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2018 Summer Day Camp Registration will begin Monday, Feb. 5 2018

City of Ann Arbor day camps offer a safe and positive environment where children gain confidence and learn new skills while enjoying fun-filled days outside exploring our beautiful parks. Visit the camp links to discover the unique programming offered at each camp site.

Argo Can​​oe Livery

Argo River Camp
1055 Longshore Drive | 734.794.6241 | a2gov.org/canoe

Argo River Camp: Completed 6th-8th grades
Friends and fun on the coolest river around! Join us as we journey out each day paddling our boats down different sections of the beautiful Huron River. Our many explorations include kayaking, canoeing, stand-up paddle boarding, tubing, rafting, fishing, geocaching, disc golf and a bonfire lunch. Argo River Camp is based out of a cabin and pavilion at the Argo Livery. 

Camp Hours: Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m.
Camp Fees: resident $225; nonresident $275

Argo River Camp – Completed 6th/7th/8th grades:
June 18-22, June 25-29, July 16-20, July 23-27, July 30-Aug. 3, Aug. 6-10, Aug. 13-17, Aug. 20-24

Argo River Camp Just for Girls – Completed 6th/7th/8th grades:
July 9-13


To register: online registration

Buhr Park P​​ool

Buhr Park Day Camp
2751 Packard Road | 734.794.6234 | a2gov.org/buhr

From animals and world travel to Hogwarts and Disney, an adventure awaits each week for children ages 5-12. Our certified staff will lead a week filled with themed activities and swimming in Buhr Park Outdoor Pool. Enjoy a $20 per week discount if you register by April 30.

June 18-22, Under the Sea Week
June 25-29, Hogwarts Week
July 2-6, Hodgepodge Week (No Camp on July 4)
July 9-13, Star Wars Week
July 16-20, Disney Pixar Week
July 23-27, Outer Space Week
July 30-Aug. 3, Olympic Week
Aug. 6-10, Mad Science Week
Aug. 13-17, Lego Week
Aug. 20-24, Wilderness Week
Aug. 27-31, Pirate Week

Camp Hours: Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Camp Fee: $190 resident per week; $230 nonresident per week. Week of July 4, $150 residents; $190 nonresident.
Extended Camp Hours: Monday-Friday, 7:30-8:30 a.m. and 4:30-6 p.m.
Extended Hours Fee: $50.

To register: online registration

Fuller Par​​​k Pool

Fuller Park Day Camp
1519 Fuller Road | 734.794.6236 | a2gov.org/fuller​

This fun camp offers campers the opportunity to go on adventures in and out of the water. Campers will learn to log roll, raft down the river, enjoy water slide races, bounce house, water polo, traditional camp games, sports, crafts and basic swimming lessons. Enjoy a $20 per week discount if you register by April 30.

June 18-22, Wet and Wacky Week
June 25-29, Wild World of Star Wars Week
July 2-6, Mermaid and Mermen Week (No camp July 4)
July 9-13, Wacky Superhero Week
July 16-20, Harry Potter Goes Wild Week
July 23-27, Wild and Wacky Olympics Week
July 30-Aug. 3, Animated Adventure Week
Aug. 6-10, Wet and Wild Pirates Week
Aug. 13-17, Wacky River Adventure Week
Aug. 20-24, Wild Sports Week
Aug. 27-31, Wet and Wacky Hodgepodge Week

Camp Hours: Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. 
Camp Fee: $190 resident per week; $230 nonresident per week.
Extended Camp Hours: Monday-Friday, 7:30-8:30 a.m. and 4:30-6 p.m.
Extended Hours Fee: $50.

Gallup River Camp
3000 Fuller Road | 734.794.6240 | a2gov.org/canoe
Explore the Huron River with boats and fishing for a week filled with learning, adventure and fun!  Experience perfect summer days as we kayak, canoe, paddleboat, fish, cookout, art and play in wonderful Gallup Park. The two camps have similar river curriculum with the River Explorers paddling boats every day and rafting down the Cascades and River Adventurers paddling a bit further every day and kayaking down the Cascades. All ages explore Island Park and swim at the Fuller Park pool on Wednesdays. *Week of July 2, $180, resident; $230 nonresident.


Camp Fees:  resident, $225; nonresident, $275 
Camp Hours: Mon.-Fri., 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Extended Camp: 7:30-8:30 a.m. and 4:30-6 p.m.; $50

Gallup River Camp Explorers - Completed 1st-5th grades:   
June 18-22, *July 2-6 (4 days), July 16-20, Jul 30-Aug. 3, Aug. 13-17, Aug. 27-31

Gallup River Camp Adventurers – Completed 3rd/4th/5th Grades:                                                              
June 25-29, July 9-13, July 23-27, Aug. 6-10, Aug. 20-24.


To register: online registration

Huron Hil​​ls Golf

Huron Hills Junior Golf Camp
3465, E. Huron River Dr. | 734.794.6246 | a2golf.org

Huron Hills Golf Course will offer junior golf camps for boys and girls ages 8-15 years old. Young golfers of all abilities will have fun learning the game of golf, including the fundamentals and sportsmanship. This camp is great for beginner and intermediate junior golfers.

Camp is two hours daily, Monday through Thursday, for two weeks. Juniors will receive a golf program t-shirt, a Miles of Golf range card, a free round of golf at HHGC and a merchandise coupon for 20 percent off in our pro shop.

Camp Hours:
June 18-28,  July 9-19 and *July 23-Aug. 1: 8-10 a.m.; 10:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.; and 1-3 p.m. 
Aug. 6-16, Aug. 20-30: 8-10 a.m.; and 10:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

Camp Fees: $125/camp

*The Herb Fowler Junior Championship takes place Aug. 2-3. We won’t hold class on Aug. 2, however, campers can play in the tournament for a discounted entry fee, or receive a free golf certificate in place of the class. Campers for this session should be fairly independent and have a good sense of course rules and etiquette.

To register: online registration

Contact acwalton@a2gov.org for more camp information.


Leslie Science & Nature Center

Leslie Science & Nature Center Day Camp
1831 Traver Road | 734.997.1553 | lesliesnc.org

This summer, experience adventure in the great outdoors by hiking, conducting science experiments, and visiting LSNC's resident raptors and critters. Create art, make music, and enjoy the summer sunshine. Every day has opportunities to learn new skills like fire-building and make new friends as you hike the trails, play scatter ball, or search for creatures in Black Pond.

 
Each week of camp includes sessions for campers who've completed Kindergarten through 5th grade. Campers who have completed 2nd and 3rd grade enjoy an off-site field trip and nearly every 4th and 5th grade camp has a field trip and an on-site overnight. Every week, LSNC is offering an optional extended day session called Camp Cool Down, to support working families and campers who want to stay outside just a little bit longer.

 
Read session descriptions and register on our website, http://www.lesliesnc.org/camps/summer-camps​ or call 734.997.1553 for more information. The same camp forms are used at all City of Ann Arbor camps (except LSNC, which has separate forms on its website). Please mail or bring both of these forms to each camp your child attends.

 
Member Pricing
LSNC has discounted summer camp rates for members! Visit www.lesliesnc.org/membership.

Camp Fo​rms

The same camp forms are used at all City of Ann Arbor camps. Please mail or bring both of these forms to each camp your child attends. 

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