I grew up in a small town and during the summer there were only a couple places kids could go for camp. Because of that it was never something I looked forward to. That is the exact opposite of what is available in San Diego. No matter what your kid is into, there is most likely a camp for it. Here are some unique camps your kids can experience in San Diego that will make them even more excited for summer:
Sea World Camp
If I grew up in San Diego, this would be the #1 camp on my list of things to do. As of right now only one camp is still available for grades 5-6 so sign up NOW if your child is interested.
Summer Critter Camp
Is your child into animals? Then the Summer Critter Camp at the Helen Woodward Animal Center is the perfect place for them. You can do either a week-long or daily camps, whatever works best for your schedule. During camp, kids will interact with all kids of animals from dogs and cats to birds and reptiles.
Little Explorer Camps at San Diego Children’s Discovery Museum
One of the best parts of living in San Diego is all the amazing museums that we have access to. For the little ones, nothing is better than the San Diego Children’s Discovery Museum downtown. Your child can spend the whole summer exploring this wonderful place and really get to know every single exhibit.
Slime Camp at Camp CaHiTo
Camp CaHiTo in Balboa Park has a TON of different camps your child can explore, but nothing might be more unique than Slime Camp. Your child will spend a week learning all about slime, making slime and testing out that slime. Plus, they also get to check out a lot of the other amazing activities available at the camp. But really, slime camp sounds amazing!
Astronaut Camp at the Fleet Science Center
Parents, how many of you watched the ads for space camp during Double Dare as a kid and dream of going? Now your kids can get to experience what we all wanted to do during this week that features two simulated space missions at our own Fleet Science Center.
What summer camp will your kids be headed to this year?