Beaumont has the summer camps the kids want


The kids are out of school and you need something to keep them busy this summer. Luckily for those in Beaumont and Southeast Texas, our area offers summer camps for everyone to keep them entertained. From cooking to golf and everything in between, your kids will all want to attend!

5 Under Golf Center hosts its annual summer golf camp for kids ages 6-12. The weekly camps last three days each and will take place from May 24 to August 4 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. Registration is $120 per child and includes admission to the Academy, TopGolf Gameplay and instruction, unlimited lunch and drinks, gift bags and a medal of completion.

ArtVentures Art Museum of Southeast Texas Summer Camp (June 13-July 22)

At AMSET’s popular summer camp, children aged 5-14 can choose from many course options for intensive, high-quality arts education experiences taught by professional artists and art educators. Campers are divided into three age groups for half-day or full-week courses, all designed with age-appropriate art activities from June 3 to July 22 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. Registration is $80 for members and $140 for non-members.

Beaumont Children’s Museum Summer Camps (June 13 to August 5)


Beaumont Children Museum camps are designed to inspire imagination, creativity and instill the wonder of learning! Talented staff, volunteers and guest experts from the local community lead experiments and activities with different interactive and hands-on projects. So when school is out, join them for an exciting summer learning experience! The BCM offers eight weeks of different camps, including Robotics 1.0, Space Rangers, Critter Camp and more. Registration is $200 for 5 full days, $150 for 5 half days and $130 for 4 half days.

John Jay French Museum Camp Lookinback (July 12-15)

Camp Lookinback is a fun and educational four-day summer camp held on the grounds of the historic John Jay French Museum. Children, ages 6 to 11, experience another era of Texas history in a safe and nurturing environment. Every day children will be able to do hands-on activities related to the 1800s from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. Camp Lookinback is fun for boys and girls! Registration is $65 for members and $75 for non-members.

McFaddin-Ward House Museum Ranching Round-Up Summer Camp (June 27-29, July 25-27)

The McFaddin-Ward House offers two separate weeks of their camp. Ranching Round-Up Summer Camp is a fun and educational three-day summer camp held on the grounds of the historic McFaddin-Ward House Museum. Campers, ages 8 to 12, experience another time in Texas history while doing hands-on activities related to this year’s ranching theme from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Registration is $45 per camper.

Parks and Rec Kids Summer Camp (June 6 to July 1, July 4 to July 29)

Kids will enjoy swimming, basketball, soccer, fishing, table tennis, board games, field trips, reading and more at Parks and Rec Summer Camp for ages 5-12. Both sessions are five days a week for four summer weeks. camp, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Registration is $125 per session.

Rao’s Bakery Camp (May 31 to August 4, every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday)

A local favorite, Rao’s Bakery Summer Camp is back. Children will enjoy a fun learning experience to explore the fun and thrills of baking. Children will learn to read recipes, follow instructions, let their creativity run wild and enjoy snacks and games. Classes are divided into two different age groups for ages 5-8 and 9-12 from 1:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Registration is $75 for the one-day class.

Wellness Center Kids Summer Camp (June 6 to August 12)

Children will create fun new memories at HWC for week-long camps as they participate in exciting adventures, make new friends and learn new things. In addition to sports activities (including basketball, soccer, tennis, gym and swimming) each week of the nine-week run, campers can experience something new. Olympic Dream Week, Hero Week, Animal Planet Week and Spy Kids Week are just a few to choose from. The camp lasts from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and is aimed at children from 5 to 12 years old. Membership is $180 per week for members and $220 for non-members.

Mallory Cross is a Communications Specialist at the Beaumont Convention & Visitors Bureau. For more information on happenings and happenings in Beaumont, visit our website at vistbeaumonttx.com and follow them on social media at visitbeaumonttx

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