Summer Camps for Kids in Cork for 2016

With the long summer holidays around the corner, many parents will be anxious to get Summer Camps booked. We’ve got you covered! Here are some of the best Summer Camps for kids in Dublin this year. Keep checking back as we’ll be adding new camps all the time! We also have information on Teen Summer Camps and Summer Camps for Kids in Ireland

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Savvy Teen Academy Summer Camp

Savvy Teen Academy

The Savvy Teen Academy offer week long courses helping teens flourish at school / college / work, maximise fun and build a toolbox of skills to help with all areas of their ife. It is not a course based on tradational school curriculum but students will learn and practice skills that are not taught in schools but that are essential to academic and professional success.

Courses run in Cork from 18th to 22nd July 2016

Let’s Go Summer Camps

Let’s Go! is your No. 1 choice for action packed, fun filled summer camps. Let’s Go! Multi Activity Summer Camps operate in towns nationwide during the months of June, July and August for children aged five to thirteen years. Camps run Monday to Friday – 9:30am to 3.30pm daily.

There are two programmes of activities, one for the 5-6 yrs and the second for the 7-13 yrs. These programmes have been designed by their expert team with the children in mind at all times. Let’s Go! iPad Camps are available at some venues, where they have combined the best elements of their traditional sports camp with the latest technology available through iPads.

Learn-It Lego Education Summer Camps

Learn It Lego Education Summer Camps cover a variety of different themes such as Robotics, Mechanics Engineering, Construction, Science and Creativity. Camps are taking place in Cork City & County.

Click here to find a Learn It Lego Summer Camp near you. They have 5 different camps: Junior Engineers (6-8yrs) and Junior Robotics (7-9yrs) summer camps, Senior Engineers Summer Camps (9-12yrs)  and Senior Robotics Summer Camps (11+ yrs) and Mindstorm (EV3) Summer Camps which is an advanced robotics camps for ages (11+ yrs) 


Whizzkids Discover IT Summer Camps are for kids aged 8 to 17 and mix indoor and outdoor action, with sports, code breaking & web design so kids have a fun & varied day.

Camps are taking place during July and August in various locations across the country in top level universities and 3rd level institutions, thus giving kids access to great facilities. Camps run in DCU, UCD, Cork, Clonmel, Limerick, Galway, Maynooth & Tralee.


Brickflicks run stop motion summer camps in various locations across the country. Bring your favourite mini figure to life and learn tips and techniques on all aspects of stop motion. These camps are focused on hands on learning and particpants work in small groups.

The camps are suitable for 8 years + and are happening this summer in various locations around Ireland.

Other Munster Summer Camps

Minevention offer Minecraft Summer Workshops for all Minecraft enthusiasts, they can now enjoy a Minecraft Summer Workshop with two famous Minecraft YouTubers at each workshop. Each workhshop will include:

  • Obstacle Courses with famous YouTubers
  • Free play Minecraft on Xboxes
  • Build Batles with famous YouTubers
  • Oculus Rift
  • Free build with Lego
  • YouTuber Challenges and more

Cost is €25 per child per workshop and includes drinks thoughout the day. Every child will receive a certificate, MineVention Merchandise and a photo.

Venue: Rochestown Hotel, Cork

Dates: July 5th & 6th 2016

Venue: Kilmurry Lodge Hotel, Limerick

Date: July 26th

  • Morning Session 10am to 1pm
  • Afternoon Session 2pm to 5pm
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Tips for Summer Camps

Summer Camps for Kids

Mykidstime is run by parents and we have also compiled our Top 10 Tips for Summer Camps, based on our experience! Things like checking whether they need a drink or snack with them or what the procedure is at pick up time. Each camp provider should have a child protection policy in place. Ask other parents for opinions on camps if it’s your child’s first summer camp year.

If you know of a local camp that we don’t have listed, drop us an email or comment below and we’ll happily add to the listings for other parents! If you are a camp provider and we haven’t listed your summer camp, be sure to list your camp with us

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