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The year has just begun, but kids are already wishing that school was out for summer. Whether it’s those lazy, hazy, crazy days, or time spent busy with science camps, swimming and socializing, Castle Rock has something for every kid looking to enjoy the dog days of summer.
The Town’s Parks and Recreation Department offers a wide range of youth camps all summer long. Spots fill up quickly, and registration is now open. Register before Tuesday, March 31 to receive $10 off per camp for all full-day camps.
Running from late May to early August, the Town’s summer camps are available for kids ages 3 to 15, with a variety of themes. A full list of summer camp offerings, descriptions and prices can be found at CRgov.com/camps.
Camp offerings include:
Full-day camps (ages 5-15)
Half-day camps (ages 5-15)
Preschool camps (ages 3-5)
Several specialty camps are also available for families looking to keep kids busy during school break without the commitment of full- or half-day schedules. Those offerings include cooking, pottery and Strider bike classes.
Not sure which camp to choose? Check out the Town’s Summer Camp Sampler from 1 to 3 p.m. Sunday, April 26, at Philip S. Miller Park. Come explore all of our camp offerings in one day.
Registration and more information on all the camp offerings is available at CRgov.com/camps.
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