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Summer Camp Registration Begins Jan. 23

Posted January 20, 2023 in Recreation & Parks by Anna Subler

Summer is still months away, but it’s never too early to plan for camp! Especially when the City of Hilliard is offering new and exciting options like History Express Camp, Field Explorers Camp, and Kidstruction Camp! Registration for all summer Recreation camps opens at 9 a.m. on Monday, Jan. 23. The only exception is for the Rec Camp located at the Community Center which is reserved for residents until Jan. 30. https://webtrac.hilliardohio.gov/web/wbwsc/webtrac.wsc/splash.html.

Hilliard is offering its popular enrichment-style day camp at various locations: Hilliard Community Center, Hilliard Station 6th Grade School, Weaver Park, and Roger A. Reynolds Municipal Park.

Campers must be ages 5 ½ to 11 and have completed kindergarten through fifth grade.

Here are the camps:

Summer Rec Camp

Hilliard Community Center
11 weeks offered
Camp activities include outdoor group games, sports, swimming, arts and crafts, nature, science experiments, treasure hunts, and more.

Summer Rec Camp

Hilliard Station 6th Grade School
8 weeks offered
Camp activities include outdoor group games, sports, swimming, arts and crafts, nature, science experiments, treasure hunts, and more.

Field Explorers Camp

Municipal Park, Cedar Shelter House
6 weeks offered
Children play outdoor games in the park and on the playground while learning environmental stewardship and conservation by identifying native and invasive plant species, finding bugs and other wildlife, through nature walks and art, and by participating in park clean-up days.

History Express

Weaver Park
1 week offered
All aboard as we travel back in time to learn about Hilliard’s heritage from docents at the Historical Society.

Kidstruction Camp

Roger A. Reynolds Municipal Park, Dogwood Shelter
1 week offered
Kids will learn the ins and outs of building a new community center. This camp is full of hands-on STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art, and math) learning opportunities.

Contact Geoff Dew, Youth Recreation Supervisor, at gdew@hilliardohio.gov for more information.

A medical form is required for each location.