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Georgetown Parks & Recreation

Camps

Four girls wearing purple Camp Goodwater shirts

Standards of Care
The programs operated by the City of Georgetown Parks and Recreation are recreational in nature and are not state-licensed child care programs. Summer camp programs are governed by the City of Georgetown, as required by the Texas Human Resources Code, Section 42.041 (b) (14).

Standards of Care for Youth Recreation Programs Summary

Signed Standards of Care Ordinance


 

2021 Summer Camps

COVID-19 Program Protocols

Program Cancellation and Withdrawal Policy

Registration Fees and Agreement

A parent or legal guardian must complete a Summer Camp Liability and Payment Agreement Form for each child registered.

Please note that payment plans are not supported for online enrollment at this time. If registering online, payment in full will be required. If you would like to set up a payment plan, please register in person or over the phone.

  • Pay in Full: Registration and payment must be completed for each child separately.
  • Payment Plan: You may set up a payment plan for camp fees. Auto draft is required; the balance for each week will be auto drafted according to the payment schedule below. Failure to meet the payment deadline will result in participant being withdrawn from summer camp.
SUMMER CAMP LIABILITY AND PAYMENT AGREEMENT FORM

 

Camp Dates Scheduled Payment Date
June 7-11 May 31
June 14-18 June 7
June 21-25 June 14
June 28-July 2 June 21
July 6-9 June 28
July 12-16 July 5
July 19-23 July 12
July 26-30 July 19
August 2-6 July 26
August 9-13 August 2

A 20% nonrefundable deposit is due at time of registration. The remaining balance for camp must be paid in full by the Monday one week prior to the start of camp (7 days in advance of attendance). If the balance is not paid in full by the Monday one week prior to camp, your child’s spot will be forfeited to the next child on the waitlist. You will lose your reservation and your 20% deposit.

Refunds, minus the 20% nonrefundable deposit, will only be given if notice is received 7 or more days prior to the start of camp. No refund will be given with less than 7 days’ notice. Complete refunds (including deposits) will only be given for departmental cancellations. Because of staffing requirements, fees will not be prorated for partial attendance. Tuition is based on a full week.

Withdraw
If you would like to withdraw your child from camp, please fill out the Request to Withdraw/Transfer form at least 7 days prior to the start of camp. Refunds will not be given if requested with less than 7 days’ notice.

 

Day Camps

Camp Goodwater

Three young girl pose in Camp Goodwater shirts during Camp Goodwater Camp in Georgetown, TX

Camp Goodwater is a day camp for children offering a variety of traditional and non-traditional activities. Activities include swimming at the Recreation Center, playing in the park, weekly special events and virtual field trips.

Schedules will be sent out 3 days prior to camp. Camp programming is 8:45 am – 4:00 pm, with drop off beginning at 7:00 am and pick up lasting until 6:00 pm. Early drop off and late pick up is not available.

Ages: 5 (completed Kindergarten)-12
Dates: Weekly sessions, June 7-August 13 (No camp on July 5)
Hours: 7 a.m.-6 p.m.
Fee:
$155 Resident/$195 Nonresident
Location: Georgetown Recreation Center

Please make sure anyone sent to pick up your child is prepared to show a government-issued photo ID. Your child may only be picked up by persons on your authorized contact/pick up list (completed at registration.)

What to bring each day?

  • Refillable water bottle
    We will not provide individual drinking cups. Children will have access to the water bottle filling stations.
  • Lunch
    All food must be stored in the child’s lunch box/cooler bag and should not require refrigeration or heating.
    Children will not be allowed to share food with anyone but a sibling.
    Camp Goodwater will provide individually-wrapped items for morning and afternoon snacks.
  • Face mask
  • Please ensure everything you send with your child is labeled and cleaned/sanitized.
  • Each day, your child should wear closed-toe athletic shoes and comfortable clothing s/he can move freely in. Clothing may be soiled by play, arts & crafts, or other activities.
    No flip-flops or sandals, please.
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Adventure Camp

Camp Goodwater Adventure Camp

boy wearing a red helmet and paddling in a green kayak

Goodwater Adventure offers a variety of outdoor adventure activities for ages 11-12. Activities will include a horseback trail ride, the Challenge Course, kayaking, swimming, rock climbing, rappelling, fishing, and archery. Please be aware that the same activities will be offered each week. The camp will take place outdoors and is both physically and mentally challenging.

Camp programming is 9 a.m.-5 p.m. daily, with drop off from 8:30-9 a.m. and pick up from 5:00-5:30 p.m. Early drop off and late pick up is not available.

Ages: 11-12
Dates: Weekly sessions, June 7-July 16 (No camp on July 5-9)
Hours: 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Fee:
$225 Resident/$280 Nonresident

What to bring each day?

    • Backpack
    • 2 quart size water bottles with screw on tops (No spouts)
    • Sack lunch
    • Face mask
    • Sunglasses
    • Eyeware retainer like chums or croakies
    • Sunscreen (SPF 30 or more, water resistant)
    • Hat for sun
    • Swimsuit
    • Towel
    • Water shirt
    • Water shoes (not flip flops)
    • Please ensure everything you send with your child is labeled and cleaned/sanitized.
    • Each day, your child should wear closed-toe athletic shoes and comfortable clothing s/he can move freely in.
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Sports Camps

Soccer Camp

Manchester School of Soccer Logo

Presented by Manchester School of Soccer, learn new skills, score goals and have some soccer fun with our highly qualified coaches!

Monday: Skills, turns and small sided games
Tuesday: Passing, first touch, aerial ball control (Soccer Tennis tournament)
Wednesday: World Cup Wednesday (Team Tournaments)
Thursday: Finishing Thursday, shooting and attack vs defense

Ages: 6-16
Dates: June 14-17
Hours: 9 a.m.-noon
Fee:
$200 Resident/$250 Nonresident
Location: Georgetown Recreation Center

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Beginner Volleyball Skills Camp

Volleyball hitting a net

Beginner Volleyball Skills Camp is designed for those with no volleyball experience or those who have played in the Georgetown Recreation Center volleyball league for three seasons or less. Participants will learn and practice all the basic skills and play games that will improve the understanding and flow of the game.

Ages: 8-12
Dates: June 7-11
Hours: 9 a.m.-noon
Fee:
$100 Resident/$125 Nonresident
Location: Georgetown Recreation Center

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Intermediate Volleyball Skills Camp

Volleyball hitting a net

This clinic is for girls interested in playing in middle school. For this camp, you should have some experience having attended camps, clinics, played at least two seasons in the Recreation Center league or some other league. If you have played one year of middle school, this camp is for you too! This is a skills camp where you will learn basic skills in addition to defense and serve/receive to prepare you for middle school volleyball.

Ages: 10-14
Dates: June 21-25
Hours: 9 a.m.-noon
Fee:
$100 Resident/$125 Nonresident
Location: Georgetown Recreation Center

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Track & Field Camp

Kid running on a track

Turn-Fit Academy’s Track & Field programs combine technical development, proper running mechanics, form and techniques, with safety as our major focus. Campers will have fun while learning the art of track and field, long-distance running, along with race walking! Using special equipment, athletes learn the fundamentals of body positioning, stride, stretching & cool-down. As we say here at Turn-Fit Academy, it’s not solely about how well you start, but rather, more about how strong you finish!

Ages: 7-13
Dates: June 7-10
Hours: 9 a.m.-noon
Fee:
$140 Resident/$175 Nonresident
Location: Georgetown Recreation Center

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Athletic Skills Camp

Group of kids running on a grass field

This athletic-based camp consists of developing life skills, such as competition, teamwork, work ethic and confidence. The athletic components will encompass speed, mobility, explosion, footwork/coordination, balance, and overall functional strength.

Ages: 6-19
Dates: July 19-23
Hours: ages 6-13 (9 a.m.-noon), ages 14-19 (3-6 p.m.)
Fee:
$105 Resident/$130 Nonresident
Location: Georgetown Recreation Center

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Brandy Perryman Shooting Camp

BPSC is a 4-day shooting intense basketball camp which includes 32 hours of instruction, which is approximately the same amount of time as a month of practice in Middle School, or a full season of a youth league. Daily team competitions are the highlight of the week, allowing kids to be a part of a team with no pressure and to have fun. An average camper shoots over 1,000 shots over 4 days at BPSC.

Please register at: bperrymanshootingcamp.com.

Ages: 7-16
Dates: June 14-17
Hours: 8:45 a.m.-4:45 p.m.
Fee:
$235 Resident/Nonresident (through May 31)
$260 Resident/Nonresident starting June 1
Location: Georgetown Recreation Center

Tennis Camps

Tennis Camp

Two girls smile while sitting with their tennis racquets in front of them

Led by Head Tennis Pro Pete Polkinghorn, Summer Tennis Camp will consist of morning stroke instruction, tennis drills, court games, and match play. Afternoon activities will continue with tennis games, arts and crafts, and traditional camp activities. Camp program time will be 8:00 am – 3:00 pm. Supervised quiet games will be offered before and after camp program time.

Ages: 7-12
Dates: Weekly sessions, June 7-August 13 (No camp on June 21-25 or July 5)
Hours: 7:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m.
Fee:
$155 Resident/$195 Nonresident
Location: Georgetown Tennis Center

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Enrichment Camps

Extreme Lego Maker

ESTEAM Learning Labs Logo

Campers will experience several exciting activities over the course of the week-long session. Every skill level, ranging from beginner to super geek, will need to fire up their brains and prepare to work in cooperative engineering teams. The Maker camp includes the following: Coding Challenges, LEGO Master Builders, Simple Machines, Movie Making, LEGO Mosaic art, LEGO Ev3, NXT and WeDo Robotics systems.

Register at esteamlearninglabs.com.

Ages: 5-15
Dates: June 1-4
Hours: 1-4 p.m.
Fee:
$198 Resident/Nonresident
Location: Parks & Recreation Community Room

Lego Movie Making

ESTEAM Learning Labs Logo

Kids work in pairs to create a short story, draw it out, and build it with LEGOS, and then they bring it to life on film. Each session students will choose from THEMED LEGO KITS from MINECRAFT to SUPERHEROES (and more) and using those kits, create their very own movie, complete with sound effects & even music. A copy of all projects will be provided via a screening link from the 4Reelz YouTube page for screening purposes.

Register at esteamlearninglabs.com.

Ages: 6-14
Dates: June 14-18
Hours: 1-4 p.m.
Fee:
$198 Resident/Nonresident
Location: Parks & Recreation Community Room

Lego Battle Bots

ESTEAM Learning Labs Logo

Students will build robots, simple machines, LEGO® Brick creations and l earn about science concepts all while having fun. They will be challenged with the L EGO® Mindstorms NXT robotics program & EV3 Construction Kits where they will build and program their own BATTLE BOTS!

Register at esteamlearninglabs.com.

Ages: 6-14
Dates: July 6-9
Hours: 1-4 p.m.
Fee:
$198 Resident/Nonresident
Location: Parks & Recreation Community Room

Comic Book Creation

ESTEAM Learning Labs Logo

Join our talented team of Graphic Artists, Card Game Enthusiast, & Comic Book Gurus to create your very own Heroes of Legend! This class will explore the history and l ore of traditional comic books and card games. The students will create and develop a Comic Book or Card Game Hero and tell their unique story. Each student will learn how to write, draw and illustrate their stories to share with the world.

Register at esteamlearninglabs.com.

Ages: 9-14
Dates: July 26-30
Hours: 1-4 p.m.
Fee:
$198 Resident/Nonresident
Location: Parks & Recreation Community Room

U-Tubers Unite

ESTEAM Learning Labs Logo

Students will spend this 1 Week Camp Series filming run-and-gun style, capturing the events, activities, and people around them. Once the footage has been captured, students will work together to edit and deliver the footage in an exciting show format that excites and captivates their audience. Any up and coming Youtuber will love this crash course in content creation! Final projects will be available for screening via YouTube Channel.

Register at esteamlearninglabs.com.

Ages: 9-14
Dates: August 2-6
Hours: 1-4 p.m.
Fee:
$198 Resident/Nonresident
Location: Parks & Recreation Community Room

Hip Hop Dance Camp

Hip Hop Dance Camp

Through fun movement and positive curriculum, your young dancer will improve skills and learn the choreography for the group routine, to be performed for the families on the last day!

Please wear comfortable clothing or dance wear that allows free movement and closed-toe athletic shoes. No jewelry other than stud earrings – no rings, necklaces, or bracelets. All hairstyles, hats / wraps are welcome. Bring a water bottle and snack each day.

Ages: 8-14
Dates: June 21-25
Hours: 9 – noon
Fee:
$100 Resident/$125 Nonresident
Location: Georgetown Recreation Center

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Star Steppers Twirl Camp

Lightfoot DanceFIT Star Steppers logo

Begin to learn / practice the fundamentals of baton twirling: hand/arm motions, form, dance, and music. Coaching is both fun and encouraging, and first baton is included! Campers will perform for the families on the last day.

* Participants new to Star Steppers will receive a free custom-fit baton to keep! In order to get your child’s baton, you must register before June 28 so the instructor can take her/his measurements and place the order in time for camp. *

Please wear fitted clothing such as a leotard or dance/athletic wear and closed-toe sneakers or dance shoes. No jewelry other than stud earrings – no rings, necklaces, or bracelets as these will impede twirling.  Hair should be pulled back in a bun or ponytail. Bring a water bottle and snack each day.

Ages: 8-14
Dates: July 12-16
Hours: 9-noon
Fee:
$100 Resident/$125 Nonresident
Location: Georgetown Recreation Center

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Adaptive Camps

Adaptive Camps

Led by experienced staff, our Adaptive Camps are designed for those with cognitive and developmental disabilities and autism spectrum disorders. Focus will be on providing a safe, social environment productive of building social and communication skills for all campers. Campers must attend Georgetown ISD schools to register.

Offered in partnership with the Exceptional Georgetown Alliance.

A limited number of scholarships are available for Adaptive Camps. The application deadline is Tuesday, April 6. Applications may be turned in at the Georgetown Recreation Center or emailed to exceptionalgeorgetown@gmail.com. For questions about the scholarship, please contact Dede Harper at 512-517-2599.

2021 Adaptive Camps Scholarship Application

LET’S MAKE FRIENDS
Ages 5 (completed Kindergarten)-12

CIRCLE OF FRIENDS
Ages 13-23 (Bridges)

Dates: Weekly Sessions, Monday-Thursday
June 14-18, June 21-24 , July 6-9* , July 12-15
*July 6-9 will be Tuesday-Friday due to the Monday observed holiday.
Hours: 8 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Fee: $135 Resident / $170 Nonresident
Location:  Williams Elementary, 4101 Southwestern Blvd., Georgetown, TX 78626

Registration opens at 8 a.m. on April 12 for Georgetown residents and 8 a.m. on  April 13 for nonresidents.

In addition to the Summer Camp Liability and Payment Agreement, please fill out this supplemental form along with your camp registration.

REGISTER