The holidays are fast approaching and parents are searching to find the right holiday camp for their children. We hope our directory of Holiday Camps In New Orleans helps make the search easier. If you’re looking for other holiday fun in New Orleans, we have you covered there too.

Some of the businesses in our directory of Holiday Camps in New Orleans paid to be listed in this guide.

YMCA of Greater New Orleans 

The YMCA of Greater New Orleans began in 1852 to assist in the yellow fever epidemic. More than 165 years later, we are still more than just a gym — we’re a cause. As one of the nation’s largest and most trusted non-profits we work with individuals and families, organizations and communities, to help people live well, reduce their risk for chronic disease, and reclaim their health. We are the 5th oldest YMCA in the country, and for more than a century, our mission has been to provide critical programs that build a healthy body, mind, and spirit for all. With a focus on Youth Development, Healthy Living, and Social Responsibility, the Y responds to society’s most pressing needs by developing innovative, community-based solutions, and uniting people from all walks of life to work for positive social change.

Our 5 branches serve as wellness centers, family centers, and community centers in Belle Chasse, Lower Plaquemines (Port Sulphur and Buras), East Jefferson and Covington. Beyond these community campuses, our Y’s mission-critical programs include: the YMCA Diabetes Prevention Program, which helps individuals with prediabetes reduce their risk of developing Type 2 diabetes; YMCA Educational Services (YES!), our adult literacy and workforce development program; YMCA Children’s Unified Benefits and Services (Y CUBS), which works to improve the lives of children living with autism; the Car Seat Safety Outreach program, our vehicle-occupant, safety-education program that provides car seats to low-income families within our Hispanic, immigrant, and refugee communities; and H2Geaux, the Y’s free, mobile, water-safety and –survival course.

Annually, our Y gives over $1 million in financial assistance to nearly 10,000 lower-income families, members, and program participants, including 600 children and youth. Across our association and community programs, we have work with over 40,000 people each year, including 4,000 seniors and 12,000 children.

Louisiana Children’s Museum 

During our last year of camps on Julia Street, we are celebrating our favorite parts of the Museum! Campers will be busy learning and exploring with STEM, Literacy, Health & Wellness, and Art activities and throughout our exhibits! Holiday camps are for children ages 5 – 8 and are available by the day.

Thanksgiving Camp: Rolling on the River – Monday, November 19 – Wednesday, November 21

Winter Camp 1: Food & Fun Camp – Wednesday, December 26 – Friday, December 28

Winter Camp 2: Talk & Play Camp – Wednesday, January 2 – Friday, January 4

420 Julia Street, New Orleans, LA, 70130; 504-523-1357

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