The Orange County Great Park offers summer camps running June 11-Aug. 24 for kids of all ages, with themes ranging from science and engineering to soccer and tennis. Registration is now open at yourirvine.org.
Kids ages 6-14 practice skills and learn to strategize and recognize tactical patterns.
Kids ages 5-14 have a variety of interests to chose from: they can build LEGOs or engineer a virtual world. Parents can choose from morning, afternoon or all-day options.
Children ages 5-14 can exercise their mind and body with these combo camps. Start with tennis in the morning, then choose chess lessons or a STEM-based camp in the afternoon.
Fun in the Sun camps teach young ones ages 3-5 basic skills, while Kick It camps lead those ages 6-12 through engaging games that build self-confidence and promote sportsmanship.
Kids ages 9-14 can pass, set and hit all summer. Younger and introductory campers will work on basic fundamentals, while older and more skilled players will work on two-on-two match strategies.
Kids ages 5-14 are grouped by skill level. Through a mixture of games and drills, beginners work on basic strokes with an emphasis on learning to rally while intermediate and advanced players work on improving stroke techniques and strategies.