BLAST OF BRASS is a summer camp for students playing trumpet, trombone, frech horn, euphonium/baritone, and tuba with at least one year of experience through early college. The students study with In
129 Summer Camps in Coppell, TX
129 Summer Camps in for "Coppell, TX"
Coppell is a great place to play with many pavilions, parks, and seven miles of trails. The family will love spending time by the duck pond or in a nature park, getting to know all that Texas has to offer. Coppell is a young city and its proximi... see more »
Coppell is a great place to play with many pavilions, parks, and seven miles of trails. The family will love spending time by the duck pond or in a nature park, getting to know all that Texas has to offer. Coppell is a young city and its proximity to one of the world's busiest airports keeps it modern, fresh, and thriving. Their large farmers’ market is constantly providing fresh vegetables, fruits, and farm to fork delights. Look at our online directory for Coppell and find a summer camp that the kids will love!
Go underwater at SEA LIFE Aquarium, which has a 360 degree underwater tunnel, rescued sea turtles, a shark mission to face your fears, and thousands of sea creatures. Some of the creatures include seahorses, giant pacific octopus, clownfish, jellyfish, and black tip reef shark. The interactive rock pool is safe and kids can touch sea stars, crabs, sea urchins, or horseshoe crabs, while learning fascinating facts about them. Events change monthly and can be themes like Rainforest Adventure or Underwater Pumpkin Carving! Every Tuesday is Toddler Tuesday, when a parent and two toddlers are $15. SEA LIFE also takes part in marine conservation by helping with seahorse breeding, sea turtle re-homing, seal rescue, and recycling.
Energize up with Texas Dreams Gymnastics. Their camps are a welcome retreat from the hot, Texan sun, as the 30,000 square foot playground is kept cool throughout the game. Kids can still work up a sweat playing games, taking part in contests, and learning skills. When the kids start to get tired, instructors will engage their minds with water color, craft, or even sidewalk chalk murals. Texas Dream Gymnastics also hosts Bricks 4 Kidz camp, or the LEGO camps, where kids can build, create, and learn.
Tame a wild river with Trinity River Kayak, where all trips begin in Coppell. You'll be given a paddling orientation, and then it's on the water for some kayaking, until your shuttle back to the start point. Along the way, you may see some heron, beavers, or hawks! There are various routes to choose from including The Blast, which is 5 miles, and The Iron Man, a 10 mile trip out. For families who want to keep it slow, there are also fishing kayaking trips. The company provides bait, lures, fishing guides, and licenses. The Trinity River is full of catfish, bass, and trout, so you can try your luck catching dinner for the family!
Learn to build computers from scratch and then program in gamemakr.
Taking it to the Streets is a week-long workshop bringing 20 young artists, ages 13-16 to Dallas Contemporary. In keeping with our mission of educating the public about contemporary art and artists as
Learn to CREATE YOUR OWN VIDEO GAMES. A quick easy way to make games you never thought you could!!!
A combination of fun and learning involving languages, arts, science and sports.
This 6-week camp is open to children, teens and adults. Applicants can choose to attend either on a half-day or full-day basis one or a combination of the workshops offered: languages (French, Spanish
Explore new adventures with access to 4 camps that are open to all Girls from ages 6-18. See you there!
The Music Together® classes are designed for babies and children ages 0-4 years. Activities include singing, playing instruments, and exploring rhythm and movement
We offer a warm and caring environment where girls receive individualized riding instruction and increase their knowledge of horsemanship, safety, and grooming.