Follow Me Robot joins lineup of Worcester County Recreation & Parks Summer Camps

Worcester County Recreation & Parks (WCRP) staff are gearing up for the 2016 recreational and sports summer camp season and will deliver eight weeks of action-packed camps at the Worcester County Recreation Center (WCRC) in Snow Hill and other county locations. Most camps are open to school-age children entering grades 1 through 8. 

New this summer, a Follow Me Robot Camp, open to youth ages 7-12, will take place at the WCRC in conjunction with Sciensational Workshops for Kids Inc. Children will build their very own robots to take home and keep. 

Baseball camp is open to children ages 6 to 16. Lacrosse camp is open to boys, grades 5-12, and the new Follow Me Robot Camp is open to children ages 7 - 12.
WCRP will offer traditional sport camps that teach fundamental skills in basketball, soccer, tennis, flag football, field hockey, and track. Participants will take part in daily drills, modified games, and full games. 

For children who cannot choose just one sport, WCRP offers sports combo camps and recreation sports camps that will cover a wide range of traditional and non-traditional sports.  Sports combo camps include traditional sports, such as basketball, soccer, volleyball, and whiffle ball, as well as additional activities, such as badminton and ping pong. Recreation sports camps will offer a variety of games, such as ultimate frisbee, dodgeball, and kickball.

Outdoors Adventure camp and Theme Week camp will also return this summer. The Outdoor Adventure camp will allow participants to explore what our grounds have to offer and take part in different nature games, art projects, and scavenger hunts. During Theme Week camp, participants will experience a different theme and related activities.

For camps held at the WCRC, Early Bird, Sunset, and both half-day and full-day camps are available to fit a variety of busy family schedules.