7 Excellent Bozeman Area Summer Camps To Keep The Kids Occupied
Why are there never enough summer camps and classes to meet the demand of the Gallatin Valley? I'll never know. But here are some really great options available to you and your kids this summer in the Bozeman area.
PRO TIP: No matter what the time of year, if there's a fun class or camp you hear about, do NOT wait long to get registered. It's a well-known fact that things fill up quickly around here and it doesn't matter whether it's tennis, nature or art. Don't put off getting registered because you WILL miss out.
Camp Equinox Summer Theater Day Camp: Camp Equinox offers two 4-week sessions, and kids ARE allowed to register for both if there is availability. This is an incredibly popular option. "From musical comedy, to Shakespeare, to film acting, to mask-making, puppetry, play-writing, and comedy improv, it's a month of challenges, friends and intense fun!"
- EQUINOX MAIN CAMP, FOR KIDS GOING INTO GRADES 3-8: $845 for the four-week program. (Extended payment plans available)
- EQUINOX MINISPOTS: HALF-DAYS FOR KIDS GOING INTO 1ST AND 2ND GRADE: $560 For the four-week half-day program.
- EQUINOX TWO-SESSION PROGRAM! 3rd-8th grade campers can now do both sessions at a $100 discount! $1590 for all eight weeks!
Alpengirl Camp - Summer Teen Adventure Camp for Girls: "Alpengirl is the best choice for adventurous and nature loving campers who want to meet new friends, see new places try new outdoor activities, and go above and beyond challenges." This is a larger commitment, as the girls do some traveling on their adventures. Montana, Idaho, Wyoming, and Washington. Rafting, camping, hiking, cooking, and tons of other adventures.
GirlSing Summer Music Camp: (NOT religious-based camp or a camp with any religious orientation or emphasis) 2023 DATES: June 12-16 or August 14-18 or August 21-25. Singing, song writing, creative projects, art projects, hiking and activities, journaling, and much more. "GirlSing believes "music-making skills" run parallel to "life skills."
MOSS - Montana Outdoor Science School: A local favorite of Gallatin Valley kids AND adults. This group teaches and immerses kids in everything outdoors. They have Summer Camps, PIR day camps, Spring Break camps, Homeschool science programs, and nature walks. MOSS offers week-long summer camps for young adventurers in K – 9th grade. See the full list of MOSS Summer Programs here.
Agape Ministries Global: Offering summer camps, PIR and Holiday day care, and Agape Sports/Pee Wee Football at different locations around the valley. "Agape Ministries Global has been serving in the Gallatin Valley since 2008." See the Agape Schedule of Activities here.
Gallatin Valley YMCA: "Strengthen community through youth development, healthy living, and social responsibility." This nationally known organization has a variety of programs for our kids. Adventure day camps and different locations, "Move & Play" day camp, and teen camps are available.
City of Bozeman Summer Programs: Incredibly popular, so much so that the system crashed on the first day of registration on March 1st. The COB Parks and Recreation Department does a wonderful job of offering a variety of classes and day camps for area youth. Preschool, garden classes, baseball, soccer, skateboarding, tennis, etc..