Summer Camps

The Dallas Park and Recreation Department takes pride in offering summer camp opportunities to youth in our communities. All of our camps will keep your child engaged in a safe and fun environment that will have them wanting to come back for more. See the tabs below for opportunities available through the Dallas Park and Recreation Department.  
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Registration Information
Summer Camp registration begins Saturday April 2nd at all recreation center from 9am - 5pm. Online registration begins Monday, April 4th. Online registration will require parents to contact the recreation center for Parent Meeting information as well as fill out registration forms prior to the first day of camp.
Program Benefits
Our camps provide opportunities for children to disconnect from technology and become more physically active. Campers experience success and become more confident by participating in team and individual activities and develop a life skill and interest in something they had little to no experience in. In addition, our campers become more independent by learning to do things on their own all while improving their social skills and making lasting friendships.
  1. Rec Center Summer Camps
  2. Teen Camps
  3. Send a Kid to Camp (SAKTC)
  4. CDGB Summer Camps
Dallas Park and Recreation department offers eight weeks of day camps at our 39 recreation centers throughout the City of Dallas for youth ages 5 to 12. Your child will be engaged in a structured and safe environment that will keep them active and learning while having fun. 
  
Activities
Your child will be engaged in a variety of physical and educational activities. Activities include arts and craft classes, sports clinics, fitness sessions, cultural and enrichment classes, games, field trips, and much more.

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Our summer camps begin Monday, June 13th, 2016 and will run through Friday, August 5th, 2016. We will not have camp Monday, July 4th in observance of Independence Day. Camp hours are 8am - 5pm, however, most sites offer extended hours for an additional fee. Children can bring their own lunch, however, many sites offer lunch and snack daily. For specific information regarding cost, field trip locations, and other details, contact your local recreation center.