President’s Day, Ski Week & Spring Break Camps – 2020

(Updated on January 15, 2020)

Your kids are off school for President’s Week or Ski Week. And Spring Break is around the corner too. Find a camp near you to keep the kids active and learning over break! Some of these camps offer one-day drop in rates for the ultimate flexibility!

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See the full list of camps for kids’ holiday breaks >>

In San Francisco:
Adventure Camps, San Francisco – President’s Day & Spring Break Camp
Bricks 4 Kidz SF, San Francisco – President’s Day & Spring Break Camps
Brainvyne, San Francisco – Spring Break Camp
Always Learning and Growing, San Francisco – Spring Break Camp
Legarza Basketball Camps and Classes, San Francisco – Spring Break Camp

SF Peninsula/San Mateo County:
Aviation Camp, San Carlos – President’s Week & Spring Break Camps
Cool Coyote Kids Camp, Woodside – Spring Break Camp
Legarza Basketball, San Carlos – President’s Week Camp
Kidizens, Belmont – President’s Week/Ski Week & Spring Break Camps
Art-Smart Studios, San Mateo – President’s Week & Spring Break Camps
Cool Coyote Kids Camp – Burlingame – Spring Break Camp

SF South Bay/Santa Clara County:
Bald Eagle Sports Camp – Los Altos – Spring Break Sports Camp
AYSO Soccer Camp – Palo Alto, Pacifica & Foster City – Spring Break Camp
Camp Galileo – Saratoga – Spring Break STEM Camp
Way To Go Programs -Los Altos – President’s Week/Ski Week Camp
Communication Academy – Cupertino -President’s Week/Ski Week Camp
MVLA with Coach Ken – Mountain View – President’s Week Soccer Camp
FUZE Fit For a Kid – San Jose – President’s Week
CD’s Kids Art Studio – San Jose – President’s Week

East Bay:
Camp Galileo – Oakland – Spring Break STEM Camp
Growfit – San Ramon – Spring Break Sports Camp
Bladium – Alameda – President’s Week and Spring Break Soccer & Rock Climbing Camps
Code For Fun – Fremont – Spring Break Coding Camps

See more camps for President’s Day, Spring Break and other school holidays >>

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