Our guide to more than 100 day camps and classes in North Texas

Artwork is by Kelly Kennedy.(Kelly Kennedy)

Use The News’ 2021 listings to plan a super, and safe, summer for the kids at in-person and virtual camps this year.

Each spring, The Dallas Morning News rounds up day camps and classes to help parents plan a super summer for their kids. This time around, some activities and events might be virtual or socially distanced because of the coronavirus pandemic.

Check the listed websites for COVID-19 precautions and any program updates, as plans still might be in flux.

Some summer programs may have different schedules around Memorial Day or July Fourth; please call ahead to check how individual camps and classes handle holiday scheduling. Some programs may offer discounts based on early registration, financial need or other factors. Of course, parents should research summer programs to find the best fit. No matter which camp you choose, do your homework to make sure it’s safe and well-run. For camp advice, try the American Camp Association’s website for parents, acacamps.org.

Our guide does not include overnight camps, vacation Bible schools or camps held in homes or day care centers.

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1. Day Camps & Activities, 2. Museums, 3. Arts & Crafts, 4. Theater, Film & Video, 5. Special Needs, 6. Dance, 7. Music, 8. Sports & Fitness, 9. Academic Support

Check out the full list of camps


10:27 AM on Apr 30, 2021 — Updated at 3:53 PM on Apr 30, 2021

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