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Openings available at Camp Kent for this summer


KENT – Registration is open for Camp Kent day camp, offered by Kent Park and Recreation. Through a partnership with Club Getaway, children are able to use the resort facilities during the weekly sessions and go on an off-site field trip by bus each week.

Daily activities include swim time in the lake, ropes course, climbing walls, zip line, trampolines, bounce houses, assorted sports and more.

This year Park and Rec has extended the daily hours with drop off at 8 a.m., camp beginning 30 minutes later and ending at 4 p.m. with pickup by parents.

The first session begins June 24, with a total of six weekly sessions. There will not be camp offered during the July 4 holiday week. Each week includes a Club Getaway catered lunch on Friday and a camper t-shirt.

Fees begin at $225 for residents who sign up for one to three weeks. Additional discounts are available for siblings and multiple week signups. Eligible children are entering first through seventh grade next fall. Registration is online.

Scholarships are available. Families interested in registering with a scholarship must reach out to Director Matt Busse prior to registration by email.

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