For ages 3 to 18 years
The Geneva Park District offers traditional day camps, specialty camps, gymnastics camps, nature camps, and sports camps. Our camps focus on providing opportunities to all participants to grow personally by developing a positive self-image and learning to treat themselves and others with respect.
Camps teach participants to appreciate diversity, become better leaders, and develop a variety of specific skills and assets through various outdoor experiences. All of the camps incorporate the “Character Counts” philosophy and the benefits of a healthy lifestyle. It is the primary goal of the Geneva Park District to make sure camp is a fun and enjoyable environment for each participant. The experiences and bonds that are formed at camp will last them a lifetime.
The Geneva Park District offers traditional day camp opportunities for children in preschool through 10th grade. Activities vary based on age, but include games, songs, crafts, swimming, sports, field trips, and more. Camp locations and times vary.
Specialty camps offer children the opportunity to focus on specific interests and activities, while still enjoying the day camp experience. Specialty camp themes include sports, princesses, pirates, crafts, construction, the circus, science, water fun, animals, field trip adventures, and more! Camp locations and times vary. Ages 3-15.
These one week, half-day camps will be filled with gymnastics, tumbling, games, crafts, tumble trac, an inflatable, and more! Each day will encompass a different age-appropriate theme. Gymnastic Camp is a great way for your child to make new friends and build self-confidence.
Ages: preschool to 3rd grade.
Camp Coyote Nature Camps are held at Peck Farm Park. 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.
Please wear gym shoes; bring a nut-free snack, reusable water bottle, sunscreen, bug spray, camp T-shirt, and a backpack each day. Please make sure your camper dresses appropriately, campers may get muddy, dusty, and paint/grass stained.
Lunch Bunch Information
Enjoy a FULL-DAY camp experience when signing up for both a morning and afternoon camp! Camp Coyote offers a supervised lunch for campers who enroll in both a morning and an afternoon camp for an additional $10 per child/week. Pack a nut-free lunch for your child that does not require refrigeration, and we will supervise your child during the lunch break (noon – 1 p.m.) and escort your child to his/her afternoon camp.
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.
End of Summer Camps
Fun-2-Play Camp meets between the end of summer camp and the beginning of the school year school. Camps are held from 8:30 am – 3:30 pm at Sunset Community Center and Stephen Persinger Recreation Center and 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.
End of Summer Trips
End of Summer trips run between the end of summer camp and the beginning of the school year. Trips leave from both Sunset Community Center and Stephen Persinger Recreation Center, and run from 8:30 am – 4:00 pm. Additional Before and After Hours are available.