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Are Campers grouped together by age?

Campers are not grouped together by our staff. We have found that children with ‘like’ interests tend to play and socialize together. This allows your child to make new friends throughout the summer. Staff monitors ‘who socializes with who’ and…

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What is a typical day at Camp?

7:15-10 am – Free play/activities 10 –11 am - Organized activity and Camper attendance check– All-inclusive organized activity lead by a different leader each day and the activity typically changes each day. 11-11:45 am – Lunch (Campers bring a packed…

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What does my child need to bring to Camp?

Children should bring a packed lunch and water bottle/drink that does not require refrigeration each day. Prior to arriving at Camp, parents should apply a liberal layer of sun screen. Campers should bring sun screen, bathing suit, towel, swim bag…

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How do I check-in at Camp?

Every Camp utilizes electronic check-in/out. Parents must accompany their child into Camp each day and swipe the key fob that has been assigned to each camper. If your child had a pool membership or has attended Camp in the past,…

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How much does Camp cost?

We realize that schedules and plans change rapidly and have designed a unique pay-as-you-use fee schedule. The UAPR Summer Day Camp pay-as-you-use allows you to pay for only the days your child actually attends Camp (after the initial ten days).…

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How do I register and what is the cost of Summer Day Camp?

Registration begins (online only) on Friday, February 1st (6am) at https://parks.uaoh.net. The registration fee is $100 per resident child and $120 per non-resident child. This fee is non- refundable, non-transferrable and cannot be credited to your household. Please register at…

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Who supervises the Summer Day Camps?

Cheryl Hyatt is the Recreation Program Supervisor of all three Summer Day Camps. There is one SDC director and two SDC Assistant Directors at each Camp location. There are a total of ten staff at Tremont & Thompson and five…

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What is Resident versus Non-Resident?

Residents are those families who reside and/or work within boundaries of Upper Arlington. The Upper Arlington City boundary encompasses most, but not all Upper Arlington School District. If you are in doubt, please call our office at 614-583-5300 or consult…

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