Kidventure serves the Kessler community and its children with a summer program rooted in adventure, learning, and growth. Set at the Kessler School, Camp Kessler provides exceptional athletic and educational amenities in an inspiring setting convenient to Kessler Park and Bishop Arts District.
|Explorers||Entering 1st Grade-Entering 5th Grade|
Discoverers must be fully potty trained at the time of camp.
Each camp week is Monday-Friday. The cost of each week of camp includes special activities, guest speakers, daily snack, and all other camp activities.
|Curbside Drop Off||7:45 a.m. – 8:15 a.m.|
|Regular Camp||8:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.|
|Curbside Pick Up||3:00 p.m.-3:15 p.m.|
|Camp Tuition and Optional Add On||Times||Cost|
|Regular Camp Day||8:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.||$320 per week|
|Optional Add On: Post Camp||3:00 p.m.-6:00 p.m.||$40 per week|
Kidventure does offer a Multi Child Discount. The discount is full tuition price for the first child and then 10% off the base tuition for each additional child.
At the time of registration, a $75 deposit will be charged for each session of camp. Deposits apply toward your camper(s) tuition.
When you register for camp sessions, you will have the option to pay for your sessions in full at the time of registration or enroll in our payment plans. Our payment plans are set up as automatic billing payments for your convenience. If you select this option, you will pay the $75 deposits for each session you selected at checkout and then you will be automatically billed your remaining balances 10 days prior to each session starting.
|Session 1||June 6-10|
|$75 deposit due at time of registration||Remaining tuition auto-billed May 27|
|SUMMER 2022||SESSION NAME|
|June 21-24||Session 3|
|June 27-July 1||Session 4|
|July 5-8||Session 5|
|July 11-15||Session 6|
|July 18-22||Session 7|
|July 25-29||Session 8|
Every camp week is a unique adventure designed to provide our campers with a wide variety of activities and events designed to promote fun, learning, and development. All activities are based on our 4 Cornerstones of Creativity, Physical Activity, Exploration, and Reflection.
|1. CREATIVITY||Craft Art, Story time, Art Centers, Imagination Centers, Process Art|
|2. PHYSICAL ACTIVITY||Rock Climbing, Gaga Ball, Playground, Music and Movement|
|3. EXPLORATION||Science Centers, Playground, Splash Day, Imagination Centers, Special Activities|
|4. REFLECTION||Ribbons, Chill Time, Yoga|
|1. CREATIVITY||Process Art, Craft Art, Game Creation, Marble Run, Improv, Creative Writing|
|2. PHYSICAL ACTIVITY||Rock Wall, Archery Tag, Game Creation, Playground, Gaga Ball, Nine Square|
|3. EXPLORATION||Playground, Science Activity|
|4. REFLECTION||Group Discussion, Yoga, Ribbons, Creative writing, Game Creation|
Each camp session, we will feature a Special Activity brought into camp to further enhance the activity for our campers. These will consist of Rock Climbing Walls, Archery Tag, and Low Ropes Team Building events.
Because our Discoverers (ages 3-5) don’t travel on field trips, we bring the field trip to them! Each week we invite a special guest, venue, or other providers to enrich their camp experience. Those will be listed below.
|June 21-24||Dance with Ms. Libby|
|June 27-July 1||Kidventure’s Trio of Heroes|
|July 5-8||Hooray for the USA with Patriotic Patty|
|July 11-15||Fun Times Party Rental: Bounce Houses|
|July 18-22||Bubble Vibez: Foam Party|
|July 25-29||Nexplore: BrickLab – Magic Beans|
Please note: Special Activities and Guest Speakers are subject to change
NOTE: Field Trips are age-appropriate for our Explorer program. Explorer campers will be transported to and from the field trips on Luxury Charter Buses.
|June 21-24||Perot Museum of Nature & Science|
|June 27-July 1||KidZania USA|
|July 5-8||Ninja Nation|
|July 11-15||*All Camps @ Broadway Dallas|
|July 18-22||Hawaiian Falls|
|July 25-29||Fort Worth Museum of Science & History|
*All Camps Week is a Kidventure tradition where each of our sites puts together a performance consisting of a chant and dance routine. When we field trip that week, all our sites come together and perform — with the winning site receiving the coveted Spirit Stick! After the performances, our sites participate in whatever activities we have set up for them. (Our campers are not required to participate in the competition, but we do encourage them to go outside of their comfort zones and challenge themselves to perform.)
Please note: Field Trips are subject to change due to weather and other circumstances
The most important factor in your child’s camp experience is the quality of their camp team. Without a doubt, we recruit, hire, train and maintain the most qualified and talented staff anywhere.