Because I was having a hard time finding summer camps in Wellington to choose from for my 9-year-old daughter and 6-year-old son, I decided to scour the internet and put all of the options that would appeal to her in one place to hopefully help other moms in Wellington. Every year I update this list.
Three years ago, she went back and forth between the Art Cellar and the Village of Wellington. Two years ago, she was at a new camp every week and picked her favorites (that will come in handy picking this summer). Last summer was a bust because of COVID-19. Uh.
A variety of local camps are included below. Please comment if you know of more that I can add to my list.
1. Village of Wellington Summer Camp
In addition to its summer camps and academies (which are listed below), Wellington’s Parks and Recreation Department offers an all-day summer camp from June to the middle of August each year for ages 5-15.
The camp is held at Village Park, where campers get to experience a fun-filled daily schedule of activities including sporting events, athletics, arts and crafts, entertainment and games, animal exhibits, rock wall climbing, magicians, movies, trips to the Wellington Aquatics Complex, field trips and much, much more.
If the full day camp isn’t your thing, check out some other options like:
- horseback riding
- speed and agility
- tumble and cheer
For more, click here.
2. Art Cellar
This is a great art camp my daughter loved last year, so I had to include it here!
She came home every day with beautiful artwork. The Summer Camp Themes in 2021 are:
- June 21-25 (Sweet Treats Camp)
- June 28-July 2 (Wizard/Magic Camp)
- July 12-16 (Create Like a Famous Artist Camp)
- July 19-23 (Around the World Camp )
- July 26-30 (Galaxy Camp– Space Adventures)
- August 2-6 (Anime & Character Design Camp)
Art Cellar is at 10660 Forest Hill Boulevard.
For more information, call 561-792-2272, email email@example.com, or just click here and register!
3. Summer Music Camp
For three weeks this summer between 9 am to 3 pm at Village Music, you can learn history, family, theory, musical contributors, and demonstrations in addition to hands-on instrument learning. The dates are:
- June 11 – 15
- July 16 – 20
- August 6 – 10
Tuition is $300 for the week, including lunch on the last day. There is a sibling discount of $500 for two children.
Click here for more information. You can also call 561-798-5334 or walk into the store by the mall.
For the older kids, Village Music Rock Camp is also an option. You need to be 10-16 years old with at least one year of lessons. Click here for more.
4. Science Camp
Here, kids can enjoy a relaxed setting with group games, crafts, movies, and projects. Kids will learn to build interpersonal skills and relationships while building everything from fine motor skills to logic thinking skills.
You can reserve your spot from June 21st thru August 6th for $260 a week. Space is limited to 10 students per week. This camp is for ages 10 and up.
b. High Touch High Tech
Another science camp to check out is High Touch High Tech. Due to COVID, they will also travel to you! Here, they do tons of cool things, like:
- Take the mystery out of chemistry and have FUN at the same time with lab work that includes separating colors making slime to keep.
- Become a Volcanologist and explore the awesome world of volcanoes while taking home various volcanic rocks.
- Discover how cool plants really are by learning all about what plants need to grow. You can also build your own greenhouse to keep and care for.
- Study fingerprints, learn about DNA, explore nasty little germs that make us sick, and more.
Click here for more information or send an email to Info@ScienceMadeFunSFL.net. (This is the camp my daughter went to a few years ago and loved it.)
5. Movement Arts Dance Academy
This is a full-day dance camp for ages 5-11 at 1177 Royal Palm Beach Boulevard in Royal Palm Beach.
For more information, call 561-792-9757 or visit movementartsdanceacademy.com.
6. Wellington Collegiate Academy
Wellington Collegiate Academy’s summer program includes singing, dance, comedy, magic, acting, art, piano, gaming, nature, violin, and more. It is located off Forest Hill Boulevard and Wellington Trace.
For more information call 561-784-1776, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit www.gowca.org.
6. The Academy of Dance and Acrobatics
7. Black Dog Productions Performing Arts
Black Dog Productions is proud to offer a full summer of Performing Arts camps for kids ages 5-12. Each of their engaging theme weeks will be filled with skits, arts and crafts, music and movement, theater games, and more.
Campers will prepare an end-of-week showcase that will be posted to their YouTube channel for friends and family to enjoy.
They already have a very full summer, but you can click here to see if you can snag a spot at this popular camp.
If there are any summer camps in Wellington I left out, please let me know in the comments so I can add them to the list.
Follow along with what my family and I are doing this summer in Wellington on Instagram at @ChristinaAllDay.