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Registration Opens in February!
Offering Summer Camp programs for children ages 3-15, Kidventure is the best choice for summer camps in Dallas. Since 1994, Kidventure’s low ratios, highly-trained all-adult staff, safety standards that exceed State requirements, and value-driven summer curriculum set us apart. Simply put, we cut no corners in providing the highest quality summer experience for our campers and their families.
Find the Program that Fits Your Child
Program Age Group Availability, Dates, and Pricing Vary By Location.
Ages: 3-5 Yrs. Old Type: Day Camp
Overview: Discover the world through sensory learning, fine and gross motor skill development, and meaningful friendships.
Activities Include: Interactive Centers Time | Hands-on Arts and Crafts | Immersive Science | Creative Unstructured Play Time | Social Integration Activities | Splash Day | Music and Rhythm Learning
Ages: Grades 1 – 7 Type: Day Camp
Overview: Explore the world in a high-activity setting through diverse camp week themes, personal achievement and lasting friendships.
Activities Include: Weekly Field Trips | Games and Athletics | Camper Awards Camper Choice Art | Science Experiments | Team Confidence Building | Special Guests and Events
Ages: 8-13 Yrs. Old Type: Texas Overnight Camp
Overview: Safari provides one and two week adventures into the heart of the Texas Hill Country, with a focus on team building, leadership and self-confidence.
Activities Include: Horseback Riding | Ropes Challenge Course | Environmental and Wildlife Education | Tribal Challenges | Leather Art | Archery | River Activities | Safari Mud Fight | Costume and Dance Parties
Ages: 13-15 Yrs. Old Type: Texas Overnight Camp
Overview: With a focus on outdoor challenges, leadership, and community service, ECHO offers a life-changing experience that is unlike any other camp program available.
Activities Include: River Front | Rock Climbing | Sports | Caving | Backpacking | Blob | Small Group Activities | Kayaking | Sherpa Trek | Community Service Project | The Mud Crater