Glendale Heights Parks, Recreation & Facilities - PATH Summer Camps
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PATH Summer Camps

PATH stands for Play at the Hub. We invite all area residents and community children to participate in youth recreation programs designed to foster knowledge, creativity, physical stamina, and character in the Village’s after school, summer camp, and day off programs. We work closely with area schools to provide programs that complement schedules and curricula while providing participants with a nurturing, yet engaging, place to play.  All camp participants need a snack, lunch and swimming gear each day.

2018 PATH Summer Camp Information is posted but is subject to change as planning continues through May.

The 2017 Summer Theme is “Road Trip: Illinois!” The road that we will travel might not lead to a single destination, but if we can look back on the trip and smile, then it was worth it. PATH Summer Camps will be inspired by the major cities of Illinois with different weekly themes like Abe Nation, County Fair, Chicago sport teams, Route 66, beach fun and more.



*Subject to Change, Last Updated 2/28/18

PATH Summer Camps: Let’s Explore!
PATH stands for Play at the Hub. We invite all area residents and community children to participate in youth recreation programs designed to foster knowledge, creativity, physical stamina, and character in the Village’s after school, summer camp, and day off programs. We work closely with area schools to provide programs that complement schedules and curricula while providing participants with a nurturing, yet engaging, place to play.  All camp participants need a snack, lunch and swimming gear each day.

The 2018 Summer Theme is “Let’s Explore.” Each week campers will get their passport stamped and explore new cultures from different cities that includes music, sports, foods, and much more.

Camp Kinie: Camp Machu Picchu
(Ages 4-5 Entering Kindergarten in September 2018)
Let's go to Camp Kinie! This camp is perfect for our youngest campers who are not quite old enough for regular summer camp. We invite your preschool aged children to get out of the house and into a program that will help build a foundation for school in a fun and nurturing environment. Campers will make new friends and memories that will last a lifetime. Fee includes 30-minute swim lesson four (4) days a week, weather permitting.  

PATH Summer Camps
(Entering Grades 1-6 in September 2018)
This summer camp provides participants a way to stay busy with art projects, athletic activities, and field trips. Camp counselors plan art and physical activities all summer long. Camp includes a 30 minute swimming lesson Monday through Thursday, weather permitting. Field trips are usually on Friday.
Participants will enjoy age-appropriate activities for children.  Participants should enroll in the camp that corresponds to the grades they will enter in 2018:

1-2: Camp Taj Mahal
3-4: Camp Pyramids of Giza
5-6: Camp Babylon

Camp runs Monday through Friday.  We do not enroll less than five days (except four (4) days week of Fourth of July).

Enroll weekly from June 4th through August 13th.  Camp fees are per week.

Camp Hours:  7:00 am to 5:00 pm.
Extended Care Available from 5:00 pm to 6:30 pm for an additional $40 per week.

FEES
Glendale Heights Resident: $140 per week
School District (15, 16) Non-Resident:  $150 per week
Non-Resident: $160 per week


CAMP FEES are not prorated.  There is no daily rate available as we hope participants will capitalize on the fun and experience of the week-long program.

Camp Olympus
(Entering grades 7-9 in September 2018)
Participants develop leadership and social skills in our camp designed to foster self-discovery and multicultural understanding.  Participants will focus on responsibilities such as leading camp activities, job shadowing, and service projects.

FEES
Glendale Heights Resident: $100 per week
School District (15, 16) Non-Resident:  $110 per week
Non-Resident: $12 per week


PATH is the proud recipient of the 2014 Illinois Parks and Recreation Association (IPRA) Outstanding On-going Program Award!

Registration Forms can be picked up at the Sports Hub.    Participants much register weekly; however, the registration packet only needs to be completed the first week your child attends.

Questions regarding camp or becoming a camp counselor can be directed to Recreation Supervisor, Betsy Guerrero.
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