Spring Break Camps in 2021

It feels as if we just said farewell to 2020 and celebrated the beginning of the new year, yet spring break is around the corner. Without anything planned, the long days of spring break can drag on for children. Give them an opportunity to explore the magic of the natural world every day of the week.

A few benefits of spring break camps include:

Getting the opportunity to try new things. Kids may discover new hobbies and passions at spring break camps. They may also learn more about themselves and gain new skills.

Reducing time spent in front of screens. When kids are free to roam the house with nothing to do, they often resort to television or video games. Spring break camps encourage physical activity and creativity.

Meeting new friends and socializing. Kids from all different schools and counties meet at spring break camps. It is healthy and beneficial for kids to expand their circle of friends and practice social skills.

Relieving parents/caretakers of stress. Signing up for a spring break camp will let you carry on with your work/daily routine rest assured that your kids are in a safe and fun environment.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, camps are limited but there’s still room. Be sure to talk to each organization about the measures they are taking to keep adults and children safe and healthy.

Here’s a list of what’s still available for spring break, March 22-26.

Campfire Central Oregon: Pack your Passport

Sons of Norway, 549 NW Harmon Blvd., Bend

Grades K-5

 Click here to learn more.

High Desert Museum: Kids Camp Spring Break

K and 1st grade – sold out

2nd and 3rd grade – “Trash to Treasures”

4th and 5th grade – “Natural Design”

Click here to learn more.

Wildheart Nature School

Outdoor adventure themes change daily

Ages 6-12, Juniper Jungle Learning Farm and Phoenix Farm

Click here to learn more.

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