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Spring Break Camps in St. Petersburg

Updated: Mar 5, 2019

A list of fun and educational 2019 spring break camps in St. Petersburg, Florida for kids of all ages.

Spring Break Camps St. Petersburg Florida Kids

Spring break is fast approaching for Pinellas County Schools, and if you'll spend the week working, you're going to need somewhere to send your kids. Even if you have time off, you may want to schedule a fun activity for them to enjoy your own break.

The following youth programs come to the rescue with spring break camps to keep kids happily occupied and learning during the break. Be sure to register now, these camps fill up quickly!

*This list will be updated as new camp registrations open.

Animal Detectives

Young animal detectives will creatively explore the local environment while finding evidence of native wildlife. Practice bird and frog calls, investigate track and scat measurements, look for alligator signs, and learn to identify spiders and insects. Go on nature walks and scavenger hunts, make art, and play games!

Boyd Hill Nature Preserve

March 8, 10:00am-4:00pm

Ages 4 to 7

Cost: $35

Circus Spring Camp

Kids will have a chance to try AcroYoga, Aerial Arts, Juggling, Handstands, Parkour, Clowning and more this spring!

The Movement Sanctuary

March 11 - 15, 9:00am-3:00pm

Ages 8 to 12

$195/week with Groupon discount

Family Vacation Camp

Come celebrate with Highland Recreation Complex during spring break week.  This camp will provide various family vacation themed spring activities, crafts and games.  Campers will travel to an offsite location one day during the week for a field trip.   All participants must pack a lunch and wear tennis shoes.

Highland Recreation Complex, Largo

March 11-15, 7:00am-6:00pm

Grades K-5

Cost: $90/residents, $108/nonresidents

Nature Around the World Camp

International environmental educator Amalia Fernand will take campers on a tour of the world’s natural settings with songs and other activities that create a comprehensive picture of world geography. Limit of 30 campers.

Boyd Hill Nature Preserve

March 11-15, 9:00am-4:00pm (extended care available)

Ages 4 to 7

Cost: $150

Pioneer Camp

Campers experience a time when family, friendship and character were as important as food, water and shelter. Activities are adapted from the Association of Experiential Education to foster team building, leadership and self-esteem. Limit of 45 campers.

Boyd Hill Nature Preserve

March 11-15, 9:00am-4:00pm (extended care available)

Ages 7 to 13

Cost: $130

School of Skatin Spring Skateboarding Camp

The School of Skatin has a fun-filled spring camp planned this year with amazing field trips to skate parks, lessons, clinics, and fun interactive activities . The camp caters to all skill levels, beginner to advanced. Come shred and have the most amazing spring break!

School of Skatin

March 11-15, 8:00am-5:30pm

Ages 5 to 15

Cost: $160/week or $50/day

Spring Break Camp

By choosing Bayside Sports Academy for your child's camp you are giving them a time of fun-filled activities. The children will stay busy learning gymnastics skills as they improve their physical well-being and self-esteem through gymnastics instruction, games, and relay races. Full- and Half-Day Camps are available!

Bayside Sports Academy

March 11-15, 9:00am-4:00pm (full day), 9:00am-12:30pm or 12:30-4:00pm (half day)

Ages 5 to 13 (age by 9/1/18)

Cost: $180/week (full), $130/week (half), daily rates available

Spring Break Camp

Whether you are looking for a week of educational, nurturing fun for your kid or simply a day or two of activities outside of the norm, the YMCA has what you need for spring break camp!

Jim & Heather Gills YMCA

March 8, 11-15, 7:00am-6:00pm

Ages 5 to 12

Cost: $150/members, $195/nonmembers

Spring Break Camp

Register your child for Spring Break Camp at the James B. Sanderlin Neighborhood Family Center. Field trips every day!

The Sanderlin Center

March 11-15

Ages 6 to 14

Cost: $50/week ($25/after care)

Spring Break Mythology Workshop

Spend Spring Break learning and performing stories from Greek Mythology with Gulfport Community Players Junior Stars!

Back Door Theater

March 11-15, 9:00am-2:00pm

Ages 5 to 15

Cost: $75, sibling/returning student discounts and scholarships available

Spring into Art Camp

Campers will experience a variety of different art mediums including but not limited to: clay, ceramics, water color, canvas painting, bubble painting, glass painting, etc. Camp will include educational components during project instruction. A kid-friendly film will be shown during lunch break.

Practically Pikasso

March 8, 11-15, 9:30am-4:00am (full day), 9:30am-12:00pm (half day), extended care available

Ages 5 to 12

Cost: $330/6 full days, $65/single full day, $210/6 half days, $45/single half day, sibling discounts available

Spring Training Camp

Take me out to the ballgame! Enjoy a day filled with baseball themed games and activities.  All participants must pack a lunch and wear tennis shoes.

Highland Recreation Complex, Largo

March 8, 7:00am-6:00pm

Grades K-5

Cost: $14/residents, $17/nonresidents

Sprouts Camp

Each day this program includes a combination of nature stories, songs, games, crafts and hikes to explore the outdoors. The goal is to nurture a child’s curiosity, help them acquire developmentally appropriate skills and instill an appreciation and respect for our natural world. Limit of 15 campers.

Boyd Hill Nature Preserve

March 11-15, 9:00am-12:00pm

Ages 3 to 4

Cost: $65

St. Petersburg Parks & Recreation Playcamp

This very popular camp program is designed to give youth fun, engaging and memorable times while vacationing from school. Features include creative planned activities with well trained coaches, indoor and outdoor rotating activities, and special events.

St. Petersburg Recreation Centers

March 11-15, 7:30am-5:30pm

Grades K-8

Cost: $90/week, fee assistance available

UF/IFAS Going Coastal Spring Break Camp

This spring break camp at Weedon Island Preserve is a three-day, marine science-themed camp for students ages 7 to 11. Taught by UF/IFAS Extension Florida Sea Grant Agent Libby Carnahan, the camp offers a fun balance of educational and recreational activities to engage and challenge your student!

Weedon Island Preserve

March 12-14, 9:00am-4:00pm

Ages 7 to 11

Cost: $100, scholarships & sibling discounts available

Yummy Food Science Camp

Learn all about the science of food, and create your own culinary masterpieces.

McGough Nature Park, Largo

March 11-15, 8:00am-5:30pm

Ages 7 to 12

Cost: $99/residents, $124/nonresidents