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Piedmont Camps

Burlington Recreation & Parks

Kathy Hayes or Brandy McCandless
Map1333 Overbrook Road
PO Box 1358

Burlington, NC 27215
336-222-5030
    Categories:
  • Recreation
  • Summer Day Camps

Description:

June 13 – August 19 (10 weeks), for ages 5-14, operates Monday - Friday from 7:30am - 5:30pm; Fairchild & Grove Park operates 7am - 5:30pm (tentative) • 6 sites to choose from: Elon, Fairchild, Grove Park, Overbrook @ City Park, St. Mark’s, & Explorers for Teens. Choose from 6 locations across Burlington & Elon for 10 weeks of summer excitement for your child. Each camp offers a unique and individual camp experience to participants. Your child will enjoy exciting adventures outdoors, organized games, field trips, and tons more with a caring and responsible staff to lead the way! Week long Summer Specialty Camps are also available! Space is limited! Learn more at www.BurlingtonNC.gov/youth or call (336) 222-5030!

Additional Information:

County: Alamance
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