Children can laugh and play this summer at 13 day camps operated by Volusia County’s Parks, Recreation and Culture Division. The camps will be offered from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday through Friday from June 8 through July 31.
“We are trying to serve as many Volusia County families as possible while adhering to CDC guidelines for capacity and social distancing,” said Parks, Recreation and Culture Director Tim Baylie. “We realize this will be a difficult process this summer because camp space will be very limited.”
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Staff will lead supervised activities, indoor and outdoor games, and arts and crafts, and a talent show for children ages 5 to 12. Five-year-olds must have completed kindergarten.
East Volusia sites include:
Turie T. Small Elementary School, 800 South St., Daytona Beach
RJ Longstreet Elementary School, 2745 S. Peninsula Drive, Daytona Beach
Holly Hill School, 1500 Center Ave.
Mary DeWees Park, 178 N. Gaines St., Oak Hill
Edgewater Public School, 801 S. Old County Road
Coronado Elementary School, 3550 Michigan Ave., New Smyrna Beach
West Volusia sites include:
Gemini Springs Park, 37 Dirksen Drive, DeBary
DeBary Hall Historic Site, 198 Sunrise Blvd.
Orange City Elementary School, 555 E. University Ave.
Chisholm Community Center, 520 S. Clara Ave., DeLand
Boy Scout Hut, 716 N. Frankfort Ave., DeLand
DeLand High School City Gym, 800 N. Hill Ave.
Taylor T. Dewitt Middle-High School, 100 E. Washington Ave., Pierson
Registration will be held online on June 3 from 9 a.m. until each site has reached capacity. Parents can submit their registration request to email@example.com. The email request must include the full names of the parents and children, complete home address, home and cell phone numbers, email address, and the desired camp location. Registration requests that are not accepted initially will be added to a wait list.
The cost is $65 per week plus a one-time $15 registration fee. Additional registration information is available at volusia.org/recreation.
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