ummer Camps Welcome to Raleigh Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources We are so excited you are here! Step 1: Choose the proper age category. Preschool – Typically for ages 3-5 Youth – Typically for ages 6-12 Teen – Typically for ages 12-17 Step 4: Visit the camp location to ensure that you and your camper are comfortable. Step 3: Read the camp description for your top choices. Be sure to look for activities your camper will enjoy. Ask yourself: Does the camp require special skills? Is the camp mostly indoors or outdoors? Does the camp require a lot of physical activity or walking? Does the camp include field trips or swimming? Is the camp location convenient for you? Do the camp hours accommodate your schedule? Please call the camp contact or use the Summer Camp Locations list for specific information regarding the camp. How to choose the camp that is best for your camper: Step 2: Choose the type of camp. Traditional Summer Camps – provide campers with an experience incorporating a wide variety of activities that may include games, songs, and arts/crafts. Specialty Summer Camps – provide campers with activities centered around a particular theme or focus. Specialized Recreation Summer Camps – are specifically designed for individuals with developmental disabilities. Please see Summer Camp Locations and Map on pages 38 and 39. Online Registration will begin March 5, 2018 Walk-in Walk-in registration begins March 26, 2018. Registration forms will be available online and at the Recreation Business Office.