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Summer Camps at the College Park Community Center

The Maryland National Capital Park and Planning Commission along with the Prince George’s Department of Parks and Recreation are offering a variety of fun and engaging summer day camps for children 6 to 16! From Modeling Academy, to Basketball camp to Explorers camp, our youngest residents are sure to have tons of fun. Each camp lasts about two weeks; you can choose one camp for the summer or mix-n-match them. Before and after care are also provided at a cost.

To learn more about the summer camps offered at the College Park Community Center, please Click Here . From the “Select a Location” drop-down menu on the top right corner of the page, please select “College Park community Center”.

Basketball Camp: Mixed Ages
Professional staff will teach boys and girls basketball fundamentals including conditioning, dribbling, passing, shooting, rebounding and strategies. Additional emphasis on the relationship between academics and athletics.

Cheerleading Camp: Mixed Ages
Learn cheer routines and chants, and develop a positive team attitude. Also includes arts and crafts, games, swimming, and a camp-wide event.

Counselor-In-Training Camp
Teen campers will gain valuable hands-on experience in a safe and fun environment working alongside trained staff in a variety of different camps. Assignments will include age-appropriate, interactive tasks to help develop responsibility and leadership skills. Teens will explore behind-the-scenes camp operations and also have some free time to enjoy a mix of recreational activities with peers.

Explorers Camp
General recreation camp provides opportunities to participate in a variety of structured leisure activities including sports, arts and crafts, quiet and active games, field trips, swimming, movies and special events. Additional fees may be charged for certain off-site activities or field trips.

Modeling Camp: Mixed Ages
Campers will develop self-confidence, and learn about cosmetic techniques, photo posing, and how to walk on the runway.

Soccer Camp: Children
Get introduced to and reinforce the four basics areas of soccer: technique, tactics, fitness and fun. Campers will learn dribbling, passing, shooting and offensive/defensive techniques in a positive, fun learning environment. Soccer cleats are not required, but campers should bring a non-perishable lunch, snack, jug(s) of water with camper’s name, and shin guards. Water will be available, but campers are encouraged to bring lots of water.

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