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Spring Break Camps for Kids in Marin

GymWorld Marin offers Spring Break camps in San Rafael.

Looking for something fun for the kids to do over the upcoming spring break? Check out some of the great day camps (and drop-in options) here in Marin and the Bay Area. All the camps listed below offer drop-in camps, too.

  • Andrews Day Camp
    400 Tamal Plaza, Corte Madera
    Ages: Kindergarten and up

    Andrews Camp offers a fall and spring break camps that includes outings to Scandia, Rebounderz, Six Flags, games, crafts, sports and more. Bring lunch and snack. For more info,call (415) 446-8946 or visit their website.
  • Bay Area Discovery Museum
    557 McReynolds Road, Sausalito

    Ages: 4–8
    The BADM is offering spring Discovery Camps provide child-directed, inquiry driven learning through project-based, hands-on activities designed to intentionally boost creativity, STEM skills, and critical thinking. Children come away with the skills and tools to support lifelong discoveries. For more info, call (415) 339-3900 or visit their website.
  • Club Funderblast
    Scott Valley Swim & Tennis Club, Mill Valley

    Ages: 4–11
    Camp Funderblast is a fun, local day camp that helps kids thrive! Swimming, arts and crafts, cooking projects, nature hikes, games and more. Located 50 Underhill Road, Mill Valley. For more info, call (415) 843-1730 or visit their website.
  • GymWorld
    3040 Kerner Boulevard, San Rafael
    Ages: 4 and up
    Kids will learn gymnastics on floor, beam, bars, trampoline, and ault. They also have a tumble-trak, foam pit, climbing wall, ropes and rings. Campers will learn in groups of 8 students or less per coach, according to age and skill level. For more info, call (415) 482-8580 visit their website.
  • Little Tree Art Studios
    14 Ross Avenue, San Anselmo
    Ages: 5–12 years

    Join us this week for a fun sewing camp, where each artist will create their own matchbox baby monster, pillow and bed out of a matchbox. For more info, call (415) 295-7037 or visit their website.
  • Marin Elite Gymnastic Academy
    72 Woodland Avenue, San Rafael
    Ages: 3 and up

    They offer a half-day or full-day camp for ages 3 and up. For more info, call (415) 257-6342 or visit their website.
  • Marin Treks
    1559 S. Novato Boulevard, Novato
    Grades: 1st–11th grade

    Marin Treks' Spring Adventure Camp are full-day camps that travel to exciting destinations throughout the Bay Area. For more info call (415) 250-0988 or visit their website.
  • Marinwood Community Center
    775 Miller Creek Road, San Rafael

    Ages: 3–12
    Get a taste of summer at our Spring Break Camp! Campers will spend their day at the park, playing dodgeball, creating art masterpieces and going down the waterslide at our pool. Join us for an exciting week of camp games sports, swimming and more! Please bring a sack lunch, two snacks, water, swim suit, towel and sunblock to camp daily. Come join the fun! Parents can pre-register for drop-in days. For more info, call (415) 479-0775 or visit their website.
  • Mill Valley Community Center
    180 Camino Alto
    , Mill Valley
    Ages: 4 and up
    Mill Valley Recreation is offering spring break camps. Children are able to unplug from technology and gain resiliency. The kind of encouragement and nurture kids receive at Camp makes it a great environment to endure setbacks, try new (and maybe a little frightening) things, and see that improvement comes when you give something another try. They are a way to foster new friendships, or make enduring memories with old ones. For more info, call (415) 383-1370 or visit their website.
  • Morning Star Farm
    885 Sutro Avenue, Novato

    Ages: 6–14
    Morning Star Farms is offering a spring camp that offers riding lessons, horse care, grooming & saddling each day and other horsey activities. For more info, call (415) 897-1633 or visit their website.
  • MV Code Club
    Greenbrae & Mill Valley

    Ages: 1st–8th grade
    MV Code Club is offering a spring  break camp that teaches kids coding, game development, web development and more. One-day drop in coding camps available, as well as a full-week Minecraft camp. For more info, visit their website.
  • Novato Gymnastics
    950 Seventh Street, Novato

    Ages: 3–12
    Novato Gymnastics is offering a spring break camp. Kids will learn gymnastics skills, develop strenghth and flexibility, winter-themed crafts and more. For more info, call  (415) 899-8279 or visit their website.
  • Osher Marin JCC
    200 North San Pedro Road, San Rafael

    Ages: kindergarten–6th grade
    The Osher Marin JCC offers spring break camp with arts and crafts, swimming, sports, science, cooking, music, and more. For more info, call (415) 444-8000 or visit their website.
  • Pine Point Cooking School
    254 Woodward Avenue, Sausalito
    Ages: 10–14 years

    Fresh peas, green garlic, asparagus, strawberries and everything that's yummy in the spring. This is a three-day camp, Tuesday, April 9 though Thursday, April 11. We'll go to the farmer's market and have a pizza challenge on Thursday! Cost: $450. For more info, contact Adrianna at (415) 332-4352 or visit their website.
  • Play-Well Marin
    216 Greenfield Avenue, San Anselmo
    Ages: 5 and up

    Play-Well Marin is offering a spring break camp with some hands-on LEGO camps: Jedi Adventure Game, JediCraft Survival Game, Jedi Engineering, Intro to STEM with LEGO and many more. For more info, call (415) 460-5210 or visit their website.
  • Pookie Nook
    247 Shoreline Hwy, Mill Valley
    Ages 6 and up

    Choose an animal that’s endangered and sew a (customized) Poekie of it, we’ll help you research, write and make a beautiful book about it, then we’ll design and build a cozy habitat for your endangered Poekie (just like we build our houses, only they’re different). April 8-12, Mon-Fri 10am-4pm (free drop-in before and after camp). Age 8 and up, you must be on “first shelf” level .Cost: $480, non-refundable $100 deposit required. Email or call to register: sophia@poekienook.com Event details.
  • Rolling Hills Club
    351 San Andreas Drive, Novato

    Ages: 5–12
    This spring break camp at the Rolling Hills Club will preview all the excitement and fun of their Sports and Splash Camp. Each day will feature one amazing summer camp theme, such as Mad Science Monday, Tie Dye Tuesday, Wizard Wednesday and more. Campers will enjoy various activities, fun games, swim, sports, and arts and crafts. For more info, call (415) 897-2185 or visit visit their website.
  • Studio 4 Art
    1133 Grant Avenue, Novato

    Ages: 4 and up
    Studio 4 Art offers spring break camps. Each day will be filled with creative excitement! Dabble in a bit of everything Studio 4 Art has to offer. Exploring painting, drawing, ceramics, mixed media and printmaking, students will create a variety of fine art projects in different art mediums. Professional artist/teachers will introduce students to new and contemporary art techniques, procedures and processes. For more info, call (415) 596-5546 or visit their website.
  • Terra Marin School
    70 Lomita Drive, Mill Valley

    Terra Marin School in Mill Valley offers a We call it DISCOVERY CAMP! Join us for this exciting camp where kids will engage their minds and their bodies in activities that stretch their physicality and imaginations, connect them with the environment and bond them with their campmates in a very special way. For K–8.  For more info, visit their website.
  • The Ranch
    Dairy Knoll, Tiburon
    Ages: K–7

    This entertaining excursions camp offers lots of fun for kids ages K–7. The camp will travel to a new location each day: mini golf, The Marine Mammal Center, movie day and a BBQ at Paradise Park. Register online here.
  • Vilda Nature Camps
    Fairfax

    Ages: 4–9
    Celebrate the spring outdoors. Join us as we follow overflowing creeks and waterfalls, find bird nests, track rabbits, and look for wild flowers jumping up from their long slumber.  Learn the ways of the scout, moving silently through the landscape without alarming the birds and blend into the brush. Create your own spring color by using natural dyes and pigments from the landscape.For more info, call (415) 747-4840 or visit their website.

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2019 Marin Summer Camp Guide