March 11, 2021

Spring Break is your child's last holiday before school is out for summer.

Here are some terrific options the kiddos will be sure to enjoy!

*Note, (B) indicates before care is available. (A) indicates after care is available. Visit camp's website for applicable fees.

All Sports Camp at Loyola University (B)(A)
Ages: 5–12
Cost: $50/day, $225/week
Dates: April 1–2, 5–9, 9 am-3 pm
Loyola University Sports Complex, 7214 St Charles Ave.
504.356.1812
junctionplacesports.com / [email protected]
All Sports Camp at Loyola University Sports Complex emphasizes playing the “right way,” concentrating on sportsmanship, fundamentals, rules, hustle, positive attitude, and the ability and willingness to listen and learn.

ArtCamp 504 Spring Break Camp (Virtual)
Ages: 6–15
Cost: $115–$195, varies based on class selected
Dates: March 29–April 2, April 5–9, times vary based on class selected
504.913.2989
artcamp504.org / [email protected]
Young artists receive direct instruction and feedback in our small classes, capped at six students each. Classes meet daily and include a 30-minute “Zoom hang” after each lesson. Students have creative assignments to complete between classes. Family and friends are invited to tune in on Fridays for a spectacular live presentation.

Big Easy Sportsplex All Sports Camp (B)(A)
Ages: 4–12, boys and girls
Cost: $50/day, $280/week
Dates: April 1–6, 9 am-3 pm
800 Webb St., Jefferson
504.733.0046
bigeasysportsplex.com / [email protected]
Camps provide instruction, drills, and games in multiple sports, including baseball, softball, cabbage ball, football, soccer, basketball, and dodge & kick ball. Strength, balance, and speed are incorporated into all daily activities for growing athletes who are ready to take their ability to the next level.  

Culinary Kids Spring Break Day Camp (B)(A)
Ages: 4–12
Cost: $75/day, $335/week
Dates: April 2, 5–8, 9 am–3 pm
915 Marigny Ave., Mandeville
985.727.5553
culinarykidsns.com / [email protected]
Kids cook their own breakfasts, lunches, snacks, and desserts, and make drinks, garden, enjoy guest visitors with treats, and conduct science experiments, play indoor/outdoor games, and have great fun with friends! 

Easter Workshop at Art Time
Ages: 5–8th Grade
Cost: Varies by workshop selected 
Dates: April 5–7, time varies by workshop selected
705 Ashbury Drive, Mandeville
985.674.2023
arttime.biz / [email protected]
Art Time is an art school for ages 4 years–adults. They offer weekly classes in the fall/spring, summer camps, birthday parties, and field trips.

Greater New Orleans STEM Eggstraordinary Stem Adventure Workshop (Virtual)
Grades: 3–7
Cost: $50/student
Dates: April 1, 10 am–noon
504.280.5715
gnostem.org / [email protected] / [email protected]
Sponsored by Chevron, the workshop offers students and teachers the opportunity to expand their STEM skills and knowledge, and learn about career opportunities in STEM fields. Participants enjoy a fun and busy virtual “hands-on” STEM experience, learning team building and critical skills in reasoning and analytical thinking. No prior experience is needed to participate.

Franco's Athletic Club Spring Break Camp
Ages: 5–13
Cost: Contact for information.
Dates: April 2, 5–6, 8 am–5:30 pm
985.792.0210
100 Bon Temps Roule, Mandeville
francosmandeville.com / [email protected]
Campers will enjoy arts and crafts, themed/adventure days, and more.

Junction Place Sports Spring Break All Sports Camp (B)(A)
Ages: 5–12
Cost: $50/day, $135/week 1, $225/week 2
Dates: March 29–April 2 (Week 1), April 5–9 (Week 2), 9 am–3 pm
504.356.1812
5620 Crawford St., Elmwood
junctionplacesportsplex.com / [email protected]
All Sports Camp is filled with fun, movement, modified game play, and instruction while being COVID compliant.

Kidcam Holiday Camp at Aurora United Methodist
Ages: PreK 4–13
Cost: $40/day, $170/5-day session, April 1–7; April 8–9 available as add-on days)
Dates: April 1–9, 7:30 am–5:30 pm
844.4KIDCAM
3300 Eton St., Algiers
kidcamcamp.com / [email protected]
Campers enjoy indoor & outdoor games, gym play, holiday-themed arts & crafts, food crafts, cooperative games, inflatables, fitness, and much more.

Kidsports at Ochsner Fitness Center Camp
Ages: 3–12
Dates: Contact for more information.
Cost: Contact for more information.
1200 S. Clearview Parkway, Harahan
504.842.9544
ochsner.org/locations/kidsports
Campers enjoy crawling through the giant, two-story adventure challenge maze, discovering the ins and outs of our pirate ship playground, bouncing in the spacewalk, swimming in the beautiful outdoor pools, creating arts & crafts, and going on exciting and educational field trips. 

New Orleans JCC Metairie Mini Camp
Ages: 4–11, members only
Dates: March 30–April 2, 8:30 am–3:30 pm
Cost: $65/day, $260/week
504.887.5158
3747 W. Esplanade Ave., Metairie
nojcc.org
At the J, campers enjoy active days of fun, entertaining, supervised play. A great opportunity to hang out with friends from camp and meet some new buddies.

New Orleans JCC Uptown Mini Camp
Grades: K–5th, members only
Dates: April 2, 5–9, 8:30 am–4 pm
Cost: $70/day, $350/week
504.897.0143
5342 St. Charles Ave.
nojcc.org
School's Out...but the JCC is IN! When school is not in session, kids enjoy entertaining, supervised days of group activities, creative arts, athletic games, and more. 

Open Arms Community Center's Spring/Easter Break Camp (B)(A)
Ages: 5–13
Cost: $35/day (before April 1), $40/day (after April 1)
Date: April 5–6, 9 am–4 pm
1410 8th St., Slidell
985.259.4781
Activities planned include a Easter Donut making class, Eggactly Stuffed Egg cooking class, Easter Egg Hunt, Arts and Crafts, He has risen Bible studies, computer lab fun, games and contest, and so much more.

Pony Tales Spring Break Camp (B)(A)
Ages: 5–12
Dates: March 29–Apr. 9, 9 am–3 pm
Costs: $59/1-day, $55/2-4 days, $48/5+ days
504.469.0148
ponytalesbirthdays.com / [email protected]
Campers enjoy daily riding and lessons appropriate to each camper's age and experience. Plus, horse and pony safety, education, learning, crafts, and games – fun will be had by all!

Posh Paint Pub Holiday Camp (A)
Ages: 5–13
Dates: March 31–April 2 and April 5–7; 9 am–noon or 1–3 pm
Cost: $65/day, $130/2-days, $186/3-days
504.835.4155
3218 Taft Park, Metairie
poshpaintpub.com / [email protected]
Crafting, pottery-painting, and classic Easter traditions leading up to Easter. Come back for more fun after Easter and enjoy clay-building, canvas-painting, and some surprise gift-making.

Spring “OMG-I-Need-A Break” Camp (B)(A)
Ages: 5+
Dates: Coming soon, visit website for more information. 9 am-3 pm, before/after care available upon request.
Cost: $70+
415.786.3317
Lolo's Studio Youth Yoga + Fitness, 6107 Magazine St., New Orleans
lolosstudio.com / [email protected]
Let your kids have fun while painting, creating, moving, chilling, and laughing while you catch a breath and do whatever you need to do. All healthy lunch, snacks, art materials, and yoga mats provided. Easy, breezy!

YMCA Belle Chasse Spring Break Camp
Ages: 3 (fully potty trained)–14
Dates: April 5–9, 7:30 am–6 pm
Cost: Contact for more information.
504.392.9622
ymcaneworleans.org / [email protected]
The YMCA is the place to be when kids are out of school! Kids have the opportunity to play sports, create arts and crafts, and make new friends. School’s Out Camp offers a safe and engaging atmosphere for your kids so parents can have peace of mind while at work. At the Y, we’re here for family!

YMCA East Jefferson Spring Break Camp
Ages: 5–12
Dates: April 2–6, 7:30 am-3:30 pm
Cost: Contact for more information.
ymcaneworleans.org / [email protected]
The YMCA is the place to be when kids are out of school! Kids have the opportunity to play sports, create arts and crafts, and make new friends. School’s Out Camp offers a safe and engaging atmosphere for your kids so parents can have peace of mind while at work. At the Y, we’re here for family!

Planning for summer break already? Let our Summer Camp Directory help you find the best camp for your kiddo!

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