Summer Fun – Kids camp!

Starting the week of June 3, 2024 the Winnebago Park District offers 3 days of fun and exciting activities from 7:30 a.m.–5 p.m. on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.  The fun will be staffed by WHS Students and supervised by WPD.  The goal of Summer Fun is to provide campers the opportunity to build friendship, social skills & have FUN through a variety of our engaging and exhilarating themed weeks.  Whether your camper is interested in arts, science or sports, our themes are designed to be fun and interactive for all. 

Camp will be offered starting the week of June 3 with the last week being the week of August 5.  (No camp will be offered the week of 4th of July)

Age Requirement:  All campers must be going into 1st – 6th grades.  Exceptions will be made for Kindergartners if there’s an older sibling attending with.  

Attire:  Campers will need a labeled backpack with change of clothes, sunscreen and shoes to run and play in daily.  Staff will let you know in advance when your camper is entering a themed week that may require him/her to pack in additional items

Meals:  Campers must  bring a packed lunch and water bottle.  WPD will provide 1 morning snack to all campers. 

Location:  All campers will be dropped off and picked up at the WPD office.  Majority of camp days will be held at the Winnebago Sports Park with special outings  and field trips.

Cost:  A $25 registration fee must be paid per family by April 15, 2024  to guarantee your spot. Payment for the first week that your child/children attend must be paid in full 2 weeks prior, so staff has an idea of how many kids are attending each week.  Planning for supplies and snacks will depend on the number of participants we have in attendance each week. 1 or 2 days a week $30/day per child. Second child from the same family is $25/day child3 days a week $25/day (must sign up and pay for all 3 days).


Park District Youth License Plate

The Winnebago Park District is applying for a Grant to assist in the Summer Fun BeyondPlay Program. Park District Youth License Plate supports the Grant.
Park districts in Illinois have been providing vital youth
programs for many years. Park and recreation agencies step in
to fill the gap for children and working parents during beyond
school hours.
The sale and subsequent renewal of each plate generates $25 specifically for the PowerPlay! Beyond School Grant Program. It is recommended that all agencies assist in the promotion of the Park District Youth License Plate. Without the continued support of this grant program from our member agencies and their patrons, it will diminish. It is crucial that we invest in the young people of Illinois by supporting the Park District Youth License Plate program.

Click here to download the Park District Youth License Plate form