Register for Summer Camps
The 2023 Summer Camp Catalog will be available online Thur., Feb. 16.
Beginning on Tue., March 21, registration for Summer Camp will open to all Arlington County residents. This year, we will be staggering registration by camp provider.
- Partner Camps: Registration begins Tue., March 21@ Noon
- Parks & Recreation Camps: Registration begins Tue., March 28 @ Noon
Pre-registration for select Park & Recreation camps for individuals with disabilities or, those who qualify for fee reductions, begins March 13 @ noon
Virtual Waiting Room:
Registration on all days will be available both online and by phone. Similar to our ENJOY Arlington registration, our Summer Camp registration will include an online virtual waiting room to help manage the high volume of customers and to ensure it does not exceed the website's ability to provide a responsive system experience.
On registration day, log in to the site as usual. All users logged in will automatically enter a virtual waiting room where they will receive a random spot in line. You will keep your place in the waiting room line even if your phone goes to sleep, you lose your internet connection or you close the virtual waiting room page, provided you log back in on the same device using the same browser. Once it's your turn to register, you will be redirected to the registration site where you can browse the site and complete your transactions at your own speed.
Tips to Successfully Register for Summer Camps
Access for All
Parks & Recreation has a variety of resources to help residents of all incomes and abilities participate in our programs and classes.
- Financial Assistance: Would you benefit from reduced camp fees? Our fee reduction program helps everyone, everywhere, every day! Whether you have a short-term setback or something longer-term it is easy to apply. Learn about fee reductions here.
- Campers with Disabilities: Would your camper benefit from program modifications or inclusion support? We serve everyone, everywhere, everyday for any program of interest. To support this inclusion philosophy, all camp staff are trained to provide program modifications, utilize positive behavior supports, and create connections for individuals with and without disabilities. Learn more here.