Summer Camp Fair 2019
Saturday, February 23
10 a.m. – 1 p.m.
DCRC, Tallas 1 & 2
Find the best program options for your child at our fourth annual Summer Camp Fair! Learn about the Dublin Recreation Center’s summer camps and activities for preschoolers, youth and teens. Talk with representatives from various specialty camps, and have your questions answered so you are ready to register in March. Read More.
Preschool/Youth Summer Camp Information
Welcome to the City of Dublin Parks & Recreation Department, and thank you for your interest in the 2019 Preschool and Youth summer camp season.
As a nationally accredited agency through the Commission for Accreditation of Park and Recreation Agencies (CAPRA), you are now part of an organization that strongly believes in the need and benefit of recreation services.
While we are currently busy planning an amazing summer camp experience for your children, we wanted to begin the communication process to provide the necessary information to help you determine your child’s summer break plans. We understand this can be a tedious experience, so we want to simplify the process as much as we can for you.
Since our camps ended in 2018, we have continued to research and build upon a stair-step approach to our camps, from our youngest age group to our tweens. Our focus is on providing an age-appropriate, FUN camp experience for your child, developmentally specific to their needs with positive, peer connections that build respect and social skills along with fine and gross motor development. We are so excited to continue these summer camp experiences in 2019!
All Preschool/Youth Summer Camp Information will be posted on our Camps Webpage. Please review each section on our Camps Webpage and let us know if you have any questions prior to the start of registration. We suggest that patrons bookmark this page to keep up-to-date on any new information for our camps.
Summer Camp Information
- Activities at Camp
- Attendance Procedures, Camp Hours, Late Fees
- Behavior Management Policies
- Camp Meal Plan – Wyandot Camp Only
- Camp Staff Requirements and Camp-Staff Ratios
- Code of Conduct – Camper and Parents
- Emergency Procedures
- Field Trips
- Medical and Medication Procedures
- Philosophy and Goals
- Social Media Policy
- Swimming Policies and Procedures
- What to Bring to Camp
Preschool/Youth Camp Email Communication List
If you are interested in receiving the most up-to-date preschool/youth camp information, contact email@example.com to be added to our email list.
Special Needs Participants
Parks & Recreation Services promotes an inclusive policy for all of our programs. To provide the best overall experience for your child or to carry over IEP/504 accommodations, an appointment must be made for an inquiry of needs. Contact Jodi Shealy, Adaptive Recreation Coordinator, at 614.410.4574. An accommodation plan MUST BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO your child’s program or camp registration. This plan is required for each seasonal enrollment.
Question? Contact the Preschool Youth Team
- Heath Gorden, Program Supervisor, firstname.lastname@example.org, 614.410.4552
- Jennifer Vosters, Program Coordinator, email@example.com, 614.410.4573
- Jodi Shealy, Adaptive Coordinator, firstname.lastname@example.org, 614.410.4574
Head to our Teens page to discover camps designed for teens, like our service-based LEED Camp, and Adventure Camp for the thrill seekers.
Designed for students who enjoy volunteering in the community. Field trips will be volunteer/service related. Volunteered hours will be recorded with Volunteer Services. Camp LEED is divided into 2 sessions, Session 1 will be from June 3 – 28 (4 weeks) $540 CR/SDR and $584 NR., and Session 2 will be July 8 – 26 (3 weeks) $405 CR/SDR $446 NR. Times: 9 am- 4 pm. This camp is not prorated or discounted if all weeks can’t be attended. This camp is for students entering 7th-9th grade. All participants must interview for a spot in the camp. Camper Interviews will be held at our Camp Fair Saturday, February 23 between 10 am – 1 pm at the Dublin Community Recreation Center. Please contact email@example.com for more information.
Next Generation Day Camp. This is our most traditional type of day camp, which offers many different programs and classes to meet the interests of a variety of campers. Swimming will be on Mondays and field trips will be on Thursdays. This camp is for students ages 11 – 14. Wyandot Next will run from June 3 – July 26 (no camp July 4) Times: 9 am- 4 pm. Most prices for the week will start at $195- CR/SDR, $213-NR.
Our most dynamic and adventurous camp. The adventures this year will be taking place at Laser Tag, Magic Mountain, Zoombezi Bay, Get Air, Trapper John’s Canoeing, swimming, Leather Lips Sailboat Club “sailing”, Sports Ohio, Cedar Point, Kings Island, and Survivor Super Games. Adventure camp is a very active camp. This camp is for ages 11 – 14. Camp will run June 3 – July 26 (no camp July 4th) Times 9 am- 4 pm. Most week prices will start at $240- CR/SDR, $264-NR.
Country Club (CCAC)
Camp is back at Safari Golf Club. This is a camp that takes advantage of local resources and their proximity; including the Safari Golf Club and Zoombezi Bay. Drop off daily at Safari Golf Club and pick-up at Zoombezi Bay. Country Club is for middle-school kids that are ages 10 – 14. The camp will have two weeks this year!! The tentative dates are TBA. Times: 8 am – 4 pm ***A Zoombezi Bay season pass will be included *** The pricing for this camp will be $280 CR/ SDR AND $308 NR.
Extended care: extended care is available for all camps except County Club CCAC. Extended care runs 7 – 9 am and 4 – 6 pm. The cost is $30 for 20, 1/2hour punches. Punch cards may be purchased at the Dublin Community Recreation Center beginning in May.
Parents: There will be a Health Care website to fill out information. It is called Campsite. This will allow both you and your child the ability to go into the website to change information.
Our staff has developed a place for teens in grades 6 – 12 to hang out and enjoy amenities such as a big-screen TV, juke box, stereo, table tennis, X-Box 360, DDR, high speed computer stations and board games. Participants do not need to be Dublin Community Recreation Center members and participation is free.
Mon – Fri: 3 – 8 p.m.
Sat – Sun: 2 – 8 p.m.
Special Needs Participants
DCRC promotes an inclusive policy for all of our programs. To provide the best overall experience for your child, an appointment must be made for an inquiry of needs. Please contact Jodi Shealy, Adaptive Recreation Coordinator, at 614.410.4574.
Teen Program Supervisor