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- Resident online registration, fax and mail-in registration begins at 7 a.m. on February 20. Fax: 703-228-4765. Mail-In: 3700 South Four Mile Run Drive., 22206.
- Resident phone-in or on-site walk-in registration begins February 27 at our main Registration office, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, 3700 South Four Mile Run Drive, 22206. Phone: 703-228-4747 Fax: 703-228-4765.
- Non-residents may register beginning on March 6.
Summer Activities Fair
Read information about the Summer Activities Fair, run by Arlington Public Schools.
Summer Camp Corrections
- Session 10 YMCA Catch The Spirit will take place at the Arlington YMCA and not Fairlington Center.
- iTravel session 7 at Langston has been canceled.
- Care Actor: Dramatic Kids at Kenmore Middle School has been canceled for session 6.
- Individuals interested in a fee reduction for YMCA camps should contact the YMCA directly at 703-525-5420.
- YMCA Sports Camps fee is $250.
- Summer Expedition participants can register on site at Carver Center Mondays only 4-6:30pm not Monday through Friday.
- Open Studio 9am-12pm session 6 is canceled.
- Introduction to Sewing has been added 9am-12pm session 6.
- Silver Knights Chess camp will NOT be held at Fairlington Center session 8
- All KidRealm camps and sessions will be held at Ashlawn School:
KidRealm Lego®Legends Camp
KidRealm Time Machine Camp
KidRealm Pokémon Hobby Camp
KidRealm Maximum Motion Camp
KidRealm Young Wizards Camp
KidRealm Quest Camp
What do you want to do this summer? There's something for everyone!
- Summer was designed to give kids a break from school and help them try new experiences and grow mentally, physically and socially. Whether your child wants to refine a sports skill, go fishing, be in a play, learn magic, play mind-adventure games….or just plain hang, Arlington has something to offer. Classic Camps offer a variety of programming options, both structured and unstructured, that include art, sports, trips and more.
- Overnight Camps are a combo of a classic camp, nature/adventure camp and sleepover. Nature, Adventure or History Camps are for kids who love the outdoors and want to learn about and enjoy nature…and maybe stretch their limits with challenges such as canoeing, caving and more.
- Creative Arts Camps come in every shape and size, for those who want to learn to paint a picture, act in a play, throw a pot, sing a song and more!
- Sports Camps are available for the sports enthusiast who enjoys every sport in a sport combo camp, or for the camper who wants to learn or refine skills in a specific sport camp such as basketball or tennis.
- Camps for Individuals with Disabilities are camps specifically designed for individuals with physical, emotional, social or cognitive/mental challenges.
- Imagination Exploration Camps bring kids with special interests in science, magic, history and imagination strategy games together.
- Community Center Based Camps are community center-based programs for those who are looking for flexible programs that will engage kids.
Arlington County can provide upon request reasonable accommodations for individuals with disabilities. Questions on access and inclusion should be directed to the Therapeutic Recreation Office at 703-228-4740 or TTY 711. Likewise, Arlington does not want fee or language to be a barrier for residents to participate in classes, camps or programs. Call 703-228-4747 for more information.
School Break Camps
Read about what other camps are available on our School Break Camps page.