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Spring Break Adventure List

These Activities Will Keep Young Minds Active During Their Time Off From School

Spring break is upon us, and it’s time to have some fun! For those who are enjoying a staycation, we’ve compiled a list of fun adventures for kiddos to embark on to make this a memorable break.  

From exploring the great outdoors to learning a new skill, these activities offer something for everyone!  Please note that some events are subject to cancellation so be sure to check the websites listed and register beforehand.


Unplug @ Camp LLELA Spring Break Camp! This high-energy outdoor adventure camp gives children the ability to run, jump, build and play throughout LLELA’s 2,500 acres. Ages 7-12 are welcome to attend specific days or the entire week. Call 972-219-3550 or visit to register.


Grapevine Parks & Recreation is offering many spring break camps March 14-18. Camps include DJ School, Cooking Basics, Hero vs. Super Villain Science and REC Camp. For more information, visit

Fort Worth Zoo

Fort Worth Zoo’s Spring Break Camp will be from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. daily March 14-March 18. Full-week and individual-day registration is available. The camp is open to children ages 5 to 10. For more information or to register, visit

Twin Coves Park

Reserve a cabin at Twin Coves Park and enjoy a family campout! Twin Coves is located in Flower Mound on the north shore of Grapevine Lake and boasts 19 furnished cabins, plus RV slips and primitive tent camp sites. The park includes a camp store, playground, pavilions, volleyball court, disc golf course, nature trails, kayak rentals and much more. Visit for more information.