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Super Seattle-Area Spring Break Camps for 2021

15 cool camps and classes to entertain active and creative kids

Published on: March 23, 2021

little girl riding a horse at horse camp

If your kids have spring fever, consider sending them to one of these fun spring break camps. They can play laser tag at High Trek, learn circus arts at SANCA, hone art and drama skills, and more. Choose from a selection of virtual camps that make use of what you have on hand around the house, camp-in-a-box options where needed supplies are mailed to your doorstep or in-person opportunities. 

YMCA Camp in a Box (virtual)

Pick up a box of activity supplies at your local Y and let the spring break begin! Interact with camp counselors and other campers twice a day virtually for arts, crafts and STEM activities.

Dates: April 5 –16 

Grades: K–5

Cost: $75 for members, $90 for non-members

High Trek Adventures (Everett)

At this adventure camp, you can choose a one-day or three-day session. Campers will participate in group activities and challenges to sharpen problem-solving and communication skills. All camps include access to the ropes course, mini golf and laser tag.  

Dates: Three-day camps are Monday–Wednesday, starting April 5 and 12. Single-day sessions are April 8, 9, 15, 16.

Ages: 7–13 

Cost: $275 for three-day; single day, $100. Camp vouchers can be purchased for multiple days.

Arena Sports (Issaquah, Magnuson, Mill Creek, SODO, Redmond)

In these half- and full-day camps, coaches will lead participants in a structured curriculum featuring a variety of games and activities. Free early drop-off provided and late pickup can be scheduled for an extra fee.

Dates: April 5–9 a\at Issaquah, Mill Creek and Redmond locations
April 12–16 at SODO and Magnuson locations

Ages: 3–12 

Cost: Various

Schack Art Center (Everett)

Kids can nurture their inner artist at Schack’s half-day camps this spring break. Students will explore pop art, collage and abstract art using a variety of art media. 

Dates: April 5–9 

Ages: 8–12 

Cost: $150 ($140 for members)

School of Acrobatics & New Circus Arts (SANCA) (Seattle)

In these full-day camps, kids ages 6–8 will be introduced to circus arts in the Circus Odyssey Camp. They will tumble, ring pass, balance and participate in group acrobatics. Older campers will enjoy Ringmaster Camp, in which they will walk the tightwire, tumble, try out aerial silks, learn to juggle and more. Both camps end with a skills demo for family members.

Dates: April 12–15 

Ages: 6–12 

Cost: $535

Taproot Theatre (virtual)

Kids in grades 1–3 can be dramatic by playing theater games, creating their own characters using costume and prop elements from around the house, and telling stories. Fourth- through twelfth-graders will stage a full production online, from auditions to performance. Both camps end with a recorded performance to share with friends and family.

Dates: April 12–16 

Grades: 1–12

Cost: 1–3-grade camp, $100; 4–12-grade camp, $200

Pinnacle Explorations Outdoor School (Seattle)

In this full-day camp, participants will do hands-on experiments, design projects and explore the outdoors. They will have so much fun that they will forget they are learning!

Dates: April 13–17 

Ages: 5–12 

Cost: $325

Studio East (Kirkland)

Younger campers (grades K–3) can join the “Paper Bag Players” camp, in which arts and crafts merge with theater arts. Students will write their own play and make props using paper products. Kids in grades 4–8 can join “Trouble in Storyland,” in which campers will rehearse a wacky fairytale script featuring great parts for every actor.

Dates: April 5–9 and 12–16

Ages: K – 8 

Cost: $415

DigiPen (virtual)

Two half-day virtual camps are available during spring break. In “Fine Art Fundamentals,” students will explore a variety of art mediums and learn fundamentals such as color theory, composition, texture and more. In the 2D game development camp, students will learn coding basics, game design principles, audio and visuals, and more.

Dates: April 5–9 

Ages: 11–18

Cost: $799

Bricks 4 Kidz (Olympia)

Do some building at a Bricks 4 Kidz camp this spring break! Choose from half-day camps such as “Galaxy Far Away” and “Movie Mashup” or do both in the all-day version. Camps are in person, and distancing and the wearing of masks will be required.

Dates: April 5–9 

Ages: 6–12

Cost: full-day $350; half-day, $195

Hands On Children’s Museum (Olympia)

Kids can build robots and learn about all kinds of fantastic beasts at these full- and half-day camps. Included in the tuition is access to explore the museum galleries and play time in the Outdoor Discovery Center. Full-day camp offers an additional add-on for before- and after-care.

Dates: April 5–9 

Ages: half day, ages 3–10 (must be able to use the bathroom independently); and ages 6–10 for full day

Cost: half-day camp, $155 (members) or $177 (nonmembers); full-day camp, $355 (members) or $377 (nonmembers); combo care, $80

Wildwood Ranch (Fall City)

Campers will take a break from technology at this full-day, weeklong camp. Rain or shine, students will enjoy the outdoors, cooking over a fire, crafting, riding horses and gardening.

Dates: April 5–9 

Ages: 5–13

Cost: $500

Destination Science Crazy Coaster Carnival Camp (virtual)

Create your own theme park!  Build a motorized crazy coaster, design a carnival spinning Robo-ride, make a bubble blaster, and participate in an air power challenge and catapult game. All supplies are shipped to you, and class runs 9 a.m.–12:30 p.m.

Dates: April 6–8 and April 13–15  

Ages: 5–11

Cost: $280

Travel the World Camp (virtual)

Tired of staying home? Travel may be difficult now, but your student can virtually travel to Mexico, China, Australia and Canada. Learn fun facts about each country, do activities such as learning to make tortillas and writing your name in Chinese characters, and more in these 45-minute daily sessions.

Dates: April 5–9 

Ages: 9–12

Cost: $75

Spring Break Engineering Camp in Minecraft: Craft Machines & Puzzles (virtual)

Enhance your Minecraft experience in this beginner-level class by harnessing the power of Redstone. Create unique contraptions such as a trapdoor for your Minecraft secret base, design a roller coaster and learn how to use clocks to set timing on your machines. 

Dates: April 5–9 

Ages: 10–13

Cost: $95

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