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Arts Council of Princeton

102 Witherspoon St., Princeton
609-924-8777
April 11-15
$420

Explore drawing, watercolor and acrylic painting in the morning, and in the afternoon study sculpture through ceramics and paper mache in this immersive studio art week. Ages 5-12. (WAITLIST ONLY)

Branchburg Sports Complex

47 Readington Rd., Branchburg
908-203-1600
April 11-15
$45/half day, $65/full day

Campers ages 5-13 can attend the School’s Out program, which has arcade games, batting cages, field sports, a GaGa pit, PlayMaze and boasts time in a multi-level 9,000 square foot laser tag arena. Full- and half-day options are available. Hot lunch can be purchased for $6/day. Before care (8-9 am, $10/day) and aftercare (4-6 pm, $16/day) are available. Activities are indoors; the facility is more than 78,000 square feet and kids will social distance in predetermined groups.

Dutch Total Soccer

300 Memorial Dr., Somerset
732-748-4625
April 11-15 & April 18-22
$275

Join up for full-day camp where boys and girls ages 6-13 get to work alongside the pros to hone their soccer skills. Children will be divided into groups based on skill level and camp runs from 9am-3pm.

Gravity Vault

40 Watchung Ave., Chatham
973-701-7625
April 12 -15
9-11 am, noon-2 pm
$60/session member, $50/non-member

Get your lil’ climbers out of the house and keep their minds and bodies moving with top-rope climbing, games and other activities which will help them boost their confidence and increase their strength. With multiple rock walls to scale, this camp is ideal for first-timers or experienced climbers. They can race to the top and maybe even try their hand at balancing on a slack line.

HealthBarn USA

1057 Hillcrest Rd., Ridgewood
201-444-2955
March 21-25 & April 11-15
Starting at $120

HealthBarn USA’s holiday camps are for children ages 4-12 who love to cook, compost and go on nature hikes. Transform your kids into adventurous healthy eaters at these weekly camps that run from 9am-3pm.

Hunterdon Art Museum

7 Lower Center St., Clinton
908-735-8415
April 15
Prices vary by camp

Try Spring Break Mini Camp: Drawing & Painting for ages 5-9 where kids will play with shapes and colors to create beautiful drawings and paintings. There’s also Spring Break Mini Camp: Lunch with the Bunch where activities include games and free drawing.

St. Hubert’s Animal Welfare Center

575 Woodland Ave., Madison
973-377-2295
April 12 -15
$200

Critter Camp is an educational experience for young animal advocates grades 4-6 who love animals, enjoy learning more about them and about the role of the animal shelter. Camp activities include guest speakers, both live and virtual, who will bring a variety of topics and animals for the campers to meet, shelter tours to observe adoptable animals, pet-related games and making animal enrichment crafts.

Superdome Sports

134 Hopper Ave., Waldwick
201-444-7660
April 11-15 & April 18-22
Prices vary

Choose from two camps for kids ages 5-14, Soccer or All Sports. At Soccer Camp, they’ll focus on technical, tactical and physical development with pro trainers. At All Sports Camp, kids can play multiple sports, like flag football, kickball and dodgeball, plus contests, raffles, arts and crafts and more. Kids are split into age groups and must wear masks when they’re not playing. There will be breaks for water and snacks. Half and full days available.

Tenafly Nature Center

313 Hudson Ave., Tenafly
201-568-6093
April 11-15
$85/full day, $55/half

When school’s out, the nature center will host two camps, one for grades 1-6 and another for Pre-K-K. Campers will hit the woods and trails, make crafts, share stories and play games, all while learning about the environment. Camp is completely outdoors, so activities may include hikes and visits with live animals. Kids must wear masks and be prepared for inclement weather because camp is held rain or shine. Full- and half-day options are available.

TGA Premier Sports

Locations in Lawrenceville 609-558-7342, Springfield  732-835-8842 and Oakland 201-230-9502
Week of April 11

If your child is missing physical activity, try one of TGA’s outdoor spring break camps in Bergen county. From tennis and golf to multi-sport, you can choose half-day or full-day options for these week-long programs. See each program for more information on registration and pricing.

Turtle Back Zoo

560 Northfield Ave., West Orange
973-731-5800
April 12-14 & April 19-21
$90/day

The NJ zoo that’s consistently voted the favorite by our readers for its 200+ species representing animals around the world will host a spring break camp for ages 5-10. Kids also love the Turtle Back Zoo for its treetop adventure course with zip lines. At spring break camp, kids will dive into animal and conservation-themed activities and games. They’ll also take part in behind-the-scenes visits, up-close animal encounters and science crafts. (REGISTRATION CLOSED, LINK WILL BE RE-POSTED IF SPOTS OPEN UP)

Urban Sewciety

361 South Ave E. Ste 4 (2nd Fl), Westfield
908-232-0600
April 11 – 15
$120-$295

There are two morning camps available — bag making for ages 7 and up and knitting 101 for ages 8 and up. For the bag making, students must first take the beginner workshop to enroll.

Visual Arts Center of New Jersey

68 Elm St., Summit
908-273-9121
April 11 – 15
$340

Your child will delight in making artistic creations at this fun camp. Kids are broken up into groups by age with children ages 6-9 attending in the morning and tweens 10-12 in the afternoon.

West Windsor Arts Center

952 Alexander Rd., Princeton Junction
973-731-5800
April 15, 18-22 (April 20 sold out)
Daily rate: $99 members, $110 non-members

Teaching artists will provide personal, meaningful and fun art content to keep your child engaged each day. Projects will include drawing, painting, sculpting activities and games.