Category - Summer Camps

2020 Twin Cities Summer Camps: Theater & Performing Arts Camps
2020 Twin Cities Summer Camps: Nature & Outdoor Adventure Camps
2020 Twin Cities Summer Camps: Culture & History Camps

2020 Twin Cities Summer Camps: Theater & Performing Arts Camps


Shell Lake Arts Center

Located in beautiful northwestern Wisconsin, the Shell Lake Arts Center in Shell Lake provides master teachers and a premium learning experience in music, theatre and visual arts for all students. Our programs and staff are well-respected nationally with some of the longest-running programs of their kind in the United States. With over 50 years of experience, the Center gives its students a positive, safe and secure summer camp learning environment to further develop and explore their talents. Join us at the lake this summer, and visit their website for a schedule of camps and workshops offered in 2020!

Sessions run Sunday-Friday | Completed grade 6-12 | $650 with Early Bird Rate (if by March 1st), $675 Regular Rate (After March 1st) *Some camps require an additional $35 course fee 


Located: 802 1st St, Shell Lake, Wisconsin or 715-468-2414

Moore Than Dance | Fridley

Uniquely Unicorns and Magical Mermaids
Dive under the sea and over the rainbow! Campers will have a magical time learning about these mythical creatures. With crafts, dancing, singing and games, campers will be transformed into a magical world where anything is possible!

2020 Sessions Coming Soon.

Children’s Theatre Company | Minneapolis
Give your star the opportunity to explore acting, musical theatre, improv, and more. With nearly 100 summer camps, you’re sure to find the perfect fit. Extended Care and Scholarships available.

2020 Camps Coming Soon | ages 4-18 | $140 & up per session | Register soon. Space is limited. Read More

2020 Twin Cities Summer Camps: Nature & Outdoor Adventure Camps

If you have a kid who is begging to get outdoors in the summer, an outdoor adventure camp may be just the thing for them. Wilderness Adventures offers these 5 Benefits of an Outdoor Education. Another positive is that it wears them out so they can sleep better at night. We’ve listed our favorite Nature & Outdoor Adventure Camps in the Twin Cities below


Twin Cities Summer Camps: Nature & Outdoor Adventure Camps

Osprey Wilds | Sandstone

Ospry Wilds f/k/a The Audubon Center of the North Woods (ACNW) has been committed to providing environmental and outdoor education experiences since 1971. Our programs connect people to nature with a focus on developing environmental understanding, ethics and responsibility through experiences that link nature and humans. Experience the great outdoors and make memories that last a lifetime!

Sessions: Late June to late July, camps run in 5-day sessions | ages 9-14 | $468-$645 | Early Bird discount ends March 1

Tamarack Nature Center | White Bear Lake

Summer Day Camps at Tamarack offer kids 3-13 a chance to dig into nature play! Animal encounters, canoeing, hiking, swimming, pond-dipping, mud-mucking and gardening adventures await. Four-day camp weeks are perfect for busy families, and one-day mini camps and half-day camps are also available. All camps guarantee plenty of nature play, adventure and fun.
Camp sessions are 4-day camps and one-day mini camps | ages 4-13 | Price $25-$199 | Registration is on-going.

Bruentrup Heritage Farm | Maplewood
Stay Tuned for 2020 information.

Kerfoot Canopy Tour Zip Line Summer Camp | Henderson
Zip line at the epic Kerfoot Canopy Tour, and learn what it takes to be an adventure guide! Stay Tuned for 2020 information and note that they limit camps to 10 people per session | ages 11-15 | $200 per camper | Register 2 days prior to first day of camp

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2020 Twin Cities Summer Camps: Culture & History Camps


Twin Cities Summer Camps: Culture & History Camps


German Language Camps |  301 Summit Avenue, St. Paul
Weekly, June 17–August 23 | ages 5-13 | $150 ($130 GAI members)

Kids explore themes including the environment, STEM, science & nature, cooking & baking, and arts & crafts, while learning some German. Several weeks of “Intro to German” are also offered. For ages 5 to 13. Half-day, full-day, and extended care are available.

American Swedish Institute | Minneapolis
Viking Voyage Preschool Camp: Wednesdays in July | ages 3-5 | $50 member / $60 non-member

Dakota City Youth Camps | Farmington
Dakota City offers a Master Apprentice Teen Camp ages in June or Junior Apprentice Camp ages in July, Mon – Thurs, 9am – 3pm | ages 6-12 | $55-$135 depending on session
Dakota Language Camps | Pond Dakota Mission Park, Bloomington
Session is held July,10am-3pm | Youth and adults of ALL AGES! (Children under age 7 must be accompanied) | $50
Excelsior-Lake Minnetonka Historical Society | Excelsior Elementary
“Homestead 101” camp offered in 2 sessions in June & July | ages 6-14 | $125-$245

Gammelgarden Museum | Scandia
Little Green Frog Day Camp offers half or full-day options | grades K-5 | $60 per session

Gibbs Farm | Falcon Heights
Gibbs Farm Dakota Day Camps run Tues-Thurs from mid-June to late August. There are options for 4 & 5 year olds as well | ages 6-10 | $99-$149

Minnesota Historical Society | Twin Cities metro-area
The MHS offers summer camp programming at the following historic sites: Alexander Ramsey House, Fort Snelling, and Mill City Museum | $45-$235 per session

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