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Looking for a summer day camp in the Upstate? Our guide has your kids covered for learning, adventure, crafts, sports, arts, science, nature and much more. Look for camps in Greenville, Spartanburg and throughout the South Carolina Upstate. Summer is just around the corner. Want your listing included in our next guide? Email chris@worthyplace.com for details.

Arts

Ballet Spartanburg

200 E. St. John St., Spartanburg

864-583-0339

lgomez@spartanarts.org

www.balletspartanburg.org

June, July, August

Ages 2 and older

Ballet Spartanburg offers a wide variety of dance camps, including Twinkle Toes and Marching Soldiers (ages 2 – 3), Creative and Imagine (ages 3 – 4), Pinkalicious (ages 4 – 7), The Greatest Showman (ages 5 – 9), ballet camps and intensives for older students and more. 

Caine Halter Family YMCA Art Camps

721 Cleveland St., Greenville

864-412-0288

info@ymcagreenville.org

https://www.ymcagreenville.org/caine-halter-family-y-summer-day-camp

Financial assistance is available for many camps. Details, descriptions, times and cost are online. 

Art Camp: June 8-12, July 6-10. Ages 5-7, 8-11

Dance with Disney Camp: June 8-12. Ages 5-8

Drawing, Painting, and Sculpture Camp: July 27-31. Ages 11-13

Glee Camp: July 20-24. Ages 8-12

Let’s Dance Camp: July 6-10. Ages 6-9

My First Tutu: June 15-19. Ages 3-5

So You Think You Can Dance Camp: Aug. 10-14. Ages 8-12

CELLO Immersion Week         

580 E. Main St., Spartanburg

864-596-9165       

info@cmoth.org    

http://www.cmoth.org

June 15 – 19 , All Ages    

Cello Immersion is a five-day workshop where cellists of all ages come together to immerse themselves in all things cello. Led by distinguished cellist/professor Kathleen Foster and Feldenkrais movement teacher Lindy Ost, students have daily technique, performance, and cello ensemble classes in addition to the two daily Awareness Through Movement sessions. The week culminates in a performance.

Color Clay Café

2518-A E. North St., Greenville

864-244-3445

http://www.colorclaycafe.com

Summer Art Programs are designed to be fun and educational as children explore our world through different media. This year, they will do seven new projects in clay sculpting, mosaics, and painting with ceramics, and canvas, along with string art. Dates and details will be available online.

Dance Camps – Dance Without Limits

115 Pelham Road, Suite 24, Greenville

864-412-7788 

office@dancewithoutlimits.co

http://www.dancewithoutlimits.co  

June 15-19, June 22-26, June 29-July 3, July 6-10, July 13-17, July 20-24

Ages 3-6, 6-10

Half-day and full-day options are available with dancing, themed crafts, games and a snack. On Friday, campers do a performance for families.

Eastside Family YMCA Arts Camps

864-412-0288

1250 Taylors Road , Taylors

info@ymcagreenville.org

https://www.ymcagreenville.org/eastside-family-ymca-summer-day-camp

Financial assistance is available for many camps. Details, descriptions, times and cost are online. 

Dance Fusion Camp: July 13-17. Ages 7-11

Frozen 2 Dance Camp: June 22-26. Ages 3-5

Let’s Dance Camp: June 15-19. Ages 5-7

Flute and Oboe Immersion Camp       

580 E. Main St., Spartanburg

864-596-9165

info@cmoth.org

http://www.cmoth.org

June 15 – 19 , Ages 14 – 24                

This is a five-day rigorous and concentrated program where intermediate and advanced flute and oboe students can hone their playing skills. Daily movement-awareness classes complement the intensity of the performing classes, lessons, rehearsals and lectures. Reed-making and technique classes round out the experience.                                             

George I. Theisen Family Arts Camps

864-412-0288

100 Inspirational Way, Travelers Rest

info@ymcagreenville.org

https://www.ymcagreenville.org/george-i-theisen-summer-day-camp

Financial assistance is available for many camps. Details, descriptions, times and cost are online. 

Dance with Disney Camp: July 13-17. Ages 5-9

My First Tutu Camp: Aug. 3-7. Ages 3-5

Get Creative, Make Art at the Greenville County Museum of Art

420 College St., Greenville

864-271-7570

education@gcma.org

http://gcma.org

Late June, late July, early August

Ages 5 – 7, 8 – 11, 12 – 14                                                    

Three-day camps allow kids to discover and explore their favorite art forms, including drawing, painting, pottery, textiles and sculpture. Younger campers have themed camps. Older students spend time working in a specific medium or art form with skill-appropriate instruction.

Greenville Center for Creative Arts

101 Abney St., Greenville

864-735-3948, ext. 102

www.artcentergreenville.org

Weekly camps June-August, 9 a.m.-noon

Weekly art camps at GCCA are designed to let kids explore a range of materials, mediums and concepts. Each week will feature a different artistic medium and include professional guest artists. Options include printmaking, felting, photography, clay, fiber arts, painting, drawing and sculpture. The cost, including supplies, is $205 each per week for nonmembers and $185 each per week for members. 

Greenville Theatre: Let's Put on a Musical

444 College St., Greenville

864-233-6238

info@greenvilletheatre.org

http://www.greenvilletheatre.org

June 15 – 19, Ages 7 – 12 

June 22 – 26, Ages 9 – 14

Enhance performance techniques through movement, dance and vocal exercises. Each student will work on an audition song and dance routine. The workshop culminates with a presentation at the end of the week. Campers staying for both camps can bring a lunch each day and stay for a supervised lunch break.              

Greenville Theatre: Let's Put on a Play

444 College St., Greenville

864-233-6238

info@greenvilletheatre.org

http://www.greenvilletheatre.org

June 15 – 19, Ages 9 – 12 

June 22 – 26, Ages 7 – 12

Experience the exciting process of putting on a play. Get a glimpse at the many elements of a show, including casting, rehearsal, backstage and more. Share the magic of live theatre in a final group production. Campers staying for both camps can bring a lunch each day and stay for a supervised lunch break.

Hearts of Clay

660 Spartan Blvd., Suite 20, Spartanburg

864-576-2228 

theteam@heartsofclay.com

http://www.heartsofclay.com

June and July, Ages 6-16

Art camp at Hearts of Clay includes pottery painting, clay hand building, canvas painting, glass fusion and pottery wheel

Kidcreate Studio Greenville Art Camps

864-603-3621 

2456 Hudson Road, Greer

greenvillesc@kidcreatestudio.com

http://kidcreatestudio.com/greenville-calendar

May 27-Aug. 15, Ages 3-12

Summer camps offer an exciting format for art exploration. Camp are generally 3 or 6 hours per day. A one-hour Lunch and Doodle class is available most camp days. Choose from approximately 30 camps that focus on basic art principles and introduce students to many different art materials. 

Kidcreate Studio Art Camps at Woodruff Road Christian Preschool

864-603-3621 

20 Bell Road, Greenville

greenvillesc@kidcreatestudio.com

http://Kidcreate-on-the-go-studio-Greenville.eventbrite.com/

June 8-July 30, Ages 6-12

Camps offer an exciting format for art exploration. Camps focus on basic art principles and introduce students to many different art materials. 

Kimilee Bryant's 6th Annual Theatre Camp

Heather's Dance Academy

2327 N. Pleasantburg Drive, Greenville

917-453-8951

kimilee@kimileebryant.com

www.kimileebryant.com

July 13-27, Ages 8-12 (9:45 a.m.-noon, Monday-Thursday), Ages 13-18 (1:30-3:45 p.m. Monday-Thursday)

Groups combine for a group class and presentation 5-7:30 p.m. Friday. All campers get to sing a 16-bar solo and all participate in one musical number, one dance number and Improv Class.

Let’s Dance

211 E. Butler Road, C-4, Mauldin

864-297-0895 

letsdan@bellsouth.net

http://www.letsdancesc.com

June-August, Ages 2-18

Options for week-long camps include ballet, tap, jazz, contemporary, hip-hop and musical theater. Discounts for families. 

My First Tutu Dance Camp

Carolina Dance Collaborative 

20 Bell Road, Greenville

info@carolinadancecollaborative.org

https://www.carolinadancecollaborative.org/summer-camps.html

864-315-3732 

July 6-9, Ages 2-4½ 

This camp is held at Woodruff Road Christian Preschool with instruction by the Carolina Dance Collaborative. Learn the basics of ballet, dance through some story time ballets and make a tutu. An informal performance is held on Friday.

NoteAbility Music School

2103 Old Spartanburg Road, Greer

864-630-6455

www.noteabilitymusic.com

A wide variety of music-oriented camps are offered for various grades and ages. Options include Tacos and Guitar, Songwriting, BUILD: Legos + Instrument Making, Voice, Strings and more. 

Peace Studio: Broadway  

300 S. Main St., Greenville

864-467-3000

education@peacecenter.org

http://www.peacecenter.org/peacestudiobroadway  

July 20 – 31, Ages 13 – 18        

Peace Studio: Broadway – a two-week musical theater summer camp – returns. This program brings together top musical theater educators to give teens with a passion for singing, dancing and acting a crash course into the theater process, plus the opportunity to perform on stage.

Prisma Health Family YMCA Arts Camps

864-412-0288

550 Brookwood Point Place, Simpsonville

info@ymcagreenville.org

https://www.ymcagreenville.org/prisma-health-family-y-summer-day-camp

Financial assistance is available for many camps. Details, descriptions, times and cost are online. 

Art Camp: June 15-19, June 22-26. Ages 5-7, 8-10

Dance Fusion Camp: July 27-31. Ages 8-11

Disney Princess Dance Camp: July 13-17. Ages 5-7

Glee Camp: The Greatest Showman: Aug. 3-7. Ages 8-11

Let’s Dance Camp: July 20-24. Ages 5-7

Middle School Creative Studio Camp: July 20-24. Ages 11-14   

Shock Dance Summer Camp

406 E. Butler Road, Mauldin

864-420-0216

shockdancebylindley@gmail.com

http://www.shockdancebylindley.com

July 7 – 9, Ages 3 – 19    

The Shock Dance Camp features all styles of dance with instructors from the Upstate, California, New York and more. Basic, intermediate, advanced and competitive levels of dance are offered. This is a great time to try all genres and styles.

Shock Summer Intensive Shock Summer Intensive

406 E. Butler Road, Mauldin

864-420-0216

shockdancebylindley@gmail.com

http://www.shockdancebylindley.com

July 7 – 9, Ages 8 – 25

The Shock Dance Intensive includes intermediate and advanced levels of training in all genres. Choreographers are brought in from across the country to teach classes and shape the dancers who attend.                                        

South Carolina Children's Theatre Summer Day Camps

153 Augusta St., Greenville 

864-235-2885

jill@scchildrenstheatre.org

http://scchildrenstheatre.org

June 8 – Aug. 28, Grades K3 – 12

Week-long camps offer themes including everything from Paw Patrol and StoryBots for the very young, to Hogwarts and Frozen for specific interests, to musical theater and improvisation for more serious students.  Most camps offer an end-of-week sharing. Classes are partial days, with early arrival and late stay offered.

Spartanburg Day School 

864-582-8380, ext. 1001

summer@sdsgriffin.org

http://spartanburgdayschool.org/summer

June, July, August

Explore arts camps including fiber arts, needlepoint, Artful Antics with Alicia Fulmer and Kelli Hardigree, Artist of the Day with Tricia Liollio and more. Spartanburg Day School offers a wide variety of summer day camps for students in grades K3 – 6. 

Summer Encounters at Christ Church Episcopal School

245 Cavalier Drive, Greenville

864-299-1522

summer@cces.org

http://www.cces.org

June 1 – Aug. 14, Rising grades K4 – 12

Campers explore content in visual arts, drama and music. Camps are open to students from any school. Current camps include Acting 101, Acting Up, Actors Studio, Behind the Scenes, Camp Comedy, DJ Camp, Green Screen Adventures, Guitar, Making Magic!, Music Creation, Paul T. Riddle Drums, Playwright: Page to Stage, Radio Theater, Ukulele, 3Doodler, Art Around the World, Art at Play, Art Crawl, Art Celebrations, Art Graffiti, Art Magic, Basket Weaving, Beach Art, Bob Ross Painting, Cardboard Creations, Cartooning, Ceramics, Chinese Culture Arts, Christmas in July, Cloth Crafts, Collage Art, Creepy Crawly Art, Crochet, Diamond Painting, Digital Animation, Digital Photography, Drawing Boot Camp, Fashion Illustration, Felted Animals, FUNdamentals of Art, Halloween: Tales and Trails, Holiday Creations, How to Draw Comics, Leather Crafts, Messy Art, Mosaics, Nature is Art, Ooey Gooey Fun, Open Paint Studios, Optical Illusions, Parachute Cord & Other Jewelry, Portraiture Photography, Printmaking Galore, Sew Easy! Sew Fun Beginner and Advanced, Soap, Candles, and Slime, STEAM Art, Street Art, Stop Motion Animation, T-shirt Quilt, The Art of Book-making, Tie Dye Creations, Water Color for Beginners, Window and Glass Painting, Wood Burning Art, Wooden Crafts, Woodworking and You Rock! Rock Painting.      

Summer Maker Days

3 S. Main St., Travelers Rest 

864-610-0996 

trmakersco@gmail.com 

http://trmakersco.org

Thursdays and Fridays June 5-Aug. 14, Ages 5-16

A Maker Day consists of a unique project, learning or growing our artistic skills, expanding our creativity and becoming more familiar with using Makers tools. Makers are encouraged to try new techniques and push their artwork to new levels. Bring a lunch or purchase a lunch on site for $8 (peanut butter & jelly or grilled cheese, fruit and a water).

The Lawson Academy Fine Arts Day Camp

580 E. Main St., Spartanburg 

864-596-9607

janae.oshields@converse.edu

https://www.converse.edu/academics/lawson-academy-of-the-arts/fine-arts-day-camp

Two-week sessions June 1 – Aug. 14

Ages 4 – rising grade 6

All-day care is provided. Children attend daily classes in art, music, creative writing, dance, acting and theater skills, with a new theme each session. Each session culminates with a Family Day Program student showcase.  Session 1: “Decades on Broadway” June 1 – 12. Session 2: “Brick by Brick” June 15 – 26. Session 3: “We Could Be Heroes” July 6 – 17. Session 4: “Let the Games Begin” July 20 –31. Session 5: “Across the Universes” Aug. 3 – 14.        

Theatre Camps at Spartanburg Youth Theatre

200 E. St. John St., Spartanburg

864-585-8278

jbonner@spartanarts.org

http://www.spartanburgyouththeatre.com

Weekly camps June 1 – July 31, Rising grade K4 – 12

Spartanburg Youth Theatre summer camps offer a variety of introduction, musical theater and production camps for the beginner to the advanced actor. Camps vary from half-day to full-day depending on the child's age and specific camp. A full camp listing is available online.

Yellowbobbypins Art Camp

10 Spring Valley Road, Greenville

864-238-0599

info@yellowbobbypins.com

http://www.yellowbobbypins.com

Weekly June 8 – Aug. 14, Rising grades 1 – 6 

Yellowbobbypins Art Camp offers nine different weekly art camps. Each week, campers explore a different theme, including dollhouse, dragons and castles, sewing and felting, Harry Potter and more. All supplies are included in the cost of camp and camper to teacher ratio is eight to one.                                                                

Education, Science and Nature

Bricks 4 Kidz 

Upstate

864-286-8061 

mpaddenburg@bricks4kidz.com

http://www.bricks4kidz.com/greenvillesc

June 8-Aug. 7, Ages 5-12

Bricks 4 Kidz summer camps feature LEGO-based, half-day camps with many different themes to choose from every week. Themes include Night at the Museum, Minecraft, Pokémon, Magic Tricks and Bricks, Galaxy Brick Wars and more. Locations include Southside Christian School, Woodruff Road Christian School and Northside United Methodist. STEAM-based Challenge Island camp is also offered.

Caine Halter Family YMCA Science, Education and Nature Camps

721 Cleveland St., Greenville

864-412-0288

info@ymcagreenville.org

https://www.ymcagreenville.org/caine-halter-family-y-summer-day-camp

Financial assistance is available for many camps. Details, descriptions, times and cost are online. 

Coding Camp: June 22-26. Ages 10-13        

Cooking Camp: June 15-19, June 22-26, Aug. 3-7. Ages 8-13, 5-8, 11-13

Great Outdoors Camp: June 22-26. Ages 8-13

Lego Camp: June 22-26, July 27-30. Ages 8-13, 5-7

Nature Camp: June 15-19: Ages 5-8

Star Wars Camp: June 8-12. Ages 8-10

STEM Camp: July 13-17, Aug. 3-7. Ages 5-7, 8-13

Camp Animal Care

328 Furman Hall Road, Greenville

864-467-3986

pchurch@greenvillecounty.org

GreenvillePets.org 

Campers can explore the world of animals including veterinary/medical care, basic dog training and more. Details will be available online.

Carolina Master Scholars Adventure Series

1705 College St., Suite 591, Columbia

803-777-9444

pups@mailbox.sc.edu

http://discover.sc.edu/youth

June 7 - July 17, Rising grades 6 – 12

Students can take advantage of topics such as Engineering, Law, Aerospace, Filmmaking, Augmented/Virtual Reality, Forensic Science, Creative Writing and more, and participate in afternoon and evening activities such as bowling, movies, trampoline parks, skating and baseball games. 

Clemson University Life Sciences Outreach Center Summer Science Camps

132 Long Hall, Clemson

864-656-9939 

culsoc@clemson.edu

https://www.clemson.edu/centers-institutes/culsoc/summer-camps.html

·      Crime Scene Investigation: Clemson: June 8-11, grades 5-7. Investigate the scene of a crime to determine what happened and how. Identify criminals and victims using DNA, fingerprints, blood, and other tools of forensic sciences.

·      Chemistry Connections: June 15-18, grades 5-7. Investigate indicators, acids, bases, and pH. Explore energy exchanges in chemical reactions. Probe the chemical reaction that makes bread rise. Play with polymers (slime).

·      Engineering and Design Challenges: June 15-18, grades 5-7. Design and build simple machines. Apply Newton’s Laws to engineer gummy bear parachutes and balloon cars. Design and test pill coatings and prosthetics. Engineer electrical circuits.

Code Ninjas Summer Camps

1099 E. Butler Road, Suite 102B, Greenville

864-920-2633 

greenvillesc@codeninjas.com  

https://www.codeninjas.com/camps/sc-greenville

June 15-Aug. 14, Ages 7-14

Transform your child's love for technology and video games into an exciting learning adventure. Code Ninjas summer camps offer an engaging environment for children to learn coding and robotics, develop problem-solving and critical thinking skills, gain confidence and more.

Greenville Zoo Summer Camp

150 Cleveland Park Dr., Greenville

864-467-4850

zooed@greenvillesc.gov

http://www.greenvillezoo.com

June 8 – Aug. 14, Ages 3 – 14   

Zoo camp activities include animal encounters, games, experiments, crafts and zookeeper talks.

Primrose School of Simpsonville at Five Forks Summer Camp

2255 Woodruff Road, Simpsonville

864-757-1191

BJ@primrosesimpsonville.com

http://www.primrosesimpsonville.com

Ages 5 –12  

At Summer Adventure Club, children become engineers, artists, explorers and more as they discover the joys of design thinking, a fun and innovative way to learn. Engineering design challenges, experiments and themed activities await as children unlock new ways of thinking.

Prisma Health Family YMCA Science, Education and Nature Camps

864-412-0288

550 Brookwood Point Place, Simpsonville

info@ymcagreenville.org

https://www.ymcagreenville.org/prisma-health-family-y-summer-day-camp

Financial assistance is available for many camps. Details, descriptions, times and cost are online. 

Bricks-4-Kidz Camp: July 6-10. Ages 6-12   

Cooking Camp: June 15-19, June 22-26. Ages 5-7, 8-10

Girl Power Camp: July 6-10, Aug. 3-7. Ages 5-8, 9-12

STEM Challenge Camp: July 13-17. Ages 9-12

Undertaking Adventure Camp: June 29-July 3, July 27-31. Ages 5-8, 9-12

Spartanburg Christian Academy's Summer Camp

8740 Asheville Highway, Spartanburg

864-578-4238

dcook@fbns.org

http://www.scawarriors.org

June 1 – Aug. 7, Fully potty-trained ages 3 – 11

This is a biblically based summer camp with a variety of classes, including praise and worship, fun and games, crafts, snack and devotions and Bible. Weekly activities are offered such as build-your-own sundaes, shaved ice, water day and two field trips each week. Cost: $50 registration fee and $150 per week without lunch or $175 per week with lunch.     

Spartanburg Day School 

864-582-8380, ext. 1001

summer@sdsgriffin.org

http://spartanburgdayschool.org/summer

June, July, August

Explore camps including super science, safari, bugs, pirates and more. Spartanburg Day School offers a wide variety of summer day camps for students in grades K3 – 6. 

Spartanburg Humane Society

150 Dexter Road, Spartanburg

https://spartanburghumane.org

864-583-4805

Learn more about animals and their care at Camp Love-A-Pet. Details will be available online.

SSC Summer Camps 2020

Spartanburg Science Center 

200 E. St. John St., Spartanburg

864-583-2777

mlevens@spartanarts.org

http://spartanburgsciencecenter.org

June 8 – Aug. 7, Grades 4K – 8 (grouped by age)

2020 individual camp listings will be available online beginning March 29. Two camps per day are offered: morning camps are 9 a.m. – noon and afternoon camps are 1 – 4 p.m. Monday-Friday. A supervised time for lunch is available prior to the afternoon camp. Camp options include robotics, animals, chemistry, astronomy, dinosaurs, math, computer/internet safety, Minecraft Engineering/Sharks and outdoor experiences in areas around Spartanburg. 

Summer Encounters at Christ Church Episcopal School

245 Cavalier Drive, Greenville

864-299-1522

summer@cces.org

http://www.cces.org

June 1 – Aug. 14, Rising grades K4 – 12

Academic courses are open to students who attend any school. All courses are college-prep in nature and follow the CCES curriculum. Camps include Cursive Writing and Other Lettering, Jump Start camps for Grades 1 to 8 which include Math and English reviews for each grade, Debate Tactics, Jump Start Algebra I, Jump Start Algebra II, Jump Start Geometry, Keyboarding, SAT Prep, Poetry Plus, Share Your Story, Study Smart Study Skills, When I Grow Up: Professional Pathways, Writing Expressions, Writer's Workshop, Personal College Statement, Study Skills and Upper School Writing.                                                                                        

Summer Encounters at Christ Church Episcopal School

245 Cavalier Drive, Greenville

864-299-1522

summer@cces.org

http://www.cces.org

June 1 – Aug. 14, Rising grades K4 – 12

Science and technology camps are hands-on and all materials are provided. Camps include App Design, Bee-Bots, Bugs, Camp Hippocrates Mini-Med School, Circuit Inventions, Design Challenge, Digging for Dinosaurs, Drones and Other Flying Things, Enchanted Engineering, Edible Science, Elementary Coding, iPhoneography, Innovators Hub, Intro to Electronics Through Arduino, Kitchen Chemistry, LEGO Animation, LEGO Robotics, LEGO Wedo Robotics, Middle School Coding, Osmo Play, Outer Space, Physics Phun, Rigamajig Engineering, Rube Goldberg Engineering Experience, Science Explorers, Sharks, Slime Squad, Spa Science, Spark! Lat Inventors, Spy Kids and Tinkering.

The Tutoring Center

433 The Parkway, Greer

864-655-4664

GreerSC@tutoringcenter.com

https://greer.tutoringcenter.com

A wide variety of academic programs and test prep are available during the summer. See website or call for details. 

Trail Blazer Survival School

205 Batesville Road, Simpsonville

864-263-3850

tyler@trailblazersurvival.com

http://www.trailblazersurvival.com

Weekly camps June 8 – Aug. 7, Ages 10 – 14

Camps offer physical activities like running, jumping, swimming, climbing and hiking. There are eight different week-long programs to choose from, with topics from fishing, hiking, camping and backpacking to primitive and wilderness survival, and even recon missions/survival games, Minecraft and Aqua Camp. Several courses meet merit badge guidelines for Boy Scouts of America. 

Upcountry History Museum

540 Buncombe St., Greenville

864-325-9130

www.upcountryhistory.org

Educational summer camps will be offered. Dates and details are online. 

Wildlife Adventure Camp

843-592-8079

theanimalgeeks@yahoo.com

http://wildlifegeeks.com

May – September, Ages 5 – 20           

Wildlife Geeks does not host summer camps but does provide animal education at camps and events. Animals include reptiles, amphibians and mammals from around the world, many of whom are rescues.

General 

Adventure TECH at Greenville Technical College

Northwest campus, Center for Manufacturing Innovation, Brashier campus

864-250-3617

Lyndia.chiles@gvltec.edu         

http://www.gvltec.edu/summer-camps

June 15 – July 30, Ages 11 – 14  

Camp options include culinary, 3D printing, junior vet camps, Royal Dining and Manners, Code Like a Pro- Junior Edition, Rocket Kart Racers: Design a Mario Kart-Style Game, Virtual & Robotic Welding and more.

ASPire to Go for the Gold! – After School Plus

255 Service Bay Road, Mauldin

864-881-4685

jennifer@afterschoolplus.org

http://www.afterschoolplus.org

June 8 – Aug. 13, Rising grades K – 8

Each day includes challenges, Olympic mascots and cheers, Olympic competitions and celebrations. Camp includes reading and writing activities, a wide variety of physical education activities and games, art projects, outdoor crafts and activities, classroom activities and off-site field trips. Campers will get their creative juices flowing in a wide variety of art genres. They will explore ceramics, murals, flying machines, Van Gogh-inspired painting and more. A summer camp T-shirt and daily snacks are provided for all campers.

Bob Jones Academy

1700 Wade Hampton Blvd., Greenville

864-770-1395

bja@bobjonesacademy.net

https://www.bobjonesacademy.net

A wide variety of camps for rising K4-high school are offered. See website for details.

C2C Kids

9768 Warren H. Abernathy Highway, Spartanburg

506 Edwards Road, Greenville

864-529-9386

https://www.c2ckids.com

Summer day camp options for preschool-grade 8 are offered. Details, including registration and themed weeks, will be available online. 

Caine Halter Family YMCA General Camps

721 Cleveland St., Greenville

864-412-0288

info@ymcagreenville.org

https://www.ymcagreenville.org/caine-halter-family-y-summer-day-camp

Financial assistance is available for many camps. Details, descriptions, times and cost are online. 

Extended Day Camp: June 8-Aug. 14. Ages 4-13

Gameshow Extravaganza Camp: July 13-17. Ages 8-11

Teen Camp: June 8-Aug. 14. Ages 11-13

Traditional Summer Day Camp: June 8-Aug. 14. Ages 4-11      

Camp Kaleidoscope - Bell’s Crossing and Brook Glenn

804 Scuffletown Road, Simpsonville

2003 E Lee Road, Taylors

864-288-6470   

jdilworth@greenvillecounty.org

www.greenvillerec.com

June 8 – Aug. 7, Rising grades 1 – 6

All field trips, pizza parties and waterpark trips are included in fee. Camp includes swimming, waterpark visits, games, arts and crafts and nature activities. Special events are planned each week to coincide with the weekly theme. Field trips include movies, bowling, skating and more.

Chris Campbell Magic Shows   

Upstate

864-608-5095       

Magicbychris83@gmail.com

http://www.ChrisCampbellMagic.com                  

Magic and balloon animals are available for camps and events.                                               

Connect Camps Greenville

2211 Woodruff Road, Simpsonville

7063106055

connectcampsgreenvillesc@gmail.com

https://connectcamps.com

June 29-July 3 

Girls

Held at Southside Christian School, Connect Camps is a one-week, day camp filled with engaging activities, daily faith-based lessons and more.

Easley YMCA Camp Takoda

Easley YMCA Summer Day Camp

Easley YMCA - 855-9622 Pickens YMCA - 878-8380 Powdersville YMCA - 625-2060  

bestsummerever@pcymca.net

http://www.theYMCA.us/summercamp

Begins June 8, Ages 4 – 13

Camp registration is set up as weekly sessions so you can choose which week you want to attend. Different themes filled with new activities, new experiences and new memories are featured throughout the summer.

Eastside Family YMCA General Camps

864-412-0288

1250 Taylors Road , Taylors

info@ymcagreenville.org

https://www.ymcagreenville.org/eastside-family-ymca-summer-day-camp    

Financial assistance is available for many camps. Details, descriptions, times and cost are online. 

Extended Day Camp: June 8-Aug. 14. Ages 7-13

Teen Camp: June 8-Aug. 14. Ages 11-13

Traditional Day Camp: June 8-Aug. 14. Ages 4 (must be rising kindergarten)-10 

Foundations Early Learning Center

7 Magnolia Cove Drive, Simpsonville

864-256-0404

center218@foundationselc.com

https://foundationsearlylearningcenter.com

Ages 6 weeks-12 years

Extreme STEAM Summer Camp is a STEAM-infused summer camp. Each week of camp features a new theme packed with fun and educational STEAM projects and at least two field trips per week.

George I. Theisen Family General Camps

864-412-0288

100 Inspirational Way, Travelers Rest

info@ymcagreenville.org

https://www.ymcagreenville.org/george-i-theisen-summer-day-camp

Financial assistance is available for many camps. Details, descriptions, times and cost are online. 

Extended Day Camp: June 15-19, July 13-17, July 20-24. Ages 5-10

Kinder Camp: June 15-19, July 6-10, July 27-31. Ages 3-4

Teen Camp: June 8-Aug. 14. Ages 11-13

Traditional Day Camp: June 8-Aug. 14. Ages 4-10

Giggles Drop-In Childcare

10 West Lewis Plaza, Greenville

864-991-8561

greenville@gigglesdaycareinc.com

https://www.gigglesdaycareinc.com/locations/greenville-sc/summer-camp-greenville-sc/

Ages 5 – 10

A full 8-hour summer camp is offered. Children must be 5 years old by June 10, 2020. Camps include daily field trips and weekly guests. Snacks, lunches and activities are included.

Greenville Rec Community Center Camps

864-288-6470 

lcurry@greenvillecounty.org  

www.greenvillerec.com

June 8-Aug. 7, Ages 6-11

Held at Brutontown Community Center, Freetown Community Center, Mt. Pleasant Community Center, Phillis Wheatley Community Center, Sterling Community Center, Slater Hall Community Center and Staunton Bridge Community Center. Campers will continue to work on life skills learned during the academic year, including flexibility, initiative, social skills, productivity and leadership. Activities include sports and games, arts and crafts, special events, recreational and educational field trips, motivational speakers and more.  

Greenville Rec Community Centers Teen Leadership Camps 

864-288-6470

lcurry@greenvillecounty.org

www.greenvillerec.com

June 8 - Aug. 7, Ages 12 – 15   

Held at Mt. Pleasant Community Center and Sterling Community Center. Teen Leaders will participate in activities, workshops and events that will work on core life and career skills:  communication, food, money, clothing, at-home, car, career development and community service.

Gymboree

980 Batesville Road, Suite D/E, Greer 

864-288-1774

greenvsc@gymboreeclasses.com

https://www.gymboreeclasses.com/en/locations/SC/Greenville

Programs for babies through age 5 are offered. For details and a calendar of events, visit the website. 

Kids 'R' Kids #Focus on Fun

125 Verdin Road, Greenville

864-288-5455

info@krkgreenville.com

http://www.krkgreenville.com

June 8 – mid-August, Ages 4 – 12 

Each week camp involves a new theme designed to empower and enlighten campers through activities, field trips, timely lessons in teamwork and more.

Kids 'R' Kids Learning Academy at Pelham Medical Center

390 Westmoreland Road, Greer

864-877-7746

info@krkpelham.com

http://www.krkpelham.com

June 4 – mid-August, Ages 4 – 12 

Camp features a Junior and Senior Camp each week with a new theme designed to empower and enlighten campers through activities, field trips, timely lessons in teamwork and more.                                                                               

KidsZone Drop-In Childcare

21 Orchard Park Drive, Suite A, Greenville

864-263-3895

dropin@kidszoneupstate.com

https://kidszoneupstate.com

Ages 12 months – 12 years 

Whether it’s for a couple of hours, half a day, or a full day, camps include field trips to parks and more, as well as special guests who come to entertain throughout the summer.

Little Folks of Fourth      

703 E. Washington St., Greenville

864-235-1754

hope@fourthpres.com

http://www.fourthpres.com

June 8 – Aug. 28, Ages 6 months – K4

The program uses a theme-based curriculum which revolves around children's literature and art, emphasizing that it is the process, not the product, that is important. Activities include story time, music, cooking, craft projects and creative play. There is a daily fee and a one-time registration fee for the summer program. Choose any number and combinations of days for classes that have openings. 

Millie Lewis Greenville

1228 South Pleasantburg Drive, Greenville

864-299-1101

https://www.millielewisgreenville.com

Kids’ Club and other classes and programs are offered. See website or call for more information.

Park Place Children's Center Summer Camp

205 Batesville Road, Simpsonville

864-270-5910

taylors@parkplacechild.com

http://www.parkplacechild.com

June 8 – Aug. 14, Ages 6 – 11                                                                           

Weekly camps include field trips, theme-based crafts, group games and challenges, science experiments, water play, outdoor fun and weekly sessions with Amazing Athletes. Enroll for individual weeks or the entire summer. Cost is $265 per week, plus a one-time registration fee of $50. Tuition includes breakfast, lunch, snack and all field trips.  

Pickens YMCA Camp Takoda 

2223 Gentry Memorial Highway, Pickens

864-306-4770 

Easley YMCA: 864-855-9622, Pickens YMCA: 864-878-8380, Powdersville YMCA: 864-625-2060.

bestsummerever@pcymca.net

http://www.theYMCA.us/summercamp

Begins June 8, Ages 4 – 13

Camp registration is set up as weekly sessions so you can choose when to attend. Different themes are filled with new activities and new experiences. Financial assistance is available for those who qualify.     

Prisma Health Family YMCA General Camps

864-412-0288

550 Brookwood Point Place, Simpsonville

info@ymcagreenville.org

https://www.ymcagreenville.org/prisma-health-family-y-summer-day-camp

Financial assistance is available for many camps. Details, descriptions, times and cost are online. 

Extended Day Camp: June 8-Aug. 14. Ages 5-14

Teen Camp: June 8-Aug. 14. Ages 11-14

Traditional Day Camp: June 8-Aug. 14. Ages 5-10

Reaching Our Youth- Upstate, Inc. 

710 B Lowndes Hill Road, Greenville

864-609-4211

reachingouryouthupstate@outlook.com

https://babyboy52.wixsite.com/reaching-our-youthus

June 8 – Aug. 14, Ages 4 – 18

R.O.Y.-Upstate, Inc. is a summer program that offers both the educational experience and includes weekly field trips. Past field trips have included a Paris Mountain hiking trip, Kroc Center, volunteering for Meals on Wheels and Habitat for Humanity, roller skating, Carolina Panthers Training Camp and more.

Revolution Martial Arts Summer Ninja Camp 

6400 Highway 9, Inman

864-578-0557

revolutionmartialarts@yahoo.com

http://www.rmapf.com

June 2 – Aug. 21, Ages 5 – 12   

Camp tuition includes martial arts classes, daily field trips and activities, breakfast, lunch and snack (provided by camp), games, outdoor play and more.                    

Roper Mountain Science Center Summer Explorations

402 Roper Mountain Road, Greenville

864-355-8900

ropermtnsciencectr@greenville.k12.sc.us

http://RoperMountain.org

June 8 – Aug. 7, Completed K4 – ages 12+

Summer Explorations at Roper Mountain feature week-long day camps in a variety of subjects, including science, art, pop culture, Lego robotics and more. 

SCOPES Summer Camp

Furman University, 3300 Poinsett Highway, Greenville

864-294-2390 

scopes@furman.edu

http://www.furman.edu/scopes

June 15-19, June 22-26, July 6-10, July 13-17

Ages 5-13

SCOPES Summer Camps at Furman University is a traditional-style day camp for rising grades 1-8. Daily activities include art, STEM, nature exploration, outdoor games, music, drama and swim.

Sky Camp

2465 Laurens Road, Greenville

864-558-2400

amanda@szgreenville.com

https://www.skyzone.com/greenville   

Week of June 8 – week of Aug. 10, Ages 5-12

Sky Camp features daily activities, free play/jump time and games. Campers will have the chance to jump their day away while also making friends and doing various camp activities. 

Spartanburg Day School 

864-582-8380, ext. 1001

summer@sdsgriffin.org

http://spartanburgdayschool.org/summer

June, July, August

Spartanburg Day School offers a wide variety of summer day camps, including Adventures Around the World and more, for students in grades K3 – 6. 

Summer Adventures

212 Roper Mountain Road Ext., Greenville

864-385-6020

lpariseau@carolinaprepschool.com

http://www.carolinaprepschool.com

June 8 – Aug. 14, Completed grades K – 5

Weekly themed camps include breakfast, lunch, snacks and field trips. A camper's day includes 30 to 40 minutes of reading and journal time, emphasis on character building, field trips, craft and science activities and indoor and outdoor games. Campers also experience Physical Education, Spanish, Art and Music classes.        

Summer Day Camp

20 Bell Road, Greenville

864-288-6428       

robin@lifechangingchurch.com

http://lifechangingchurch.com

Monday – Thursday June 8 – July 30, Ages 2 – 5

Mornings of preschool fun include books, crafts and more.

Summer Encounters

Christ Church Episcopal School

245 Cavalier Drive, Greenville

864-299-1522

summer@cces.org

http://www.cces.org

June 1 – Aug. 14, Rising grades K4 – 12

Summer Encounters offers 300 unique specialty camps for children in rising grades K4 to 12. Camp is open to any student regardless of the school they attend. Camps are 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. with extend day options from 7:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. Camps offered are Asian Kitchen, Breakfast for Dinner!, Cake Decorating Beginner and Advanced, Candy Making, Cooking Fundamentals, Cooking Techniques, How to Cook a Good Book, Picnic Perfect, Tiny Chefs, American Girl Doll, Animals Around the World, Boot Camp Fun, Box Town, Breakout, Camp Half-Blood, Career Crazy, Construction Kids, Crazy for Donuts, Dungeons & Dragons, Disney Mania, Etiquette, Fairy Garden, Fancy Nancy, Fort Building, Frozen, Harry Potter, Hatchimals, Squishies and Littlest Pet Shop, GoNoodle!, LEGOmaniacs, Lego Ninjago, Magic Tree House, Mermaids and Pirates, Minecraft, Minute to Win It, Paw Patrol, Pokémon, Princess Tea Party, Raceway, Spanish Fun, Star Wars, Style U, Summer Fun Sampler, Super Heroes, TED Talks, Trolls, Ultimate Sleepover, Unicorns, Unicorns and Rainbows, Day Trippers I & II, Explore Greenville, The Best of Summer, The Great Playground Hunt, Thrill Seekers, Wet and Wild, Open Hearts Service Learning and Pet Care. 

Summer Remix Adventure Camp at The Sunshine House

Locations in Greenville, Spartanburg, Anderson, Mauldin, Greer, Taylors, Travelers Rest, Easley, Powdersville, Duncan and Greenwood

800-551-1561

hello@sshouse.com

http://www.sunshinehouse.com

Ages 4 – 12

Each week is full of new experiences and interesting field trips. Activities include Lights, Camera, Action, Life in Space, Podcasts, Inventor’s Showcase, Comic Book Heroes and many more. Camp also includes NFL Play 60, Think Stretch Summer Learning Program and a free swag bag for all campers. Full- and half-day camp with weekly field trips for children ages 4 – 12.

The Children’s Museum of the Upstate-Greenville

864-233-7755

300 College St., Greenville

info@tcmupstate.org

https://www.tcmupstate.org

Pre-K-Grade 5

A wide variety of camps are available with different themes each week. Options include half-day (morning or afternoon), full day and lunch bunch. June 8-12: Dinosaurs. June 15-19: Art. June 22-26: STEAM. June 29-July 3: See website for camp themes by age. July 6-10: LEGO. July 13-17: Space. July 20-24: Fantasy. July 27-31: Play. Aug. 3-7: Movies. 

The Little Gym of Greenville Summer Camp

1451 Woodruff Road, Suite Q, Greenville

864-254-0318 

tlggreenvillesc@thelittlegym.com

http://www.tlggreenvillesc.com

June 8-Aug. 14, Ages 3-8

Each camp theme is based on missions or “quests” that kids are challenged to complete each day. Each week is a new theme ranging from Pajama Party to Ninja Warriors, with coordinating games, activities and crafts.

Trail Blazer Survival Summer Camps

205 Batesville Road, Suite 2, Simpsonville

864-263-3850

roxane@trailblazersurvival.com

https://www.trailblazersurvival.com/summer-camps

Ages 10 – 14

Trail Blazer Survival School offers an adventure packed summer full of outdoor activities such as hiking, fishing, basket making and swimming at Upstate waterfalls.

YMCA of Greater Spartanburg 

151 Ribault St., Spartanburg

864-585-0306

mmurray@spartanburgymca.org

http://www.spartanburgymca.org

June 8 – Aug. 14, Ages 3 – 15

Summer Camp at the YMCA of Greater Spartanburg gives campers the opportunity to grow with activities that include swimming, swim lessons, arts and crafts, games, weekly field trips and more.                                                                                                   

Sports

Big Air

36 Park Woodruff Drive, Greenville

864-626-5252

info@bigairgsp.com

https://www.bigairusa.com/greenville/summer-camp

660 Spartan Blvd #200, Spartanburg

864-580-6462

info@bigairgsp.com

https://www.bigairusa.com/spartanburg/summer-camp-2

Campers will have a wide variety of activities throughout the park. Weekly sessions (morning and afternoon) start in June. Call of visit the website for details. 

Bob Richey Basketball Camp

3300 Poinsett Highway - Timmons Arena, Greenville

864-294-2170 

jon.dangelo@furman.edu

http://www.furmanbasketballcamp.com

June 15-18, June 22-25, Rising grades K-12

The Bob Richey Basketball Camps aim to build on confidence and encourage success with fundamentals, sportsmanship and teamwork. Camps are always staffed by current and former Furman University, NCAA Division I, players and coaches. 

Caine Halter Family YMCA Sports Camps

721 Cleveland St., Greenville

864-412-0288

info@ymcagreenville.org

https://www.ymcagreenville.org/caine-halter-family-y-summer-day-camp

Financial assistance is available for many camps. Details, descriptions, times and cost are online. 

All Sports Camp: Aug. 3-7, Aug. 10-14. Ages 6-8, 9-13

Basketball Camp: June 8-12, July 20-24, June 15-19, July 27-31. Ages 5-8, 5-8, 9-13, 9-13

Football Camp: July 13-17. Ages 6-13

Jr. Lifeguarding Camp: July 20-24. Rising grades 6-10

Rugby Skills Camp: June 8-12. Ages 8-13    

Soccer Camp: July 6-10. Ages 5-13

Swim Academy Camp: June 15-19, June 22-26, July 6-10, July 13-17, July 27-31, Aug. 3-7, Aug. 10-14. Ages 7-15

Swim Camp: June 8-12, June 15-19, June 22-26, July 6-10, July 13-17, July 20-24, July 27-31, Aug. 3-7, Aug. 10-14. Ages 6-11      

Tennis Camp: June 15-19, June 22-26, July 13-17, July 20-24. Ages 6-13

Track and Field Camp: June 22-26. Ages 7-13

Volleyball Camp: July 6-10. Rising 9-13

Cheer and Tumble Camp Cheer and Tumble Camp

198 Couch Lane, Easley

864-855-9660

kimfgc@aol.com

http://www.foothillsgymnasticscenter.com

July, Ages 4 and older              

FUNdamentals of cheer, tumbling, stunts, motions, dance, jumps and more, Cheers, chants and an energetic dance routine will be learned during this week. This camp, siblings come for 1/2 price.                                                                               

Converse Acrobatics and Tumbling Camp

580 E. Main St., Spartanburg

864-596-9388

Matthew.Farris@Converse.edu

https://govalkyries.com

Girls

July 11 and 18, Ages 8 – 18

Participants will work with Converse coaches fine tuning their skills in a fun, positive atmosphere. All skill levels are welcome. Clinics are 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. with lunch provided. 

Converse Advanced/Match Play Tennis Camp

580 E. Main St., Spartanburg

864-596-9388

Matthew.Farris@Converse.edu

https://govalkyries.com

Girls

July 30 – 31, Ages 14 – 18

Participants will work with Converse coaches fine tuning their skills in a fun, positive atmosphere. This camp is for those at the advanced/match play level.                                                

Converse Basketball Individual Skills Camp

580 E. Main St., Spartanburg

864-596-9388

Matthew.Farris@Converse.edu

https://govalkyries.com

Boys

June 22 – 25, Ages 8 – 12

Campers will receive quality instruction from Converse College Women’s Basketball Coaching Staff and current players. Campers will experience detailed instruction of the same fundamentals college players are taught, while having serious fun taking their offensive and defensive skills to the next level. 

Converse College High School “BRIDGE” Swim Program

580 E. Main St., Spartanburg

864-596-9388

Matthew.Farris@Converse.edu

https://govalkyries.com

May 18 – 29, Grades 9 – 12

This program prepares swimmers for summer league. This allows anyone that has not been in the water to get back in shape. There will be an anaerobic and aerobic focus along with drills and technique every day.                                                                   

Converse College Short-Game Mini-Camp Summer Series

580 E. Main St., Spartanburg

864-596-9388

Matthew.Farris@Converse.edu

https://govalkyries.com

Girls

Ages 7 – 9 (9 – 10:30 a.m.), ages 10 – 12 (10:30 a.m. – noon)

June 24, June 25, July 22, July 23, Aug. 5 and Aug. 6

Girls Golf provides a "girl friendly" environment for girls to have fun learning and or improving the fundamentals of golf. Build solid fundamentals for a better foundation by working on putting, chipping, short pitches and sand shots.

Converse College Soccer Camp 

580 E. Main St., Spartanburg

864-596-9388

Matthew.Farris@Converse.edu

https://govalkyries.com

Grades K – 12

July 20 – 24

Participants will work with Converse coaches fine tuning their skills in a fun, positive atmosphere. 

Converse College Softball Camp

580 E. Main St., Spartanburg

864-596-9388

Matthew.Farris@Converse.edu

https://govalkyries.com

Girls

June 17, June 24, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m., Grades 8 – 12

Participants will work with Converse coaches fine tuning their skills in a fun, positive atmosphere. 

Converse College Stroke/Technique Course

580 E. Main St., Spartanburg

864-596-9388

Matthew.Farris@Converse.edu

https://govalkyries.com

May 23, Ages 6 – 18

Participants will work with Converse coaches fine tuning their skills in a fun, positive atmosphere. 

Converse College Track & Field Camp

580 E. Main St., Spartanburg

864-596-9388

Matthew.Farris@Converse.edu

https://govalkyries.com

July 13, Middle and high school

Participants will work with Converse coaches fine tuning their skills in a fun, positive atmosphere. 

Converse College Women’s Basketball Elite Camp

580 E. Main St., Spartanburg

864-596-9388

Matthew.Farris@Converse.edu

https://govalkyries.com

Girls

Aug. 8, Ages 14 – 18

Improving individual skills, competitive play and skill competitions highlight this one-day camp.  Basketball experience is preferred.    

Converse College's Free Intro to Field Hockey Clinic

580 E. Main St., Spartanburg

864-596-9388

Matthew.Farris@Converse.edu

https://govalkyries.com

Aug. 22, Ages 8 – 18

Participants will work with Converse coaches fine tuning their skills in a fun, positive atmosphere. Sticks provided. Bring shin guards/mouthguard.                                                                         

Converse Soccer Camp

580 E. Main St., Spartanburg

864-596-9388

Matthew.Farris@Converse.edu

https://govalkyries.com

July 20 – 24, Grades K – 12

Participants will work with Converse coaches fine tuning their skills in a fun, positive atmosphere.

Converse Volleyball Pre-Tryout Camp

580 E. Main St., Spartanburg

864-596-9388

Matthew.Farris@Converse.edu

https://govalkyries.com

Girls

July 27 – 28, High school

Camp is designed to prepare players for the challenging tryout process. All players are welcome.

Converse Volleyball Setting Clinic

580 E. Main St., Spartanburg

864-596-9388

Matthew.Farris@Converse.edu

https://govalkyries.com

May 4, 11 and 18, Middle and high school setters

Participants will work with Converse coaches fine tuning their skills in a fun, positive atmosphere.  

Defy Greenville

48 Brookfield Oaks Drive, Suite H, Greenville

864-412-3434

https://defy.com/locations/defy-greenville

Camps include team-building experiences, games, interactive activities, crafts and more. Register online for June-August sessions. 

Eastside Family YMCA Sports Camps

864-412-0288

1250 Taylors Road , Taylors

info@ymcagreenville.org  

https://www.ymcagreenville.org/eastside-family-ymca-summer-day-camp    

Financial assistance is available for many camps. Details, descriptions, times and cost are online. 

All Sports Camp: June 29-July 3. Ages 9-13

YMCA Basketball Camp: June 15-19, July 13-17, Aug. 3-7. Ages 9-13

Football Camp: June 8-12, July 6-10, July 27-31. Ages 9-13      

Jr. Lifeguard Camp: July 13-17. Ages 11-13

Soccer Camp: June 22-26, July 20-24, Aug. 10-14. Ages 9-13

Swim Academy Camp: June 22-26, July 13-17, Aug. 3-7. Ages 8-15

Swim Camp: June 15-19, July 6-10, July 20-24, July 27-31. Ages 6-11

Volleyball Camp: June 8-12, July 6-10, July 27-31. Ages 9-13

Eden Farms Horse Camp

4700 Dacusville Highway, Marietta

864-898-0043

edenfarmssc@aol.com

http://www.EdenFarms.net

June 8 – Aug. 7, Ages 6 – 14

Each day at camp includes an hour-long riding lesson or trail ride, plenty of grooming and learning to saddle both English and Western, horse healthcare and safety, arts and crafts, snacks and a daily Bible devotional. Friends are invited to an end of week horse show.

Flipsters Gymnastics Camp

321 Main St., Seneca

678-478-8233

info@flipstersjuniorgym.com

https://www.flipstersjuniorgym.com

June 8 – 11, Ages 4 – 8

Aug. 3 – 6, Ages 6 – 10

Flipsters Gymnastics Camp is a fun week of learning new gymnastics skills through circuits and games. Crafts and a daily healthy snack included.

George I. Theisen Family Sports Camps

864-412-0288

100 Inspirational Way, Travelers Rest

info@ymcagreenville.org

https://www.ymcagreenville.org/george-i-theisen-summer-day-camp

Financial assistance is available for many camps. Details, descriptions, times and cost are online. 

Basketball Camp: July 13-17. Ages 5-10

Soccer Camp: June 15-19. Ages 5-10

Gymnastics Camp

198 Couch Lane, Easley

864-855-9660

kimfgc@aol.com

http://www.foothillsgymnasticscenter.com

June and July, Ages 5 and older                            

Learn skills and drills on the vault, bars, beam and floor. Certified coaches work with small groups to identify individual strengths. All skill levels.

Gymnastics/Parkour Camp

1311 Miller Road, Greenville

864-297-5589

lexa@greenvillegymnastics.com

http://www.greenvillegymnastics.com

Greenville Gym: June 22 – 26, Aug. 3 – 7

Mauldin Gym: July 13 – 17

Ages 3 – 14

Choose from half-day morning (9 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.), half-day afternoon (12:30 – 4 p.m. or full day (ages 5 and older) (9 a.m. – 4 p.m.). Activities include gymnastics, tumbling, parkour, games, open play, trampoline, snacks and more. Full-day campers need to bring a lunch. All snacks are included. Half-day $150 per week, full day $250 per week.

Horse Creek Farm Horse Creek Farm

586 Dunklin Bridge Road, Pelzer

206-353-7961

horsecreekfarmsc@gmail.com

http://horsecreekfarmsc.com

June 29 – July 2, July 6 – 9, July 20 – 23, July 27 – 30, Aug. 3 – 6, Aug. 10 – 13

Ages 5 – 12

Horseback riding and farm camp – campers take daily riding lessons, learn about grooming and horse care, feed and learn about the other animals on the farm, play games and do crafts. 

Kroc Sports Camp

424 Westfield St., Greenville

864-527-5948

bryan.hayes@uss.salvationarmy.org

http://www.KrocGreenville.org

Week of June 8 – week of Aug. 10, Ages 6 – 12     

Half-day sports camps are held from 8 a.m. – noon. Sport-specific camps and multi-sports weeks are offered. Camps includes group games, exercising, game room time, swimming and more.

Mini Flipsters Gymnastics Camp

321 Main St., Seneca

678-478-8233

info@flipstersjuniorgym.com

https://www.flipstersjuniorgym.com

Aug. 3 – Aug. 6, Ages 3 – 5

Children learn new gymnastics skills through circuits and games. Crafts and a daily healthy snack included.

Ninja Summer Camp

122 Blakely Road, Simpsonville

864-967-3930 

upstatekarate.laurie@yahoo.com

http://upstatekarate.com

June 8-12, June 15-19, June 22-26, July 6-10, July 13-17, July 20-24, July 27-31, Aug. 3-7, Aug. 10-14

Ages 5-11

Ninja Camp is a very active camp in which children learn various forms of martial arts, go on field trip adventures every day and enjoy a 20,000 square foot air-conditioned facility to run and play all day. There is a high adult to child ratio and no one under age 20 drives buses.

Ninja Warrior Camp

198 Couch Lane, Easley

864-855-9660

kimfgc@aol.com

http://www.foothillsgymnasticscenter.com

June and July, Ages 5 and older

Boys and girls build strength and skills with chin-ups, box jumps, handstand walks and more. Side rolls, height drops, kong, strides, step vault, climbing are all a part of this camp as each ninja learns the basics. 

Power Kids Home Alone Camp

209 Riverside Court, Greer

864-553-9021 

sales@powerkidsfitness.com

http://www.Powerkidsfitness.com

July 6-9, Ages 6-13

This fitness camp includes safety lessons from police, fire and local public service providers. Children will learn how to protect themselves in the event of an intruder and play fitness games based on the family movie “Home Alone.”

Power Kids YOGA Love It Camp

209 Riverside Court, Greer

864-553-9021 

sales@powerkidsfitness.com

http://www.Powerkidsfitness.com

June 29-July 2, Ages 6-13

Sports

Camp is about gratitude and inner exploration of everything from mindfulness, yoga movements, relaxation activities, art, storytelling, journaling and more. 

Power Kids Move It and Groove It Camp

209 Riverside Court, Greer

864-553-9021 

sales@powerkidsfitness.com

http://www.Powerkidsfitness.com

June 22-25, Ages 6-13

Kids will learn different dancing from Zumba and hip-hop classes, as well as exercises, stretching and more to help them be more powerful and expressive dancers. 

Power Kids Sportsmania Camp

209 Riverside Court, Greer

864-553-9021 

sales@powerkidsfitness.com

http://www.Powerkidsfitness.com

June 15-18, Ages 6-13

This multi-sport camp introduces young athletes to a variety of different sports in one setting. Athletes will learn the rules and essentials of two or three sports through skill-based games and scrimmages. 

Prisma Health Family YMCA Sports Camps

864-412-0288

550 Brookwood Point Place, Simpsonville

info@ymcagreenville.org

https://www.ymcagreenville.org/prisma-health-family-y-summer-day-camp

Financial assistance is available for many camps. Details, descriptions, times and cost are online. 

All Sports Camp: June 29-July 3. Ages 6-14

Basketball Camp: June 15-19, July 13-17, Aug. 3-7. Ages 6-14

Football Camp: June 8-12, July 6-10, July 27-31. Ages 6-14

Jr. Lifeguard Camp: July 20-24. Ages 11-15

Soccer Camp: June 22-26, July 20-24, Aug. 10-14. Ages 6-14    

Swim Academy: June 15-19, June 22-26, June 29-July 3, July 6-10, July 13-17, July 27-31, Aug. 3-7. Ages 7-15    

Swim Camp: June 15-19, June 22-26, June 29-July 3, July 6-10, July 13-17, July 20-24, July 27-31, Aug. 3-7. Ages 5-13

Volleyball Camp: June 8-12, July 6-10, July 27-31. Ages 6-14   

Roller Time Skating Academy Skate Camp

PO Box 643, Taylors

864-561-2172

rollertime33@gmail.com          

http://www.rollertime.net

June 15 – 19, July 6 – 10, Aug. 3 – 7   

Grades 4K – 5

Roller Time Skating Academy's week-long camp teaches students how to balance, skate forward and backwards, fall and recover, toe stop and more. Campers will also strengthen their self-esteem and improve gross motor skills. Each camp includes rental skates, professional instruction, games and prizes.

School's Out for Summer Camp

209 Riverside Court, Greer

864-553-9021 

sales@powerkidsfitness.com  

http://www.Powerkidsfitness.com

June 8-11, Ages 6-13

This camp offers a variety of activities like kickboxing, Jiu-Jitsu, empowerment, Zumba, boot camps and more.

Scott Halkett Soccer Academy

800 University Way, Spartanburg

864-561-0080

shalkett@scotthalkettsocceracademy.com

http://www.scotthalkettsocceracademy.com  

June 15 – 19, July 27 – 31 (Residential camp for ages 8 – 18 July 26 – 29)

Ages 5 – 18

Scott Halkett Soccer Academy offers fun and challenging camps for kids of all skill levels. Day, residential, team and ID camp options are available.

Soccer Shots Summer Camp at Woodruff Road Christian Church

20 Bell Road, Greenville

864-315-3733

we-care@soccershots.org         

http://ua.soccershots.com

June 15 – 18, June 22 – 25, July 13 – 16, July 20 – 23

Ages 2 – 10                   

Soccer Shots Summer Camp mixes soccer fun and games with character building.

Spartanburg Day School 

864-582-8380, ext. 1001

summer@sdsgriffin.org

http://spartanburgdayschool.org/summer

June, July, August

Camp options include an “all sports” camp, Olympic sports and more. Spartanburg Day School offers a wide variety of summer day camps for students in grades K3 – 6. 

Sports Camp at Holland Park Church

1131 Holland Road, Simpsonville July 13-17, 2020

864-244-7622 

www.hollandparkchurch.org

July 13-17, 5:30-8 p.m., Ages 4-12

Camp options include soccer, cheerleading and a special multi-sport camp ages 4-5. The cost is $15 each. Register online. All are welcome and scholarships are available upon request. All campers get a camp shirt and a healthy snack each night. 

Summer Encounters

Christ Church Episcopal School 

245 Cavalier Drive, Greenville

864-299-1522

summer@cces.org

http://www.cces.org

June 8 – Aug. 7, Rising grades K4 – 12

Sports camps offered this summer include Archery, Backyard Games, Baseball, Basketball Academy, Basketball Intermediate, Basketball Shooting Skills, Basketball Mini-Cavs, Baton Twirling, Bushcraft, Cheerleading, Dance Fusion, Decades Dance Party, Disc Golf, Dodgeball, Fencing, Flag Football, Football, Fortnite Fantasy Fun!, Frozen Dance Camp, Hiking, Lacrosse Coed, Little Kids PE, Little Kids Tennis, Martial Arts, My First Tutu, Nerf Battles, PE Sports and Games, Roller Time Skating, Skateboarding, Soccer, Sports Sampler, Tennis, The Greatest Showman, Track and Field, Tumbling, Volleyball and Wrestling.                                                               

Terrier Volleyball Beginner Camp

429 N. Church St., Spartanburg

864-597-4155

laybj@wofford.edu

https://camps.jumpforward.com/terriervolleyball

July 13 – 16, Ages 5 and older

Terrier Volleyball Beginner Camp is 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. Monday – Thursday. Lunch is included in the camp fee. Players begin each day with skill sessions and progress into combination drills. The goal of the camp is to have players understand rules and be able to enjoy a 6-on-6 match in the camp tournament. Campers are introduced to agility work and speed drills and are grouped by experience and/or age.      

Topgolf

201 Clifton Court, Greenville

864-315-3351

https://topgolf.com/us/play/kidzone

A variety of programs are offered, including lessons. Details are online. 

Residential

6 Points Sports Academy

360 Asheville School Road

561-208-1650

sportsnc@urj.org

https://6pointssports.org

Session 1: June 16 – June 28, Session 2: June 30 – July 12 Session 3: July 14 – July 26, CIT Program: June 16 – July 12, All summer: June 16 – July 26

Rising grades 4 – 12

URJ 6 Points Sports Academy is a Jewish sports camp located in Asheville, NC on the athletic and camp facilities of the Asheville School. Jewish athletes from more than 33 states and 7 countries participate in a camping experience that combines sports coaching and the beloved traditions of Reform Jewish camping. Sports offerings include baseball, basketball, tennis, softball, boys’ lacrosse, girls’ lacrosse, golf, gymnastics, soccer, girls’ volleyball, cheer and dance, swimming and sports journalism.

Brad Brownell Basketball Camp

1 Avenue of Champions, Clemson

864-656-1954 

vinfing@clemson.edu

http://abcsportsstg.wpengine.com/clemsonmbb

June 14-17, Boys, rising grades 4-12

Brad Brownell Boys Basketball Camps offer an opportunity for players to receive valuable instruction on the fundamental skills of basketball. Campers will be made aware of the characteristics that define successful players. Organized games between campers will provide a competitive outlet after specific drills have been practiced. Contests built into drills capture the learner’s attention, which results in attentive practice.

Camp McCall Alpha Camps

108 Ambassador Road, Sunset, SC

864-878-6025

mccallinfo@scbaptist.org

http://campmccall.org

Alpha #1:  June 11 – 13, Alpha #2: July 25 – 27, Alpha #3: Aug. 8 – 10, Alpha XL: June 25 – 28

Boys, Completed grades 1 – 12

Camp McCall is an adventure camp located in Sunset, SC between Table Rock State Park and Sassafras Mountain. Alpha Camps include hiking, zip lining, canoeing, swimming, crafts and sports. Nights are spent around the campfire playing group games. The cost per camper is $140. Lodging and food are included. (Food allergies are considered in food choices.)

Camp McCall Crusader Camps

108 Ambassador Road, Sunset, SC

864-878-6025

mccallinfo@scbaptist.org

http://campmccall.org

June 15-19, July 6-10, July 13-17, July 20-24, Aug, 3-7

Boys, Completed grades 4 – 12

Camp McCall is an adventure camp located in Sunset, SC between Table Rock State Park and Sassafras Mountain. Crusader Camps include hiking, zip lining, canoeing, swimming, crafts and sports. Grades 6 – 12 play capture the flag, glow in the dark dodgeball and more adventure packed games each night. The cost per camper is $280. Lodging and food are included. (Food allergies are considered in food choices.) 

Camp McCall Adventure Recreation

108 Ambassador Road, Sunset, SC

864-878-6025

mccallinfo@scbaptist.org

http://campmccall.org

Kayaking: June 15 – 19, Backpacking: July 6 – 10, Yak & Pak: July 13 – 17, Rock climbing: July 20 – 24, Multi-Element: Aug. 3 – 7

Boys, Ages 15 – 18 

Campers spend a week kayaking, backpacking or rock climbing. Specific technical gear is provided for each adventure. The cost per camper is $300. Lodging and food are included. (Food allergies are considered in food choices.)                                           

Camp Woodie

8444 Old River Road, Pinewood, SC

803-452-6001

campwoodie@scwa.org

http://www.wildlifeedcenter.org/camp-woodie

Junior week May 31 – June 5, Junior week June 7 – 12, Junior week June 14 – 19,  Senior week June 21 – 26, Junior week June 28 – July 3, Senior week July 5 – 10, Senior week July 12 – 17, Junior week July 19 – 24, Junior week July

Ages 7 – 18

Camp Woodie is an American Camp Association Accredited coed summer camp established by the South Carolina Waterfowl Association. Junior Camp is for ages 7 –11. Junior campers will learn about firearm safety and usage, waterfowl and wildlife conservation, archery, duck calling and waterfowl identification. Campers spend time swimming, playing sports, canoeing, fishing and learning survival skills. Senior camp is for ages 12 – 16. Senior campers will learn about the history and heritage of wildlife and waterfowl conservation while honing their skills as outdoorsman and women.

Carolina Master Scholars Adventure Series

1705 College St., Columbia

803-777-9444

pups@mailbox.sc.edu

http://discover.sc.edu/youth

June 7 – July 17, Rising grades 6 – 12

Students can take advantage of topics such as Engineering, Law, Aerospace, Filmmaking, Augmented/Virtual Reality, Forensic Science, Creative Writing and much more. Students participate in afternoon and evening activities such as bowling, movies, trampoline parks, skating, baseball games and more.

Chamber Music on the Hill

580 E. Main St., Spartanburg

864-596-9165

info@cmoth.org

http://www.cmoth.org

June 14 – July 3, Ages 14 – 30 (exceptions may be made)

Spartanburg CMOTH is a three-week immersion into the world of chamber music for the passionate young string player or pianist. Opportunities for personal growth come from private lessons, daily coachings, classes in technique, performance, masterclasses, mindfulness and focus, as well as through multiple performances both on and off campus. CMOTH requires both audition and recommendation.                                                                                     

Converse Lacrosse Camp

580 E. Main St.

864-596-9388

Matthew.Farris@Converse.edu

https://govalkyries.com/Camp1

July 27 – 30, Girls, Ages 8-16

Participants will work with Converse coaches fine tuning their skills in a fun, positive atmosphere.

Nike Golf Camp at Wofford

429 N. Church St.

864-597-4495

ridgewayaj@wofford.edu  

https://www.ussportscamps.com/golf/nike/wofford-college

June 14-18, Ages 10-17

Golf instruction and course play takes place at the Country Club of Spartanburg. Meals, housing, and evening activities are at Wofford College.

Pisgah Astronomical Research Institute

1 PARI Drive, Rosman, NC  

828-862-5554

https://www.pari.edu/camps

programs@pari.edu

June, July, August

PARI provides an array of learning experiences – from astronomy, physics and astrobiology (with the same equipment once used by NASA), to simulating space missions that teach leadership, teamwork and STEM principles and more. PARI is located on a 200-acre historic NASA site. Camps include Above & Beyond, Operation Nebula, A Rover’s Journey and more.

Project WISE

211 Fernow St., Suite 158, Clemson

864-656-1089 

elamar@clemson.edu

https://www.clemson.edu/cecas/departments/peer-wise/outreach/project_wise.html

June 21-26, Ages 12-14

Project WISE is a STEM-based, engineering focused summer camp at Clemson University for students entering grades 7 or 8. 

South Carolina Governor’s School for the Arts and Humanities

15 University St., Greenville

864-282-3777

https://www.scgsah.org

A wide variety of summer program offerings are available. See website for dates, details and requirements.

South Carolina Governor’s School for Science and Mathematics

401 Railroad Ave., Hartsville

843-383-3901

https://www.scgssm.org

A wide variety of summer program offerings are available. See website for dates, details and requirements.

Tiger Girls Soccer Camp

PO Box 248, Clemson

864-656-9703 

tigergirlssoccercamp@gmail.com  

http://www.tigergirlssoccercamp.com

June 11-14, Girls, Ages 10-13

Tiger Girls Soccer Camp offered by Clemson Women's Soccer offers soccer development for rising grades 4-8. The camp focuses on individual skill development, small group skill development, sport culture, small sided and full field game understanding.

Tiger Girls Pre-Elite and Elite Prospect ID Camp

PO Box 248, Clemson

864-656-9703 

tigergirlssoccercamp@gmail.com  

http://www.tigergirlssoccercamp.com

July 19-22, Girls, Ages 12-18

Tiger Girls Pre-Elite and Elite Prospect ID Camp offered by Clemson Women's Soccer engages the college bound prospect for the Elite ID Camp and the Pre-Elite Camp focuses on the Under 13 skills development components, small-sided game management inside the full field game. Introduction to the NCAA recruiting process.

Tiger Tennis Camp at Clemson

189 Old Greenville Highway, Clemson

864-985-3969

info@tigertenniscamp.com  

http://www.tigertenniscamp.com

May 31-June 4, June 7-11, June 14-18, June 21-25

Ages 9-17

Tiger Tennis Camp is for boys and girls ages 9-17 at all levels of play: beginners, intermediate, advanced, tournament players and college bound scholarship players. The basic strokes are taught while motor skills, hand eye coordination and foot work are developed in a fun-filled environment. 

YMCA Camp Greenville - Adventure Trips

864-836-3291, ext. 0518

4399 YMCA Camp Road, Cleveland

camper_services@ymcagreenville.org

https://campgreenville.org/summer-camp

June 14-Aug. 8, Rising grades 4-12

Adventure trips take Camp Greenville all over the Upstate of South Carolina, Western North Carolina, and East Tennessee exploring white water rivers, caves, waterfalls, mountain peaks and amazing hiking trails with beautiful views. Camp out in tents and tarps at established campsites throughout the area’s extensive State and National public lands. Financial assistance is available.

YMCA Camp Greenville - Base Camp

864-836-3291, ext. 0518

4399 YMCA Camp Road, Cleveland

camper_services@ymcagreenville.org

https://campgreenville.org/summer-camp

June 14-Aug. 20, Rising grades 2-12

Campers enjoy a balanced mix of adventure, fun and tradition, all in a beautiful mountaintop setting. The back-to-basics approach – screen-free, no phones, no internet – lets campers connect with nature and themselves. The traditional overnight experience includes living in cabins, eating meals in the dining hall, enjoying campfires, evening programs and more. Financial assistance is available.         

YMCA Camp Greenville - Mini-Week Adventure Camp

864-836-3291, ext. 0518

4399 YMCA Camp Road, Cleveland

camper_services@ymcagreenville.org

https://campgreenville.org/summer-camp

June 10-13, Rising grades 3-4

This session is for campers rising into grades 3-4 (first time or returning) who want to try a sampler of YMCA Camp Greenville's adventure activities like rock climbing, paddle sports, hiking, one overnight and more. Financial assistance is available.

YMCA Camp Greenville - Mini-Week Base Camp

864-836-3291, ext. 0518

4399 YMCA Camp Road, Cleveland

camper_services@ymcagreenville.org

https://campgreenville.org/summer-camp

June 10-13, Rising grades K5-2

This session is for campers rising into grades K-2 and who have never been to Camp Greenville. This mini week will allow them to better prepare for a week-long session in their camp future. Financial assistance is available.

YMCA Camp Greenville - Parent and Me Camps

864-836-3291, ext. 0518

4399 YMCA Camp Road, Cleveland

camper_services@ymcagreenville.org

https://campgreenville.org/summer-camp

June 10-13, Rising grades K5-1

Moms and dads (or grandmas/grandpas, uncles/aunts, etc.) join in as one parent/guardian is required to register per family. Either parent can bring daughters, sons or both to each session. Financial assistance is available.

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