Well, that’s a very strange end to a very strange school year. So what’s next?
Due to the coronavirus, many summer camps have canceled this summer. However, there are some that are going forward, albeit it with reduced capacities and schedules. Below is our list of summer camps around the Fort that are up and running!
Fort Worth Zoo Camp
Although they canceled the first week of camp, Zoo Camp, beloved by generations of Fort Worth children is up and running. To check availability, click here.
Fort Wonder Summer Camps
Fort Wonder Summer Camps at Fort Worth Country Day School has canceled camps that were scheduled between May 26 and July 3. At press time, they are still holding all camps scheduled between July 6 and August 7. Click here for continuing updated information.
MYT Art Studio
MYT Art has a full schedule of summer camps restricted to six campers per camp session. For more information, including discounts, click here.
Texas Center for Arts and Academics
The TCAA summer camp schedule isn’t up yet, but it’s coming! Virtual art camps will begin in late June, so check back at www.artsacademics.org/summer in the coming days for more information.
Camp Fire Day Camps
While Camp El Tesoro’s camps have been cancelled this summer, a decision hasn’t been made regarding the community-based day camps. Click here for more information updates.
All Saints’ Episcopal
All Saints’ is going forward with a reduced day camp schedule, including some online camps. For more information, click here.
The Reading Connection
According to their website, the Reading Connection is going forward with their summer intensives. However, as we cannot confirm this, please call 817-924-2000 to confirm!
TCU Summer Camps
TCU decided to cancel all camps this summer. This includes athletic camps, as well.
Key Summer will offer high quality, live instruction online this summer. For more information, click here.