As much as kids look forward to summer, many parents dread it. It's the time of year where school is out and parents need to figure out what they're doing with the kids while at work. Luckily, there are many options for parents in Fort Collins when it comes to summer camps and activities., has a list of over 170 different activities for your kids to enjoy that ranges from a cost of $25 to $170.

  • CSU Environmental Learning Center

    They offer several nature programs for ages 7-12 that involves such things as Survival, Splish Splash, Frontier Explorers and more. The programs last for 1 week and go from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

  • CSU Youth Sports Camp

    This 1 week program is for grades K-8 and covers the fundamentals of basketball, hockey, tennis, filed sports, baseball, softball and more.

  • Debut Theatre

    This is a hands on acting program for young adults ages 6-17, teaching theatrics for beginners and intermediate thespians. Students can learn makeup, acting and monologuing.

  • Fort Collins Museum of Discovery

    Your child can discover and get interactive with history and science in this one week program targeted at children from K-8.

  • Gardens on Spring Creek

    Ranging from 1 week to 5 week programs, this nature camp allows children 6-11 to work with birds, insects and gardens.

  • Harlem Globetrotters

    Want to learn basketball from the world famous Harlem Globetrotters? These 1/2 day classes for kids 6-12 are a great interactive experience were your child can work with some of the best ball handlers in the world.

  • CSU Computer Camp

    For the tech and computer enthusiast in your life ages 7-17, this summer computer program is regarded as one of the best in the country.

  • Rivendell School

    Their summer enrichment camps run between 1 and 2 weeks long, ages 7-14 and covers such topics as adventure, nature, art and robotics.

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