Summer Camp Adventures
Convenient Drop off/Pick up Locations:
Each week of summer camp we explore different locations based around a theme, and may include some or all of the listed adventures below.
We also include weekly visits to Art Park at Symphony Square, Kids Camp Movie, Nature Walks, Splash Pads, libraries, and parks. Our registration page displays which theme is offered each week.
We are going to have more activities focused on our 11-15 year old campers during the weeks of June 3, July 8 and August 12th. We recommend these weeks if your camper is aged 11-15 and is looking for: swimming, bouldering, kayaking and more in-depth tours of Austin locations.
Nature Week: Austin Nature & Science Center, Zilker Botanical Gardens, Zilker Splash Exhibit (Aquifers), Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center, Umlauf Sculpture Garden, Nature Walks & Bug Hunts, Mayfield Park, UT's turtle pond,
Texas Week: Texas State Capitol, Texas State Cemetery, Texas State History Museum, Elisabet Ney Museum, City Hall, Governor's Mansion, Camp Mabry, LBJ Library, UT Stark Center & Stadium Tour, O'Henry & Susannah Dickinson house, French Legation Museum, Governor’s Mansion
Art Week: Blanton Museum, Mexic-Arte Museum, Hope Outdoor Gallery, Museum of Collectibles, Laguna Gloria, Umlauf Sculpture Garden. Elisabet Ney Museum, Mexic-Arte Museum, Harry Ransom Center
Diversity Week: George Washington Carver Museum, Texas School for the Blind, African American Heritage and Cultural Center, Mexican American Cultural Center, Community First Village
Business Week: Learn how local businesses are run in Austin, tours could possibly include: Google, Dropbox, Apple, KUT Radio, Sun Radio, Central Market, Whole Foods, Austin City Powersports, AMM Collision, Capital Metro, Amazon, Cici's Pizza, Firehouse, Police Station, Amy's Ice Cream, and more
Mixed Theme Week: This week will be a combination of our theme weeks with a variety of locations from each theme. We are going to have more activities focused on our 11-15 year old campers during the weeks of June 3 & August 12th. We recommend these weeks if your camper is aged 11-15 and is looking for swimming, bouldering, kayaking, and more in-depth tours of Austin locations.
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Children will travel with a camp counselor via CapMetro to their scheduled destination, explore, enjoy a picnic lunch, explore some more, and then return back to their drop off/pick up location. The schedule of activities are planned in advance but subject to change due to weather. There is a great deal of walking, with a focus on fitness and healthy eating during our camp.
Kids have more fun when their friends join the adventure! Refer a friend for one week for a $25 credit ($50 credit for a two week sign up).
ATX Kids Club is licensed by the Texas Department of State Health Services. Field Trip Leaders receive training, CPR/First Aid/Water Safety certified, background checks and are hired based on educational focus & experience with children.
Filter your park location (drop down menu) to make your search easier. For kids ages 4-15
CapMetro Trips Include:
Austin Nature & Science Center, Bob Bullock Museum, Blanton Museum, Capitol, Elisabet Ney Museum, George Washington Carver Museum, Harry Ransom Center, LBJ Library, Mexi-Arte Museum, Splash Exhibit (Barton Springs), Texas Memorial Museum, Thinkery, Auditorium Shores, Butler Sprinkler Park, Castle Hill, French Legation Museum, Pease Park, Ladybird Lake Boardwalk, South Congress, Congress Street Bridge, Texas State Cemetery, UT Tower Garden, Stark Center, Mexican-American Cultural Center, Umlauf Sculpture Garden, Barton Springs, Deep Eddy, Zilker Park, Zilker Botanical Gardens, and more.
15-passenger Van Trips: