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Spring Break Camps for Kids in Marin

The Culinary Dude offers a cooking camp for kids in Tibruron

Looking for something fun for the kids to do over the upcoming spring break? Check out some of the great day camps here in Marin and the Bay Area. All camps listed here are in-person, unless otherwise noted, and are following appropriate COVID-19 precautions.

  • AndrewsCamps
    400 Tamal Plaza, Corte Madera
    Ages: Kindergarten and up

    Andrews Camp offers a spring break camp that include games, crafts, sports and more. Bring lunch, snacks, and a water bottle. For more info, call (415) 446-8946 or visit their website.
  • Bay Area Discovery Museum
    557 McReynolds Road, Sausalito

    Ages: TK–K or 1st–2nd Grade
    One week spring break sessions are packed with new friends and new discoveries. Prepare for the great outdoors — your child will become a naturalist when they take on activities like bird watching, creating field guides, fort building, and more! For more info, call (415) 339-3900 or visit their website.
  • The Culinary Dude's Cooking Camp
    St. Hiliary School, 765 Hilary Drive, Tiburon
    Ages: 5–14

    We'll be creating food from all over the world. A little something from here and there. Bottom line, we're making great food, YUM!!!​ Early drop off care and after care available Limited to 14 kids. Sign-up here.
  • Esporterz Spring Break Camp
    586 Magnolia Avenue, Larkspur
    Ages: 7+

    Esporterz Spring Break Camp is for casual and competitive gamers looking to have a blast playing their favorite games and learning some new ones, while making great friends in an exciting and safe social environment. Our experienced coaches are eager to teach everything from strategic decision making and tactical maneuvers to techniques in healthy gaming and outdoor team-building skills. For more info, 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.
  • Marinwood Community Center
    775 Miller Creek Road, San Rafael

    Ages: 3–12
    Get a taste of summer at Marinwood's Spring Break Camp! Campers will spend their day at the park, playing dodgeball, creating art masterpieces and going down the waterslide at the pool. Please bring a sack lunch, two snacks, water, swim suit, towel and sunblock to camp daily. 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 will be offering spring break LEGO camp, where campers will learn STEM fundamentals, and a spring break "All Sorts of Sports" camp. Half-day camps are designed for K–6th graders. For more info, call (415) 383-1370 or visit their website.
  • Nature Navigators Spring Break Camp with Sage Educators
    Various parks in Marin (see below)
    Ages: Kindergarten – 5th graders
    With an emphasis on experiential learning, students will learn how to make and record observations, collect and interpret scientific data, use art as a means of interpreting nature, and practice team building and leadership skills. If you are looking to take outdoor exploration, imagination, and fun to the next level, this is the option for you.  Students will spend all day outside at Creekside (Hal Brown) Park, Piper Park, or in Madrone Canyon in Larkspur. For more info, visit their website.
  • Novato Parks & Recreation Spring Break Camp
    Hill Gym & Recreation Area, Novato
    Ages: Grades K–5

    Each day children will participate in a variety of organized games and activities, including arts andcrafts, science experiments, group challenges and plenty of outdoor play! Staff have adapted programming to follow all guidelines and protocols to prevent the spread of COVID-19. All participants are required to wear face coverings and regularly wash/sanitize hands. For more info, check out their Spring 2021 Guide.
  • Play-Well TEKnologies LEGO Camps
    Novato & Mill Valley
    Ages: 5–11

    Sign up today for our awesome camps where kids learn about science, engineering and math while they play. Keep their gears turning and their brains learning this spring break! Mill Valley Recreation and Margaret Todd Senior Center, Novato.
  • 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
    Ages: 3–13

    Join us for this exciting Earth Discovery 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 more info, visit their website.
  • Vilda Nature Camps

    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.