Winter Camps in Los Angeles 2017

Los Angeles Public Schools take three weeks off during the Holidays, leaving working parents in need of camps for their kids. Here’s a list of 14 Winter Camps in Los Angeles to choose from. Some camps have coverage the whole time and some only run part of it, so be sure to check the details before booking. There are so many options: kids could do coding, play Minecraft, play sports, do improv comedy, make fun crafts, learn acting and filmmaking, learn to sail – and no matter what you choose, they’ll have a ball!

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Winter Camps 2017

Camp Wildfolk
1265 N. Fairfax Ave., West Hollywood, CA 90046
(424) 341-5522
getwild@campwildfolk.com
Ages 4-12, Camp runs 9am – 3pm (extended care available), flexible registration by the day or by the week
Dates: December 18-22 + December 26-29

Camp Zimmer
6505 Wilshire Blvd. #100, Los Angeles, CA 90048
(323) 761-8990
info@zimmermuseum.org
Ages 3-8, Camp runs 9am – 3pm + flexible registration by the day or by the week
Dates: December 18-22 + December 26-29

CodeREV Kids
1639 – 16th Street, Santa Monica, CA 90404
(310) 450-4984
register@coderevkids.com
Camp runs 9am – 4pm (extended care available), flexible registration by the day or by the week
Dates: December 18 – January 5

Digital Dragon
3026 Nebraska Ave., Santa Monica 90404
(424) 280-4654
info@digitaldragon.co
Ages 7-14, camp runs from 8:30am – 3pm, flexible registration by the day or by the week – each day is different
Dates: December 18-22 + January 2-5

Funky Divas & Dudes Performance Art Rockstar Camp
Marine Park Auditorium, 1406 Marine St, Santa Monica, CA 90405
(310) 838-8387
info@funkydivasanddudes.com
Ages 4-11
Dates: December 18-22 + January 2-5

Got Game Camp
Hancock Park Elementary School, 408 S. Fairfax Ave., LA 90036
(310) 975-8524
customerservice@gotgamecamp.com
Ages Pre-K – 8th grade, extended care available, flexible registration by the day or by the week
Dates: December 18 – January 5

Gray Studios
5250 Vineland Ave., North Hollywood, CA 91601
(818) 582-3943
info@graystudiosla.com
Ages 4 + up
Dates: December 18-22 + January 2-5

Kids Winter Camp by Snooknuk & L.A. Art Lessons
506 N. Larchmont Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90004
(323) 498-5258
contact@snooknuk.com
Dates: December 18-22

LA Clippers Youth Basketball Camp
Locations in Calabasas, Pacific Palisades, Laguna Hills and at LACES High School
(213) 204-2819
cbaginski@clippers.com
Ages 6-14, Camps run 8am – 3pm
** Use promo code “MomsLA” to receive $50 off any Winter Camp! **
Dates: December 18-22 + December 26-29 + January 2-5

LA County Youth Sailing Camp
Burton Chace Park, 13640 Mindanao Way, Marina del Rey, 90292
(424) 526-7889
info@bh.lacounty.gov
Dates: December 18-22 + December 26-29 + January 2-5

Second City
6560 Hollywood Blvd., Los Angeles 90028
(323) 464-8542
smhollywood@secondcity.com
Ages 8-18, camps run 9am – 3:30pm
Dates: December 18-22 + December 27-29

STAR Camps
Multiple Locations around Los Angeles
(310) 842-8542
camps@starinc.org
Ages K + up, camps run 9am – 3pm, extended care available
Dates: December 18 – January 5

Studio LOL
12434 Moorpark St., Studio City, CA 91604
(818) 660-3460
studioLOLclasses@gmail.com
Ages 7 – 15, depending on the camp chosen, camp runs 9am – 2pm
Dates: December 18-22 + December 26-29 + January 2-5

Tumbleweed Day Camp
1024 Hanley Street, Los Angeles, CA 90049
(310) 472-7474
sheri@tumbleweedcamp.com
Offering flexible registration, 2-day minimum, days need not be consecutive. Transportation is always included.
Dates: December 18-29

 

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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