For the child who dreams of being a rock star, School of Rock is the place to go. From Rock101 camp where beginners play in a band to the 2-week Advanced Performance Camp requiring an audition to participate, the School of Rock is the premier performance-
The SpotLight Cabaret Camp is the summer camp for the child who loves anything and everything related to acting. Whether your child is interested in on-stage, behind-the-scenes or are simply looking to learn about a new style of theatre, this is the camp. After all, the camp isn’t one of the best summer creative day camps in the Twin Cities for nothing.
Sylvan Academic Camps are suited for kids who want to enhance their academic skills during the summer; including those who love to learn. The academic programs are tailored to your child’s age, grade, and preferred target area. Sessions are fun and highly interactive;
Some may argue that a gymnastics camp belongs in a "sports" category, not a "creative category" but the camp put on by Twin City Twisters (TCT) Gymnastics isn't your average gymnastics camp. The camp is a five-day affair that mixes gymnastic sessions with games, crafts, and tons of creative fun that kids are sure to love.
One of the best summer day camps in the Twin Cities is the Minnesota Zoo Camp. The camp is every animal-loving child’s dream, featuring animal demonstrations, games, activities, and behind-the-scene events. (http://
Circus Juventas invites your child into the magic-filled world of traditional circus for an entire week. The camp teaches kids the latest global techniques in the circus arts, and performance days on Fridays cap off the week-long session.Visit www.circusjuventas.org
Does your child love watching "Chopped" on TV? Then enroll him in the "Chopped" camp at the Way Cool Cooking School. Maybe deserts are her deal? There's a camp for that too! And several others to choose from. It's unique, it's fun and it's cool. That's why we named it one of the best summer day camps in the Twin Cities.You know the skills learned here will last a lifetime.
Video Game Design
What kid doesn’t love video games? If your child would just as soon design one as play one, here's the perfect camp. The Tech Camps, held at McAalaster College, have a broad range of camps for ages 7 - 18 years old. (http://www.internaldrive.com/
Screenwriting and Filmmaking
Fuel your child’s interest in screenwriting and filmmaking by getting him a slot in the IFP Center for Media Arts (http://www.ifpmn.org)
Enroll soon because the best summer day camps in Twin Cities are usually the first to fill up.