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KIDS CAMP IS HAPPY TO BE BACK THIS SUMMER!

Here is some info for our 2021 season:

  **Please keep in mind that due to county COVID guidelines (and COVID in general), some plans are subject to change. We will do our best to communicate          any changes ASAP.

                     Registration for the June session (6/5 - 6/25) of kids Camp has been postponed.

     A new registration date will be announced as soon as possible. Thank you for your patience. We apologize for any                         inconvenience this may cause.

 Dates, Times, Hours
  • We have two sessions of camp: 4 weeks in June & 4 weeks in July

       ·  June session is Tuesday, June 1st – Friday, June 25th
       ·  July session is Tuesday, July 6th -- Friday, July 30th 

        .  Camp will run Monday thru Friday. 

       .  Camp times are not set yet, but will run for 4 hours some time between 8am and 2pm.       

          Other details about camp will be posted and announced as soon as possible.


FAQ’s

What do we do at camp?

  • Our days are filled with swimming (free swim), arts and crafts, games, and physical activities! Each week has a new theme for kids to get excited about. 


What will this year look like?

  • Kids Camp will follow all county Covid guidelines for day camps and sports teams

  • Children will be in pods of 10-14 children (likely with similar ages)

  • Children and staff will be required to wear masks (unless eating, drinking, or swimming)

  • Yes, campers can attend camp and also go swim team practice! 


What swimming ability do children need to have?

  • To swim in the main pool area, children must be able to complete one lap of strong swimming. A lifeguard will administer this test and has full discretion to decide if it has been passed.

  • If the lifeguard determines that unsafe conditions exist, children can swim in the designated shallow end (kiddie pool)


As always, email parkpoolcamp@gmail.com with any questions!



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