Austin Waldorf School – Camp Roadrunner (ages 6-12) and Summergarden (ages 4-5) at Austin Waldorf School. Relaxing, creative, wholesome fun for everyone. Address: 8700 South View Road, Austin TX 78737

Camp Twin Lakes – Featuring a wide variety of both water and land activities, Camp Twin Lakes has something to excite everyone with both day camp and overnight camp options. Address: 204 E. Little Elm Trail, Cedar Park, TX 78613

JCamps – For toddlers to tenth graders, JCamps offer a variety of activities from archery, to dance, gymnastics, Lego robotics, music, nature, swimming and much more. Not Jewish? No problem. JCamps are open to all! Address: 7300 Hart Lane, Austin, TX 78731

Extend-A-Care for Kids’ Summer Day Camp – This day camp offers a variety of activities such as basketball, baseball, flag football, arts & crafts, cooking, painting and more! This year’s theme “Around the World in 50 Days” will allow campers learn about the customs, crafts, and cuisine of destinations as diverse as Africa and Alaska, from the rainforest to the Sahara! Click here for a list of camp locations.
Camp Legacy —  Middle and high school students from all over Austin can come together for two week-long sessions to learn about local issues, participate in hands-on volunteering and meet with nonprofit leaders and clients, focusing on different social concerns, such as hunger and food insecurity, homelessness, youth shelter services, workforce development and conservation. Address: 1314 Exposition Blvd, Austin, TX 78703

Bright Horizons® Summer Camp —  Programs offered for children ages 3 – 12 years old weekly or for the whole summer. With the use of technology integrated throughout the programs, children can explore nature, experiment with science, and engage in the creative arts, all while learning about the world around them. Click here for a list of multiple locations.

Camp Fun Brain — Camp Fun Brain offers a great summer camp experience for ages 5-10 where literacy weaves into STEAM based activities. Choose from North, South and Central locations with different themes for each week of camp all focused on reading. Click here for a list of multiple locations.

Camp Grey Dove — Designed for siblings of children who have had cancer, and are ages 7 – 14, this week-long overnight summer camp allows for kids to process emotions and learn coping skills, while fostering fun and friendship in a summer camp setting. (Campers affected siblings may have cancer, be in remission, or have passed away). Apply for camp online here. Location: Peaceable Kingdom Retreat Center in Killeen, Texas.