Summer Camps
Note: Teton County Library has a terrific camp guide. Click here.

• Wilderness Adventure Base Camp at Snow King Mountain

    Wilderness Adventures’ newest program is at Snow King Mountain. Hike in Grand Teton National Park, climb through the trees at Snow King, learn archery, sing songs, do arts and crafts, participate in Jackson Hole’s only Color War and much more! For 1st – 5th graders, campers split into five age groups. Campers will be invited to participate in week-long sessions that build off each other until the climax of the summer season: Color War week! You can participate in one week or all six from June 26-Aug. 18.

    Base Camp runs from 9 a.m.– 3:30 p.m. Before- and Aftercare is available if your schedule does not quite fit with regular hours. From 8 - 9 a.m. ($25/week) and 3:30-5 p.m. ($75/week), your child will be under the same care and guidance from Base Camp counselors and staff.

wildernessadventures.com/base-camp/

• Camp Jackson, offered by Parks & Rec

    Camp Jackson is divided into five groups by age, ranging from children entering 1st grade - children entering 6th grade: runs from 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, beginning June 19 and ending Aug. 25 at Jackson Elementary School.  The fee is $45 per day. You may register for camp in person at the Recreation Center between March 14 and August 25. 

Teton Science School Summer Camps and Programs

    Science-based camps for children ages 3 through grade 12;

tetonscience.org ; 733-3707

Pumpkin Patch Preschool Camp

   Ages 2 to 5; June – August; 9 a.m.-3 p.m., Monday-Friday (half day option)
   Contact: kimparkerjh@gmail.com

   Main Street, Wilson (Old Wilson Schoolhouse Community Center); 733-1759; jhpumpkinpatch.com

 

• Jackson Hole Playhouse

    "Playtime at the Playhouse" musical theater summer camp for ages 7-16; features seven sessions that run Wednesday to Wednesday from June 13-Aug. 23, and incude a matinee performance at 11:30 a.m. on final day of the session. Shows to be performed are: "Charlotte's Web," "Schoolhouse Rock," "Trolls," "Shrek: The Musical," "Alice in Wonderland," "Newsies" and "Spelling Bee."

     733-6994; jhplayhouse.com

• Camp Shooting Star
    Ages: 4 to 8. Activities: swimming, golf, arts and crafts, food fun, team building, science projects, yoga
kecamps.com/locations/camp-shooting-star; 877-671-2267

 

• Camp Teton Pines
    Ages: 4 to 8. Activities: swimming, golf, arts and crafts, food fun, team building, science projects, fly-fishing
kecamps.com/locations/camp-teton-pines; 877-671-2267

 

• First Baptist Church Vacation Bible School
    Ages: 3 (potty-trained) to entering 5th grade. Activities: crafts, games, science experiments, Bible lessons  
krista.klemmer@yahoo.com; 733-3706; firstbjackson.org

 

• Jackson Hole Mountain Resort Kids Ranch
    Ages: 3 to 11. Activities: drop tower, rock climbing, bungee trampoline, pop-jet fountain, scenic tram rides, hiking, outdoor safety, aerial adventure course, archery
kidsranch@jacksonhole.com; 739-2788

• Teton Literacy Center
    Literacy Adventure Camp for kids exiting Kindergarten to exiting 5th grade. Activities: academic-based camps that take a field trip every day.

    kristin@tetonliteracy.org; 733-9242; tetonliteracy.org

 

• Art Association of Jackson Hole Art Camps
    Ages: 2 to 15. Activities: storytelling, space art, fibers, ceramics, photography, filmmaking, drawing, painting, body as a paintbrush, metalworking, dual-immersion art and culture.
artassociation.org

 

• Dancers’ Workshop Summer Programs
    Ages: 3 to 18. Activities: an assortment of dance, creative movement, pop choreography, visual art and more.
school@dwjh.org; 733-6398

• Exum Mountain Guides Family Climbing Camp or Kids Camp
    Ages: 5 to 13, with parents for family camp, or 11 to 14 w/o parents.
   Activities: climbing, team building, rappelling
   exum@exumguides.com; 733-2297

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