Roving Recreation Camps

Postponed to 2021

After careful consideration and the current Dallas County report of record high COVID-19 daily numbers, Dallas Park and Recreation Department has determined it is in the best and safest interest of participants and staff to cancel the following programs this summer season:
 
 • Aquatics (does not include spraygrounds)
 • 13-Recreation Summer Camps
 • 10-Roving Recreation Camps (park site programming)
 • 12-Outdoor Adventures (program designed to introduce youth and families to kayaking, photography, geocaching and mountain biking)

Updated 7/9/2020

The Dallas Park and Recreation Department will be offering a FREE five week outdoor summer camp at 10 park locations throughout the city for youth ages 6 to 14. The Roving Recreation Camps will begin on Monday, July 6th TBD, and operate through Friday, August 7th. All camp sites will operate Monday thru Friday from 9am. to 3:00 p.m.


How to register:

Roving Recreation Camps will have limited spaces (24) available and all spots will be filled on a first come first serve basis. Online registration will begin on Saturday, June 20th. Onsite registration will take place beginning July 6th - July 8th (pending availability). 

In order to limit exposure and risks related to Covid-19, summer camp registration will conclude once designated slots are filled or on July 8th; whichever occurs first. Online registration is recommended. 

Locations:

  1. Bent Tree Meadow - 4302 Creek Meadow Dr. -75287
  2. Brownwood Park - 3400 Walnut Hill Ln - 75229
  3. Crawford Park - 8700 Elam Rd. - 75217
  4. Danieldale Park - 540 West Wheatland Road - 75232
  5. Deerpath Park - 1800 East Kiest Blvd. - 75216
  6. Fair Oaks Park -  7621 Fair Oaks - 75231
  7. Ferguson Park - 1900 Gross Rd - 75228
  8. JW Ray Park - - 2010 N. Washington - 75204
  9. Westmoreland Park - 3601 W. Illinois Ave.- 75211
  10. Willie Mae Butler Park - 5315 Grovewood St. - 75210

Activities

Your child will be engaged in a structured and safe environment that provides a variety of physical and educational activities. Activities include arts and craft classes, sports clinics, fitness sessions, cultural and enrichment classes, games, and much more.

Program Benefits

Our camps provide opportunities for children to disconnect from technology and become more physically active. Campers experience success and become more confident by participating in team and individual activities and develop a life skill and interest in something they had little to no experience in. In addition, our campers become more independent by learning to do things on their own all while improving their social skills and making lasting friendships.