Day Off Camps for Philadelphia Students
When school is out, send your kids to one of the many camps in Philadelphia! Whether they like sports, visual arts, performing arts, or spending time outside you'll be able to find a themed camp
When school is out, send your kids to one of the many camps in Philadelphia! Whether they like sports, visual arts, performing arts, or spending time outside you’ll be able to find a themed camp for them in any parts of the city.
814 Spring Garden St.
Athletes of all skills will have fun at Philly’s only urban multi-sport facility.
2757 Frankford Ave.
Calling all gymnasts! Spend your day flipping, somersaulting, and cartwheeling at this welcoming, comprehensive gymnastics gym.
B-3 3500 Scotts Lane, East Falls
2412 E. York St., Fishtown
Ages 6 & up
Are your kids always clambering around? PRG camps will teach them bouldering and top rope skills to keep them occupied in a safe, exciting way.
2333 Fairmount Ave., Fairmount
514 Bainbridge St., Queen Village
530 Carpenter Lane, Mt. Airy
Philly Art Center’s vacation camps offer young artists a wide range of materials to experiment and create with.
2531 E. Lehigh Ave.
This North Philadelphia art center hosts day camps that include visual art projects, creative exploration, and sometimes even field trips to nearby museums, businesses, or parks.
700 N. 3rd St.
Your kids will create seasonal crafts, play art games, and run around outside at NLArts day off camps.
4226 Spruce St.
This arts organization in West Philly offers full or half days of art instruction and games for local students.
6452 Greene St.
Let your kids run away to the circus (for a day or two) where they will be under the careful supervision of professional circus teachers.
262 S. 12th St.
Music Theatre Philly offers singing, acting, dancing, crafts, games, and more during their packed days.
800 S. 8th St.
Kids of all experience levels can learn how to sew at the unique classes offered by Butcher’s Sew Shop.
1001 North 2nd St.
Young chefs will learn basic cooking skills through hands-on participation at Hudson Table’s themed classes.
8480 Hagy’s Mill Rd.
Send your kids into nature for the day to explore the Schuylkill Center for Environmental Education’s 340 acres of beautiful wooded trails, streams and ponds.
100 E. Northwestern Ave.
Kindergarten through third grade students at Northwest Philadelphia public and charter schools can spend their days off from school at the Morris Arboretum.
2013 Sanson St., 1st Floor, Center City
1311 S. Juniper St., South Philly
Makom Community provides fun programming and Jewish education during their day off camps that include playtime, snacks, and themed activities.
251 Fountain St.
Holy Family’s seasonal camps provide provides challenging activities while promoting growth, values, and developing life skills.
Suite B03 1901 S 9th St.
The Pupil Pod hosts crafty, activity-filled days for school-aged kids at the Beehive at Bok, an indoor play space in South Philly.
401 North Broad St.
Do you have a gamer in your family? They can play both on and off-screen games alongside others at Nerd Street’s camps.
Photo of Butcher’s Sew Shop by Parikha Mehta