camp registration

Monday, December 3

Camp dates

Friday, December 21

Wednesday, December 26

Thursday, Decmber 27

Friday, December 28

Monday, December 31

Wednesday, January 2

Thursday, January 3

​Friday, January 4


Frequently Asked Questions

Q.  What should my camper bring?
​A.  Extra changes of clothes (especially for younger campers), 2 labeled snacks, spill proof drink, sack lunch if not buying, towel, swim suit, sunscreen, bug spray.  Please label everything!

Q.  Can my two children be in the same camp?
A.  Yes, IF they fall within the same age group bracket.  Otherwise, the children will be placed in separate groups for the safety of the campers.   

Q.  My child is not the best swimmer.  Can they still participate?
A.  Yes!  All children must pass the swim test on the first day in the pool.  If a child cannot pass the swim test, he/she is REQUIRED to wear a life jacket while in the pool.  NO exceptions.  A certified life guard is always present. 

Q.  Do you provide lunch or snacks for the kids?
A.  We are not able to provide lunches.  Parents must pack a hardy, NUT-FREE, lunch and 2 snacks, one of the morning, one for the afternoon.  Make sure and pack the water!

Q.  What does your pool look like and how deep is it?
A.  The pool is 3 feet, 5 feet, 3 feet.  

Q.  I know you have an on-site swimming pool.  Do you offer swimming lessons?
A.  Yes.  We offer swim lessons through Aquatic Solutions (click here for more information).​​

Activities include:
Obstacle Course
On-site swimming
Structured Games
Outdoor playground
Huge INDOOR gym
Bubble Ball Soccer
Movie time / Xbox Games
​Gaga Ball
Weekly Field trips
​Nerf wars
​Drift bikes

Activities Include:

Daily Themes

Obstacle course

Kids in Action Games/Curriculum

Fine Motor skills

Rock Wall


Dress Up

Toy Time

Story time

For Kids Entering K - 5th grade

"Summer camp had been so much fun for them with all the activities y'all have planned. I just want to say thank you to you, and the entire staff for taking such good care of my babies.  Every day they come home telling stories of all the wonderful things they did and what they learned on their field trips. They are staying active!  I hated at the other day care every day when I picked them up they were playing video games.  That's not summer fun! Kids in action has been wonderful. I can tell everyone working there loves what they do, and cares about the kids.  There is always a smiling face when you walk in the door, and that really makes a difference. Keep up the good work!"
Thanks, C. Smith

"My girls love KIA!! It's so much more than a daycare. Their summer camp program is the best in town! There are so many activities for all ages! My youngest graduated from their Preschool program this year and because of the amazing teacher she had she is more than ready for Kindergarten! KIA is by far the BEST after school program. I love how the kids are separated by grade level. The staff are like family! I am more than thankful for everything they have done for our family! I highly recommend Kids In Action!!"

​-Sarah S., via Facebook, August, 2017

"They continue to surprise us with bigger and better ideas for the kids! They think outside the box! The number one priority is our children! As public schools lesson "play time" Kids in Action increases the activity levels! Quiet time is for reading and art or other games to exercise their minds while building social skills and teamwork! The camp counsellors are the best! I love seeing the same people return in the summer once school is out! This speaks volumes!"

-Heather G., via Facebook, June 2017

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Camp Hours

6:30 am - 6:30pm

Kids in Action, established in 1988, and voted by Nickelodeon as “Best Day Camp In Houston” and voted by Living Magazine as "Best Summer Camp,"  will actively engage your child in age appropriate physical play, socialization time,  themed lesson plans, water play/swimming, arts & crafts for a not to forget experience!

School-Aged Camp 

camp registration

Monday, November 5

Camp dates

Monday, November 19

Tuesday, November 20

Wednesday, November 21

Field Trips

November 19 - Freshman to Little Beakers

November 20 - Sophomores/Juniors to Humble Skate

​November 21 - Seniors to Main Event

Registration Information

All school-aged campers, will be divided into age appropriate groups, and will go on field trips according to the following schedule:

Freshman 1 (K-1st)

Freshman 2 (1st-2nd)

Sophomores (2nd-3rd)

Juniors (3rd-4th)

Seniors (4th-5th)


Pre-School Holiday Camp

Kids Day Out is a chance for the child to play through guidance. Our cooperative play helps develop your child's social skills and prepares him for future educational skills. 

​Children must be potty trained.
​A lunch is needed for the full day.
​Snacks are provided.
9:30 - 2:30 (extended day available)

Two Groups
Nappers - 3 and 4 year olds in care more than 6 hours

Non-Nappers - 3 year olds in care less than 6 hours and 4-5 year olds in care all day

 Kids Day Out 

For Kids Ages 3 - 5