Long gone are the days when Spring Break meant endless mai tais and freedom from responsibility. Nope, you’re a parent now and Spring Break means “What the heck am I going to do with these kids all week?!” Good news –you can find all sorts of camps to keep the kids entertained during Spring Break throughout Long Beach and surrounding cities, from martial arts to sewing and beyond. You can browse all camps by category, age, location, and more here.
Got a future Project Runway winner on your hands? The Sewing Lab in Los Alamitos will be offering three sessions each day, while Averyboo in Bixby Knolls has a bird-themed art camp to check out.
Perhaps your little is more the outdoor type. El Dorado Nature Center is hosting a week of camps (and you can drop in any day), while the City of Cerritos is putting on Eco Explorers Camp at Liberty Park.
Less structure, more field trips, and lots and lots of running around is what you’ll find in these camps from MyGym (perfect for the youngest campers) to YMCA and the JCC.
Gymnastics and skateboarding and tennis! Oh my! Improve the kiddos sports-skills with these camps in Long Beach, Los Al, and Lakewood.
Surprisingly there aren’t many coding camps happening during Spring Break this year, but one that’s perfect for the older kiddos is the Video Game Camp at CSU Dominguez Hills.
Is your kid obsessed with all things kitchen-related, then get on it and book this cooking camp from PREP Kitchen Essentials in Seal Beach. They don’t just do cheese and crackers either, no! These kids will be cooking real dishes every single day.