For kids as young as three, Tots Soccer Academy at Petersen Barn Park will introduce youngsters to the joys of the world’s most popular sport. Youth in grades K-6 can choose arts, sports, water games, pool parties and more at the Urban Adventures –KCA Camp Sheldon Center and Pool.
Youth ages 9-13 will learn a variety of survival skills and then put those skills to use at Bethel Survivor Camp at Petersen Barn Community Center.
Campers in 8th grade & younger will learn passing, shooting, dribbling, and ball handling in Water Polo Camp at Echo Hollow Pool & Fitness Center.
Tweens and teens, ages 11-15, work together on service projects at Counselor-in-Training Camp at Amazon Community Center and then are rewarded with activities such as canoeing, sand-boarding, and hiking.
Excursions, adventures and more are part of the 4-day Teen Camp that is specifically designed for youth ages 15-21 with disabilities. (Must be registered in high school to enroll). Offered at Washington Park Center.
For more information about spring break camps, turn to page 17 or 62 in the Winter/Spring Recreation Guide, or call 541-682-5312.