2021 Summer Camps

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Click here to learn What’s New for Summer Camps in 2021

We are hopeful and eager to provide summer camps to our community this year. While we are closely monitoring the COVID-19 pandemic and specific guidance for camp operations at the local, state and federal levels, the Department of Parks & Recreation is also preparing for the upcoming camp season. Our top priority is to meet the health and safety needs of our campers and staff and provide a positive and fun experience for all.

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Face Coverings at Camp

  • INDOOR Activities: Campers and staff must wear a face covering except during mask breaks, meal/snack breaks, when they are actively participating in a sport or when an accommodation has been identified.
  • OUTDOOR Activities: Campers and staff are not required to wear a face covering when physical distancing is maintained. However, if they are in close quarters with others, they should put on a face covering.
  • All campers and staff who wish to wear a face covering will be supported.
  • Learn more about what to expect in 2021.