Mid-Winter and Spring Break Camps in the SF Bay Area

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Mid-winter Break, otherwise known as “Ski Week”, is almost here for many SF Bay Area schools, a mere eight weeks after the end of the regular winter break. Then there will be Spring Break coming up in March or April. While the kids are certainly thrilled, the plethora of breaks do create a challenge for parents who aren’t able to take additional time off from work to actually go skiing or take that trip to Disneyland.

Luckily, many local summer camps offer mid-winter and spring break options so the kids can have fun and adventure right near home. You’ll find many options on ActivityHero. Now is a great time to consider testing a camp out you’d like to try for the summer and start thinking about coordinating summer plans. Here are some great camps we’ve found:

Cool Coyote Kids Camp Portola Valley.
February Ski Week Camp focuses on nature in all her glory. This is a camp where kids can be kids while communing with the animals, hiking and exploring the great outdoors.

Castle Rock Arabians, Walnut Creek
The ultimate choice for a horse-crazy kid – spend time learning basic horsemanship, plus horse related arts and crafts!

BrainVyne, Fremont
Send your kids to this Spring Break Camp for some LEGO powered FUN! Science, engineering and art are just some of the activities your kids will love in the camp.
A Little Yumminess, San Francisco
In this culinary camp for kids, they will explore the magic of cooking around the world, at the same time immersing themselves in different culinary cultures.

Check back, We’ll be adding more camps soon, and use the great search tools on ActivityHero to find great camps and also classes and birthday parties!

Share the camps you know about that will be offering kids a fun camp during the school break!

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