Warrensburg Parks Will Keep Your Kids Busy This Summer
How would you like to give your kids a fun filled summer of play? Warrensburg Parks and Recreation aims to do just that with their Quest Summer Day Camp running from May 26 through August 20.
According to Warrensburg Parks & Recreation their Quest Summer Day Camp will provide campers with themed weeks, daily swimming, nature exploration, fun educational experiences, Nintendo Switch competitions, arts and crafts, games, field trips, and playing in the park. Additionally breakfast, lunch, snacks and drinks will be provided too.
The camp has three age levels: Kindergarten - Second grade, third and fourth grade, and fifth to seventh grade. And the camp will run daily from 6:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. for all 13 weeks May 26 through Aug. 20. It's a perfect opportunity for working couples to keep their young ones occupied throughout the summer.
The early bird registration cost for the camp through April 30 is $1,285. Registration after April 30 is $1,430. This includes all 13 weeks of the camp, a Nassif Season Pass, a $20 concession card and a fun camp pack.
Early bird registration is now open here. Or you can register your kids by visiting the front desk at the Warrensburg Community Center. There is a $35 one time enrollment fee per child due at registration.
As a kid I wasn't a big camper. My Mom was more interested in signing me up for park or community college programs like teen theater or tennis lessons. That said, when I was a little kid I did go to camp through the local park district for a couple of weeks with my friend Anthony. I remember lots of arts and crafts, swimming, and a fun competition on the last day. If I could have done that all summer it would have been neat.
So don't be afraid to sign your kids up for this. It just might be a memory that stays with them forever.