We offer two types of camps during the summer season. Recreate, Educate, and Create (R.E.C.) is our traditional summer camp, while we also have a variety of specialty. What's the difference between our R.E.C. and specialty camps?
Summer camps will be done on a first come, first served basis during respective registration periods. Active Rec Cards are required for all enrollments.
There will be NO automatic qualifications for Financial Assistance. Anyone interested must re-apply and provide required supporting documentation. Applications are now open.
Time Frame: approximately 11-week period (May 28 to August 9), Full Day Camp
Price per Participant: $80 for the time frame above
Description: Participants will enjoy activities, crafts, games, etc. to go along with the theme. There may be field trips and activities planned for all to enjoy. Must have turned 5 on or before 9/1/2023.
Camp Theme: Think Green... Conserve, Protect, Reduce
March 25, 2024 6pm: Residents Online Only
March 26, 2024 6pm: Residents Online and In Person
April 1, 2024 6pm: Residents and Non-Residents Online and In Person
Time Frame: 3 days up to 1 week Half Day or Full Day Camp
Price per Participant: Varies by Camp
Description: Specialty camps are really just that. Participants will spend the designated time frame enjoying an in-depth exploration of their chosen specialized activity, to include anything from Arts (Visual and Theatre), Sports, and Aquatics related themes.
March 18, 2024 6pm: Residents and Non-Residents Online
March 19, 2024 6pm: Residents and Non-Residents Online and In Person
Annual Rec Cards
A current Rec Card is required to participate in all summer camp activities. Those with active WebTrac accounts, may purchase and/or renew their Rec Cards online.
Note that teens 13 to 19 years of age qualify for a free Rec Card (Teen Pass). You must visit one of our facilities or call our office to acquire a new Teen Pass, it cannot be done online.