Summer Program Information

The Covid-19 pandemic has affected schedules and plans for many summer program providers, so please make sure you contact providers directly for updates on status of camps and classes.


Preparing for Summer: Are you and/or your organization preparing for summer programming? NMOST has compiled a list of resources to help individuals, programs, and families prepare for the summer months!

Learn more here.


Here are some resources for locating summer program offerings in the region:

New Mexico Kids Magazine can be picked up at many locations throughout the region. The annual March/April and/or May/June issues include a listing of summer camps and programs in the Albuquerque, Rio Rancho, Santa Fe, Los Alamos and Española regions.  The 2022 edition is available on-line (summer activities directory starts on page 38). They also have an online directory of Family Resources.


Additional resources in the state:


The New Mexico Museum of Space History hosts Rocketeer Academy summer camps.

Albuquerque area:

The City of Albuquerque has a repository of local programs of all sorts, including information and sign up for the lottery to join into their own low cost programs at community centers and playgrounds in the metro.

Albuquerque Public Schools also provide summer learning programs in the metro.

Explora Science Center and Children's Museum has a range of programs available.

UNM ESS- The UNM Engineering Student Success Center (ESS) has a variety of opportunities for K-12 students. 

2016 Summer Program report for the Albuquerque Metro Area: ABQ Summer Programs


Clovis Community College has its own Kids College.


San Juan College has a Kids Kollege program in the summer.

Gallup Area:

The City of Gallup Parks and Recreation Department posts information about programs and facilities

Las Cruces:

Las Cruces Kids - Summer Camp directory

City of Las Cruces - Summer rec programs.

New Mexico State University Summer Camp - Sports camps at NMSU.


Lovington Youth Center - Programs and activities.

Northern New Mexico:

Northern New Mexico STEAM Hub - Summer Camp opportunities

2021 Summer Physics Camp for Young Women

Santa Fe:

STEM Santa Fe - STEM camp offerings. Planning for Summer 2021 is underway!


TWIRL - Information on classes and other programs. 


Mesalands Community College Community Information


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