Unfortunately we've had to cancel the LA Camp Fair at Dodger Stadium which was set to take place March 6.
This was not an easy decision to make. In the end, we determined there were too many variables in play that could make the quality of this event less than ideal.
Our goal is to provide an authentic and genuine camp fair experience for every event. We will never host an event we don't feel like would meet our standards and be successful for you, so we've decided not to hold the camp fair event at Dodger Stadium this year.
The good news is, the UCLA, Calabasas and San Diego events are going to be lively and wonderful with lots of camps for your to meet. Please get your tickets to those events with the links below so we can make sure we have room for you because we are expecting huge crowds.
We'll see you at the Camp Fairs!
If you run a summer camp or program and want to reach the L.A. camper market, signing up for the upcoming L.A. Camp Fair events is phenomenal opportunity to get out in front of 100's if not thousands of Los Angeles area families to meet them, answer their questions, distribute your marketing materials and more.
We have three upcoming Los Angeles Camp Fair events you won't to miss to showcase your camp to the public. These are real, in-person camp fairs where you will meet lots of families interested in learning more about your program. This is NOT a virtual camp fair on zoom....it's a live event just like the old days before COVID!
Here are the different camp fair opportunities you can sign up for:
Here's the registration form to sign up, including prices. We realize budgets are still pretty tight as camps make a COVID comeback, so we've priced the camp fairs affordably.
However, if the prices still aren't within your range, let us know. We don't want you to miss out. Let us know a price that's comfortable for you to pay and we'll do our best to accommodate you.
Looking forward to hosting you at the Camp Fairs and helping you get more campers in 2022
The L.A. Camp Fair at Dodger Stadium takes place Sunday, March 6 inside the Stadium on the 3rd base line field level concourse.
Attending the Camp Fair is a fantastic way to learn about many different camp opportunities available to your children this summer.
Over 60 different summer camps and programs are coming together in one central location (Dodger Stadium!) to meet you in person and showcase their program offerings so you can make an informed summer camp choice this year.
If you are attending the Camp Fair at Dodger Stadium, you might be wondering where to park. We are pleased to say camp fair parking is absolutely free and only a few steps from the camp fair entrance.
Detailed Parking Information for the L.A. Camp Fair at Dodger Stadium
The address for Dodger Stadium is:
1000 Vin Scully Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90012
Visitor Parking Instructions - Left Field Plaza/Concourse
(*This is the only gate open on non-game days. Please bring your driver's license as you will be asked to present it at security. Face masks are required while on property.)
How Do We Get Tickets to the Camp Fair?
Free tickets to the Camp Fair at Dodger Stadium are available now, but they're going fast. It's especially important you grab your free tickets today because we are limiting attendee capacity to follow COVID protocol. Free tickets are available here. We'll see you at the Camp Fair!
We are pleased to say we can confirm the L.A. Camp Fair in Calabasas will take place Saturday, March 12 at AC Stelle Middle School in Calabasas. We will provide more details soon including how to get your free tickets to this event soon.
Firecracker Math is one of the Top Online and In-Person Academic Summer Math Camps for Kids and Teens
We like to highlight certain camps we think would be exciting for parents and kids to learn about.
Firecracker Math is and academic summer camp for curious and challenge-loving kids ages 6 to 16.
Morning classes cover selected topics from number theory, algebra, geometry, combinatorics, graph theory, logic, and the basics of computer science. Instruction employs math games, math-based magic tricks, curious paradoxes, and contests to spark kids’ interest and boost their skills and confidence in math and other STEM subjects.
Math lessons and topics are covered over two week sessions. The third week of camp may have repeat information, so please check with the director if you are interested in registering your child for a third week.
The daily schedule for each age group will be posted one week prior to the start day. After lunch, full day students will participate in a variety of fun afternoon activities. Previous years’ activities included chess, art, robotics, dance, yoga, games, and more. Depending on current CDC protocols afternoon activities may take place outdoors.
Visit the camp's website for more information.
Blog posts by Cora Carter of L.A. Summer Camps.com