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  • Camp Alotta Fun

  • Camp Alotta Fun (Campers Entering 1st-9th Grade)

    Campers participate in weekly themed activities that will include arts and crafts, games, sports, music, nature, swimming, climbing wall and field trips. Campers will be placed in groups by grade. The 8th-9th grade campers have additional mini-trips geared just for them. Several of our counselors are certified teachers or college students working toward degrees in education or recreation. Camp meets rain or shine. Campers should bring a sack lunch with a drink each day. Child must be entering specified grade in the fall to participate in this program.

    Camp Alotta Fun Sunrise/Sunset Extended Camp

    Different activities will be structured depending on the number of participants and their energy level. Parents can register for Sunrise session (7:00-9:00 am), Sunset session (4:00-6:00 pm) or both. Participants must be enrolled in the day camp program to participate in this extended camp program.
  • Online Registration and Forms

    Resident ID card holders with their online password can now register for camp through our website. Click the link below to get started:

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    2019 Parent Handbook

  • Nature Summer Camps at Hidden Oaks Nature Center

  • Nature Summer Camp

    Voyagers (6-7 years), Trekkers (8-10), Explorers (11-13)
    Trek through the great outdoors to discover Illinois’ amazing habitats and the plants and animals that call them home. Investigate trees and flowers, while searching for insects, animals and ecosystems! Get your feet wet while exploring wetland habitats and the creatures that live there. Campers are required to bring a lunch, snack and refillable water bottle daily.Available in 5-day and 3-day options!

    Eco Sunset Camp

    Age 6-13 years
    Working or busy parents help is available. Your camper can enjoy extra activities after camp is over. Parents who enroll their campers in Sunset camp have the option to pick up their child any time within the additional hours. Participants must be enrolled in an Eco-Camp to participate in extended care.

    NEW! Online Registration and Forms
    Eco-Voyagers Online Registration

    Eco-Trekkers Online Registration

    Eco-Explorers Online Registration

    Eco-Sunset Online Registration

    2019 Summer Nature Camp Packet - 5 Day

    2019 Summer Nature Camp Packet - 3 Day

    Please Note: Parents registering their campers for the Eco-Sunset Session (3:00-5:00 pm). Participants must be enrolled in the nature day camp program to participate in this extended camp program.

  • Parkie's Harbor Heroes Summer Camp at Pelican Harbor Aquatic Park

  • Ages 8-14 years
    Have you ever wondered what it is like to work at Pelican Harbor? Come find out first hand. Get a behind the scenes training of a lifeguard, build on swim skills with a daily swim lesson, and have fun at summer camp! Campers will go on a new Aqua-venture every Friday. Campers will need to bring a lunch each day of camp and a refillable water bottle. Campers can use the concession stand. This camp runs rain or shine. Campers are also required to bring a backpack containing a towel, swim suit, and sun screen.

    On Friday, camp will run until 4:00 pm to allow for travel time to and from the Aqua-ventures.

    A typical day for a Harbor Hero includes a swimming lesson from 8:30-9:10 am. After the lesson, the campers meet the counselor within the waterpark and participate in activities to learn lifeguard skills and techniques in preparation to compete in the IPRA Junior Lifeguard Games on July 10, at Paradise Bay, Lombard Park District. That event runs into the evening hours. After the week of Lifeguard Games, campers learn about other operational aspects of Pelican Harbor.