Spring Break Camps and Activities

Your go-to guide for spring break fun in (and around) Tulsa.

The Tulsa area has so much to offer your family this spring break. Whether you’re looking for camps, activities or short road trips, you’ll find it below in our 2021 Spring Break Camps & Activities Listing.

If you’re looking for some stay-home fun, check out our lists of Stay-at-Home Spring Break Activities, 5 Simple Science Experiments and TulsaKids Editor Betty Casey’s 25+ Ideas for Indoor Fun.


SoccerCity Tulsa Spring Break Camp

Want your kids to have some fun and stay active this Spring Break?  We have your solution….

Bring your kids to SoccerCity’s Spring Break Camp, ages 4 to 15 years welcome. The groups will be divided among age and ability. Camp will be the week of March 15th – 19th from 9am to 12 noon.  Children should come ready to listen, learn, and most of all HAVE FUN!! Learn more and register here.

LaFortune Park Jr. Golf Camp

  • Ages: 5-17
  • Cost: $150 (sibling discount available)
  • Dates: March 15-18, 9 a.m.-12 p.m.

Every junior will receive hours of valuable instruction each day on different aspects of the game including full swing, putting, chipping, bunker play, and pitching, accompanied by skills challenges and on-course instruction.

Discovery Lab Spring Break Camps

Explore introductory coding concepts using iPads and Ozobots. Can you code your Ozobot to sprint across a finish line, dance, laugh out loud, and other crazy challenges? Paper coding, the app remote control feature, and Blockly will be used to practice basic computer programming.

Ozobot Coding Adventure
Ages 7 – 9 | March 15-19, 9:00 A.M. – 12:30 P.M.

Bot Camp: Level 1
Ages 10 – 12 | March 15-19, 1:00 P.M. – 4:30 P.M.

Camps are $125 and include a Discovery Lab T-shirt. Masks are required for all ages. Register at discoverylab.org/camps

Tulsa Zoo Spring Break Virtual Career Camp

Calling all zoo lovers! Have you ever wondered what it is like to work at the zoo? During our virtual career camp, you will get an inside look from our own zoo staff at some of the many career opportunities available in the zoological field. Every day of camp includes a 1 hour live program that focuses on a new zoo career each day. Expect exclusive behind the scenes access, tours, interviews, animal encounters, and so much more – right from the comfort of your own home. You do not want to miss this!
Ages: All ages welcome
Dates: Monday, March 15th through Friday, March 19th, 2021
Time: 10:00 am to 11:00 am daily
Virtual Platform: Zoom. Once registered, you will receive a confirmation email that includes the Zoom link for access to camp each day.
Cost: $75 per household (includes all 5 camp days for everyone in your group)*. Zoom access is limited to one device per registration.
Register here!

Spring Break, Day by Day

Monday, March 15

Spring Break at Will Rogers Memorial Museum: 19th-Century Hands-on Activities and Behind-the-Scenes Museum Tour

Each day from March 15-19, 1-3 p.m., the Will Rogers Memorial Museum will offer special Spring Break Activities! These are free, and no pre-registration is required. Find the week’s schedule at www.willrogers.com/spring-break.

American Indian Festival of Words: Storytelling With Choogie Kingfisher

Join TCCL for traditional storytelling of the Kituwah Cherokee along with flute music and good ole laughter. View on the library’s YouTube channel, www.youtube.com/tulsalibrary. Video will be available March 8-31. For all ages.

Teen Tech Month: Bristlebots To-Go Craft Kit

Create a small robot by combining a toothbrush head with a vibrating motor, and then watch as it scoots around. Pick up your kit from the Brookside Library (1207 E. 45th Pl.) all month while supplies last! For ages 10-18.

Tuesday, March 16

American Indian Festival of Words: Puzzle ‘N Learn Activity Kit

Learn about traditional and heritage crops within American Indian communities. Pick up an activity kit at your local Tulsa City-County Library branch while supplies last. Kits are available March 8-31. For all ages.

Teen Book Chat (6-7 p.m.)

Join on Zoom to chat about the Sequoyah Book Award nominee “Birthday” by Meredith Russo. Register online at www.tulsalibrary.org/events with your email address to receive Zoom link. Visit https://tccl.bibliocommons.com/item/show/4388073063 to find a print or electronic copy today. Synopsis: Two best friends. A shared birthday. Six years … Read the book to find out more!

Wednesday, March 17

Grow Your Own Luck! (10-11:30 a.m.; Central Center in Centennial Park, 1028 E. 6th St.)

Show your Irish Spirit and plant your own very shamrock bunch on St. Patty’s Day! Decorate your shamrock planter, plant your shamrock bulbs, and, with a little luck, watch your shamrocks grow! Ages 6-12 Wednesday, March 17, 10:00 -11:30 a.m. Cost: Tulsa Residents -$10. Non-Residents -$12.50.

Storytime at Tulsa Zoo (10 a.m.; Tulsa Zoo, 6421 E. 36th St. N.)

Join the Tulsa Zoo for Story Time every Wednesday. Each week, participants will listen to a different book and have an up-close ambassador animal encounter. Story time may take place either in Rajan’s or near the elephants, depending on the weather. Advance tickets required.

The STUDIO at ahha Tulsa

This March, THE STUDIO at @ahhaTulsa has special featured materials! Visit ahha anytime during public hours to think like an artist through open-ended creative discovery and play. The month-long featured material for March is astroturf and the featured technique is wire sculpture! During the week of Spring Break, you’ll find a new featured material every day:

3/17: Green things for St. Patrick’s Day
3/18: Wearables
3/19: Noisemakers
3/20: Soft materials
3/20: Round items

THE STUDIO is fun for kids, teens, and all ages and is included with admission to ahha. Plan your visit at www.ahhatulsa.org. #KeepTulsaCreative

Thursday, March 18

Keystone Ancient Forest Hike Day (8 a.m.-2 p.m.; Keystone Ancient Forest, 160 Ancient Forest Dr., Sand Springs)

Hike at Keystone Ancient Forest every Thursday-Sunday, 8 a.m.-2 p.m. (Weather permitting) Hike among centuries-old cedar and post oak trees, as well as a variety of wildlife!

Bands & Blooms: Finnegan’s Awake (6-8 p.m.; Tulsa Botanic Garden, 3900 Tulsa Botanic Dr.)

Unwind with an evening in the Garden! Experience the vibrant colors of spring flowers and the soulful music of Finnegan’s Awake in the Garden. MASA Food Truck will have tasty dinner options. Cash bar with beer and wine will be available at 5:30pm. Bring a blanket or chairs.

Tulsa Botanic Garden is open Tuesday – Sunday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Thursdays until 8 p.m. during daylight saving time.  Admission is FREE for Garden members. $8 for ages 13+, $4 for ages 3-12. Children 2 and under are free.

Virtual Trivia Night with Oklahoma Aquarium (7 p.m.)

Join Oklahoma Aquarium for an evening of mind-melting, brain-busting trivia fun on Zoom! Virtual Trivia Night guests will test their knowledge of sea creatures, pop culture, history and more. This fun night of facts and fishes will include a chance to win fin-credible prizes.

All ages are welcome, but trivia questions will be geared toward adults.

Learn more and register here: https://www.okaquarium.org/299/Virtual-Trivia-Night

Friday, March 19

I-Spy: Take-Home Activity 

Pick up a weekly I-Spy activity page at the Hardesty Regional Library (8316 E. 93rd St.) this month and send the library a picture of your results. New pages are available every week! Submit a picture of your activity pages to hr@tulsalibrary.org to be entered into a prize drawing. Please send only a picture of the page itself, and include your name and contact information. You do not have to find all of the items on the page to be entered as long as you have completed all of at least one of the categories. For elementary students.

Saturday, March 20

Idea Lab Workshop: Wearable Art (10 a.m.-2 p.m.; Philbrook Museum, 2727 S. Rockford Rd.)

Dive into a wealth of collage material and create a wearable work of art that imagines a different world. Make one for yourself; make one to leave behind for others. Advance tickets required. Learn more here.

32 Places to Explore in Tulsa Metro

Looking for more to do over Spring Break? Become a Tulsa Tourist! We’ve rounded up some of our favorite attractions below. Are there any on this list you’ve never visited? Take advantage of the time off and explore!

8 Museums/Galleries:

8 Places to Experience Nature:

8 Great Parks:

8 Landmarks:

9 Day-Trip Destinations

There are so many kid-friendly attractions within driving distance of Tulsa. Here are our top six suggestions for a Spring Break Day Trip! Find specific attractions in each location here. (Keeping in mind that some of the attractions may now be closed due to the COVID-19 outbreak!)

  1. Bartlesville, Oklahoma
  2. Bentonville, Arkansas
  3. Dallas, Texas
  4. Eureka Springs, Arkansas
  5. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
  6. Pawhuska, Oklahoma
  7. Springfield, Missouri
  8. Stillwater, Oklahoma
  9. Wichita, Kansas

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