Huntsville Parks & Recreation offering student day camps during Thanksgiving break
Published on November 16, 2021
After hosting a successful Fall Break Day Camp in October, Huntsville Parks & Recreation is now registering children for its Thanksgiving Break Day Camp online and in-person.
The camp, which will take place Nov. 22-24, costs $30 per camper and $15 for each additional camper. Morning and afternoon snacks will be provided each day; however, parents/guardians must provide lunch. Activities will vary per recreation center and include physical activity, outdoor play, arts and games.
Huntsville Parks & Recreation offers day camps at nine City of Huntsville recreation centers during four weeklong breaks on the 2021-2022 HCS calendar. Upcoming camps will provide affordable, inclusive and fun programming for K-6 students from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. on the following dates:
- Winter Break: Dec. 20, 2021 to Jan. 4, 2022
- Spring Break: March 14-18, 2022
“We value the assistance we can provide families that have parents and guardians who work when children are normally in school,” said Parks & Recreation Director Bernita Reese. “We are proud to provide students with a variety of programming in a safe and supportive environment.”
To sign up, a parent or guardian must complete a registration packet for each child online or in-person at one of the City’s participating recreation centers. To learn more about the day camps, visit HuntsvilleAL.gov/daycamps or contact one of the following centers:
Brahan Spring Recreation Center – 256-883-3710
Cavalry Hill Community Center – 256-427-5800
Dr. Richard Showers, Sr. Recreation Center – 256-851-4001
Dr. Robert Shurney Legacy Center – 256-851-4010
Fern Bell Recreation Center – 256-883-3640
Lakewood Community Center – 256-851-4015
Mark Russell Recreation Center – 256-650-4747
Max Luther Drive Community Center – 256-427-5780
Optimist Recreation Center – 256-427-5775
For more information, please call Parks & Recreation at 256-564-8026.