Sunny days ahead – registration now open for 2024 summer camps

Registration is now open for a variety of summer camps being offered by Lexington’s Division of Parks & Recreation for 2024. Online registration is available through the city’s website and in-person registration can be completed at Dunbar Community Center.

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“We’re excited for another full complement of summer camps in 2024,” said Monica Conrad, Director of Lexington Parks & Recreation. “We know it’s not only something people love for their kids to attend, but it’s also an opportunity for people to explore nature, enjoy recreational activities, and discover all their local parks and facilities have to offer. With camps for kids of all ages, teens, and even adults – there’s something for everyone this summer!”

There are eighteen camps being offered, including annual favorites such as Camp Kearney, as well as a variety of others with activities including art, dance, equestrian riding, golf, swimming, Therapeutic Recreation for people with special needs, and tennis. With over 110 sessions across all camps, there is something for everyone, no matter their interests. There are camps available for all ages this year, including a Rising Leaders Teen Camp, and even an Adult Sorta Summer Camp.

Below is a full list of camps being offered in 2024:

For more information about all summer camps and how to register, parents and guardians can visit For assistance with online registration, interested persons are encouraged to call (859) 288-2980. If English is not the preferred language, website visitors can click the “Language” link at the top of the page to translate any pages on the city website to one of one hundred and five other languages. Financial assistance is available for qualifying households.

Parks & Recreation, a division of the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government, oversees the programming, maintenance and development of over 100 city parks and natural areas, six pools, five golf courses, community centers, recreational programs and three arts venues. To find out more, follow @LexKYParks on Facebook and Instagram, or sign up for the email newsletter.



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