Licensed Day Camps

Our state-licensed day camps are open when school is closed. Summer, Fall, Winter, and Spring breaks and in-service days, too! Your kids don’t have to spend their days off stuck at home.

Required Paperwork

All forms listed below can be downloaded and must be completely filled out for each individual child attending camp prior to first day.  Failure to do so will result in removing your child from the program. Know that all licensed camps require a copy of your child's immunization records and completed participation agreement prior to them attending a day of camp.

Medication Forms
If you child requires medications during the attendance of our camps, appropriate medication forms must be completed. Please notify the appropriate Program Coordinator at least one week before your child will be attending if your child will need medication while at camp.

South Suburban Licensed Day Camps

All South Suburban Parks and Recreation’s School Age Camps are licensed by the Colorado Department of Human Services and are required to meet rules and regulations set forth by that agency.  Our programs are also inspected by Tri-County Health and the local Fire Departments. 

As part of the required regulations for the Department of Human Services our camps offer activities from the following suggested areas: athletics, arts and crafts, manipulative games, science, dramatic play and music.  Not all activities are offered daily, but children will have the option of at least three different activities on a daily basis.

All programs are in compliance with the Americans with Disability Act.  Our camps and facilities will provide reasonable accommodations for the child with a disability or special needs. Inclusion is available in all South Suburban Parks & Recreation’s School Age Camps.  Requests for assistance or special accommodations can be facilitated through the STAR Program at 303-730-4608.

School Age Camps consist of the Fall/Winter/Spring Break programs, In-service Days, Non-Student School Days and Summer Camps at the Family Sports Center, and at Goodson and Lone Tree Recreation Centers.

Get familiar with Licensed Day camps by reading: Most Frequently Asked Questions 2016

Day Camps Offered

 

Family Sports Center Adventure Day Camp

Hours: 7 am - 6 pm
Ages 6 - 13 years
Adventure Day Camp is housed in an unique setting which offers a camp that keeps kids busy with activities such as the eXerGame zone, ice skating, sports, climbing wall, laser tag, adventure golf, inflatable obstacle course, sports dome, and more! Morning and afternoon snacks and lunch included in the fee.  Adventure Day Camp is available for all Summer, Spring, Fall and Winter Breaks, most in-service and holidays are available as well.
*Daily Fee: $48 Resident/$52 Nonresident
Program Coordinator:  Chantel 303.754.0552 ChantelT@ssprd.org

 

Goodson Recreation Center Camps

Hours: 7 am - 6 pm
Ages 6 -10 years/ 11-14 years 
Explore opportunities at this classic camp for those who enjoy a little bit of everything: arts & crafts, sports, science fun, indoor/outdoor group activities, swimming, field trips and much more.  Participants must bring a morning snack and lunch unless otherwise instructed.  Afternoon snack is provided. Discovery Quest is available for Summer, Spring, Thanksgiving and Winter Breaks, holidays (Martin Luther King/President Days).  Participants must have completed Kindergarten and be no older than 14 years old to take part in the Summer Camp.
Daily Fees: *Field Trip Days $41 Resident/$53 Nonresident
*Non-field Trip Days $30 Resident/$38 Nonresident
Program Coordinator: Jessica Skiera 303.708.3518 office or Jskiera@ssprd.org

Lone Tree Recreation Center Camps

Hours: 7 am - 6 pm
Ages 6 -10 years/ 11-14 years
Participants enjoy a wide range of activities: arts & crafts, sports, science fun, Indoor/outdoor group activities, swimming, field trips and much more. Children must bring a morning snack and lunch unless otherwise instructed.  Afternoon snack is provided. Club Lone Tree is available for Summer, Spring, Fall and Winter Breaks, holidays (Martin Luther King/President Days).  Participants must have completed Kindergarten and be no older than 14 years to take part in the Summer Camp.
*Daily Fee: Field Trip Days $41 Resident/$53 Nonresident
*Non-field Trip Days $30 Resident/$38 Nonresident
Program Coordinator: Jessica Skiera 303.708.3518 office or Jskiera@ssprd.org
*Price to increase Jan 1 2018

Locations

Family Sports Center
6901 S Peoria St
Centennial, CO 80112
303.754.0552-office phone
Contact Chantel at ChantelT@ssprd.org

Adventure Day Camp
303.505.5429-Adventure Day Camp cell phone
7 am - 6 pm


Goodson Recreation Center
6315 S University Blvd
Centennial, CO 80121
303.708.3518 (office)
303.435.8242 (cell)
Contact Jessica Skiera at JSkiera@ssprd.org

Summer Discovery Quest & Camp X-Plosion
303.961.3139 (Summer Discovery Quest cell)
303.435.8247 (Camp X-Plosion cell)
7 am - 6 pm

Lone Tree Recreation Center
10249 Ridgegate Circle
Lone Tree, CO 80124
303.708.3518 (office)
303.435.8242 (cell)
Contact Jessica Skiera at Jskiera@ssprd.org

Club Lone Tree & Camp X-Plosion
303.435.8248 (Club Lone Tree cell)
720.732.3470 (Camp X-Plosion cell)
7 am - 6 pm