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Thinkery’s Open Door Initiative provides free and discounted admission to Thinkery’s inspirational play-based learning programs, including Camps.
We have extended the application window for families interested in applying for Financial Assistance for 2022 Thinkery Camps. You’ll find links to our application forms in the dropdown menu on this page or on our Registration and Pricing page.
Click here to learn how you can support Thinkery’s Open Door Initiative and share the power of STEAM education throughout Central Texas!
Thinkery Camps at Reed Elementary
Austin’s favorite kids’ camps are now available in Cedar Park! In addition to Thinkery Camps at the Meredith Learning Lab, we’ll be hosting five weeks of Camps at Reed Elementary in Cedar Park. LEARN MORE
Extended Care Options
Need a later pick-up time for your campers? Aftercamp extended care services will be available for a limited number of campers at our Thinkery location only. Aftercamp is not included in your Camp reservation, and requires an additional $75 fee per camper each week. LEARN MORE
Aftercamp services will only be available at our Thinkery location.
Kids love to play, learn, and explore at Thinkery Camp!
2023 Information Coming Soon!
Thinkery Camps are some of Austin’s most popular options for kids from Pre-K to grade 5, beloved by parents and young learners alike! It’s easy to see why…our weeklong camps provide a safe, creative, and challenging environment for campers to learn and grow—and have a whole lot of fun while they’re doing it.
Browse by Date
New camps start every Monday from June 6 through August 1.
Browse by Age
We offer camp sessions for students in three different age groups.
Browse by Theme
Choose from four STEAM-focused camp themes to engage and inspire!
Important Information about Thinkery Camps
Campers With Special Needs
Registration & Pricing
Get details on pricing for 2022 Thinkery Camps, our cancellation policy, and registration paperwork. Learn more
Frequently Asked Questions
Have questions about our day-to-day operations, safety practices, or extended care options. Visit our FAQ to find answers!
Your feedback and questions are very important to us. Just email firstname.lastname@example.org. We respond to all requests in the order in which they’re received.
COVID-19 Health and Safety Information
Mask policy (all locations)
The health and safety of our campers and staff remains Thinkery’s top priority. Thinkery’s 2022 camps will observe the same masking policy as our General Admission visitors. This policy is updated weekly to correspond to the latest Community Levels rating for Travis County.
During “Low” and “Medium” periods (as defined by the CDC), masks are recommended but are not required. Masks will be required only during periods where Austin/Travis County is at “High” levels of COVID risk.
The county-level ratings are updated every Thursday at 7pm CT. Our mask policy will be updated weekly to correspond to the latest Community Levels rating for Travis County. If the Thursday update changes the Travis County rating (from green to yellow, for example), Thinkery will move to the corresponding masking policy on Friday morning.
Click here for detailed information on our health and safety policies, including the masking guidelines for each of the CDC’s Community Levels.
While there is no 100% effective way to prevent illnesses, we’re taking ongoing steps to make our in-person camps as clean and safe a learning environment as possible. There are additional steps that YOU can take to help us provide a clean, safe, and healthy environment.
If your child is sick, please keep them at home.
We’ll be doing daily temperature checks and health screenings for all campers, and any camper showing signs of illness will be sent home. To save yourself an extra trip, it’s best to keep sick campers at home.
Work with your camper ahead of time to practice good hygiene.
Help your camper get familiar with important concepts like:
- Frequent washing of hands with soap and water for at least 15-20 seconds each time.
- Avoid touching your eyes and face as much as possible.
- Maintain physical distance from other campers as much as possible.
- Cover your mouth and nose if you have to sneeze or cough. If you’re not wearing a mask, remember to cough and sneeze into your elbow (the “vampire sneeze“) or into a tissue, not into your hand.