Summer - Lodi Kids Camp
Registration for Lodi Kids Camp Summer 2020 is now OPEN!
Session 1: June 1-26 | Session 2: June 29- July 31, 2020
Lodi Kids Camp summer day camp program registration is now open (program begins June 1). The City’s popular summer camp program will offer childcare from 7am to 6pm Monday through Friday for ages 4.5-15. As many parents are beginning to return to work, it is essential that the city begin accommodating the childcare needs of the community. Lodi Kids Camp will follow all appropriate operation protocols of the County Health Officer.
View the guide below for details and pricing:
We are proud to offer four exciting summer day camp programs for ages 4.5-15:
This general recreation camp offers campers the best that summer has to offer - a wide variety of activities both indoors and outdoors, interesting and fun field trips, with an emphasis on new and lasting friendships and cooperative learning experiences. Arts and crafts, visual and culinary arts, swimming, kayaking, fishing, urban architecture, and nature walks, as well as non-competitive water/sports activities, will help ensure campers have a jam-packed memorable summer break.
Fun, Active, Sports and Teamwork give way to the naming of this exciting, recreational-athletic camp. Participants will be grouped into two age divisions, with the opportunity to develop new skills and refine existing talents in football, baseball, volleyball, basketball, and swimming. They will also be introduced to additional sports such as ultimate frisbee, dodgeball, soccer, and kickball. Teamwork, sportsmanship and positive behavior on and off the field will be emphasized, as those characteristics are the foundation for a successful future.
Our campers will have the exciting opportunity to produce a modified-scale musical in just four weeks! Each session will lead its participants through the process of auditioning (everyone gets cast), choreography, staging, and music vocal rehearsals. Parents, family, and friends are invited to see the production the last week of camp!
This camp is designed to celebrate the great outdoors and allow your child to explore and enjoy nature every day. Basecamp will be at Lodi’s beloved 58-acre Lodi Lake and Nature Area. Outdoor learning and adventures will include nature walks and hikes, themed outdoor games, swimming, canoeing, kayaking, nature-based crafts and experiments, and docent-led tours and demonstrations that highlight the park’s animals, insects, and ecosystems.
Counselors-in-Training program (CIT)
Designed for young teens ages 13-15, CIT’s are part of the camp team! They will work, play and train alongside camp staff and assist in providing a quality camp experience for the younger participants. CIT’s will help the children make new friends, learn to redirect unwanted behaviors, mediate and troubleshoot minor issues, and assist with planning and implementing fun and adventurous activities. They will also attend and assist with all field trips as part of their training. Ultimately, the CIT obtain job skills, understand expectations and follow through, and take away practical work experiences that will help them with future employment within our own camp programs. Due to high demand, there will also be an application and interview process preceding registration. Registrants not chosen for the program will receive a full refund.
Hours of Operation
All Day: 7am-6pm, Monday-Friday
Online only at https://apm.activecommunities.com/lodipandrhss/Home
Refunds will only be issued for medical injuries or financial hardships and are determined on a case by case basis. A refund transaction fee of $25 will be charged. If a refund is granted, please allow 3-4 weeks for PRCS to issue a refund.
The ASP staff are the camp supervisors and leaders. Camp staff will strive for operational daily excellence, safety, and lead the CIT’s with hands-on training.
Each camp location will have an experienced camp supervisor that will maintain the 1:10 ratio. Campers will enjoy safe and age-appropriate outdoor play, recreational games, field trips, sports, nature, theater arts, develop new and lasting friendships and unplug from devices – just like the good old days!
Lunches must be brought from home daily. Some field trips have additional fees.