Summer Camps In South Mississippi

 

A Helpful Guide To Summer Camps In South Mississippi.

City of Pascagoula Summer Camp

  • Includes indoor and outdoor activities, weekly field trips, special guests, sports and more!
  • Open to ages 6-12
  • Runs May 29-July 27

Pascagoula Youth Soccer Club

  • Ages 5-14
  • 9 a.m. to noon July 9-11
  • Located at the Pascagoula Soccer Complex, 6001 Tillman St.

Sea Camp

  • Kids explore coastal salt marshes aboard a research vessel, have live animal encounters with coastal wildlife, and explore beach habitats
  • Grades 1-6
  • Sessions run June 4-8, June 18-22, June 25-29, and July 9-13
  • Located at USM’s Gulf Coast Research Lab in Ocean Springs

Gulf Coast United Soccer Camp

  • May 29-June 1 at Jackson County Soccer Complex, Gautier
  • May 29-June 1 in Diamondhead at 31120 Noma Drive
  • July 9-12 at Gulfport Sportsplex, Gulfport
  • July 23-26 at Jackson County Soccer Complex, Gautier

City of Biloxi Summer Playground

  • June 4 through July 27
  • For school-age children ages 5-14
  • Located at the following sites:
    • Donal Snyder Community Center, Jeff Davis, Lopez, North Bay, North Woolmarket, Woolmarket and Popps Ferry schools
  • Teen camp is open for ages 12-14
  • Sun camp is open to children with physical and mental disabilities

Institute for Marine Mammal Studies Camps

  • Marine Mammals and Ocean Creatures
    • June 4-8, June 25-29, July 23-27
  • Wetlands, Birds, and Watersheds
    • June 11-15, July 9-13
  • Oceans and Beaches
    • June 18-22, July 16-20
  • Angler Fishing (for ages 10-14)
    • June 25-29
  • Dolphin Camp (for ages 15-17)
    • June 18-22

Lynn Meadows Discovery Center Camps

  • American Girl Camp
  • NASA ASTRO CAMP®
  • Baking Boot Camp
  • Brick/Block Building Camp
  • BUGS and MORE
  • Camp Culinary
  • Camping 101
  • Cook with a Book
  • Crazy Concoctions
  • Dream IT, Build IT, and Create IT
  • Engineering is Elementary (8 themed weeks)
  • Holiday Cooking
  • Itty Bitty Theatre
  • Kids Around the World Clock
  • Kids in the Kitchen
  • Our BIG Yard
  • Pet Vet Camp
  • Pint-Sized Pirates
  • Pretty PINK Princesses
  • Puppet Theatre
  • Rompin Stompin Dinosaurs
  • Secret Garden
  • Slime Science
  • Superheroes Camp
  • Under the Sea Mermaid
  • Wild, Wild West
  • Disney’s Alice in Wonderland Three Week Musical Theatre Camp
    • Kids will learn stage movement, voice, and choreography, as well as the details of producing a stage production
    • Grades 1-8
    • June 4-24
    • At the end of the camp, students will put on two performances
  • The Play’s the Thing
    • Learn playwrighting and create a short play that will be performed on the final day
    • Grades 1-8
    • June 25-29

 

Kroc Center Camps

  • Summer Day Camp
    • Campers enjoy swimming, indoor and outdoor games, music, arts and crafts, group games, sports and other fun activities
    • Ages 5-12 (must be enrolled in kindergarten)
    • Includes breakfast, lunch, and snack
    • Runs Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. May 29 through Aug. 10
  • Art Camps
    • Ages 5-7 meets June 9-13
    • Ages 8-12 meets June 25-29
    • Ages 8-12 meets July 16-20
  • Culinary Camps
    • June 4-8 focuses on Italian cuisine
    • June 18-22 focuses on American cuisine
    • July 9-13 focuses on Mexican cuisine
    • July 23-27 focuses on Southern-style cooking
  • Martial Arts Camps
    • Meets June 11-15 and July 23-27
  • Sports Camps
    • Football camp runs July 16-20
    • Basketball camp runs July 9-13
    • Basketball camp runs July 23-27
  • Swim Camps
    • June 4-8 and July 16-20

Camps at the Mary C. O’Keefe Cultural Center in Ocean Springs

  • Junior Chef
    • Ages 8+
    • Sessions include June 4-8, June 11-15, June 18-22, June 25-29, July 9-13, July 16-20 and July 23-27
  • Bakeshop Basics
    • Budding bakers will learn to prepare both sweet and savory treats, as well as kitchen safety and sanitation, reading recipes, mise en place, and measuring ingredients.
    • Ages 8-13 will meet June 18-22
  • Around the World Culinary
    • Kids will learn about different cultures and create tasty, kid-friendly dishes from around the world.
    • Ages 8-13 will meet June 11-15
  • Food is Science
    • Kids will learn the science of food and do food science experiments
    • Ages 6-14 (younger ages may be considered)
    • July 9-13
  • Dining from the Rainbow
    • Kids learn about different colored foods, with each day’s menu based off a specific color
    • Ages 8-13 will meet July 16-20
  • Art Journaling for Kids
    • Kids learn to keep an art journal filled with writing, sketches, ideas and artwork
    • Ages 6-15 will meet July 9-13
  • Drawing and Painting
    • Kids learn the basics of drawing and painting from life focusing on the fundamentals
    • Ages 7-10 will meet June 25-29
    • Ages 11-15 will meet June 4-8
  • Art Exploration for Kids
    • Kids will learn drawing, painting and collage
    • Ages 7-11 will meet June 4-8; June 11-15; and July 16-20
  • Self Portraits
    • Students learn to draw proportions of the face, how to shade and render features
    • Ages 9-13 will meet June 25-29
  • Painting for Children
    • Children learn about the lives of famous artists and prominent art movements
    • Ages 6-10 will meet June 18-22
  • Pastel Fun for Kids
    • Kids will learn to explore colors and draw using pastels
    • Ages 5-6 will meet June 4-8 and July 9-13
    • Ages 7-11 will meet June 18-22
  • Realism Challenge for Teens
    • Students learn to use pencils, colored pencils and paint to render realistic looking artwork
    • Ages 11-15 will meet June 18-22
  • Pastels for Teens
    • In-depth exploration of colors, perspective, and various drawing methods using pastels
    • Ages 12-13 will meet June 11-15
    • Ages 14-17 will meet June 25-29
  • Mixed Media Painting
    • Kids learn different mixed media and painting techniques from texture to working images into artwork, layering and creating abstract pieces
    • Ages 7-11 will meet July 23-27
  • Art and Play
    • Kids learn drafting design, create inventions, use art, poetry, and writing to create projects
    • Ages 6-10 will meet June 11-15
  • Altered Books
    • Students bring a hardback book to alter by cutting, collaging, and painting to create a work of art out of the book
    • Ages 9-15 will meet July 23-27
  • Magical World of Puppets and Masks
    • Students are introduced to various types of puppetry and mask work and will create their own for a final showcase
    • Grades 1-4 will meet June 25-29
  • Paper Dolls
    • Kids design and color their own paper dolls and accessories, assign them careers and hobbies, and develop wardrobes for them
    • Ages 6-9 will meet July 16-20
  • Play Making
    • Students will create and perform their own plays; led by award-winning playwright Cayson Miles
    • Grades K-4 will meet June 4-8
  • From Page to Stage
    • Young playwrights will create a short play; led by award-winning playwright Cayson Miles
    • Grades 4-8 will meet June 4-8
  • Photography and Visual Design for Teens
    • Students explore photography as creative expression and apply basic elements of visual design
    • Ages 11-15 will meet June 11-15 and July 16-20
  • Gotta Sing, Gotta Dance
    • Students learn basic musical theatre techniques including voice and dance
    • Grades 1-6 will meet July 9-13
  • Space Pirates: A New Children’s Musical Two Week Theatre Camp
    • Students learn to put on a theatrical production
    • Ages 7-16 will meet June 11-15 and June 18-22
  • Disney’s Alice in Wonderland Two Week Theatre Camp
    • Kids will produce a rollicking musical version of “Alice in Wonderland”
    • Open to all grades
    • July 16-20 and July 23-27, with two final performances happening on July 27-28

Camps at Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College

  • Learn to Swim Camp
    • Instructive course teaching basic swim skills
    • Ages 3-12
    • Jackson County campus, Gautier
      • Three sessions run June 4-14, June 18-28, & July 9-19
    • Jefferson Davis campus, Gulfport
      • Sessions run June 4-14 and June 18-28
    • Explorer’s Environmental Camp
      • Activities include kayaking, swimming, canoeing, hiking, nature walks rope challenge courses, and rock wall climbing
      • Ages 12-16
    • Jackson County campus, Gautier
      • Two sessions run June 18-22 and July 16-20
    • Chemistry Camp
      • Make polyurethane foam, slime, plexiglass crystals, fingerprints and more
      • Ages 11-14
      • Jackson County campus, Gautier
        • Two sessions run July 9-13 and July 16-20
      • Robotics Technology Camp
        • An interactive camp building robots and stomp rockets
      • Ages 10-17
      • Jackson County campus, Gautier
        • Sessions run June 18-22 and June 25-29
      • Jefferson Davis campus, Gulfport
        • Sessions run June 4-8 and June 11-15
      • Cooking Camp
        • Ages 9-13
        • Jefferson Davis campus, Gulfport
          • June 11-15
        • NFL Summer Camp with Justin Evans from Tampa Bay Buccaneers
          • Free event on June 16 at MGCCC Perkinston campus for all age youth
          • Registration will open 30 days prior to event
          • Register at Eventbrite
        • MGCCC High Performance Junior Tennis Camp
          • Ages 7-18
          • MGCCC Perkinston campus
            • Two sessions run from June 4-8 and June 11-15
          • Summer Musical Theater Institute
            • Grades 1-8
          • Perkinston campus
          • Session runs from June 25-29
          • MGCCC Girls High School Soccer Camp
            • Grades 9-12
            • Session runs from June 28-30
            • Perkinston campus
          • MGCCC Kids Soccer Camp
            • Ages 4-12
            • Session runs from June 4-6
            • Perkinston campus
          • MGCCC Bulldog Football Lineman Skills/Team Camp
            • Grades 9-12
            • Session runs June 10-12
            • Both day and overnight options available
            • Perkinston campus
          • MGCCC Bulldog Women’s Basketball Individual Camp
            • Ages 12-18
            • Session runs June 19-20
            • Located at MGCCC Perkinston campus
          • MGCCC Boys High School Soccer Team Camp
            • Grades 7-12
            • Session runs June 25-27
            • Located at MGCCC Perkinston campus
          • MGCCC Baseball Kids Camp
            • Ages 6-12
            • Session runs June 18-20
            • Perkinston campus
          • MGCCC Advanced Soccer Camp
            • Ages 10-16
            • Session runs June 4-6
            • Perkinston campus
          • MGCCC 7v7 Boys & Girls High School Soccer Tournament
            • Grades 7-12
            • Session runs July 21
            • Perkinston campus

YMCA Summer Camps

  • Ages 5-12
  • 6 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday through Friday from May 29 to Aug. 3
  • Available at the following locations:
    • East Hancock Elementary School, Kiln
    • College Park Elementary, Biloxi
    • Vancleave Summer Camp Site, Hwy. 57 behind Vancleave UMC
    • Taconi Elementary, down the street from YMCA in Ocean Springs

River City Summer Camp

  • The City of Moss Point Parks and Recreation Department is hosting its annual weekly summer camp, which includes activities like swimming, bowling, parks, movies, museums, and more.
  • Ages 5-13
  • Runs June 4 through July 27
  • Located at the Sue Ellen Gym, 4131 Sue Ellen St.
  • Applications can be picked up at the city’s Riverfront Community Center, 4400 Denny St. Call 228-475-7887 for details.

Gospel Singers of America Music Camp

  • A three-week overnight camp located in Pass Christian that teaches students to read and play music, with an emphasis on singing and writing gospel songs
  • Open to students of all ages
  • Begins June 20, 2018

 

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