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Summer Day Camps

Each week campers ages, 5-11 years old, will create lasting memories as we offer diverse recreational experiences while promoting FUN! From swimming, arts and crafts, gym games, team building, field trips and more, our counselors help campers develop new skills and friendships.

Camps begin at 9 a.m., with optional early drop-off at 7:30 a.m. with supervised open play until camp begins at 9 a.m. Structured camp activities end at 4:00 p.m. Children leave by 6 p.m. Late fees apply after 6 p.m.

When to Register: Residents (living within town limits of Chapel Hill or inside Orange County) may register at 8:30 a.m. on February 5; Non-residents may register February 12, at 8:30 a.m.

How to Register: Online, Walk-In, and Mail-in are all ways you can register. See our FAQ's below for details on each.

Other themed camps

In addition to our full day summer camps, we offer a variety of partial day themed camps for ages 5-17 years old, including:

  • Clay Studio Arts
  • Indoor and Outdoor Adventure
  • Computer 3D & Video Game Design
  • S.T.E.M. (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math)
  • Sports Camps such as Ultimate Frisbee, Volleyball, Flag football, Basketball, Tennis, Lacrosse, and College Days
  • Read to Achieve Afternoon Camp (CHCCS summer program enrollment a prerequisite: See FAQs below for Read to Achieve)

To see our listings and descriptions of All our camps, click Summer Camps

You may also be interested in our Spring Break Camps offered March 25-29, 2019.

 Five ways we are simplifying Camp Registration!

1. Minimum deposit of only $10 for full day camps. Our full day camps require an easy to pay $10 deposit to reserve a space. All our other camps require payment in full to register.

2. Search and enroll by Age (Your child's age as of August 31, 2018.). We are registering by age and not grade for DAY CAMPS. Community Center & Hargraves are ages 5 – 11 years old, and Teen Camp* is ages 12-13 years old. *There is an exception that youth currently in 6th grade and only 11 years old, will be permitted to enroll in Teen Camp.

3. Camp Cancellation Refunds are ONLY available if you notify us and cancel no less than 14 days in advance to the start of camp. Please notify us as soon as possible, so others on our wait list can participate. If you qualify for a fee reduction, and fail to notify us or cancel 14 days in advance, this may impact your eligibility for a fee reduction in the future.

4. Queue-it, a virtual waiting room software has been arranged for our online customers for the first day of registration on February 5, in order to minimize any temporary delays and web site overloads.

5. For complete instructions, see our Frequently Asked Questions below or download a copy of 
    Frequently Asked Questions or Preguntas Frequentes Sobre El Campamento or Read to Achieve Afternoon Camp FAQS  

Please join us for a Summer Camp Kick Off at the following days, times, and locations.

Teen Camp:                Wednesday, June 5   6:30 p.m.           The Corner Teen Center, 179 E. Franklin Street (under the Post Office)
Hargraves Center:      Thursday, June 6       6:30 p.m.           Hargraves Center, 216 North Roberson Street
Community Center:     Saturday, June 8      11:00 a.m.          Chapel Hill Community Center, 120 South Estes Drive

  • 1. Camp Registration and Wait Lists

    • 1. How do I register my child for summer camp?

    • 2. My child is on the wait list. How does that work?

  • 1b. Read to Achieve Afternoon Camp

    • 1. When can I register my child for Read to Achieve Afternoon Camp?

  • 2. Camp Payments

    • 1. What is a fee reduction and how do I apply for one?

    • 2. What is the minimum payment due for camp?

    • 3. When is my balance due?

    • 4. What should I do if I cannot pay my balance?

  • 3. Camp Inclusion and Support

    • 1. My child may need special support during camp. How do I request that?

    • 2. My child has A.D.D., can you provide inclusion support?

  • 4. Camp Attendance (Missing a Day)

    • 1. What should I do if my child will miss a day of camp?

    • 2. What should I do if my child cannot attend an entire camp session?

    • 3. Will I get a refund if I cancel my child from a camp session

    • 4. What should I do if my child will be attending summer school?

  • 5. Camp Attendance (Cancellations)

    • 1. My child cannot attend camp. How do I cancel?

    • 2. Will I get a refund if I cancel my child from a camp session?

  • 6. Camp: Taking Medications at Camp

    • 1. My child takes medication during the day, what should I do?

    • 2. My child takes over the counter medication periodically. What do I do?

  • 7. Camp: What should my child bring ant not bring to camp?

    • 1. What should my child bring to camp each day?

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