Sometimes you just have to get your kids out of the house. When they are off of school, finding fun activities can be tough. That's where summer camps come in!
Around Baton Rouge, there are probably several special-interest camps to keep your kiddos entertained. Just to make things a little easier, we rounded up a handful of fun and unique options for you.
Kidcam Summer Camps
With five locations across Baton Rouge, there are several flexible options to register your child for camp this summer. They will experience everything from educational activities, to outdoor fun, field trips and more. Four out of the five locations are open to ages 5-13, while the Our Lady of Mercy location is open to ages 3-13. The camp runs now until August 2, 2019.
Kid-Possible Summer Camp
Kid-Possible has a mission that campers will experience a balanced schedule of science, art and physical activities. Many educational, exciting and fresh field trips are planned, as well. Sessions are one-week long and are scheduled for the remainder of June and July. Grades K through 7 are welcome.
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Piano Pathways Summer Camp
Bring a little music into your household with the Piano Pathways Summer Camp. This camp introduces music to your little camper. It focuses on solo and ensemble playing skills, as well as music reading. Three-day long “mini camps” and week-long “beginner camps” are offered. Check out the website for camp dates and age ranges.
St. Theresa Summer Warrior Camp
The St. Theresa Summer Warrior Camps includes many field trips and on-campus activities. Activities center around religion, art, music, outdoor fun and more. Campers entering Pre-K through entering 8th grade are encouraged to join the summer camp. It’s held from May 28 through July 12. Before care and after care are offered, as well.
David Vincent's Martial Arts & Fitness Camps
Kick your child’s camp experience up a notch. These Martial Arts Day Camps are designed to improve basic speaking and listening skills for kids ages 5-11 with Martial Arts related activities. There are three camp options left during this summer. They run June 24-28, July 8-13 and July 22-26.
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LSU Baseball Camp
This camp may be a home run for young baseball fans. It focuses on teaching the specific fundamentals of baseball, such as hitting, pitching and fielding. Also, campers get the bonus of being taught by some of the best collegiate and high school coaches and players in the area. It’s held July 1 – August 1 for grades K-8th.
This may be perfect for your little LSU fan! Sadly, it’s all booked up this summer. However, keep this camp in mind when you’re thinking of sending your little tiger off to camp in 2020.
LSU University Recreation holds 10 different 1 week sessions for ages 6-12. The week-long sessions usually begin at the end of May and run until the end of July or beginning of August. Each session focuses on fun-filled activities to build character and confidence. Included in the registration price are lunch, snacks and a t-shirt.
Some of these camps may be booked up already, so I definitely recommend calling the locations, just to verify. However, if the camps have the availability, these look like a lot of fun. If we missed your kid's favorite camp, let us know!