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Houston, San Antonio, Fort Worth, Arlington, Austi, Texas, United States

Get set for a thrill-filled summer! Our age-specific, kid-approved camps add up to a season of discovery and fun for preschool to school-age children. This year, our 12 weeks of camps fall into six great themes: Mighty Bodies, Bendy Brains; Awesome Art; Gravity Galore and More; The Wondrous World of Food; Wild about Water; and Featured Creatures. We’re in session when your local public schools are on break — and you’ll find our flexible scheduling works for your busy family. See why our summer (and winter and spring) break camps are the place to be when school’s out. Wild About...

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Southlake, Texas, United States

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Southlake, Texas, United States

Former competitive jump roper, Katie Parry, will be teaching week long jump rope camps through the month of July. Katie has been to many different competitions including the Junior Olympics and the National Jump Rope Competition. At camp, she will teach the kids how to do numerous tricks with the jump rope as well as tricks and games involving the double dutch ropes. Each child will be given a jump rope for them to take home and keep. There are three camps : July 14th-18th from 9:00 a.m. - 12 noon July 21st-25th from 9:00 a.m. - 12 noon July...

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Colleyville, Texas, United States

June 2nd - August 22nd - Outdoor Adventure Day Camps on Lake Grapevine where we offer 12 straight weeks of action-packed adventure in the great outdoors!  Ages 4-13 enjoy Archery, Target Shooting, Kayaking, Fishing, Swimming, Geocaching, Orienteering, Nature Walks, Arts & Craft Projects, Volleyball, Football, Baseball, Soccer, Water Sports, and More!  Good old fashioned fun!  Let your kids experience the great outdoors this summer in a fun and safe environment insteads of the same old camps held inside, behind doors, or where they are shuffled off to different locations on buses.  Get them out from behind the televisions and video...

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