Park City Summer Camps

The last day of school for the Park City School District is June 3rd. This means summer break is only a few months away and if you’re a Park City parent, you may want to start planning your little one’s summer schedule.

Fortunately for local parents, there are some great Park City summer camp programs available this year.

One of our favorite Park City summer camps is offered through the Kimball Art Center. All sessions are taught by professional, practicing artists with teaching experience who have a personal investment in art education. The weekly Park City summer camp sessions begin June 6th and continue through August 12th. The program is offered to tots (ages 3–5), kids (ages 6–12), and teens (ages 13–18) in morning and afternoon half-day sessions, in a variety of mediums and themes. Morning and afternoon kids’ sessions (ages 6–12) may be combined for a full-day camp experience. Summer Camp pre-sales kick off March 15th to Kimball Art Center Members and the summer camp goes on sale to the public on April 1st at 8:00 AM. Become a Kimball Art Center Member and learn more.

Children of all ages will learn how to practice mindfulness as they are taught cooking skills or gardening. The topics explored at EATS summer camps are all entertaining and educational. You can join EATS Park City’s newsletter to be notified of upcoming camps or if you are interested in learning about scholarship opportunities email natalie@eatsparkcity.org.

Another awesome place that offers summer camps in Park City is Basin Recreation. Their youth camps are fun and exciting. Starting the beginning of June, you can register your little athlete for youth activities such as lacrosse, kickball, mountain biking and basketball. If you have an adventurer at home, sign them up for Basin Rec’s Summer Blast Camp, each day of the week has its own activity including swimming, arts and crafts. Or if your little one is interested in learning about unique animals, the weeklong Critter Camp is packed with crafts, games, hikes and a visit from Kim’s Cold-Blooded Creatures. Click here to check out their full list of Park City summer camps.

Let us know if you have any summer fun suggestions for fellow Park City parents.