Our staff are working hard to ensure our programs are in compliance with the most recent guidelines. Any adjustments to these “guidelines” will be communicated thru weekly newsletters that will be sent to registered participants. Please view our Summer Camp Parent Manual for complete details (coming soon). The manual can be found on our summer camp page at genevaparks.org
Additionally, the weekly newsletters will be emailed to families with details of what campers need for the week. We ask that you send minimal items with your child to camp.
Resident Registration begins Tuesday, March 7
Non-resident Registration begins Tuesday, March 14
You must set up a park district household account if you have not done so already.
3 Steps to Register (Simplified process!):
1. Read the Summer Camp General Information form at this link:
2. Complete the Camp Registration Form at the following links (Select according to their grade they are entering in Fall 2023):
Camp Registration Form 3-5 year olds- Preschool – Safari Camp
Camp Registration Form – Entering Kindergarten – Discovery Camp
Camp Registration Form – Entering 1st Grade – Voyager Camp
Camp Registration Form – Entering 2nd and 3rd Grade – Explorer Camp
Camp Registration Form – Entering 4th and 5th Grade- Adventure Camp
Camp Registration Form – Entering 6-8th Grade – Teen Camp
Camp Registration Form – Entering 9th-10th Grade – Impact Camp
All registration and payments will be accepted at Sunset Community Center, 710 Western Avenue or Stephen D. Persinger Recreation Center, 3507 Kaneville Road. You may also email your registration forms to email@example.com.
These one week, half-day camps will be filled with gymnastics, tumbling, games, crafts, tumble trac, an inflatable, and more! Gymnastic Camp is a great way for your child to make new friends and build self-confidence. Ages: preschool to 3rd grade.
Each day children will explore the wetlands, prairie, and gardens at Peck Farm Park through a variety of activities such as games, crafts, and stories. All campers will also have the opportunity to get up close and personal with butterflies in the Butterfly House! The emphasis for these outdoor camps is ‘hands-on’ exploration, so participants should be prepared to get a little muddy, dusty and grass stained. Half-day and full-day camp is available, as well as after camp care. AM and PM Nature Camp sessions will follow the same themes but have different activities for a full day of fun! Campers of different ages may be joined together for some activities.
AM Camps have a snack at 10am and PM Camps have a snack at 1:45pm. Please provide campers with their own snack – must be peanut free.
Campers who are signed up for AM & PM Camp sessions will need to bring a lunch. Lunch will be designated from the hours of 11:45am-12:15pm.
Please contact our Naturalist Camp Coordinator with any questions! (630) 262-8244
Required Materials Please wear gym shoes; bring a nut-free snack, reusable water bottle, sunscreen, bug spray, and a backpack each day. Please make sure your camper dresses appropriately, campers may get muddy, dusty, and paint/grass stained.
Sports camps are a great opportunity for children to learn a new sport or to concentrate on improving existing skills. Sports camp offerings include soccer, basketball, volleyball, and more.
Fun-2-Play Camp meets between the end of summer camp and the beginning of the school year school. Camps are for children entering Kindergarten through 6th grades. Campers will be kept busy with age-appropriate on-site activities, games, and crafts. Flexible pick-up and drop-off times, as well as Before and After Hours, will accommodate your busy back-to-school schedule.