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Spring Break Camps in Marin and Beyond

Studio 4 Art offers Spring Break camps in both Novato and Mill Valley.

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

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

    Andrews Camp offers games, crafts, sports and more. Spring break camps take place from 9 am–5 pm from April 10–14 with extended care from 8–9 am and 5–6 pm. 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 Camps that focus on learning through project-based, hands-on activities designed to intentionally boost creativity, STEM skills, and critical thinking. Camps hours: 9 am–2 pm; extended care from 2–4 pm. Three sessions: March 26–30, April 2-6, and April 9–13. For more info, call (415) 339-3900 or visit www.baykidsmuseum.org.
  • Club Funderblast
    Mill Valley

    Ages: 4–11
    Camp Funderblast is a fun, local day camp that helps kids thrive! Games, arts and crafts, gingerbread houses, gort making, story telling by the fire, and hot cocoa. Hours: 9am–4 pm. Extended care available from 8 am–6 pm. Located at the Scott Valley Swimming and Tennis . For more info, call (415) 843-1730 or visit their website.
  • YMCA LEGO Builders Camp
    Hamilton School
    , Novato
    Ages: K–5
    The YMCA is offering a Lego Builders Camp that is designed for the creative “blockitect.” From fantasy castles to space adventures, projects are designed to inspire children’s imagination and creativity – while teaching them important STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) concepts.  For more info, call (415) 446-2178 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. We also have a tumble-trak, foam pit, climbing wall, ropes and rings. Will learn in groups of 8 students or less per coach, according to age and skill level. For more info, call (415) 482-8580 or visit www.gymworldmarin.net.
  • YMCA: Jr. Warrior Basketball Camp
    Marin Y

    1500 Los Gamos Dr San Rafael
    Ages: K–4

    Our one-day camp sessions are designed to teach kids the game of basketball in a fun, positive, and safe environment. Experienced instructors cover fundamentals of dribbling, passing, rebounding and shooting for players to improve their abilities and gain confidence on the court. Each day features a variety of drills and scrimmages to build on previous lessons while welcoming new participants. For more info, call (415) 446-2178 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. Hours: 9 am–4 pm. Extended care is available. For more info, call (415) 444-8000 or visit www.marinjcc.org.
  • Marin Treks
    Location: 1559 S. Novato Boulevard, Novato
    Grades: TK–4th grade

    Marin Treks' Spring Break Adventure Camps are full-day camps that travel to exciting destinations throughout the Bay Area. Drop off at 9 am and pick up at 4:30 pm. Early and late drop off available for an additional fee. For more info call (415) 250-0988 or visit their website.
  • Marinwood Community Center
    775 Miller Creek Road, San Rafael

    Ages: 3–12
    Campers will spend their spring break exploring the forest of Marinwood, playing lots of sports and games, and monkeying around on the playground. Mid-Winter Break Camp features three separate age groups: Camp Grasshopper, ages 3-4; Camp Cricket, ages 5–7; and Camp Dragonfly ages 8–12. Campers will spend their day at the park, playing dodgeball, creating art masterpieces and going down the waterslide at the pool. Drop-in welcome. For more info, call (415) 479-0775 or vist www.marinwood.org.
  • Mill Valley Community Center
    180 Camino Alto
    , Mill Valley
    Ages: 4 and up
    Join an enthusiastic staff of trained recreation leaders for a lively and entertaining mix of activities, crafts, sports and winter surprises. Extended care is available before and after scheduled camp hours: 8–9:30 am and 4–6 pm. For more info, call (415) 383-1370 or visit their website.
  • Morning Star Farm
    885 Sutro Avenue, Novato

    Ages: 6–14
    Camps offer 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 teaches kids coding, game development, web development, Minecraft, and more. They offer locations in Mill Valley, Greenbrae, San Francisco, San Mateo, and Redwood City. For more info, visit www.mvcodeclub.com.
  • Novato Gymnastics
    950 Seventh Street, Novato

    Ages: 3–12
    Kids will learn gymnastics skills, develop strength and flexibility, play games, participate in arts and crafts activities, and more. For more info, call  (415) 899-8279 or  www.novatogymnastics.org.
  • Pine Point Cooking School
    Sausalito

    Ages: 5–12
    A four day, 6 hour per day camp. This is the time of year to celebrate the wonderful fruits and vegetables of spring: strawberries, peas, asparagus... and leave cold, old winter behind. We'll incorporate those yummy seasonal foods into pasta, fish, and everything else. Lots of sweets to bring smiles! And a Farmer's Market trip/Pizza Challenge on Thursday. For more info, call (415) 332-4352 or visit www.pinepointcooking.com.
  • Play-Well Marin
    216 Greenfield Avenue, San Anselmo
    Ages: 5–12

    Play-Well Marin offers hands-on LEGO mini-camps this spring. Bring Minecraft to life using LEGO bricks! Camps take place from 9:30 am–12:30 pm (ages 5–7) and 1:30–4:30 pm (ages 8–12). For more info, call (415) 460-5210 or visit their website.
  • Point Bonita YMCA
    Marin Headlands, 981 Fort Barry, Sausalito
    Ages: grades K–8

    Camper will explore the outdoors, build self-esteem, develop interpersonal skills and make lasting friendships and memories. Extended care: 8–9 am and 4– 5:30 pm. For more info, call (415) 447-9692 or visit their website.
  • Rolling Hills Club
    351 San Andreas Drive, Novato

    Ages: 5–12
    This Spring Break 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 Peculiar Potions, Drip Bang Splat, Can You Dig It, Zoom, and Don't Try This at Home. 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
    This art camp will be full of art techniques, new twists and fun ways to use art materials to create amazing projects, and free choice time which includes wheel throwing everyday. Sculpting, graffiti art, ceramics, and mixed media are all explored. We design every camp week to be different, so if you have joined us for other holiday camps, your camper will explore all new projects. Week-long and daily sessions are available. For more info, call (415) 596-5546 or visit www.studio4art.net.
  • Vilda Nature Camps
    China Camp State Park, San Rafael

    Ages: 4–12
    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. Camps take place in Fairfax or San Rafael. For more info, call (415) 747-4840 or visit their website.

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Today's Events

Wednesday, July 18, 2018
Childrens Museum of Sonoma County
9:00 am
Bay Area Discovery Museum
9:00 am
Hauke Park
9:30 am
Habitot Children's Museum
9:30 am
Novato Library
10:00 am
Hamilton Community Pool
10:30 am