Spring Break Camps for Columbus Kids

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spring break camps for columbus kids

spring break camps for columbus kids

Are you looking for spring break camps for Columbus kids? School holidays can be an obstacle for parents who can’t take the time off work to match school schedules. Central Ohio offers many options to match the interests and budgets of local families. Luckily, we’ve collected a great list of local camps that keep kids busy and happy so parents can work worry-free!

    1. COSI
      Everyone’s favorite science museum has camps for every school holiday, including spring break. Camps are full-day week and include two daily snacks and all supplies. Campers must pack their own lunches. Camp weeks are available for most local school districts’ calendars. Spring break camps this year are all about space! For grades K-5, sessions organized by age group.See website for pricing, schedule, and ages.
    2. Columbus Metro Parks and Rec Center Camps
      Columbus Metro Parks offer a variety of camp programs for spring break. The Cap4Kids website has a list of the parks and links to the various offerings. They also have links for Dublin Rec Center, Worthington Rec Center, and the Jewish Community Center, all of which offer spring break camps for kids! Choose a facility or park near you, and explore your options.See website for pricing, schedule, and ages.
    3. Columbus Zoo School’s Out Camps
      In the past, Columbus Zoo has had spring break camps that include a full day of exploring the zoo and animals, snacks, and a tee-shirt. Campers should bring a lunch and wear close-toed shoes and play clothes. In the past, single day camps were available for grades K-2, and two-day camps for grades 3-5. No full weeks have been available in previous sessions. At publishing time, the spring break camps were not yet listed on the website, so be sure to check the website for exact details about dates, times, and cost.
    4. The King Arts Center
      The King Arts Center offers Spring Break Camps with a Black Arts Movement theme. The week available is the Columbus City Schools spring break week. As of time of publishing, the camp is not yet currently listed in their programming. Use the link to check the website, or call the Arts Center directly. No information available as to ages or cost. 614-645-5464
    5. McConnell Arts Center / Thurber House
      Thurber House is holding a Spring Break Writing and Arts Camp for grades 4-6 at the McConnell Arts Center in Worthington. Campers will create crazy characters, wonderful worlds, and then bring their stories to life with art. Campers need to pack a lunch and bring their creativity, all other tools will be supplied. Camp runs March 22-24 for three days only…so this camp is a perfect choice to combine with a single-day program for Monday and Friday of that week.
    6. OSU Sport Camp
      Does your kid love sports and games? This may be the camp for them. Held at the Rec Center on campus, you can register your child for a single week of spring break for 1-5 days March 28-April 1. Campers must pack their own lunches and wear close-toed shoes and play clothes. Ages 5-12.$31 per day for members, $38 per day for non-members.
    7. SportsOhio Field Sports Camp
      Whether you choose a single day, a week of half-days, or a full week of full-day camp, there’s a ton of fun to be had at this SportsOhio spring break camp! Three weeks are available, which match most school districts’ schedules, and you and your camper can choose which activity themes are interesting, or go for the whole week and experience all of them. Includes snacks, tee-shirt, and merchandise, campers must pack a lunch.$99 for single day, $175 for a half-day week, $310 for a full-day week.


The information above was correct as of the publishing date. Weather and other issues can cause changes, however, so please use the provided link to check websites or contact the venue directly to ensure accuracy before you make your plans.

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