By Alexandra Syndram
Weekly themes Fishers Parks and Recreation camps are offering this summer include a summer safari and becoming a ninja warrior.
The Fishers Parks and Recreation summer camps offers a variety of options for children of all ages, with unique activities tailored to the interests of different age groups. The summer camps are offered on a weekly basis from June 1 to July 31. Each week has a unique theme with different activities. For example, children can channel their inner animal and explore a safari obstacle course during the Summer Safari Week.
Half-day and full-day options are available for the weekly summer camps. Admission for half-day camps is $85 per week, with full-day admission at $175 per week. Full-day camps will feature weekly field trips that provide round-trip transportation from the camp.
Fishers Parks and Recreation Director Sarah Sandquist said children will be in good hands.
“The staff takes ownership of the camp,” Sandquist said. “(They) care about and enjoy being around the kids.”
Registration for Fishers residents opened Jan. 13, and it will open for nonresidents at 8:30 a.m. Jan. 27.
Registration is available online and at the Fishers Parks and Recreation office, 11565 Brooks School Rd.
“Our camps are really popular and sell out really fast,” said Sandquist, encouraging interested parents to sign their children up as soon as possible.
To register or for a full list of camps, visit playfishers.com.