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Out of the 57 Brooklyn summer camps we’ve found and listed, 21 are located in and around Park Slope.

Park Slope Summer Camps

Acting Out!
7426 15th, 718-236-6494
Acting Out! offers one week workshops in theater subjects from musical theater to film & TV. Specific age ranges are stated for each workshop.

529 5th Ave, South Slope, 718-768-8200
For children between the ages of 3-12
Registration is open for summer camp. Camps are organized by week and theme. In addition to martial arts, campers will also enjoy arts and crafts.

BAX Brooklyn Arts Exchange
421 5th Ave, Park Slope, 718-832-0018
For children entering grades K-6
No talent is needed to start with the BAX summer program. Enthusiastic and curious kids will be given opportunities for tumbling, theater, and dance.

Berkeley Carroll
701 Carroll St or 181 Lincoln Pl, Park Slope, 718-789-6060
For children between the ages of 8-14
Four different programs are held at Berkeley Carroll,including Curious Jane (see below). Among other things, campers will learn Spanish, arts, and toy building.

Brooklyn Botanical Garden
150 Eastern Parkway
For 2-year-olds to 8th graders
Offers half-day camps for little gardeners to get their hands dirty. Sign up for separate morning and afternoon sessions. Staff will oversee lunch. Registration is open.

Brooklyn Boulders
575 Degraw St, Park Slope, Gowanus, 347-834-9066
For ages 5 to 12
Campers will explore activities like top roping, slacklining, and bouldering. For breaks, there will be a few arts and crafts.

Brooklyn Design Lab
413A 7th Ave, Park Slope, 917-657-7441
For children entering grades K-6
These studios run morning and afternoon sessions and are ideal for focusing on a specific fine arts talent. Artist work with professional grade material to create masterpieces out of clay or wood. They learn the art of bookmaking and printmaking.

Camp Olympia
John Jay HS, 237 7th Ave, Park Slope, 718 748-7084
For children between the ages of 4-17
Registration is open for this swimming and sports camp. Parents can get the deposit refunded if they change their mind before May 1. Bring a baseball glove and a water bottle.

Camp Half-Blood
339 MacDonough Street. Meets in Prospect Park.
Ages 6-12
Camp Half-Blood is a different kind of performing arts camp. Demi-gods study archery, sword fighting, foraging and other skills needed to master their weekly quests. Greek myth is the overriding theme.

Cirque D’Ete at Park Slope Day Camp
694 5th Ave, Windsor Terrace, Bay Ridge, Carroll Gardens as well as 2 Park Slope locations, 718-788-PSDC (7732)
For children entering grades PreK-10
Transportation available.
Open houses from 1:00 to 2:30 at the above address on the following dates: March 22nd, April 5th, April 26th, May 17th.  Children are welcome!
Want to run away and join the circus? Park Slope Day Camp teaches circum acrobatics, clown comedy, and set design in their Circus of the Summer program. The best part is, little performers don’t have to run away.

Congregation Beth Elohim’s Summer Day Camps
274 Garfield Pl, Park Slope, 718-768-3814
For children between the ages of 2-13
Beth Elohim’s summer camps are open for registration. Camps are organized by grade level and include swimming in Beth Elohim’s private pool.

Curious Jane
701 Carroll St, Park Slope, 718-369-6320
For girls in grades 2-6
Online registration is open for Curious Jane Jr and Curious Jane. What’s new is the Curious Jane sleepaway camp! Curious Jane operates out of three Brooklyn locations: Berkeley Carroll (701 Carroll St), the Brooklyn Free School (372 Clinton Ave), and the International School of Brooklyn (477 Court St.)

Juguemos a Cantar Summer Day Camp
357 6th St, Park Slope, 917-453-1187
For children between the ages of 3-10
Full immersion is the way to learn a language. Native English speakers and native Spanish speakers explore traditional camp activities like cooking and gardening. But all communication will be done in Spanish. Spanish-as-a-2nd-language learners will become fluent in the language while native speakers will develop a more nuanced appreciation for their native tongue. Half-day and half-week camps are also available.

Kim’s Kids Summer Camp
378 3rd St, Park Slope, 718-768-6419
For children between the ages of 4.5-11
Partial and full week camps are available so families can enjoy their own long summer weekends. Kim’s Kids get out and enjoy everything the city has to offer.

Park Explorers
611 8th Avenue, Park Slope, 718-788-3620
For children between the ages of 3-14
Camps are coed and grouped by grade. Choices offer a personalized camp experience.

The Park Slope Day Camp
339 8th St, Windsor Terrace, Bay Ridge, Carroll Gardens as well as 2 Park Slope locations, 718-788-PSDC (7732)
For children entering grades PreK-10
Transportation available.
Open houses from 1:00 to 2:30 at the above address on the following dates: March 22nd, April 5th, April 26th, May 17th.  Children are welcome!
Check out Park Slope Day Camp’s Sports Academy. Athletes gain self-confidence and learn teamwork through soccer. At the end of the season, the Sports Academy holds a World Cup! Flexible daily and weekly registration is available.

Piper Theatre Productions
Old Stone House & Washington Park, Park Slope, 718-768-3195
Ages 7 to 17
Join a  2- or 4-week summer workshop at Piper Theatre and you’ll be in for a memorable July. Swords, zombies, pirates, love beads, jealousy, Shakespeare, music, film and more, performed on our professional outdoor stage. This year Piper is joining hands with Off The Page so students can write the plays they will perform.

Prospect Park Zoo
450 Flatbush Avenue, Prospect Park,, 718-399-7327
For children between the ages of 2-17
The zoo has short camps for 2-year olds and longer camps for 12-year olds. The camps fill up quickly. Campers will have a lot of hands-on fun.

Spoke the Hub
748 Union Street, Park Slope, 718-408-3234
Pre-k to age 12.
Hone your dance skills and learn to juggle rubber chickens at Spoke the Hub summer camp.

A Summer Adventure
Various locations. Park Slope, Williamsburg, Sheepshead Bay, Bay Ridge, Charleston, Grasmere
For ages 2 to 10
Are you looking for a camp that is both educational and enjoyable? FasTracKids Enrichment promises to keep kids learning. They have separate prep courses for core classes.

Tennis Center
Prospect Park Tennis Center, Park Slope, 718-436-2500
Registration opens April 7th for tennis camp. You’ll need to print and fax in the registration form.