If you are looking to keep your kids busy this Spring Break then your in luck because the City of El Paso is offering camps featuring athletics, outdoors, archaeology, and the arts.

This year the variety of camps will take place at recreation centers, museums, and libraries across the city.

Some of these classes may start to get full so make sure you call before you make the trip and also note that some of these camps may require registration by the end of this week.

Spring Break Sports Camps:

Recreation Centers city-wide will offer morning and afternoon sports camps including t-ball, volleyball, soccer, and other physical activities from March 9 to March 13. The cost is $40 for the week. Call (915) 212-0092 for more information.

Spring Break Trailblazers Camp:

The Veterans Recreation Center will offer outdoors camp from for children ages 8 to 17 from March 9 to March 11. Campers will learn about native desert plants, wildlife habitats and enjoy activities that include hikes, bird watching, archery, and fishing. Admission is free. Call (915) 544-0753 for more information. Registration is required.

Spring Break Archeology Camp:

The El Paso Museum of Archaeology will offer a hands-on camp from March 10 to March 13 including a trip to Hueco Tanks State Park and a chance to practice the ancient art of throwing an Atl-Atl. The cost of the four-day camp is $55 for members and $70 for non-members. Call (915) 755-4332 for more information. Registration is required by March 6th.

El Paso Museum of Art Museum School 2015:

The El Paso Museum of Art will offer four separate hands-on art camps during Spring Break Week. Camps for 6- to 8-year-olds will focus bookmaking or watercolor painting. Campers for 9- to 12-year-olds will focus on the iconic Kawaii characters of Japanese pop art or using something as common as glue to create uncommon works of art. The cost for each of the four-day camps is $60 for members and $75 for non-members. All supplies are included. Pre-registration is required. Call (915) 532-1707 for more information.

Teen Tech Week:

Libraries city-wide will host a week of hands-on, high-tech activities including video production and how-to demonstrations during regularly scheduled Teen Hangouts. Activities are free. Call (915) 543-5495 for more information.