Come join Stanford Head Men's Lacrosse Coach Paul Jepsen and his staff in Palo Alto this summer and take your game to the next level! Located 30 minutes south of San Francisco, at the El Camino Park t
336 Summer Camps in San Jose, CA
336 Summer Camps in for "San Jose, CA"
Sprout family fun and make memories in San Jose, California. Immerse yourself in science at the Tech Museum of Innovation, launch into four-wheeled excitement at Lake Cunningham Regional Skate Park, connect with nature at the Guadalupe River Park, or... see more »
Sprout family fun and make memories in San Jose, California. Immerse yourself in science at the Tech Museum of Innovation, launch into four-wheeled excitement at Lake Cunningham Regional Skate Park, connect with nature at the Guadalupe River Park, or leap into learning at the Children's Discovery Museum of San Jose. Browse through our online directory of summer camp options in San Jose California to find an awesome camp for your child.
The Tech Museum of Innovation, operated by Galileo Camps, is a great choice to spend a summer at because kids will experience real-world technologies and learn engineering principles, medicine and even cooking skills. Kids have the freedom to plan their day at camp out; they can participate in 1 or 2 classes or stay longer in the morning or afternoon. Kids will meet animals and learn the basics of veterinary care. In the Chem Lab Creations, kids get to put their lab coats and goggles to be a scientist for the day. Check out all of their exciting summer offerings by clicking here.
Roll into action at Lake Cunningham Regional Skate Park, the largest skate park in California. Rush around one of the parks drop-in bowls. Hit the highest vertical wall or hang out in the half-pipe and grab some air. Unleash kids' abilities with a camp or lesson at the skate park. With an admission fee of $3 per child and $5 per adult, this makes for an affordable and enjoyable day.
Grab a getaway in the middle of the city at Guadalupe River Park. Battle the kids in a game of volleyball, baseball, or horseshoes at theball fields. Hike over to the visitor and education center to grab a map or participate in a program tailored to kids of all ages. Let the little ones unwind and work off some energy at the Tot Lot and Playground, complete with climbing equipment, a play fort, and slides. Pack a basket and hunker down under the trees for a delicious snack at the park's provided picnic area.
Dig into good times at the Children's Discovery Museum of San Jose, where families can discover theater, practice paleontology, and interact with art. Make an impression on your young Matisse when you visit the Art Loft. Kids can create and craft their own masterpiece out of a variety of rotating materials. Trek over to Mammoth Discovery and unearth the mystery of Lupe, a mammoth that once existed throughout the local terrain. Inspire imaginations at the museum's live theatre, where children will be enthralled by dance performances, magical music, and more.
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