Bi-Key Learning offer general day camps and specialty academic which can spark kids' interest, develop their talents and make their summer time full of fun, new friends, challenges and personal growth
302 Summer Camps in San Mateo, CA
302 Summer Camps in for "San Mateo, CA"
Slip into summer fun in San Mateo, California. Experience a joyful summer at Champion Summer Camp, unravel history's mysteries at the San Mateo County History Museum, take a look at the Pigeon Point Lighthouse, or wow kids with science at the Cur... see more »
Slip into summer fun in San Mateo, California. Experience a joyful summer at Champion Summer Camp, unravel history's mysteries at the San Mateo County History Museum, take a look at the Pigeon Point Lighthouse, or wow kids with science at the CuriOdyssey science and wildlife center. Look through our online directory of camps in San Mateo to find the perfect camp for your child.
Choose Champion Summer Camp for your summer plans, your child will thank you tremendously! With a plethora of activities to pick like soccer, dodgeball, arts and crafts, ping pong, badminton, outdoor activities and much more. There will never be a dull moment at camp champion, your child will remain active and exploring their surroundings. Learn more about this awesome camp by going here.
Dig into the region's past at the San Mateo County History Museum. Let imaginations unfold as you travel back in time through interactive rooms packed full of artifacts. Discover how to make adobe bricks with a hands-on history lesson. Watch Mexican and Californian history blend together at the Rancho Day Fiesta, where kids can participate in crafts and see live events. Nurture your child's appreciation for others with a trek into a Native American exhibit.
Although Pigeon Point Lighthouse is currently being restored and is closed to the public, the grounds around the lighthouse are just as inviting for kids. Visit every Thursday through Monday in April from 10am to 4pm to catch a glimpse of female gray whales with their young near the coast. Discover seals, otters, and other sea creatures along the rocky shore as well. Gather the family for a guided tour around the lighthouse and learn how the structure helped keep sailing mariners safe some time ago. Cap the day off with a trip to the adjacent swimming beach, where you and the kids can frolic in the waves or bask in the sun and build sandcastles.
Nourish your child's natural curiosity at the CuriOdyssey science and wildlife center. Dip into real life science when kids conduct their own experiments to better understand the natural world. Join the animal show viewings to meet eye-to-eye with the center’s creatures and ask the zookeepers endless questions! These shows are offered free and are very popular, so it’s best to pick up your ticket 20 minutes before showtime at the Wildlife Theater.
TechKnowHow offers fun and educational technology & robotics summer camps for students, ages 5 -15.
Have the best summer ever! College for Kids, an award-winning academic enrichment program, is celebrating its 22nd year of fun learning! A weekly program for children entering 5th to 8th grades.
An academics-based summer day camp for K-8th graders. This camp mixes learning with fun, offering academics in the morning and activities in the afternoon.
At Go Go Summer Camp, where Kids Learn to Be Active and Passionately Curious
Campers make friends, learn new skills, develop appreciation of the Jewish culture in a supportive, safe atmosphere.
Award-winning art instruction! Best art camp and comics camp! Most art supplies for students to use in class!
YMCA Resident Camp in the redwoods of the Santa Cruz Mountains, near San Francisco Bay Area. Offering Traditional Summer Camp, Teen Adventure Camps, Ropes Courses, Retreats & Rentals, Family Camp and
Exploring New Horizons Summer Camp offers several programs for boys & girls aged 10-17, including backpacking trips, general residential summer camp, Leadership-In-Training, and survival skills progra
We develop young leaders committed to social and environmental justice and equipped with a sense of awe for natural and human beauty, tools for non-violent multicultural community building, and the co