Updated for Winter 2022-2023
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 terrific 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 in Los Angeles and SoCal
Got Game Camp
Multiple Locations in Mid-City, West LA and SF Valley
When school is OUT, the Got Game Camp is IN! This Thanksgiving and Winter Break! If you are looking for some fun activities for your child(ren) during the upcoming school breaks, look no further! Got Game is operating all day at multiple locations, and is one of the top day camp programs in Los Angeles! Register for individual days/weeks, or the entire break! Registration is available at www.gotgamecamp.com and early bird and sibling discounts are available! Questions may be directed to [email protected] or (310) 975-8524!
Dates: (3 weeks) M-F December 19-23, December 26-30, January 2-6
Art with Stories at RAZ Camp
1046 S. Robertson Blvd, Los Angeles, CA, 90035
Unlock your child’s creativity and explore art, stories & music from different cultures. Moms in LA say RAZ is better than art school. Experience 3 weeks of various art mediums, learn a life lesson or a new skill, enjoy and create new memories! Every day campers will make 3-4 winter-themed projects using mediums like paints, wood, clay, fabrics, mixed media and more.
Dates: Dec 19-22: Miracles & Magic, Dec 26-29: Art with Stories, Jan 2-6 Winter Wonderland. Registration is available by a single day, one week, and multiple weeks.
12020 Burbank Blvd, Valley Village, CA 91607
Camp Wildfolk Winter Camp is a project-based, child-centered, and growth-focused Day Camp. They create a supportive and spirited atmosphere to encourage kids to be more wild and free. Wildfolk Free-Range is a cozy, relaxed version of their “Classic” summer offering– with more freedom & flexibility for campers (TK- *4th grade) to choose their activities given the shorter program time. Each day, campers choose two Activity Hubs to participate in (hubs might include: Craft Hub, Tech Hub, Messy Hub, Movement Hub, Performance Hub, etc). Additionally, campers start their day with teambuilding activities with their Team and spirited activities, songs, dress-up opportunities, and fun surprises are sprinkled throughout the week. TK campers stay together throughout the day. Mini-Adventure Camp is an opportunity to adventure big during Winter Break for Kinder- 5th graders. The first few days are spent on-site with Activity Hubs and then campers adventure on field trips Wed- Fri. Field trips include Pump it Up, Knott’s Berry Farm, and Discovery Cube. FYI: Campers do not need to be daredevils for Knotts– most of their campers stay in the “low thrill” group in Camp Snoopy area. *A special Guide-in-Training program is offered for 5th- 10th graders during Winter Camp. Email for details.
Dates: Winter Camp Dates: 12/19/22- 1/6/23, Wildfolk Free-Range #1: 12/19- 12/23, Wildfolk Free-Range #2: 12/27- 12/30 (closed 12/26), Mini-Adventure Camp: 1/2- 1/6
Atwater Photo Camp
3015 Glendale Blvd., Los Angeles 90039
Atwater Photo Camp is a super fun and exciting 5 day photo adventure that inspires kids to explore their world in a deeper way. We build skills through games and activities designed to challenge perspective, and our daily field trips give us a chance to practice these new styles and techniques in the real world. Our trips include museums, the beach, DTLA and Griffith park, to name just a few. We also spend time in Atwater Village, where we tie dye, make cyanotypes and photograph epic water balloon fights! On Fridays we host an opening for campers to showcase their work to friends & family. Each week is completely different. See for yourself!
Winter Camp Dates: December 19-22, January 3-6
KidzToPros Winter Break Camps
What’s better than a winter break camp? Two winter Break Camps! KidzToPros’ most popular camp activities are now available during your child’s school break. STEM, arts & sports activities await kids ages 4-12 at KidzToPros Winter Break Camps. Register your child now for an enriching and exciting holiday season!
Dates: Check dates for locations near you
2022-23 Euro Soccer USA Winter Camps
The Sports Park 13196 Bluff Creek Dr, Los Angeles, CA 90094
Kids! Get ready to learn new skills, make new friends, and have lots of fun this Winter! Our soccer camps offer a safe and positive environment to keep children engaged and happy. Enjoy our perfect blend of fun games with and without the ball, enhance soccer skills and learn about health and nutrition with our award-winning FitNut program.
CAMP 1: December, 19th-23rd
CAMP 2: December, 26th-30th
CAMP 3: January, 2th-6th
Age Group(s) & Times:
Age 5-12, Full Day (9:00 a.m – 3:00 p.m)
Age 4-12, Half Day (9:00 a.m – 12:00 p.m OR 12:00 to 3:00 p.m)
Age 2-3, Toddler (9:15 a.m – 10:00 a.m)
Camp Wildcraft Art & Nature Winter Camp
Two Weekly Sessions at MUSE Global School in Calabasas
Session 1: Dec. 19-23
Session 2: Dec. 26-30
Register by the week OR select a mix of days that work with your winter break schedule
Wildcraft Explorer Program Jan. 2-6
This program meets at different sites along the local trails in Woodland Hills and Calabasas
Explorer Registration opens mid-November
Camp Wildcraft is an art and nature camp whose mission is to “grow curious, creative, confident and caring kids who feel at home in nature.” Each day we hike and explore nature together and work on art projects using a wide range of materials and techniques– working with clay, building with wood, embossing metal, painting and drawing, using natural dyes, weaving with yarn. Campers participate in choice activities: baking cookies, improv theater, playing basketball in our sports court and big games in the field. We are small by design with mixed age groups. Middle school kids participate in our Junior Guide Program, learning leadership skills, participating in special programs and leading projects at camp which build on their skills and interests. Camp programs take place mostly outdoors on our beautiful expansive campus. In case of rain we will use our spacious indoor lodge.
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