Summer Camps

2018 Day Camps are daily summer programs designed to keep youth entertained and they learn at the same. They will enjoy these summer activities along with their friends and make new friends.

Looking for Sports Camps?! Check out the sports pages for summer sports camps.

Camp Type Date/Time Info Cost

Zombie Wilderness Survival Camp

Legion Park

July 16-19; 9am-Noon

Kids learn to survive the zombie apocalypse with fun skills in this new, outdoor summer camp. Geared for students going into 4th-8th grade, students will learn the art of outdoor survival from making a fire to camouflage to building invisible shelters.

$30 per person (includes t-shirt)

Summer 

Lego Robotic 

Camp

July 16-20

     &

July 30 - Aug. 3 

10am - 1pm

These hands on Lego camps are a great way for youth to fight off summer learning loss by using hands on problem solving and imagination.

$85

 

Fishing Camp

July 9-13

9am - 1pm

St. Louis Pound

Afternoons are generally dedicated to catching fish and each morning we learn new fishing techniques and tools including fly-fishing, fish traps, primitive fishing techniques, cleaning the fish you catch and understanding fishing gear, knots and lures/bait.Ages 8-13 welcome

$155

Craft Camp

June 18-22

10:30-1130am

Woodburn Library

Join us as we enjoy creating some summer youth crafts. In this camp, your kids ages 5-10 will learn how to make many different crafts such as painted wooden bears, sock owls, and more! All crafts are yours to take home and show off! 

$30

G.R.E.A.T. Camp Date TBA Gang Resistance Education and Training (GREAT) is a gang and violence prevention program taught by local law enforcement officials in partnership with the Woodburn School District for youth going into 6th, 7th, 8th grade. Camp includes lessons and activities that teach positive life skills. 50 kids maximum. Check www.woodburnsd.org, the After School Club page for more info or call 503-982-4280.

 

Safety Camp

Location:

TBA

July 23-26 @ 9am-Noon

Safety Camp teach children ages 4, 5 & 6 important safety rules like stranger danger; bicycle & water safety and much more. Sponsored by Woodburn Kiwanis. $25 per person (includes t-shirt)
Summer Day Camp Heritage Elementary School

June 25-

Aug. 10

 

K-5th grade: $90/week. Open 7 am-6 pm.

K-5th grade Summer Discount: $600 for all 7 weeks, if paid in advance in a onetime payment.

Brought to you by the Woodburn School District. Check www.woodburnsd.org, the After School Club page for more info or call 503-982-4280.

 

 

Register online at www.woodburnparks.org, over the phone at (503) 982-5288 or in person at the Woodburn Aquatic Center.

 

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