Looking for something fun to do this spring break? The City of Carlsbad has it covered with a variety of sports and adventure camps, running April 7 through 11, for kids ages 3 to 13.
Children ages 4 to 6 will learn the fundamentals of soccer, basketball, tee-ball, flag football and track and field all in one week with Master Sport Jr., held at Stagecoach Community Park.
Teamwork and good sportsmanship will be the focus of Master Sport Xtreme dodgeball at Stagecoach Community Center. This fun, fast-paced camp is designed for children ages 7 to 13.
Sports fans will enjoy the Coast 2 Coast soccer camp at Poinsettia Community Park for kids ages 4 to 12, where they will focus on improving ball skills and having fun. The European Fantasy Factory sports camp for kids ages 5 to 13, held at the new Alga Norte Community Park, will introduce campers to a variety of European sports such as cricket, hockey, track & field, basketball, paddle tennis, volleyball, croquet, bocce ball and more.
Skaters ages 5 to 12 will love the cool new Denny Cooper's Rippers skateboarding camp at the new Alga Norte Skatepark. They’ll become confident skaters in no time during this week practicing proper foot placement, balance, basic tricks, proper skatepark etiquette and safety.
Parents looking for full-day spring camps with a variety of activities for 6 to 13 year olds need look no further than the City of Carlsbad’s Kidz and Explorer camps. This camp offers sports, crafts and water play along with a fieldtrip to the movies and LEGOLAND. Campers meet at Pine Avenue Park from 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. each day.
And in the half-day Pee Wee camp for children ages 3 to 5 at Holiday Park’s Scout House, children will love the arts and crafts, dancing and play, provided by a well-trained, caring staff.
“We’ve got some great new camps for Carlsbad kids to try this spring break, as well as the traditional camps they know and love,” said Michael Bodman, recreation supervisor for the City of Carlsbad. “We look forward to keeping your kids active and helping them make new friends in environments that make them comfortable, supervised by counselors their parents trust.”
–City of Carlsbad