Summer activities and camps for children

Camp is happening! Children can start looking forward to a summer of unforgettable moments with (new) friends.  Are you looking for some fun activities or a sports/themed camp for your kids this summer in the Leuven region?


The container website allows filtering per theme, age, period and location.  The site is in Dutch, but you can use a translation add-on (Google Translate for example) to make a first selection and then call the organisers to get more details and to enquire about the possibility for non-Dutch speaking children to join.

There’s a lot to choose from so here are some tips:


  • All sports
  • 3y to 19y
  • During the summer holiday
  • Whole days or half days
  • Registration possible until 1 week before the start date (if places are available)
  • What to bring: lunch if kids are staying the whole day and a beverage
  • All dates, locations and prices on the website
  • Need some help registering? Call or email the service desk: 016 27 22 20 or email

Zomerkamp (summer camp)

  • Workshops, games and crafts
  • 3y to 15y
  • During the summer holiday, per week (not on 21 July)
  • Schedule:
    • 8:00 – 9:00 registration
    • 9:00 start activities
    • 12:00 - 13:00 lunch break (bring lunch box)
    • 16:00 end of activities
    • 16:00 - 17:30 deregistration
  • Where: Basisschool GO! De Grasmus, Grasmushof 5, 3000 Leuven
  • What to bring: morning snack, lunch, beverage (water is foreseen)
  • Info and registration (per week) can be done via the youth service: 016 27 27 50 or

Cirkus in beweging (circus in motion) 

  • Depending on the chosen program: circus, acrobatics, parkours, skating, creative workshops, yoga,…
  • Special program for children with a physical and/or mental disability
  • Different locations and different dates between 1 – 17 July
  • More info and registrations
  • For additional help with registration 016 60 32 63 of

Tips from the Leuven internationals 

Our Facebook group Expats in Leuven is always a good source of information.  Here’s what the members suggested:

Expatica just published a nice article on international summer camps. 

Just looking for a day activity with the family?  Try the website to find a children-friendly outing ranging from outside playgrounds to guided excursions.

Feel free to share any additional tips you might have with the international community by sharing in the group or by sending us an email.

Enjoy the holidays!