Summer camp registration for Ann Arbor Parks & Recreation begins on Monday

ANN ARBOR, me. – On Monday, the city of Ann Arbor will open registration for summer camps in the Argo and Gallup canoe finishes, at the Buhr Park Pool and on the Huron Hills Golf Course.

Camps begin in June and are hosted by Ann Arbor Parks & Recreation.

To ensure the safety of campers, each state-licensed camp adheres to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Policies, recommendations and government regulations. This is according to an email sent from the city of Ann Arbor on Friday.

“Employees are working with the state of Michigan and Washtenaw Counties to best understand the regulations and offer and implement safe and engaging camp experiences,” the email read.

Registration starts on Monday at 12 noon.

Parents are encouraged to update their online CivicRec accounts before Monday to streamline the registration process.

Find out more about the camps here or register at


Up to 70 campers can register for five-day sessions between June 14th and September 3rd

The last two camp sessions depend on the back-of-school days of the Ann Arbor Public School year, according to Parks & Rec.

The campers are divided into small groups and stay with the group and the same staff during their meetings. You must wear masks except in the pool. Before 2:30 p.m., only campers can use the pool, in which new UV filters have been installed for hygienic reasons.

Storage times: Monday to Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Camp Fees: residents $ 210; non-resident $ 255.

Buhr Park Pool is located at 2751 Packard Road.

Campers interested in boating and fishing can experience the Ann Arbor waterways in five-day sessions between June 14th and August 27th.

Reduced capacity camps are held in areas near the Gallup Park livery. According to Parks & Rec, campers must wear masks at all times, except on boats.


This camp is for young community members who have completed second through fifth grades.

Storage times: Monday to Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Camp Fees: residents $ 282; non-resident $ 342

Gallup Park Livery is located at 3000 Fuller Road.

Members of the teenage community can spend the day exploring parts of the Huron River. Activities include kayaking, canoeing, stand up paddleboarding, tubing, fishing, geocaching, and disc golf in the areas adjacent to the Argo livery.

Reduced capacity camps run from June 14th to August 20th and are intended for campers who have completed grades 6 to 8.

A “Just for Girls” session of the camp will take place from July 12th to 16th.

Storage times: Monday to Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Camp Fees: residents $ 260; non resident $ 320

The Argo River Livery is located at 1055 Longshore Drive.

Young golfers ages 8-15 can attend two-week junior golf camps at the Huron Hills Golf Course. According to Parks & Rec, beginners and advanced players learn the basics of golf and the spirit of sport.


The camp sessions take place from June 12th to September 2nd. Parks & Rec hosts three two-hour sessions on each camp day.

As part of their camp, campers receive a golf program t-shirt, a Miles of Golf Range card, a free round of golf in Huron Hills and a discount voucher in the golf course’s pro shop. You will also need to wear a mask for the duration of the camp.

Storage times: Monday to Thursday from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. 1-3 o’clock

Camp Fees: $ 160 per two-week session

The Huron Hills Golf Course is located at 3465 E. Huron River Dr.

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