39.2 F
39 F
Muscle Shoals
40.8 F
38.7 F
Fort Payne

Huntsville Parks and Rec opens registration for spring break camps

HUNTSVILLE – Spring break for primary education students will soon be here, and Huntsville’s Parks & Recreation Department is offering alternatives to help kids from shuttering indoors at home.

Parents and guardians be advised – registration for spring break camps runs through March 1. Registration links can be found on the Day Camp and Specialty Camp pages.

The camps, which are full- and half-days, run March 11-15 and are open exclusively to Huntsville students in grades 1-6. 

According to a news release, the programs are designed to provide an enriching and engaging experience during spring break, offer a mix of games, learning activities and athletics. The camps are held at Huntsville Parks & Recreation facilities and are led by trained staff members. Transportation is not provided.

“These camps are a great way to keep kids engaged in learning and physical activity during the spring break,” Parks & Recreation Director James Gossett said. “They are especially beneficial for working parents and guardians who don’t have the luxury of taking a week off work.”

The cost for a full-day camp is $50 per week, with a discounted rate of $25 per week for each additional child in the same family. Half-day specialty camps cost $25 for the first child and $10 for each additional child.

Payments can be made in cash, check, or credit/debit card, and must be submitted to the facility each child will attend before participation.

Full-day camp locations are:

  • Cavalry Hill Community Center, 2900 Fairbanks St. 
  • Richard Showers, Sr. Recreation Center, 4600 Blue Spring Road  
  • Fern Bell Recreation Center, 107A Sanders Road  
  • Mark Russell Recreation Center, 429 Taylor Road  

Half-day camp locations are:

  • Optimist Recreation Center (Art Camp): 703 Oakwood Ave.
  • Dr. Robert Shurney Legacy Center (STEM Camp): 3011B Sparkman Drive

For more information, visit the Day Camp and Specialty Camp pages.


Don’t miss out!  Subscribe to our email newsletter to have all our smart stories delivered to your inbox.

- Advertisment -

Most Popular