Summer Camps

2019 Recreation Summer Camps 

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Register for one or more of these great, affordable traditional camp programs. BREC’s recreation camps received an overall parent satisfaction rating of 100% (Amazing and Good combined) in 2018 for program structure, field trips, educational programming, safe environment, staff involvement, fitting family schedule, skills development, staff involvement and more. Exciting camper experiences include, but are not limited to, weekly field trips, S.T.E.A.M., nutrition literacy, physical fitness, outdoor adventures, healthy USDA meals/snacks and guest presenters (storytellers, law enforcement, bully prevention/awareness and safety).

These programs are structured to provide parents and campers:

  • A high-quality, reasonably affordable camp program.
  • Camp experiences that are rich, vibrant and in a stimulating atmosphere with unique enrichment, learning and recreational activities that foster intellectual, social, emotional and physical well-being for each child.
  • Camp locations in neighborhood setting that are easily accessible and safe with a variety of local and regional trip options.
  • Regular, open communication about camp/camper challenges, concerns and changes.
Camp Session Dates & Times

June 3-July 26 / eight, one-week sessions
Regular hours: 7 a.m.-5:30 p.m.
Registration Dates:
EBR PARISH RESIDENTS: March 23 On-site registration from 9 a.m.-noon and online registration will open at 9 a.m. until camp sessions are full.
OUT-OF-PARISH RESIDENTS: April 2 On-site registration from 3:30 p.m. to close of facility and online registration will open at 3:30 p.m. until camp sessions are full.

Camps for ages 4-5:

Your little camper will experience age appropriate arts activities that stimulate their creativity. Activities will include: drawing, painting, arts and crafts, music, dramatic play, song, dance and other activities that relate to our fun weekly camp themes.
$100 per week for East Baton Rouge Parish residents
$120 per week for out-of-parish residents

Anna T. Jordan Community Park
Baringer Road Park - camp moved to Cedar Ridge due to building repair
Milton J. Womack Park
Palomino Park
Zachary Community Park

Camps for ages 6-12:

These camps are places where your children will be treated as individuals and are encouraged to grow in a supportive environment. The benefits are endless including countless fun indoor/outdoor activities, making new friends and reducing their screen time.
$100 per week for East Baton Rouge Parish residents(Due to the fee increases at several camp locations, please call the camp location of choice to discuss our new camp scholorship process which could be up to a 75% reduction off the camp fee to qualifying households.)
$120 per week for out-of-parish residents (Not eligible for camp scholorships)

Alsen Park
Anna T. Jordan Community Park
Antioch Park
Baker Park
Cedar Ridge Park
Exxon Mobil/YMCA at Howell Place
Flanacher Road Park
Gus Young Ave. Park
Highland Road Community Park
Independence Community Park
Jackson Community Park
Longfellow Park
North Sherwood Forest Community Park
Perkins Road Community Park
Plank Road Park
Saia Park

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