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CONTACT INFO 402 E. Main St. Brownsburg, IN 46112 Administrative Office

P: (317) 858-4172

F: (317) 858-6077 Hours: Monday-Friday 8 am-4 pm Maintenance Office

P: (317) 852-1130

F: (317) 852-0529 Hours: 7 am -3:30 pm EMAIL US WITH YOUR QUESTIONS! For questions regarding parks and facilities: For questions regarding programs and events:

To enhance the quality of life in Brownsburg and further its economic development goals to create a community of choice to live, work and play now and for future generations.

MISSION STATEMENT To maximize resources in providing beautiful parks, recreation activities and quality facilities to the Brownsburg community that enhance the residents’ health and promote economic vitality for long-term sustainability.

BROWNSBURG PARK BOARD Cari Palma, President Tracie Morris, Vice President Lindsey Jackson, Member Judith Kenninger, Member Nick Mayes, Member Phil Utterback, Member Amber Lane, Park Board Secretary Connect with us on social media:





5 am to dusk. For more information on shelter or facility rentals and pricing, please see page 4.



940 S. Locust Lane Williams Parks’ 77 acres is home to Blast Off Playground, a spaceship-themed wooden play structure, and the Watermill splash pad. Maple Ridge Trail is a .79-mile crushed stone nature trail in the wooded area along White Lick Creek. Other amenities include six shelters, a second playground, basketball courts and a paved .78-mile oval track. In 2017, Brownsburg Parks added an Outdoor Classroom to Williams Park. It is located across from the Alpha shelter. Currently, the classroom includes a stage and seating, making it a great place for boy scouts or girl scouts to meet. In future, the classroom will include a playground, pollinator and rain gardens.

300 CR N This 6.67 acre parcel of land is located in the southeast portion of Brownsburg south of CR 300N and just east of CR 900E. This property will be developed in 2019 to provide additional parking for B&O Trail users, a small playground, a shelter and a restroom facility. The majority of the property will feature natural elements that maintain the integrity of the wetlands already on the land.

STEPHENS Park 610 Stephens Drive Stephens Park is a four-acre neighbohood park that has one picnic shelter and a playground. Future amenities include pickleball courts, an expanded play area and restrooms.

315 W. MAIN ST PROPERTY In October 2017, Brownsburg Parks signed a purchase agreement for 51 acres of land just west of the intersection of Green and Main Streets. This is an important first step in the land acquisition process. Once acquired, the property will serve as another community park in Brownsburg.

Arbuckle Acres Park 200 N. Green Street Arbuckle Acres Park is the oldest park in Brownsburg. It boasts beautiful mature shade trees on its 68 acres. Amenities include baseball fields, lighted basketball and tennis courts, 1.3 miles of trails, seven shelters, and a playground shielded with a canopy of trees. This park is also the home to Bundy Lodge, site of Brownsburg Lions Club meetings.


CARDINAL PROPERTY 200 S. Hornaday Road This property is in the process of being developed. Brownsburg’s newest park will include a shelter, playground, dog park. parking and will serve as a trailhead to the B&O Trail just south of the property.

SR 267 across from Frazee Gardens Brownsburg Parks is proud to manage the three-mile stretch of the popular B&O Trail from SR 267 (Green St.) to Ronald Reagan Parkway. The trail is open 5 a.m. to dusk. From the B&O Trail at CR 300 N you can access the Bicentennial Trail, which connects Brownsburg to Avon. In 2018, work will begin on Cardinal Park, which will connect to the B&O Trail near Hornaday Road.



The Brownsburg Park Board has established cost recovery goals through the strategic business plan that staff are responsible for implementing. Brownsburg Parks’ programs are priced at market value. Brownsburg residents receive a discounted rate for most programs since they contribute to the overall maintenance and operations of the park system through property taxes. Those who live outside of the corporate town limits pay the regular fee. Brownsburg Parks approaches the fees for all of the services we provide with careful consideration and research before determining any necessary fee changes, taking into account market value for the services.

In order to receive a full refund for a shelter reservation, customers must request a refund at least 60 days prior to the reservation date. Refund requests made 30-59 days prior to the reservation date will receive a 50% refund. All refund requests made less than 30 days prior to the reservation date will be denied a refund, but customers may reschedule their reservation for a later date up to one year from original date reserved. In the event of severe weather resulting in park/amenity closures, Brownsburg Parks has sole discretion to determine if you may be eligible for a household credit allowing the registrant to reserve a new date up to one year from the original date reserved.


For the full Refund Policy and Refund Request Form, please visit > More Info > Forms & Applications > Refund Policy and Form

Brownsburg Parks welcomes the use of our facilities and shelters for many types of occasions. If you are planning to reserve a shelter or facility for an especially large group, want to host a sports clinic/tournament/corporate gathering, or plan to have inflatables, please fill out the special events application, which can be found at: > Community > Community Links > Events on Town Property





Shelters 2, 4, 8 Pavilion (Shelter 3) Shelter 5 Shelter 6 Shelter 7


$80 $120 $40 $60 $100

$60 $100 FREE $40 $80

NON-PEAK $40 $50 FREE $20 $40


Shelter 1





Alpha St. Shelter Shelters 1, 2, 6 Shelter 3 Shelter 4 Shelter 5

$60 $80 $120 $100 $120

FREE $60 $100 $80 $100

FREE $40 $60 (Oct-Apr) $40 (Oct-Apr) $60 (Oct-Apr)



Players are taught the basics of dribbling, passing, shooting, positioning, defense and rebounding and apply what they’ve learned in low-competition games. All coaching is conducted by Jump Start Sports staff coaches using a well-organized, age-appropriate format. Register at February 9 - March 16 Fridays, 5:30-6:30 pm / 6:30-7:30 pm Delaware Trail Gym, 3680 Hornaday Road Ages: 4-6 Cost: $70

Players learn the basics of throwing, catching, fielding, batting and base running, then apply what they have learned in fun, non-competitive games. All players receive a team shirt and an authentic Major League baseball cap! Parents are encouraged to participate in the coaching, but the program will be run by trained staff coaches from Jump Start Sports. Register at May 5-June 16 (no class May 26) Saturdays, 9-10 am /10-11 am /11 am-noon Williams Park Ages: 3-5 Cost: $75

ACES TENNIS Participants are divided into skill level at the start of the program. Beginners learn the fundamentals of tennis, including ball control, stroke techniques and court etiquette. Intermediates improve on basic tennis fundamentals and compete in match situations with other players. Every level works to improve forehand, backhand, serve and volley skills. Please bring a racket if your child has one (a limited supply of rackets will be available for those who do not own one). Children should wear a T-shirt, shorts and tennis shoes. Register at June 4-20 (Session 1) August 6-22 (Session 2) Mondays/Wednesdays Little Aces (Ages 3-6): 5:00-5:45 & 5:45-6:30 pm Aces (Ages 6-14): 6:30-7:30 pm & 7:30-8:30 pm Arbuckle Acres Park Tennis Courts Ages: 3-14 Cost: $70

HUMMINGBIRDS SOCCER Children have a blast learning the basics of soccer, including dribbling, passing, trapping, shooting and defense. Each session consists of fun drills that are designed to teach fundamental skills, and play in non-competitive games. All coaching will be conducted by Jump Start Sports staff, but parents may assist. Register at April 3 – May 8 (Session 1) June 5-July 17 (Session 2) Tuesdays, 5:30-6:30 pm (ages 3-4) 6:30-7:30 pm (ages 5-6) Williams Park Ages: 3-6 Cost: $70

ALL ABOUT BIRDS! This fun, STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) program engages children in learning about birds through hands-on lessons, such as studying various bird feathers and birds of prey. Take-home crafts include creating hummingbird feeders and bird call kits. May 2-23 Wednesdays, 6-6:45 pm Williams Park, Shelter 3 Ages 5-10 Cost: Resident rate, $20; regular rate, $25

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WILDLIFE HABITAT WORKSHOP This certified Wildlife Habitat Workshop is a unique educational opportunity for individuals and families who are interested in protecting the natural beauty and local wildlife of Indiana. Participants learn about native plants and animals, explore the links between their communities and larger ecosystems, and develop skills to create a wildlife-friendly habitat. The Indiana Wildlife Federation, the state affiliate of the National Wildlife Federation, developed this course to connect adults and children to nature in a fun and educational way. The course is facilitated by an Indiana Wildlife Federation staffer. Saturday, March 10, 10-10:45 am Eaton Hall, 61 N Green St. Age: All ages Cost: Free!

Join us for an overnight camping adventure at Arbuckle Acres Park. Along with fun camp-style games, enjoy dinner at the Arbuckle Pavilion, complete with a bonfire and s’mores. Saturday morning breakfast is included! Camp site is the lawn north of Bundy Lodge. Participants must bring their own tents. Arbuckle Acres Park Friday, June 22, 5 pm (Camp breaks at 10 am Sat., June 23) Cost: Resident rate, $40 (up to 6 family members); Regular rate, $45 (up to 6 family members)

OUTDOOR CLASSROOM We’re excited to share the completion of Phase 1 of our new outdoor classroom. The purpose of the classroom is to help visitors enjoy the health benefits of outdoor play and encourage positive stewardship of our environment. It is located in Williams Park across from the Alpha shelter. Currently there is a stage and seating available. Phase 2 of the project will include a playground, pollinator and rain gardens. There also will be sensory activities for little ones.

LEARN TO SWIM Learn to Swim educates young children on the basic skills of swimming using the American Red Cross curriculum. Children develop recreational and competitive swim strokes at their own pace while learning basic water safety. As the child progresses, so does the curriculum. Brownsburg High School Aquatic Center (Enter door #10) Ages: 4-12 Cost: $55 SPRING Session 1: March 5-15 Monday-Thursday, 5:30-6:15 pm / 6:30-7:15 pm Session 2: April 2-12 Monday-Thursday, 5:30-6:15 pm / 6:30-7:15 pm Session 3: April 16-26 Monday-Thursday, 5:30-6:15 pm / 6:30-7:15 pm SUMMER Session 1: June 4-14 Monday-Thursday, 6:30-7:15 pm / 7:30-8:15 pm Session 2: June 18-28 Monday-Thursday, 6:30-7:15 pm / 7:30-8:15 pm

PRESCHOOL AQUATICS This program helps to orient preschoolers to the water environment and help them learn beginning aquatic skills. This is an American Red Cross program that allows swimmers to experience the pool without parental assistance. Brownsburg High School Aquatic Center (Enter door #10) Ages: 3-5 Cost: $45 SPRING April 7-June 2 (No class on May 26) Saturdays, 10:30-11 am. SUMMER June 4-14 Monday-Thursday, 5:30-6 pm June 18-28 Monday-Thursday, 5:30-6 pm

PARENT & CHILD AQUATICS Parent & Child Aquatics gets children ages 6 months to 3 years used to the water and prepares them as they learn to swim using the American Red Cross Preschool Aquatics course. A parent or guardian must accompany each child into the water and participate in each class. Help your child feel comfortable in the water while exploring elementary swimming skills, water entry, bubble blowing, front kicking and back floating. Brownsburg High School Aquatic Center (Enter door #10) Ages: 6 months-3 years Cost: $45 SPRING April 7-June 2 (No class on May 26) Saturdays, 10-10:30 am SUMMER June 4-14 Monday-Thursday, 5:30-6 pm June 18-28 Monday-Thursday, 5:30-6 pm

SCUBA DIVING Kick your next vacation up a notch! Take scuba lessons with Bottoms Up Scuba and get your certification. This PADI Open Water Diver course is the world’s leading and most popular scuba diving course. Register online at March 10 and March 31, 8 am-1 pm Brownsburg High School Aquatic Center (Enter door #10) Ages: 10 and up Cost: $199

columbus architecture tour Discover how a small Midwestern city became a modern architecture “mecca” boasting structures by American architectural legends! This bus tour drives by more than 40 significant structures and works of art. Minimal walking, but guests do deboard to view the interiors of two buildings. After the tour, the group will have lunch at Zaharakos ice cream parlor and museum. (Lunch is at the guest’s own expense.) June 7, 8:15 am (bus departing time) Brownsburg Parks office, 402 E Main St. Cost: Resident rate, $90; regular rate, $100

BALLROOM SOCIAL DANCING Social dancing made easy! Whether new to dance or a seasoned pro, this six-class session is for you! The class is taught by professional dance instructors Scott and Yulia Shook. Thursdays, February 22-March 29 Eaton Hall Beginner – 6:45-7:30 pm Intermediate – 7:45-8:30 pm Cost: $80 per couple

PHANTOM O F THE OPERA Join Brownsburg Parks as we travel to the Fabulous Fox Theatre in St. Louis for the legendary Phantom of the Opera! Ride to St. Louis in a comfortable Cavallo motor coach and leave the planning to us. Price includes snacks on the bus, ticket and transportation. (Dinner in St. Louis at guest’s own expense.) May 10, 8 am (bus departing time) Bundy Lodge, Arbuckle Acres Park All ages (guests under 18 must be accompanied by an adult) Cost: Resident rate, $110; regular rate, $120

cHICAGO CUBS BASEBALL Let us take you out to the ballgame! We’re chartering a motor coach to Wrigley Field on two dates during the 2018 Major League baseball season. Ride to Chicago on a comfortable motor coach and leave the planning to us! Price includes snacks on the bus, water, ticket and transportation. All Ages (guests under 18 must be accompanied by adult). CUBS VS. DODGERS Wednesday, June 20, 1:20 pm CDT (game time at Wrigley Field). Bus departs from Arbuckle Acres Park’s Bundy Lodge promptly at 8:45 am, returning at approximately 10:30 pm Cost: Resident rate, $100; regular rate, $110 CUBS VS. TWINS Friday, June 29, 4:05 pm CDT (game time at Wrigley Field). Bus departs from Arbuckle Acres Park’s Bundy Lodge promptly at noon, returning at approximately midnight. Cost: Resident rate, $110; regular rate, $120

WATER AEROBICS Experience a low-impact exercise that benefits individuals at any fitness level! Brownsburg High School Aquatic Center (enter door #10) Wednesdays, 5:30-6:15 pm Must purchase a fitness pass: 3 visits = $21 / 5 visits = $35 / 10 visits = $50

AQUA CARDIO Get your cardio on while enjoying a fun and low-impact water workout. You’ll move and groove to burn calories and improve cardiovascular health, plus tone muscles and improve your strength and flexibility. Move at your own pace from beginner to advanced. No swim experience necessary. Brownsburg High School Aquatic Center (enter door #10) Wednesdays, 6:30-7:15 pm Must purchase a fitness pass: 3 visits = $21 / 5 visits = $35 / 10 visits = $50

YOGA Do you want to improve your balance and strength? Find a relaxed state? Then yoga is for you! In Yoga/Stretch, a stable chair is offered for comfort and reassurance. This is a Silver Sneakers qualifying class. Hatha Yoga is the traditional mat style and offers a bit more of a challenge. Participants are asked to bring their own mats or can use one of ours. Eaton Hall HATHA YOGA Mondays/Fridays, 9-9:45 am Cost: Must purchase a fitness pass: 3 visits = $9 / 5 visits = $15 / 10 visits = $23 Silver Sneakers = Free! YOGA/STRETCH Mondays/Fridays, 11-11:45 am Cost: Must purchase a fitness pass: 3 visits = $9 / 5 visits = $15 / 10 visits = $23 Silver Sneakers = Free! EVENING HATHA YOGA Tuesdays, 6-7 pm Must purchase a fitness pass. 6 visits = $30


Better flexibility may improve your performance in physical activities and increase circulation to your muscles. During this class, you will enjoy soft, gentle music, a slow warm-up with a range of motion movements to increase flexibility, followed by a complete stretching routine. This class is recommended for any age and fitness level. Join us and see how great you can feel with a little stretching! Eaton Hall Wednesdays, 11-11:30 am Must purchase a fitness pass: 3 visits = $9 / 5 visits = $15 / 10 visits = $23


Tone your body, strengthen your muscles and heart, and improve your flexibility while enjoying your favorite “oldies” tunes! The first 30 minutes of the class consists of moves to increase your heart rate, the last 15 minutes will be for toning and stretching. Mats are required for the floor work segment of this class. Wednesdays, 10-10:45 am Age: All ages Must purchase a fitness pass: 3 visits = $9 / 5 visits = $15 / 10 visits = $23



Judi has been involved in fitness for over 35 years. She loves to encourage others to be healthy, stay active and enjoy life to the fullest. She is an AFAA certified personal trainer, certified in Senior Strength and Fitness through Exercise, Etc. She is trained in yoga through the NETA fitness corporation and is trained through the Arthritis Foundation for Tai Chi. Her motto in life is “Just keep moving!”


This strength training class is tailored to women of all ages and abilities. Your instructors will help you to improve your muscular strength, function, shape and definition through the use of light dumbbells and barbells. Participants are encouraged to bring their own towel and stability ball, which will be incorporated into various exercises. No prior weight lifting experience is required. February 7-March 28, Wednesdays, 8:45-9:30 am Age: All ages Must purchase a fitness pass: 3 visits = $9 / 5 visits = $15 / 10 visits = $23


Come walk the path to wellness and enjoy nature in Arbuckle Acres Park! Arbuckle Acres Park (Lower Level, Shelter #6) May 8-October 25 Tuesdays/Thursdays, 9-10 am Cost: Free!


Regan is a 200 hour Yoga Alliance registered teacher who has been practicing yoga for 10 years. She received her training locally with Charles and Carol Crenshaw at Inner Peace Yoga Center. With a strong background in anatomy, Regan helps students to focus on good alignment and deepening their understanding of the way their own body works. Regan’s philosophy of teaching is to go beyond the asanas (or poses) to help students develop a practice of mindfully thinking, feeling and living their best self.


Katie has been a certified personal trainer and group fitness instructor for the past 10 years. She believes “fitness is the fountain of youth!” She enjoys helping others to reach their strength and fitness goals.

Week 1 May 29-June 1

*CAMP CLOSED MEMORIAL DAY Theme: Outdoor Survivalist Kids will set their imaginations and adventurous spirits free as they discover what it takes to survive among the natural environment around us! Activities include basic nature/environmental education, including plant identification and animal tracking/study.

Week 2 June 4-8

Theme: Hocus Pocus We’ll summon our craftiest skills and master the art of “abracadabra” and “hocus pocus” this week! Watch with amazement as your camper transforms into a masterful magician thanks to these newfound magical skills!

Week 3 June 11-15

Theme: Hometown Heroes A hero is someone who is admired for his or her courage and bravery. This week, campers will focus on what it takes to be a hero themselves! Campers will meet local heroes as well as serve the community and lend a helping hand to someone in need.

Week 4 June 18-22

Theme: Summer Splash Campers must prepare to get soaked this week as they enjoy splish-splashing fun in the sun! Campers will swim at the Brownsburg HS pool, get drenched at the Freedom Springs Water Park, and compete in water relays and outdoor water games.

Week 5 June 25-29

Theme: Pedal Pumping When riding bikes on your neighborhood sidewalks or streets, safety should always be the first thing on your mind. Join us this week as we focus on the skills necessary to be a safe cyclist. Campers will harness their riding skills by practicing sharp turns, long straightaways and figure 8’s on a unique bike course set up by the Brownsburg Kiwanis Club.

Week 6 July 2-6

*CAMP CLOSED JULY 4 Theme: Holiday Mashup Ho! Ho! Ho! Merry Groundhog Day! During this crazy mashed-up week, campers will celebrate a variety of obscure holidays! From New Year’s Day to Christmas and all the holidays in between, this week will be filled with silly celebration shenanigans!

Week 7 July 9-13

Theme: Planet Protectors We can all do our part to help save our planet! This week, campers will learn ways that we can protect our planet to make a BIG difference in our community. Campers will gain a better understanding of the importance of conserving natural habitats as they spend the day at Fort Benjamin Harrison State Park with Camptown and practice “Leave No Trace Behind” principles.

Week 8 July 16-20

Theme: Let’s Rock ’N’ Roll If you like to rock ‘n’ roll, this camp is for you! Campers will explore different styles of music, take a trip to the Rhythm Discovery Center for a drum circle, enjoy a live performance by one of our own B.A.S.E. staff member’s punk rock band, and create some of their own instruments. This week is going to ROCK!

Week 9 July 23-27

Theme: Drama, Drama Get ready to fire up your imagination and explore the world of theater and drama! Throughout this week, campers will experience a hands-on introduction to set design, costumes, make-up and performance led by local community theater volunteers.

Week 10 July 30-Aug 1

Theme: Summer Celebrations We will say, “So long, summer!” and go out with a bang for our last short week of camp! To celebrate, we will enjoy a fun-filled tournament and have an end of the summer celebration.

Week 1 May 29-June 1

*CAMP CLOSED MEMORIAL DAY Theme: Trekking the Trails Field Trip: Nature Valley Ranch Horseback Trail Tour Campers will explore and take in the natural beauty all around us within the trails surrounding Brownsburg, Hendricks County and Central Indiana, all while practicing “Leave No Trace Behind” principles.

Week 2 June 4-8

Theme: Rocking Roller Coasters Field Trip: Central Library workshops, Holiday World Corkscrews, loops and straight vertical drops are absolutely necessary for any thrilling roller coaster ride! Campers will take a closer look at roller coaster engineering and design. They will be challenged to engineer and design their own roller coaster model and celebrate their achievements with a visit to Holiday World Amusement Park to take a closer look.

Week 3 June 11-15

Theme: Chef Showdown Field Trip: Local commercial kitchen tour Let the cooking extravaganza begin! Campers will visit a local restaurant to tour its kitchen, learn basic food preparation safety, discover how to use a variety of different ingredients to create delicious recipes, and participate in the first-ever Adventure Camp Chef Showdown!

Week 4 June 18-22

Theme: Night in the Wild Field Trip: Camptown: Spring Mill Camping Overnight — see adjusted rates Experience an overnight camping trip packed with adventure at Spring Mill Park with Camptown! From spelunking to sleeping under the stars, this week will be an unforgettable experience!

Week 5 June 25-29

Theme: Pedal Pumping Field Trip: IndyCycloplex Velodrome We’re pushing the pedals to the dirt this week as we take to the IndyCycloplex Velodrome! Campers will go through a safety briefing and learn what it takes to be a professional track racing cyclist.

Week 6 July 2-6

*CAMP CLOSED JULY 4 Theme: Wanderlust Navigators Field Trip: Camptown, Ft. Harrison Fishing Trip; Eagle Creek TrueNorth Navigation To be a true “wanderluster,” one must be familiar with navigating the unknown. Campers will learn teamwork and cooperation as they participate in the TrueNorth Navigation Challenge at Eagle Creek State Park, following clues to locate checkpoints in the woods to find a hidden key to a giant treasure chest! They also will enjoy a relaxing fishing trip out at Fort Harrison State Park with Camptown.

Week 7 July 9-13

Theme: Zombie Survival Camp Field Trip: Koteewi Archery Range Breaking News: A virus is spreading throughout the Town of Brownsburg that leaves its victims in a horrible zombie-like state! To survive this outbreak, campers will learn survival skills they need to know to come out of this situation alive, such as first-aid wound care, shelter building, archery, stealthy communication and more! Do you have what it takes to survive a zombie apocalypse?

Week 8 July 16-20

Theme: Up a Creek Without a Paddle Field Trip: Camptown, Canoe Overnight Trip (3 days, 2 nights) — see adjusted rates Teens will enjoy a three-day, two-night camping trip with Camptown to explore two separate waterways through Turkey Run State Park and Shades State Park.

Week 9 July 23-27

Theme: Summer Celebration Field trip: Action & Atomic Duckpin Bowling Alley, The Tie Dye Lab We will say, “So long, summer!” and go out in style for our last week of camp! To celebrate, we will enjoy a trip to the authentic Action & Atomic Duckpin Bowling Alley and visit the Tie Dye Lab to make some memorable swag in honor of our adventures.


Week 4 (Overnight): $170 (includes $25 non-refundable deposit) Week 8 (2-night Overnight): $175 (includes $25 non-refundable deposit)

Week 1 May 29-June 1

*CAMP CLOSED MEMORIAL DAY Theme: Growing Gardens Get ready to get dirty with a fun and hands-on introduction to basic environmental science. Your budding gardener will discover how, why and where things grow; how weather affects our gardens; and the basic science of seeds, all while exploring leaves, flowers and the creatures that live in our gardens!

Week 2 June 4-8

Theme: Little Royals Lords and Ladies, this week we will transform into princes and princesses! Join us each day by dressing up like a prince or princess and join our Royal Court for fairy tale songs, games, crafts and a visit from a storyteller that has jumped right out her own fairy tale for a special visit!

Week 3 June 11-15

Theme: Hometown Heroes Superman, Spiderman and Batman are all heroes your little one recognizes. This week, we will focus on what it takes to become a hero and how we can do our part to be a hero to someone each and every day!

Week 4 June 18-22

Theme: Summer Splash Sprinklers, wading pools and squirt toys, oh my! This week we will have a chance to cool off from the hot summer days and start splashing! Activities will be focused around water, aquatic life and all things wet!

Week 5 June 25-29

Theme: Leggo my LEGO’s! Kids will let loose their imaginations to become Master Builders! Campers will practice essential patterning, counting, positioning, ordering and fine motor skills, all while having fun with one of the most beloved toys of all time.

Week 6 July 2-6

*CAMP CLOSED JULY 4 Theme: Wacky Weekdays Each day this week will have a wacky theme to celebrate something unique! Campers may be asked to bring their favorite stuffed animal or wear something backwards, all with correlating games, crafts, stories and songs to go with them!

Week 7 July 9-13

Theme: Teddy Bear Picnic Teddy Bears have been invited to camp as we celebrate Teddy Bear Picnic Day all week! Campers will share in all of their adventures with their special bears by their sides. We’ll end the week with a teddy bear picnic!

Week 8 July 16-20

Theme: Music Makers Week Let’s get our groove on this week as we listen to different types of music, learn some great new camp songs, and bring songs to life through stories and paintings in order to help children understand the effect of sound. By manipulating everyday objects, students will discover that music is all around them!

Week 9 July 23-27

Theme: Summer Celebration! As the summer comes to an end, we will celebrate all of the fun we’ve had together with some special snacks, games and activities. We’ll leave this camp on a high note!

2018 Spring Summer Recreation Guide  

From aquatics to yoga, we've got your fitness needs covered! Enroll in activities at today!

2018 Spring Summer Recreation Guide  

From aquatics to yoga, we've got your fitness needs covered! Enroll in activities at today!