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Recreation camps offer participants the opportunity to challenge themselves to explore what they love, learn new skills and forge lasting friendships in a safe, supportive environment.

Summer Camp Registration

Registration for summer camp begins at 9 a.m. April 22. Take a peek at the summer camps now.

How to Register 

  • Register Online or call any of the camp locations listed below. Starting at 9 a.m. April 22.
  • Some camps must be paid in full when you register. For all others, you can reserve a space with $25, full payment is due three weeks prior to start date. Non-payment will result in withdrawal from the camp.
  • A 5% sibling discount may be given when two siblings are registered for a camp during the same week. Discount can be applied when registering in person or on the phone. Some restrictions apply, can not be used with other discounts. 

Online Forms

  1. Preschool Camps Ages 3-5
  2. Elementary Camps Ages 6-12
  3. Teen & Tween Camps Ages 12-18
  4. Adaptive Rec Camps Ages 12-21

Preschool Camps

Amazon Art Preschool Camps

2700 Hilyard Street

Offered weekly June 21-August 23, 9 a.m.-12 p.m.

Register online or call 541-682-5373 

Each week of camp has a theme to create a focus for the fun. Experienced staff provide a safe and stimulating environment. Campers should be potty trained. Please bring lunch, water bottle and sunscreen.

Petersen Park Summer Play Adventures

870 Berntzen Road

Offered weekly June 28-August 23, 9 a.m.-12 p.m.

Register online or call 541-682-5521 

Have a summer of adventure! Play games, create works of arts, explore and sing, Each week we will explore a unique theme. Daily snacks are provided.

Preschool Camps at Sheldon Community Center  

2445 Willakenzie Road

Offered weekly June 21-August 23, 9 a.m.-2 p.m. with extended care available 

Register online or call 541-682-5312

Experienced preschool teachers will guide children through fun and engaging explorations in and around Sheldon Community Center. Each week will include art, outdoor play, nature exploration and water play. Preschool camps are for youth who have been in a care setting previously and are potty trained.