Summer Youth Programs
Parks and Recreation staff led camps offer children a fun, active, safe and supervised environment with planned activities like arts, crafts, sports and games. Campers must be able to independently follow directions, exhibit age-appropriate social skills and function in a highly stimulating group environment.
Camps are designed to be an outdoor program, to the greatest extent possible. Campers and staff will move indoors only in the event of inclement weather (heat index over 90 degrees, rain or thunder).
Summer CampsRegistration for all summer programs, including these camps, can be found online at www.hanoverparksrec.com.
EPIC Summer CampsThese camps are designed for rising first through fourth grade children. Camps will be filled with engaging games, creative crafts, interactive activities and unique camp visitors that will bring fun each day. More information can be found in the Parent Handbook.
Theme-based CampsGame On (sports, games and challenges).The Science of Art (STEM, art and science) and Camp Sampler (diverse activities including sports games, crafts and science) are designed for rising fifth through seventh grade children. With themed activities throughout the week and a field trip, campers are sure to go home with tons of stories, and maybe even some new skills. More information can be found in the Parent Handbook.
Therapeutic Recreation Aide Assistance
Based on staff availability, each camp location will have a staff member with experience working with children with special needs.
Employment and Volunteer Opportunities
Recruitment for paid and volunteer positions is ongoing. Visit www.hanovercountyjobs.com and search "summer" for details and to apply online.
Hanover County Parks and Recreation makes every attempt to provide financial assistance for Hanover County residents wishing to participate in community recreation programs.
Apply online by completing an application for Fun Funds Financial Assistance or download the application and return to the department.