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Anchorage Parks & Recreation
PO Box 196650 Anchorage, AK 99519 (907) 343-6397 muni.org/active
Kincaid Adventure Camp
Camp location: 9401 W Raspberry Road, Anchorage, AK 99502
Enjoy adventure? Want to explore one of the best parks in the area? Come join the Kincaid Adventure Camp! Campers will learn about animal tracking, hiking, kite and rocket building, map making, orienteering, canoeing, beach combing and more.
Cost: $95/week
Dates: June 3-Aug. 9
Ages: Grades 3-5 (ages 8-11)
Russian Jack Explorers Camp
Camp location: 2020 W. 48th Ave., Anchorage, AK 99517
Anchorage Parks and Recreation is dedicated to offering school aged children 5-11 years old an unforgettable summer experience filled with a wide variety of sports, arts and crafts, swimming, biking, field trips and other enrichment activities. We provide wholesome, interesting, and exciting opportunities for your child to grow in a character-building environment. This is no traditional summer camp and youth development is our focus! Early drop off (7 am) is available.
Cost: $170/week
Dates: June 3-Aug. 2
Ages: Grades K-5 (ages 5-11)
Anchorage Waldorf
3250 Baxter Rd. Anchorage, AK 99504 (907) 333-9062 waldorfak.org
The Anchorage City Folk Arts Camp will be hosted on our Anchorage Waldorf School campus June 10-14.
Strings Camp (for grades 3 and up) with our orchestra teacher Mary Schallert will
be held June 24-28. A musical camp for Pre-K through 2nd grade will also be held the same week.
Additional camps will be held
July 1 through August 8. Experience the magic of nature and the joy of the arts, while learning life skills that will serve them into adulthood: cooking, yoga, or community-building games. Each week’s theme takes an exciting look at new ideas while balancing outdoor time, the arts, thoughtful gestures, and vigorous activity. See our website for additional details.
Cost: $250-350
Dates: June 10-Aug.9
Ages: Grades pre-K-5 (ages 3-11)
Aurora Kids Fitness, Gymnastics & Dance
1120 Huffman Rd., #8
Anchorage, AK 99515
(907) 345-0093 aurorakidsak.com
Themed gymnastics camps for kids 3 years and older. Curriculum based games and activities during 3 hours of camp. Fitness and physical challenges abound.
Pre-K camps (3-6 years old) offer fun and educational themes to inspire and motivate: Superheroes, Ninja Warriors, Princesses and Pirates, and more.
School Age camps (6 years and older) introduce Ninja, Circus Aerial Arts,
Gymnastics and Parkour Gymnastics on a rotating schedule.
Cost: $38 per 1/2 day camp block Dates: Spring break; holiday break; summer break
Ages: Grades pre-K-8 (ages 3-14)
Bright Beginnings
1000 Sundown Ct. Anchorage, AK 99515 (907) 344-9435 brightbeginningselc.com
Join us this summer at Bright Beginnings! We offer full-time and part-time schedules for school-agers up to 11 years old. We enjoy fun, educational activities every day, including field trips, special visitors, art and cooking projects and so much more.
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