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Spring Break Camps in Los Angeles 2022

Updated for 2022

Time is flying by, and Spring Break 2022 will be here before you know it. In Los Angeles, the schools schedule their Spring Breaks at wildly different times, so the Spring Break Camps in Los Angeles have lots of different dates to accommodate all the LA County school districts’ calendars.

Whether you’re looking for a week-long camp, want to enroll your kids in a few days for a drop-in experience, or you’re looking for an online camp, we bet you’ll find a Camp that fits your family’s needs right here, in our list of terrific Spring Break Camps in Los Angeles.

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Awesome Spring Break Camps in SoCal for 2022

Upstander Anti-Bullying Camp
6508 Arizona Avenue, Los Angeles 90045

Social Life can be tough growing up. The goal of Upstander Kids Anti-Bullying Camp is to give kids the basic tools to more easily traverse the tough terrain of social life and to develop their own resistance to Bullying thru Communication Skills, Good Social Skills, & Basic Self Defense Skills.
DATES: April 4th-15th

Tinkering Camp and Cardboard Camp
reDiscover Center, 12958 W Washington Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90066

Come build amazing things with us! Tinkering School LA teaches children the skills they need to work confidently in wood, plastic, and metal to build robust structures as wild as their imaginations. With a 4:1 camper to facilitator ratio, our fully stocked workshop provides a safe and supportive environment for personal growth through skills development and creative construction.
DATES: March 28th – April 15th

Saken Sports Camp
15871 Mulholland Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90049

Join us for Spring Camp to have a fun and active spring break! Expert coaches help develop campers  in a variety of sports activities. In addition to sports we offer tournaments, arts and crafts, special events, and theme days. At Saken Sports Camp, we offer a 7 to 1 camper to coach ratio and may be as low as 3 to 1.
DATES: March 28th – April 15th

Got Game Camp
Three Locations:
Hancock Park Elementary (Mid-City) 408 S. Fairfax Ave LA CA 90036
Third Street Elementary (Mid-City) 201 S. June Street LA CA 90004 
Redeeemer Elementary (West LA) 10792 National Blvd LA CA 90064

Your kids are going to love the spring camp curriculum at Got Game. Campers will play competitive Sports (basketball, soccer, hockey, flag football, baseball), Arts (dance, theatre, karate, arts & crafts), Games (oasis, chess, dodgeball), surprise appearances and more.
DATES: April 11-15th

Euro Soccer USA
The Sports Park 13196 Bluff Creek Dr, Los Angeles 90094

Euro Soccer USA is ranked the best toddler and youth soccer training program in Los Angeles, teaching kids soccer (ages 18 months to 12 years) in a safe and positive environment.
Our European-style soccer coaching philosophy blends skill repetition with a variety of fun and engaging activities, creating an appropriately challenging program.
DATES: April 11-15th

Camp Wildfolk
12020 Burbank Blvd., Valley Village 91607
1265 North Fairfax, West Hollywood 90046

An original, project-based Camp model, blending “old school” with a modern, progressive approach. Kids and parents both love the Camp Wildcraft experience!
DATES: April 8-15th

Atwater Photo Camp
3015 Glendale Blvd, LA, CA 90039

This 5 day adventure begins with a basic overview of camera functions and ends with an exhibition featuring the kids’ work from the week. Through a series games and expeditions, we’ll challenge the way we see; we’ll learn through instruction and practice how to make images, rather than take them. Ultimately campers will develop their photographic eye and learn new ways of seeing.
DATES: April 4-15th

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