The Washington Township Park takes pride in offering camp opportunities to youth ages 5 years old who have started kindergarten through 11 years old in our Avon community and surrounding areas .
All of our camps will keep your child engaged in a safe and fun environment that will have them wanting to come back for more. Camp offers a safe and positive environment where children gain confidence and learn new skills while enjoying fun-filled days outside exploring our beautiful park.
Our camps provide opportunities for children to disconnect from technology and become more physically active. Campers experience success and become more confident by participating in team and individual activities. In addition, our campers become more independent by learning to do things on their own all while improving their social skills and making lasting friendships.
Avon Kids’ Camp follows the American Camp Association’s 1:10 guideline for camper/counselor ratio.
Camp will consist of our Camp Director and Lead Counselor in addition to our qualified counselors who are all CPR and First Aid Certified to care for your child. To ensure proper supervision and age-appropriate activities, campers will be divided into groups by age. Campers are all together at several times throughout their day though for large group activities.
Time blocks are prepared prior to camp outlining games, crafts and activities that will take place on a daily basis. Every forty-five minutes to an hour of the day is identified with a specific activity geared to providing a positive camp experience. There is also plenty of time for free play!
When School’s Out, We’re in Session
We offer camps throughout the school year following the Avon Community School Corporation calendar.
Spring Break Camp- March 25-April 5th.
Summer Break Camp-May 31-July 30th.
Fall Break Camp- October 14-25th.
Winter Break Camp- December 23- January 6th.
MLK/Presidents Day coming in 2020
Build camp to suite your needs: One day, all week or anything in between!
Ages 5 (started kindergarten)-11 years old
Full Day- Drop off 7-9am, pick up 4:30-6pm $30/day
Half Day (summer only) Morning session drop off 7-9am, pick up 12-1pm, afternoon session drop off 12-1pm, pick up 4:30-6pm $20/day NO exceptions on times.
Breakfast and snacks provided!
New for summer camp this year....Lunch is offered for an additional charge of $4. Lunch choice of various deli meats on white or Hawaiian roll, Uncrustable pb&j sandwich, fresh fruit, fruit cup, bag of chips, yogurt tube, carrot sticks or other raw veggies, and a juice box.
Note: Starting Summer 2019 full day camp fee will be raised to $30/day.
What to Bring to Camp
Storage is at a minimum at all camp locations and secure storage for personal items is not available. We request that campers do not bring personal belongings such as toys or electronics to the camp location and bring only those items requested for special activities and trips. Campers should bring a backpack with their lunch and a beverage in a refillable water bottle as well an an extra change of clothes ,shoes, swim suit, towel and plastic bag for wet items.
What to Wear to Camp
Campers will be given a camp t-shirt with registration to be worn to camp each day. You can purchase additional shirts for $10. Campers should wear cool, comfortable play clothes that can get messy and closed-toe athletic shoes (tennis shoes, sneakers, etc). Laces or Velcro must be tied snugly on the camper’s foot. Socks should also be worn. Flip flops or sandals may only be worn at the splash pad and are not acceptable to be worn during the camp day. Campers wearing inappropriate footwear will be unable to fully participate for their own safety.
Campers who are enrolled in full-day camps must bring a lunch and beverage each day. Lunch is offered during registration for an additional $4 for full day and am half day campers only. As part of our commitment to health and wellness, we encourage campers to bring nutritious foods and beverages. We recommend all campers bring a reusable water bottle to camp each day. Refrigeration is not available for participants’ lunch, so please do not include any food that is subject to rapid deterioration or spoilage. If your camper has a severe food allergy, please contact us so we can provide accommodations for the food allergy if necessary. Please send food in sealed containers and clearly label your camper’s lunch with his/her name.
Departing from Camp Parents/Guardians or Authorized Persons (Camper Information Form) are required to sign their camper out at the end of the camp day. All individuals must be prepared to show identification during pick-up. Staff will request ID until the identification is established.