2023 Orlando Camp Guide

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It’s that great wonderful time of the year again. Time to plan what your kids are going to do for the summer. There are so many summer camp options in Orlando to choose from. We are here to make the process a bit easier. Check out our list of summer camps offered in the Orlando area separated by interest.

2023 Orlando Summer Camp Guide

Find the perfect Orlando summer camp for your child below.

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General Summer Camps in Orlando

The camps below cover a variety of interests, from history to art to film and more.

Champ Camp

At Champions Champ Camp, kids will have tons of fun while learning new skills each day. Each day is different, so kids won’t get bored if they go week after week. Each week has a different theme and includes Innovation Week, Creativity Week and Movement Week. Camps are held in Orlando, Winter Park and Winter Garden.

Circus Camp

Have your kids ever wanted to run away and join the circus? Well, here is an option to let them learn circus arts, but keep them home. Sign them up for Circus Camp. Kids will learn to use the flying trapeze, trampoline, aerial hoop/silk, juggling, tight wire and more. The camp is for kids 6-14 years old.

City of Orlando

The City of Orlando is running three different camps this summer. The Recreation Camp is for elementary schoolers and will run at different schools around Orlando. Kids will be able to participate in a variety of activities including PE, Yoga, Art, Lego Challenges, Singing, Dancing, Karate, Improv and Charades. They will also be running a skate camp where kids 9-14 can learn to skateboard. Their third camp, After School All Stars Camp is for Middle Schoolers. In the morning, middle schoolers will be able to brush up on their academics and in the afternoon, they will participate in fun activities such as sports, art, dance, etc.

Florida Film Academy

If your kids are into filmmaking, then take a look at the Florida Film Academy. Students will work on directing, acting, post-production, prop design and more. Most camps are held in Winter Garden, but they are also offering a few camps at Trinity Prep.

Leu Gardens Summer Camp

This summer, Leu Gardens is offering four different camps: Super Awesome Cool Pottery Camp, Nature Nut! Camp, Full STEAM Ahead Camp and Nature Around the World Camp. In all camps, kids will explore Leu Gardens to learn about the plants and animals, as well as play games and do different activities. Each camp is a week long and you can sign up for multiple weeks.

Orlando History Center

The Orlando History Center is running its Adventures in History Summer Camp for kids 6 to 11. Campers will learn cool historic facts and learn about STEAM content through hands-on activities. Each week is a different theme, including The Making of Florida, Theme Park Thrills, Courtroom Forensics and more.

Lake Cypress Summer Camp

If you live over on the west side of Orlando and are looking for a fun day camp for the kids, check out Lake Cypress Summer Camp. At Lake Cypress, kids will get to participate in a variety of fun camp activities including swimming, dancing, bouncy houses, waterslides, giant obstacle courses, gaga ball, cooking, science and more.

O2B Kids

O2B Kids offers summer camps for kids in grades 1-8. Each week there is a different weekly theme with activities centered around the theme. In themes include Aloha, Safari, World of Building and more.  There are internal field trips each week, where the fun comes to O2B Kids, as well as offsite field trips to local parks, theme parks, water play areas and more.

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Performing Arts Camps in Orlando

If your kids love dancing, singing, acting or playing a musical instrument, then you will want to check out the camps below.

Central Florida Community Arts Summer Camp

Central Florida Community Arts Summer Camp is offering a variety of summer camps for kids from pre-k through teens. They offer arts camps for younger kids all the way to musical theater intensives for teens. Kids will be able to work with professional directors and choreographers.

Dr. Phillips Center Camp

If your kids love musical theater, then you will definitely want to take a look at the summer camps being held at Dr. Phillips Center. They offer camps from age 6 through high school. Each musical theater camp has a final showcase where parents can see what kids worked on for the week. High schoolers can also audition to be a part of a Catch Me If You Can, which is a two-week camp that culminates in the show.

Magic Curtain Summer Acting Camp

Magic Curtain is offering summer camps for kids from pre-k to 10th grade. Each week is a different theme. Some of the themes being offered for kids 4-8 include Descendants and Matilda, Disney Jr., Princesses and Pirates and Disney Musicals. Some themes being offered for kids in grades 1-8 include Broadway Bound, Harry Potter and Stars Wars and Superheroes.

Orlando Ballet School

The Orlando Ballet School is offering summer camps/classes for kids ages 3 and up. Kids will work on dance technique, flexibility, strength and more. They are also offering a 1, 2 and 5-week  summer intensive for intermediate to advanced students ages 9 and up (ages 9 and 10 can only participate in the 1-week intensive). Students will work on ballet technique and the intensive will feature guest faculty in addition to OBS faculty.

Orlando Fringe

Kids Fringe is offering three Campy Camps this summer. In Story Parade and Fractured Fairytales, which are both for younger campers, campers will take part in storytelling, dance parties, nature walks and theatrical movement. They are also offering a production camp for high schoolers where campers create, produce and perform.

Orlando Philharmonic Summer Camp

The Orlando Philharmonic Summer Camp is a two-week camp for student string players who want to grow musically. Students will learn from members of the philharmonic as well as guest artists.

Orlando Rep

Orlando Rep is offering a variety of camps including acting, stage combat and swordplay, stage makeup, video production and more. Age requirements differ depending on the camp but start at Pre-K and run through 12th grade. Camps on offer this year include Theater Explorers, Escape Room: Escape Jurassic Park, Performance Workshops and Transformer Training.

Orlando Shakes

Orlando Shakes offers a variety of one-week camps for elementary-aged kids with a variety of themes such as Don’t Let the Pigeon, Roblox, Fly Guy and more that tap into their creativity. At the end of week, there will be a small performance where kids can share what they learned with family and friends. For tweens and teens Orlando Shakes offers acting camps that culminate in a final production of a Shakespeare play or a musical (they are doing Romeo and Juliet this year).

Osceola Arts

Osceola Arts is offering a variety of performing arts camps this summer. Camps they are offering this summer include Laugh Lab, Zombies! Musical Theater Camp, Osceola Rocks Music Camp and two different musical theater camps. If your kids are more into visual than performance art, Osceola Arts is also offering two visual art camps this summer.

Russian Ballet Orlando

Russian Ballet Orlando is offering a summer camp for kids ages 4-9. Every week is themed to the most popular characters, movies, and fairy tales. At the end of the week is a showcase for families. Summer Intensives in Ballet are offered for kids aged 10 and up – an audition is required.

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Art Summer Camps in Orlando

If your child loves painting, drawing and creating, then take a look at these art camps in Orlando.

The Art Room

The Art Room offers three two-hour camp sessions per day. They are offering a variety of fun themes such as Doggy Doodles, Amazing Africa, Mario Kart, Fantastic Florida and more. Kids will be experimenting with clay, mixed media, 3D art and more depending on the class that you choose. Kids can be enrolled for more than one session in a day. If they are in the morning session and the first-afternoon session, they would need to bring lunch.

Crealde School of Art

This summer, kids and teens can immerse themselves in art on the Crealde School of Art campus. They are able to explore different mediums such as ceramics, sculpture, painting, drawing and printmaking. At the end of the summer, each artist will have one piece, as well as other collaborative pieces displayed in an art showcase.

Nailed It Camp

If you have a child that loves DIY, then Nailed It Camp would be perfect for them. At Nailed It Camp, campers will have lots of hands-on fun working on projects using woods, fabrics and metals. They will be able to bring home all the creations they have made during the week.

Orlando Museum of Art

Orlando Museum of Art’s summer camps focus on studio art experiences for both students who want to explore and have fun with art, and those who take it seriously and want to improve their skills. Each week, the camp will focus on a different theme and are age-appropriate in order to focus on specific skills for each grade level. Camps are for kids from grades 1-12.

Winter Garden Art Association

Each week, the Winter Garden Art Association’s summer camp will teach children about a different type of art, and each week, children will get to explore using different techniques – and with different results. From 3D to mixed media, children will get to explore and create their own masterpieces.

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Orlando Sports Camps

If your kids love playing sports then these are the summer camps that you will want to take a look at. They can hone skills in a sport they already play or check out a new one altogether.

Capoeira Martial Arts Summer Camp

Fitness, fun, and friends is what your child will take away after attending the Capoeira Martial Arts Summer Camp.  This camp focuses on teaching your child the Brazilian art form of martial arts that combines self-defense with dancing and music.  This camp is perfect for children ages four to thirteen and high schoolers can apply as well to take part in the leadership camp.

Championship Martial Arts

At Championship Martial Arts Camp, kids will have a week of Martial Arts fun! They will have a great time making new friends, learning new martial arts skills, learning self-defense, playing games and learning some awesome ninja tricks to impress family and friends. Camps are held at various locations in the Orlando metro area. (camp availability could vary by location)

Orlando Archery Camp

If your kid is a huge fan of Robin Hood, the Green Arrow or Hawkeye, you might want to sign them up for Archery Camp at Orlando Archery. Kids will learn to use a bow and arrow, play games, work on physical fitness and more. Camp is for kids ages 7-15. Please note that each kid is required to have an arm guard and finger tab for daily use for them exclusively. They can be purchased from Orlando Archery.

Orlando City Soccer

If you want your kids to spend time outside and get some great exercise, then sign them up for soccer camp. From June to August, Orlando City Soccer hosts camps all around Central Florida. Find the date and location that works best for you.

Orlando Magic Basketball Camps

Orlando Magic Basketball Camps are being held for ten weeks this summer at locations all over Orlando. The majority are day camps, with one overnight session. Campers will work on reinforcing fundamental skills and work on conditioning skills. They will also play 5 on 5 games and participate in other contests and competitions.

Orlando Metro Gymnastics

Orlando Metro Gymnastics is holding Kidz Sports Day Camp during the summer. Kids will rotate through different sports, including gymnastics. Camp is for kids ages 4-17 and half- and full-day options are offered.

Oviedo Volleyball Academy

Oviedo Volleyball Academy is holding a few different summer camps for girls looking to work on their volleyball skills. FUNdamentals Camp is to work on skills such as six main skills of the game which include serving, passing, defense, setting, hitting and blocking. Rust Buster Camp is to prepare girls for Volleyball tryouts and the upcoming school season.

XL Soccer Camp

If your kid(s) loves soccer, but not the heat, then sign them up for XL Soccer Camp. Camps are held in XL’s giant indoor facility. Kids will work on aspects of the game such as dribbling, passing and shooting, as well as play fun camp games such as capture the flag, dodgeball and kickball. Both half-day and full-day camps are offered.  They offer both haf-day and full-day options.

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STEM Summer Camps in Orlando

Who says learning can’t be fun? These STEM Camps will ensure that kids are learning new things, but will also ensure that they have a good time doing it.

Bricks 4 Kidz

If your kids love Legos and they love gaming, they will love Bricks 4 Kidz. During camp, kids bring different worlds to life including Minecraft, Teenage Brick Turtles, Space Adventures, Super Hero Academy and more. Camps are held in a variety of locations around the Orlando area.

Code Ninjas Summer Camp

Do you have a techie in your home?  Don’t know what to do with them for the summer?  Send them to Code Ninjas Summer Camp!  If your child is five and older, the Code Senseis will guide your child and help them gain tech skills, all while making new friends.  Summer camps start the last week of May and runs through mid-August.

Full Sail Labs

Full Sail Labs is offering camps for both kids and teens where they can learn to use the latest tech software. They offer camps on Adobe Photoshop, Music Production, Scratch Programming, Video Editing and more. Camps are offered both in-person and online. Most camps are weekly camps, but the week of July 4 they are offering one-day camps.

Mad Science

If your kids love science and science experiments, then Mad Science might be the perfect summer camp for them. Mad Science is hosting a variety of camps this summer at their locations in Oviedo Mall or West Oaks Mall. Each week is a different theme. Camps are offered for kids in Pre-k through grade 5.

Orlando Science Center

Orlando Science Center is offering STEM camps all summer long. Each week is a different theme and the themes differ by grade. Kids will learn about science, engineering, maker space, outer space and more. Camps are for kids in pre-school through grade 9.

Synapse Summer Camp

If your kids love working with tech, then Synapse is a great option for them. They can do robotics, coding/programming, 3D design and printing, Minecraft, VR and more. Synapse will also be offering virtual classes if your kids are not able to go in-house.

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On the Water Camps in Orlando

If your kids love being in the water, then they will definitely love these water-based camps!

Braves Rowing/Boone Crew Summer Camp

Braves Rowing/Boone Crew Summer Camp welcomes beginners and experienced rowers (boys and girls) that will be in 7th through 12th grade in Fall of 2023.  Their summer camp involves Technique Training, Erg Training, Physical Training, and Rowing of Singles, Doubles, and 4 & 8 Person Boats as skills allow. Coxswain training is also available for those interested. Join them for one week or multiple weeks. Braves Rowing t-shirt included. They will see you on the water!

M&M Surf School

M&M Surf School was started by Molli Miller a championship surfer. During camp kids will receive one-on-one surf coaching, as well as learn safety, ocean awareness, and surfing mechanics. As we are not near a beach, transportation is provided from the Mills 50 district for parents who want it. (call to ask about the camp; it is not listed on the website)

Nona Adventure Park Summer Camp

Best suited for children seven to fifteen years old, Nona Adventure Park Summer Camp serves up the fun on the water. Located in Orlando, the park has several summer camp sessions to choose from. Each day kids will work on one kneeboarding, wakeboarding, water skiing or wake skating.

North Orlando Rowing Summer Camps

If you are looking for something for your middle schooler to do this summer other than video games, send them rowing at the North Orlando Rowing Summer Camp.  The “Learn to Row” camp is great for high schoolers as well.  There is no experience necessary to have a great time learning the fundamentals of coxswain and rowing.

Orlando Watersports Complex Summer Camps

Give your kids one amazing week this summer by enrolling them in the Orlando Watersports Complex Summer Camps.  Children ages seven to fifteen can do half-day or full-day sessions and learn the fundamentals of wakeboarding.  Their days will be filled with both in-water and out-of-water activities making their week at summer camp the best week ever!

Peak Performance Swim Summer Camps

Call all competitive swimmers!  Peak Performance Swim Summer Camps are known for churning out high-performance swimmers and this camp is no different.  There are offering two camps this summer, one in June and one in July, for two training levels, one for children twelve and older and one for children under eleven.  If your child wants to become a better swimmer, then this camp is a great option for them.



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