Southwest Austin - Dripping Springs Edition - February 2021


Specic dates for programs and details are still being determined. IP Dates: June-August Ages: 3-8 Cost: $30-$35 per half day The Little Gym 2716 W. William Cannon Drive, Ste. E-150, Austin 512-899-3456 35 RED Arena oers its annual Horse Camp again this year. An inclusive summer camp for children with disabilities, campers of all experience levels are invited to participate in trail rides, games and crafts while learning about horse care and teamwork. A health screening is required in order to attend. Camps are held each week in June through August. IP Dates: June-August Ages: 5-15 Cost: $600 per week 1601 Bell Springs Road, Dripping Springs 512-807-6505 36 Rock About Climbing Adventures hosts climbing camps that encourage safety and fun for young climbers. Each week, campers climb at the Austin Greenbelt, Reimer’s Ranch and Enchanted Rock. IP Dates: June 7-Aug. 13 Ages: 9-18 Cost: $399 per week 3755 S. Capital of Texas Hwy., Austin 512-415-0804 37 Wet & Wild Camp provides eld trips, taking children on daily trips to swim at local pools, lakes, rivers or water parks. Campers are dropped o by parents each day at 7:30 a.m., and parent pickup is at 5:30 p.m. from various locations across Austin, including near

the corner of MoPac and West Hwy. 290. IP Dates: June 7-Aug. 13 Ages: 6-15 Cost: $400-$480 per week Drop-o and pickup available at the corner of MoPac and West Hwy. 290 in South Austin 512-771-3188 CITYOFAUSTIN DELAYSREGISTRATION FORSUMMERCAMPS Registration for summer camps hosted by the Austin Parks and Recreation Department typically begins in February, while registration for its aquatics programming usually starts in April. However, both will be delayed indenitely this year to limit the spread of COVID-19. As of Feb. 15, the COVID-19 vaccine was being distributed in limited quantities to only certain segments of the population, including health care workers, individuals with underlying conditions, and those age 65 and over. Meanwhile the city and Travis County were in Stage 4 of coronavirus risk, the second-highest stage for the spread of the disease. Health ocials continued to recommend residents take precautions such as avoiding large gatherings. Because of that uncertainty, the city decided to hold o on registration. Parks ocials said in-person camps could be oered safely if COVID-19 risk continues to decline, but that timeline is unknown.



Brandy Perryman Shooting Camp Inc.

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32 Brandy Perryman Shooting Camp Inc. campers play basketball and learn how to correctly shoot a basket while practicing team concepts. IP Dates: June 28-July 1 Ages: 7-16 Cost: $240 per week St. Michael’s Catholic Academy 3000 Barton Creek Blvd., Austin 512-799-8891 33 Jump Gymnastics ’ Camp Jump program oers theme-based camps including a variety of activities, such as gymnastics, interactive centers, yoga, arts and crafts, games, music and dance. Extended aftercare and early drop-o are also available for an additional cost. IP Dates: June 7- Aug. 13 Ages: 3-10 Cost: $265-$470 per week 6800 West Gate Blvd., Ste. 111, Austin 512-593-6226 34 The Little Gym in South Austin’s camp program includes hours a day participating in “quests” built around a weekly theme. Activities include gymnastics, games, and arts and crafts.

Cost: $199-$299 per week SoccerZone South Austin 9501 Menchaca Road, Austin 512-280-2244

30 ATX Ballers camp athletes focus on either basketball of soccer. Coaches provide lessons to campers that develop fundamentals and prepare athletes for games. The camps oer full and half-day rates, and run Monday through Thursday. IP

Dates: June 7-Aug. 13 Ages: grades pre-K-12 Cost: $120-$250 per day

Austin Oaks Church gymnasium 4220 Monterey Oaks Blvd., Austin 512-230-8965

31 Better Than Yesterday and Home Court Austin organize a youth basketball camp that teaches basketball and life skills to campers. IP Dates: June 7-Aug. 11 Ages: 5-12 Cost: $175 Home Court Training Center 12701 Lowden Lane, Bldg. 401, Austin 512-284-8149

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