Are you looking for a summer camp in the westside of Spartanburg? Here’s our list of venues that offer summer camps on the westside of town. No matter the type of camp you’re looking for, you’re sure to find it on our list!
Looking for more summer camps in Spartanburg? Check out our Ultimate Guide to Summer Camp in Spartanburg.
ELC offers four different camps for children 3 months old – 2nd grade. The camps run from 9am-12pm Monday-Thursday.
Spartanburg Martial Arts offers a weekly summer camp for students from kindergarten – 8th grade Monday-Friday. In addition to martial arts lessons, Kickin’ Kids take daily field trips, play games, and practice sports.
“Bootcamp for the brain,” Wired Minds summer camps are offered throughout the summer, Monday through Friday 9 am – 4:30 pm with early drop-off and late-pickup available. They offer a wide variety of themed weekly camps for students entering 5th-8th grade weekly. Their camps cover STEM and writing. See their website to view different camps and specific information detailing costs.
For the safety of the camp community, Wired Minds has implemented a COVID-19 protocol.
Fun golf summer camp for girls and boys, ages 5-14. Skill specific golf games, fitness activities, themed activities, swimming, arts and crafts. All skill levels welcome.
A variety of half- and full-day camps from June 8-August 14, 2020. Ages 3-13. Registration is available for both Middle Tyger Family YMCA and Thomas E. Hannah YMCA.
Camp Little Brave is a camp hosted by the YMCA for children 3-4 years old on Mondays-Fridays from 9am-1pm. Children will make crafts, play games and have weekly swimming lessons. Cost varies depending on membership.
In addition, YMCA offers several different sports or specialty camps (such as soccer, equestrian and fishing camps) with various dates, age groups and costs. Please see the website for specific information about registering for these camps.
For the safety of the camp community, YMCA has implemented a COVID-19 protocol.
Camps are for ages 8-16 with a different theme each week. “Our sessions are designed to teach kids how to have fun in the kitchen while still being educational. Students will learn new kitchen skills, gain knowledge of healthy foods and how to prepare them, make new friends and build confidence!”
Sylvan Learning offers over 10 different learning camps to keep students engaged in learning during the summer. Various camps apply hands-on learning, review, and fun for writing, reading, mathematics, science and technology. Camps start at Pre-K through 9th grade with costs varying. You may view the specifics of each camp and register online.
Creating Artists for Tomorrow offers a variety of art summer camps where campers will spend their days creating masterpieces. For ages 4-9, they offer half-day camps. For ages 8-12, they offer full-day camps. Additionally, they offer a tween retreat for children aged 11 and older.
For the safety of the camp community, Creating Artists for Tomorrow has implemented a COVID-19 protocol this year.
The Westside Club offers multiple camp options (tennis, swim team and discovery) for members and nonmembers. See their website for specific pricing information for their different camps.