Spring Break Camps 2019 - Palm Beach Moms

Happy Campers – Happy Spring Break!

We rounded up some of our favorite Spring Break Camps.  From a special camp for kids who have experienced loss, to sports, arts, snorkeling and more…  there is something for everyone!  This list is updated often so check back if you don’t see the perfect fit.  If you would like to see another camp included please email us [email protected].


Good Grief Camp  is a special camp for children who have lost someone.  It is free and they will help with arrangements.  Please spread the word if you know anyone this would be a good fit for.SPRING BREAK CAMP GRADES K-5

Breakout Sports Academy Camp March 18-22, 2019
Agility and strength exercises.  Tons of active sports each day including field hockey, soccer, flag football, basketball, kickball, and more!
Camp Hours: 8:30 am – 5:00 pm (early drop off or late pick up available)
Location: Bright Futures Academy Address: 10350 Riverside Dr., Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410
NO REGISTRATION FEE! Weekly Price: $165/wk Daily Drop in Price: $50/day
Free camp T-shirt with a week paid registration! Please pack a sack lunch and water bottle daily. Snack provided.
TO REGISTER CONTACT: Earl Newby 561-568-0668 or [email protected]

Spring Break Zoo Camp
GO WILD at Spring Break Zoo Camp! Campers will experience up-close animal encounters,  zoo keeping activities, animal habitat visits, behind-the-scenes tours, games, crafts, science experiments, carousel rides, and enriching conservation education activities.
6-Day Camp: March 18-22, 25  9:00AM-4:00PM  Ages:  5-10 years
$275 Members  $305 Non-members  Before Care: 8:15AM-9:00AM  $20 After Care: 4:00PM-5:30PM     $50
Before/After Care Pkg:  $65  Lunch (optional) $54/per weekFor more information please call 561-533-0887 ext. 229

City of Palm Beach Gardens Spring Break Camps  561.630.1100  Register online at www.pbgrec.com/login or in person at  Burns Road Community Center, 4404 Burns Road, Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410

Sign up by the day and enjoy fun times with friends while participating in on-campus activities and occasional field trips. Pack lunch, drinks and snacks. Please arrive by 8:45am. Spaces are limited, so register early.
AGE: K-8th grade (*Must have met age requirements for Palm Beach County Public Schools, ages 5-13 as of 9/1/2018)
DATES: Monday-Friday, March 18-22; Monday, March 25; Friday, April 19
TIME: 7:30am-6:00pm
LOCATION: Burns Road Community Center, 4404 Burns Road, Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410

School is out and recess is in session! Your child will have a blast in these fun and instructional camps where a variety of sports will be taught and played. Register by the day.
AGE: 2nd-8th grade (Must have met age requirements for Palm Beach County Public Schools, ages 7-13 as of 9/1/18.)
DATES: Monday-Friday, March 18-22
TIME: 7:30am-6:00pm
LOCATION: Burns Road Community Center, 4404 Burns Road, Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410

Designed for soccer players ages 5 to 14, these camps include several aspects of technical development such as passing, dribbling and shooting, and provides every player with a positive coaching experience. Tactical games are played each day, with small-sided world-cup tournaments and full-sided games to improve game decisions and conditioning. Players must bring cleats, sneakers, shin guards, water, lunch, and snacks. Campers train outdoors until noon at Lilac Park then walk to the community center for lunch and futsal training in the afternoon. Organized activities run 9am-4pm. Drop-off in the mornings is at Lilac Park and pick up in the afternoons is at Burns Road Community Center. Register by the day.
AGE: 5-14
DATES: Monday-Friday, March 18-22
TIME: 7:30am-6:00pm
LOCATION: Lilac Park, 4175 Lilac Street, Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410 /Burns Road Community Center,4404 Burns Road, Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410

Vacation from school doesn’t have to mean a vacation from tennis! These spring-break camps are a great way to enjoy staying fit and playing tennis. The USTA 10 & Under principles will be taught by certified tennis professionals. Drinks and snacks are provided in the Tennis & Fitness camp, which includes a half-day of instruction, games and drills. Sign up for the week.
Little Pros AGE: 4-6
DATES: Monday-Friday, March 18-22
TIME: 9:00-10:30am
LOCATION: Palm Beach Gardens Tennis Center, 5110 117th Court North, Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33418

Tennis & Fitness:
AGE: 7-17
DATES: Monday-Friday, March 18-22
TIME: 9:00am-Noon
LOCATION: Palm Beach Gardens Tennis Center, 5110 117th Court North, Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33418

Juniors will work on all aspects of putting, chipping, pitching, and full swing with some on-course team play. Please pack a snack and lunch each day; microwave and refrigerator are available. Clubs are available upon advance request free of charge! There is also overnight storage for your clubs, if needed.
AGE: 4-17
DATES: Monday-Friday, March 18-22
TIME: 9:00am-2:00pm (early care from 7:30-9am is $20 and after care from 2-3pm is $15; please register in advance.)
LOCATION: Sandhill Crane Golf Club, 11401 Northlake Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33412
PBG RESIDENT/NON-RESIDENT FEE: $65/$77 per day; $250/$300 per week

This award-winning program allows each participant a hands-on experience helping local non-profit agencies with community service projects. Services could range from beach clean-ups and landscaping beautification to helping at a food bank or an animal shelter. Pack a lunch, snack and beverages daily. Participants should bring sunscreen and a hat, as many projects will be outdoors. Each day they will earn at least 6 hours of community service. Court-ordered community service is not eligible for this program. Daily trips depart at 8:30am and return by 4:30pm. Sign up for the week. Spaces are very limited, so sign up early.
AGE: 14-17
DATES: Monday-Friday, March 18-22
TIME: 7:30am-6:00pm
LOCATION: Meet at Burns Road Community Center, 4404 Burns Road, Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410

 Kids Need More Art in Jupiter for young artists ages 5-12.  9am-4pm or extended care 830am-5pm.
Details here.


Triumph Kids in Palm Beach Gardens offers a fun safe environment and have professionals trailed to make children with special needs and all kids feel at home.  Camp hours are 9-4.  Details here.


Rhythm and Hues.  Come over to the land of Happiness & Rainbows us for your days off school.
Crafts, Snacks, Painting, Music, Games and More!
Ages 4-12 $70 9-3pm  Details here then go to calendar.


Armory Art Center in West Palm Beach offers Holiday Workshops for ages 6-11.  If you haven’t been here please go swoon over their fabulous building, amazing local artisans, and the adult classes are super too!  Camp hours are 9-3.  Details here.

South Florida Science Center offers fun and learning for young scientists aged 4-14. Locations in Jupiter and West Palm Beach.  Details here.

Dive In Adventure Camp. Kids enjoy collecting marine life, snorkeling, kayaking, paddleboarding, cast-net, manatee spotting and much m
ore.  Ages 4-12, younger children be able to swim and be comfortable in the water and ages older are eligible to be a junior camp counselor for volunteer hours.  Forms can be found on their website  www.diveinsnorkeling.com and for any additional questions please call Camp Director Terry Kimball at (561) 319-1421 


My Gym Jupiter: March 18th to 22nd Sessions 9-12 or 1-4  Extra hour 12-4 w/pizza
WHO: Perfect for children ages 3 to 10 years (potty-trained, please).
COST: Members $40per session. Sibling Discounts Available.

Your child can come for one day, two days or the whole week… read below
March 18 – Nature – Explore various ecosystems from your backyard to the ocean and see how our actions play a role in their growth or demise with fun experiments. Explore the animals and plants that make up these systems and understand the energy given by the sun by cooking solar nachos.
March 19 – The Organ Trail -Investigate the human body from head to toe. We will make our own lungs, create a human like a Mad Scientist and learn all the various systems from nervous to digestive in our body.
March 20 – Cell City – Do you know that every living thing is made up of cells? First we’ll design our own cities. Then we will learn how each part of the cell plays a role as we create our own cell model. Then we will study specialized cells from animals to plants.
March 21 – Earth Awareness – How are we hurting Mother Earth? Discover how science will help us protect our planet. Children will understand the basics of water pollution, acid rain, and the benefits of solar energy, By actively recycling their own garbage, they will make their very own paper to take home and actually use!
March 22 – Birds & Beasts – Study Biology as you become an ornithologist and discover the unique characteristics of birds. Investigate feathers to see how birds fly. Dissect owl pellets to find out what they eat. Make your own seed mixture to attract your favorite species of birds to your own yard.
***Discount if registering for all 5 days Use coupon code: Spring19 at checkout to receive $55 off  ($270 for week=$54 a day)
Children must be currently in grades K-5th    561-747-3033

STEM Studio Jupiter Camps

March 18th – 22nd (Ages 4-12) “Scientists Assemble!”
Superheroes may be a thing of fiction, but many of their powers are based on real-life science! Join our ranks as we explore how DNA can be mutated like The Hulk, how physics helps Spider-Man swing through the streets and just how cold Superman’s ice breath can be.

March 25th (Ages 5-9) One Day Camp “Chemical Concoctions”
Practice your mad scientist laugh as we mix, blend, measure, and experiment with some of the craziest chemicals in the universe! CAUTION: Explosions likely.

April 19th (Ages 7-12) One Day Camp – “RoboTown”
Holy hardware, robots have taken over! Take back control of these menacing machines by learning the basics of circuits and robotics and restore peace at the STEM Studio.

We hope you enjoy the time off from school.  Happy Holidays!