Thanksgiving Camps in Los Angeles

Thanksgiving is coming up and so is a week off from school in Los Angeles! Whether you’re working that week or just need time to prep the turkey and all the trimmings, Thanksgiving Camp options are important. Some camps have coverage the whole week, and some have one-offs, so be sure to check the details before booking. Your kids can do trampoline work, learn coding at tech camp, play sports, do improv comedy, or make crafts and DIY projects during a super fun Thanksgiving Camp in Los Angeles. Enjoy!Thanksgiving Camps in Los Angeles

 

MomsLA is your source for the Best Summer Camps in Los Angeles. Check back after Thanksgiving to find the Best Winter Camps and then come back in January to find the Best Summer Camps in Los Angeles for 2017!

 

1. Aerial Warehouse
3961 Sepulveda Blvd. #100, Culver City, CA 90230
(310) 397-2200
info@aerialwarehouse.com
Dates: November 21-23 + 25
All Camps 10% off through November 10 with Discount Code CAMP10

2. CodeREV Kids
1639 – 16th Street, Santa Monica, CA 90404
(310) 450-4984
register@coderevkids.com
Dates: November 21-23 + 25

3. Got Game Camp
Hancock Park Elementary School, 408 S. Fairfax Ave., LA 90036
310-975-8524
customerservice@gotgamecamp.com
Dates: November 21-23

4. Star Camps
Multiple Locations around Los Angeles
(310) 842-8542
camps@starinc.org
Dates: November 21-23

5. Studio LOL
12434 Moorpark St., Studio City, CA 91604
818-660-3460
studioLOLclasses@gmail.com
One Day Only: Wednesday, November 23rd

6. Zaniac
3201 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 101, Santa Monica
(424) 330-0008
santamonica@zaniaclearning.com
Dates: November 21-23

7. AdventurePlex
1701 Marine Avenue, Manhattan Beach, CA 90266
(310) 546-7708
adventureplexnews@bchd.org
Dates: November 21-25

Sarah Auerswald is the co-Founder of MomsLA.com, your source for the best Summer Camps in Los Angeles.

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Sarah Auerswald is the CEO and Co-Founder of MomsLA. She writes about life in LA while raising her 2 sons and is the founder of MarVistaMom.com. She was an English Major at Brown University, and yet nowadays feels free to ignore grammar rules anytime she wants. Like Now. She's married, uses a Mac, and grew up in Hawaii.


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