Welcome to Camp Explore 2021!
The Time of Your Life
Even though the landscape of what you can expect for summer camps has changed a bit, Camp Explore continues to provide a unique summer camp experience filled with camps from stem to arts and more, all while creating a place that fosters friendships and fun! This summer is no exception! As we ease ourselves back into a "new" normal, while keeping the safety of our staff and your campers our number one priority, we are excited to see your campers in person once again! Our programs are designed for ages 4-18. Afternoons will be filled with fun group activities such as swimming, roller skating, movies, snow cones, and much more. You will have the ability to opt out of the afternoon activities if you feel more comfortable.
What Set's us a part from other summer camps?
At Camp Explore we pride ourselves for not being a "babysitter" for your camper. We offer fun, educational, enrichment camps taught by certified teachers. Most of our staff come from schools around the Tulsa area. In the afternoons, we take our campers out for a little fun and sun! Our afternoon activities include bowling, roller skating, swimming, splash pads and more. Camp Explore will give you the peace of mind that your camper will be completely engaged from the time you drop them off in the morning until you pick them up in the afternoon!
What does all this enrichment and fun cost?
Camp Explore is about the same costs as other camps that are similar. However, we usually run a special coupon code for big discounts! Just email us and ask us about the current discount and code!
Camp Tuition: 295.00/camper/week
Registration Fee: 35.00/camper/one time charge for the summer
Materials Fee: 20.00/ camper/ camp
DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE! JUST EMAIL US AT CAMPEXPLORE@MSPATULSA.COM
COVID-19 summer precautions
Masks will be required on all indoor activities. They will not be required on outdoor activities unless a mask mandate is in place at our location.
All temperatures will be taken at check-in.
Each camp will have their own "home-base" where they will meet for their morning camp activities and stay to eat their lunch.
The number of campers allowed in each camp will be limited in order to put a CDC recommended 3' space between each camper for social distancing.