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2015 Camp Information Listed Below

No matter what your kids are interetsted in, we have summer camps that are sure to please. Choose from a variety of sports camps and creative camps for kids ages 2-17.


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Camp F2F (Face to Face) - Seager Park and Frontier Sports Complex
Campers come 'face to face' with new friends and new experiences in this full day, week-long camp. They'll also enjoy a summer full of arts and crafts, group games and individual and team sports. Campers go to the movies each week, swim twice a week and take a field trip to a fun destination once each week. All travel will be by school bus. Campers need to bring their lunch, a drink and two snacks each day except on Fridays when a cheese pizza, chips and lemonade lunch is provided. Fee includes Camp F2F T-shirt to wear on field trip days. Early pickup is available at 3:00 p.m. each day except Thursday field trip days.

Beginning with camps that start on Monday, July 6th registrations for day camps must be received by Thursday of the week prior to camp.  Registrations for day camps will no longer be accepted on the first day of camp or over the weekend before camp.  The deadline to register for day camps is being implemented in order for the Park District to monitor camp enrollment and ensure proper staffing levels.





- Daily Details / Rain Day Info - Seager Park
- Daily Details / Rain Day Info - Frontier Sports Complex
- Participant Information Form
- Parent Handbook
- Trips and Movies - Seager Park
- Trips and Movies - Frontier Sports Complex
- Dispensing Medication Procedure and Form.pdf
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Camp LOL - Seager Park and Frontier Sports Complex
This full day, week-long camp will keep kids laughing out loud all summer! They'll discover new friendships, enjoy arts and crafts, play group games and participate in individual and team sports. Each week has a different theme with related activities. Also campers go to a movie theatre, swim twice a week and take a field trip by school bus to a fun destination once each week. Campers need to bring their lunch each day except Fridays when cheese pizza, chips and lemonade lunch is provided. Fee includes Camp LOL T-shirt to wear on field trip days. Early pickup is available at 3:00 p.m. each day except Thursday field trip days.

Beginning with camps that start on Monday, July 6th registrations for day camps must be received by Thursday of the week prior to camp.  Registrations for day camps will no longer be accepted on the first day of camp or over the weekend before camp.  The deadline to register for day camps is being implemented in order for the Park District to monitor camp enrollment and ensure proper staffing levels.





sdf - Daily Details / Rain Day Info - Seager Park
sdf - Daily Details / Rain Day Info - Frontier Sports Complex
sdf - Parent Handbook
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sdf - Trips and Movies - Seager Park
sdf - Trips and Movies - Frontier Sports Complex
sdf - Dispensing Medication and Procedures Form
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Camp LOL: Summer School Edition - Mill Street School and Meadow Glens School

After the fun of learning at summer school, spend the rest of your day immersed in great camp activities. Enjoy arts and crafts, play group games and participate in team sports. Mondays will consist of on-site programming. Tuesdays camper's will watch a movie and have popcorn on-site. Wednesdays campers will have a visit from an entertainer/performer on-site. Thursdays campers will travel to Centennial Beach for an afternoon swim and on Fridays campers will take weekly field trips to fun destinations by school bus! Each day a lunch, drink and afternoon snack are provided. When registering your child for camp, please let us know if your child will need a vegetarian lunch. Camp will meet outdoors when weather permits. Fee includes a T-shirt to wear on field trip days. Early pick up is available at 3:45 p.m. each day except Friday field trip days. Please bring your child to 'Meet Your Counselors Night' date to be determined at the day camp location your child is registered for. It's a great opportunity for your child to meet the camp counselors and for you to gather detailed information and ask questions about camp.

Beginning with camps that start on Monday, July 6th registrations for day camps must be received by Thursday of the week prior to camp.  Registrations for day camps will no longer be accepted on the first day of camp or over the weekend before camp.  The deadline to register for day camps is being implemented in order for the Park District to monitor camp enrollment and ensure proper staffing levels.




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sdf - Daily Details / Rain Day Info - Meadow Glens School
sdf - Parent Handbook
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sdf - Dispensing Medication and Procedures Form





Camp Summer Fun
Discover new friendships, enjoy arts and crafts, play lots of group games and participate in individual and team sports. Each week will have a different theme with related activities. Also campers will travel to a movie theatre by school bus once a week. Campers need to bring a snack, sack lunch and drink each day. Fee includes a camp T-shirt to wear on field trip days. Camp will meet outdoors when weather permits. Would you like to sign your child up for camp just one day a week? That option is available on Wednesdays! Check out the Wednesday field trip destinations under Wednesday Movie Adventures



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Afternoon Antics
Liven up your summer! Have fun making new friends or meeting up with current ones. Enjoy arts and crafts, group games and team sports. Weather permitting, activities will be held outdoors. Campers need to bring a snack and drink each day



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Summer's Last Hurrah - Barn Recreation Center and 95th Street Center
Campers will take a day trip by school bus to a fun destination each day. Destinations include Centennial Beach, Odyssey Fun World, Blackberry Farm, mini golf and an indoor inflatable park. Campers need to bring their lunch each day. Early pickup is available at 3:00 p.m. each day except Thursdays.



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Adventure Camp
Adventure Camp is all about discovering new friendships, enjoying arts and crafts, playing lots of group games and participating in individual and team sports. Each week will have a different theme with related activities. On Thursdays, we'll take weekly field trips by school bus to a fun destination! On field trip days, campers begin the day at 9:00 a.m. with pick up at 4:00 p.m. Campers need to bring a snack and drink each day and on Thursdays they also need to bring a sack lunch. Camp will meet outdoors when weather permits. Fee includes Adventure Camp T-shirt to wear on field trip days.



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Upcoming Registration Dates
Aug 10, 2015 - 8:30am
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Dec 7, 2015 - 8:30am
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First-Time Registrants
Individuals wanting to register online for Naperville Park District programs must first establish an account with us. In order to be eligible for the resident fee, proof of residency within the Naperville Park District is required by submitting one of the following documents: driver's license, preprinted personal check or City of Naperville utility bill.

To register, fill out the online registration form. You also can submit your proof of residency by emailing it to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , by fax at 630-848-5001 or at Naperville Park District's Administration Building, the 95th Street Center or the Alfred Rubin Riverwalk Community Center.

We will set up your account and issue you a "Barcode and PIN," then you will be free to register through RecEnroll, our online registration system. Call 630-848-5000 or go to napervilleparks.org/registration to set up your account today.

 

 
 
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