoon camp to make it a full day!
OES offers fun, inquiry-based programs for ages 4-17—with spots still open in all age groups! Kayaking Overnight Camp for middle and high schoolers, Natural Dyeing & Fashion, Soccer, Volleyball, Day Hiking, and more. Flexible tuition and multiple-session discounts are available.
Students will work with BODYVOX teachers to expand their imagination and move their body. Each day will consist of virtual art class and a variety of movement and dance classes.
June 19-23 and/or June 26-30
9:00am – 2:30 pm
Pricing: $350/week for ages 6 – 10; $250/week for ages 4 – 5
Every day after camp 2:30 pm – 4:30 pm for ages 6 – 10: $150