For some parents, spring break is a welcome opportunity to spend some relaxed, unstructured time with their children. For other parents, it's a puzzle: how do I make sure my kids have fun and learn something and also exhaust themselves so that, by the end of the day, they don't exhaust me?
Vancouver Parks and Recreation has got you covered. Below, you'll find brief descriptions of four day camps to be held at Firstenburg Community Center and at Marshall Community Center during spring break—April 7-11—for kids ages six to 15.
Firstenburg Community Center
- SPARK Youth Day Camp for ages six to 10. This camp focuses on sports, physical activity, and recreation for kids. Campers will enjoy swimming, rock climbing, sports, games, and a field trip to Safari Sam's. The cost is $160 per camper for the whole week. Click here to register online or call 360-487-7001, ext. 8.
- Teen Survivor Camp for ages 11 to 15. There’s no lack of activity in this exciting camp, which includes swimming, rock climbing, gym games, team building, video game tournaments, and field trips. The fee $160 per student for the week. Click here to register online or call 360-487-7001, ext. 8.
Marshall Community Center
- Spring Adventure Youth Day Camp for ages six to 10. Your child will enjoy crafts, sports, games, playground time, swimming, a field trip to Dizzy Castle (including a pizza lunch), and many other activities. The cost is $160 per camper for the week. Click here to register online or call 360-487-7100, ext. 0.
- Teen Xcape Camp for ages 11 to 15. This day camp features swimming, games, sports, field trips to John's Incredible Pizza, bowling, and other activities. The cost is $40 per teen per day, or $160 for the week. Click here for online registration or call 360-487-7100, ext. 0
To learn more about all of the programs Vancouver Parks and Recreation has to offer—for kids and adults—visit www.vanparksrec.org.