Improve your game and train with 3-time State Championship Head Coach, Alicia Komaki, in Chatsworth, CA. Offering all skills and high intensity summer camps for ages 9-17.
77 Summer Camps in Thousand Oaks, CA
77 Summer Camps in for "Thousand Oaks, CA"
The name speaks for itself. Thousand Oaks is a city full of nature activities for kids, with over 15,000 acres of open space for the family to explore. This includes 75 miles of family-friendly hiking trails, where you can also ri... see more »
The name speaks for itself. Thousand Oaks is a city full of nature activities for kids, with over 15,000 acres of open space for the family to explore. This includes 75 miles of family-friendly hiking trails, where you can also ride bikes or just take a relaxing stroll. The community is full of learning opportunities at the local library, kid’s centers, and various camps. Take a look at our online directory and find a summer camp in Thousand Oaks that will keep your child active and happy.
Spend a day wandering through Conejo Valley Botanical Gardens and take advantage of that California sunshine. This 33 acre area has manicured gardens, trails along a stream, and of course, flowers galore. Kid's Adventure Garden is set-up for children to learn about nature while surrounded by it. There's a tree house, animal sculptures in the zoo garden, and events to teach them about gardening. Luckily, it's open every day (except holidays) and it’s free! Let your kids rest after camp at the Hillcrest Open Space Preserve. Children can learn about Native American culture by talking to the park ranger and the trails have great views of surrounding Thousand Oaks.
Let the fun begin at TOLC, or Thousand Oaks Learning Center, where summer fun camps are taught indoors and outdoors, keeping your child busy and engaged. The half-day indoor activities include science projects, arts and crafts, language skills in English, Chinese, or Spanish, drama, singing, board games, movie making, and much more. Outdoors, the energy gets turned up with basketball, football, tennis, swimming, playground fun, and even field trips! Enrichment classes are also provided in chess, math, and video editing to nurture children's hobbies and talents. With so many choices for fun, your children will never want to leave!
To be or not to be, that is the question at Kingsmen Shakespeare Company's Camp Shakespeare. Created for students ages 8-16, this camp aims to focus on teamwork, fun, and strengthening aspiring, young thespian's skills. Drama gameshelp students to connect with others and have fun. Choices for students include a new puppet workshop that teaches how to build your own marionette to be used in Shakespeare scenes. There is also an advanced class for practicing stage combat, text analysis, and Shakespearean vocabulary. Students say they make many new friends at the camps and were truly inspired.
Our 2019 field hockey camp is directed by former UC Davis Head Coach Vianney Campos at Pepperdine University. Girls, ages 10-18, of all skill levels are welcome to attend.
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PGC Basketball provides an intense, no-nonsense basketball education for male and female players.
This summer volleyball camp in Chatsworth is designed to help athletes train, compete, and improve. This camp is open to girls of all abilities, ages 10-18.
Join NIKE Softball Camps at Cal Lutheran University this summer! Come refine your skills and get better, immersed in a week of softball. Throughout this softball camp campers work on hitting, fielding
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The Nike Malibu Tennis Camp in California gives boys and girls the opportunity to improve their game, work hard and make new friends in beautiful SoCal!
SOAR California offers high-adventure experiences designed for youth diagnosed with LD & ADHD.
The Contact Football Camps at Cal Lutheran are fun, improve the skills of campers, create exposure for college scholarships opportunities and provide the backdrop to make new, lifelong friends.