Here are a few popular Fall Break Camps in Oklahoma City. Also, don't forget to contact your local parks and recreation department or community center. They often have a number of programs and camps for kids at a reasonable cost.
Know of other general-interest camps to add to the list? Let me know.
What: For each of the two sessions, there are three age range group camps (5-7, 8-10 and 11-13) that run from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. There's "Clay Creatures" and "Stop Motion Animation" in the first session, and the second session includes "Sparkle Farm."
How Much: $90 for three-day session, $150 for five-day session (lunch and before/after care not included)
Registration: Enroll online or by calling (405) 951-0000
What: Five days of educational camps from Science Museum Oklahoma run from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. each day during the session and includes snacks. Open to students in grades 1-6, the camps feature different activities each day. Questions for kids to discover include: “Did you ever engineer your own sound?” or “Did you ever take solar photography?”
How Much: $150 for 3-days camp, $100 for 2-days camp, $65 for each additional day - (405) 602-3760 to register
What: This one-week camp are open to kids ages 5-12 and features story telling, costume making and more each day from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
How Much: $150
Registration: Enroll online or by calling (405) 606-7003
What: Kids ages 5-16 get a couple of chances to participate in a youth basketball camp from the Oklahoma City Thunder organization. Thunder coaches are on hand, and the camps emphasize character as well as basketball skills.
How Much: $125 per session ($100 for season ticket holders and Kids Club members)
Registration: Enroll online
What: Kids ages 4-12 can take part in 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. safari camps at the OKC Zoo.
How Much: $30 per child per day (snack provided; lunch not provided)
Registration: Enroll online or by calling (405) 425-0218