Day Camps

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REGISTRATION BEGINS FEBRUARY 11 FOR RESIDENTS & FEBRUARY 13 FOR NON-RESIDENTS

Day Camps are available Monday–Friday, 9 am–4 pm through the summer season. Before and after care available at an additional fee. All Campers need to bring water bottle, healthy lunch and snack, sunscreen, swim suit, towel, and tennis shoes. Each camp will have one pizza party during the week. Swimming at Troy Family Aquatic Center on warm days and at Troy Community Center on cooler days. 

Registration fees for all camps include supervision, camp shirt, and entry fees. Before and after care available separately. Registration deadline is 4 pm Friday before the camp begins. Refunds and transfer requests are NOT accepted on or after the first day of camp.

Instructor Ratios are 1:8 for 5–7 year old camps and 1:10 for 8–12 year old camps. All camps take place at the Troy Community Center.

Explore the different camps below. Registration begins Tuesday, February 12 for Troy residents. 

All camps are $210 for Residents, $220 for non-residents. 

Backyard Adventure Camp
Ages 5–7

Camp will play outside or in the gym in the morning, swim in the early afternoon, and end the day with games. This camp will feature a magician, and a field trip to Bounce U, AirTime, LegoLand, or Michigan Science Center. 


Fun with Water Camp
Ages 5–7
This camp will focus on having fun with water, plus gym time, outside games, crafts, swimming, and field trips. This camp will feature a trip to the Warren Community Center and the Sea Life Michigan Aquarium at Great Lakes Crossing or Waterford Oaks Waterpark. 


Summer Blast CampAges 8–12
This camp will focus on getting physical activity. Gym time, swimming, races, games will all keep your child on the move. This camp will feature two trips to one of the following: CJ Barrymore’s, the Detroit Zoo, Adventure Park at West Bloomfield, AirTime, Belle Isle Nature Center, or Michigan Science Center 


Aquatic Warriors CampAges 8–12
This camp will focus on water safety and fun, gym time, outside games, crafts, and safety presentations will take place in the morning with swimming every afternoon. This camp will feature a trip to one of the following: Red Oaks, Waterford Oaks Waterpark, Jump Island Brighton, or the Warren Community Center 

Animal Adventure Camp
Ages 5–7
Camp will do animal themed crafts and play games in the gym or outside in the morning, swim four days in the early afternoon, and end the day with games. This camp will feature Dan the Creature Man, and a field trip to the Detroit Zoo or Belle Isle Nature Center. 

 
Challenger Camp
Ages 8–12
This camp will focus on team building and competition. This camp will feature two field trips. Options are Adventure Park at West Bloomfield or Oakland University, CJ Barrymores, Jimmy John’s Field, or Airtime.