Camp Miamisburg Summer Camps

The City of Miamisburg is excited to present the 2021 summer camp series. While day camps where not held in 2020, staff are working very hard to design safe and engaging camps for children this summer.

Each camp will provide its own fun, excitement and adventure that will create lifelong memories for children during their summer break.

Camps will be offered for children ages 3-15. All camps are during the day and each week will introduce a new theme for games, activities and more.

Camp Miamisburg 2021

Camp Registration

To register for any of our 2021 Summer Camps, click the link below. To find each activity code either visit the 2021 Camp Miamisburg link or pick up a Camp Miamisburg Magazine.

Register Here!

For all 2021 Summer Camps descriptions and information, visit the link below or pick up a physical copy at the Miamisburg Community Center front desk!

2020 Camp Miamisburg

Nature Awaits us this summer! Join us as we venture into the wild and explore all things outdoors! Campers will become Art rangers, go on a Safari Adventure and more at Camp Nova and Orion. We also offer over 20 Specialty Camps as well. Register now and have the best summer yet!

 

FAQs

 

Question: What will my camper need to bring?

Answer:

  • Backpack
  • Packed lunch + a snack for the afternoon
  • Water bottle
  • Sunscreen, bug spray
  • A positive attitude

Swim Days Only

  • Swim gear & towel

Question: What should my camper wear?

Answer:

  • Comfortable, casual clothing (loose shirts and shorts), that can get dirty.
  • Closed-toe shoes; we recommend athletic shoes with socks; no clogs or any shoes with a heel, flip flops (at the pool only) or sandals. Many activities are outdoors, and some types of footwear are not made for the outdoor terrain.  We will be very active, and we want all children to participate.
  • Your child(ren) will be given a camp shirt, these must be worn on Fieldtrip Days.

Question: How can I reach my child if they can’t have a phone?

Answer: Due to nature of the disruption, children will not be allowed to use their phone during the day. Parents will be contacted by our camp staff in an emergency, illness or for behavior reasons. Camp Coordinators will have a City-issued cell phone parents can call or text in case of an emergency during the day.

Question: Can my camper bring their medication?

Answer: If your child needs any medications dispensed throughout the course of the day including Tylenol or Advil, it must be kept with the Camp Staff.  The Medical Waiver and Release section of the Participant Information Form must be completed with specific instructions on administering the medication.  Medication cannot be dispensed without completion of the Participant Information Form.  Please personally deliver all medications to camp staff directly.  All medicine will be dispersed by Camp Staff.

Question: Where do I drop off/pick up my camper?

Answer: Parents are asked to accompany their children to the appropriate location and sign them in each morning.   Parents need to sign children out when picking them up from camp and provide a Driver’s License or Valid ID. The only adults authorized to pick up a child are those adults listed on the child’s medical form.  This sign-in/sign-out process is for the safety and accountability of your child.  All children must be picked up by designated times, otherwise a $5 fee will be charged for every 5 minutes. If a fee is assessed, children will not be able to return to camp until this late fee has been paid through the Parks and Recreation office.

 

Important Forms

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2021 Parent Manual

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2021 Medical Form Link

 

Accommodation Process

Individuals with disabilities are encouraged to sign up with our general camps and programs. Applicants will need to complete our Special Needs Accommodation Process with the link below and must be submitted at least 2 weeks prior to the program start date.

2020 Accommodation Process Link <

 

Testimonials

Camp Nova

“Your camps are wonderful. Your staff is phenomenal. My son was 6 yrs old, and he bonded with so many of them. They make it truly memorable and he is excited to go (unlike school). Thank you to all for making this a terrific experience for him and one he wants to return to this summer.”

 

 

Camp Orion

“My son absolutely loved attending camp Orion. The counselors were wonderful and I truly appreciate all their hard work in making each week fun. We are so lucky to live in a city that provides such a great program with dedicated staff and we will definitely be registering again next summer. “

 

 

Harry Potter Camp & Tai Kwon Do Camp

“Overall, this year my son enjoyed each camp that he went to, especially Harry Potter camp and Wizarding Tai Kwon Do. Each day he was so excited to tell us all the fun things he did, and said they were the best camps he had ever attended! Thank you!”