Day Camps

Our camps are stimulating, power-packed programs filled with engaging activities for children of various ages.

Pocket Camps

Spring Camp (March 22-26 & March 29-April 2)

Spring Pocket Camps have themed weeks, games, arts/crafts, outdoor activities, special events and more. Let your kids take a break from screens!

Location: Veterans Memorial Building

Dates: March 22nd-26th & March 29th-April 2nd

Time: 10:00am – 3:00pm

Cost: $104 (Resident) and $115 (Non-resident) per week

Ages: 1st-6th grades

  • Camp will consist of 10 to 12 children and one staff member per room, for 5 hours per day, with no interaction with other camps within the facility.
  • It is a requirement for staff and participants to wear masks.
  • Campers must bring snacks, lunch and water.
  • Daily check in and out will occur at the grass field by the horseshoe parking lot and will include a temperature and wellness check. 
  • Participants and parents will receive the parent handbook digitally.
  • You may sign your child up with friends by choosing the same age group and room name. Siblings and members of the same household must register in the same camp group regardless of age. All camp weeks must be paid in full, no deposits will be allowed. No refunds will be allowed unless camp is cancelled by the PRCS Department.

Please remember as we head into uncharted territory that space will be limited both in physical room area and in amount of participants

 

COVID-19 Changes to Camp

Some changes have been made to our camps program during these unprecedented times to ensure our participants, parents, and staff stay safe and healthy:

  • Camp will consist of 8 to 12 children and one staff member per room, for 6 hours per day, with no interaction with other camps within the facility.
  • It is a requirement for staff and participants to wear masks.
  • Siblings and members of the same household must register in the same Pocket Camp regardless of age. (You are able to sign your child up with siblings and/or friends by choosing the same age group and room color.)
  • Snacks and lunch will not be included and should be supplied for each child.
  • Daily check in and out will occur at the grass field by the horseshoe parking lot and will include a temperature and wellness check.

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COVID-19 Questions

Will my child be required to wear a mask?

Yes. It is a requirement that all staff and participants wear masks.

Are siblings separated because of age?

No, siblings and members of the same household must register in the same pocket camp regardless of age.

Will camp have the same counselors as previous years?

There will be many familiar faces, but there will also be a few new counselors.

What cleaning/sanitizing protocol is in place?

We have a cleaning company that cleans every morning and evening. In addition, we have dedicated staff scheduled to clean and sanitize high touch areas (i.e. door knobs, chairs, tables, restrooms, etc.) throughout the facility.

Are the participants allowed to share equipment/supplies?

No, activities, games, and crafts are designed for social distancing.

If the COVID-19 numbers keep rising will you cancel camp?

This is out of our control. If based on Los Angeles County Public Health Department regulations it is recommended to close, we will close. If that happens participants will receive refunds on a prorated basis depending on the days they attended camp.

 

FAQs

How do I register?

Currently registration is online only. For instructions on how to register online please visit the Recreational Activities page.

Do you prorate?

We only prorate for federal holidays that fall within the week camp is offered.

If I register for one week, can I put down deposits for future weeks?

No, all weeks must be paid in full.

How much outdoor activity will campers have?

Staff schedules activities to be outside 70% of the time.  This may vary depending on the weather.

Why is the Teen Center parking lot closed?

For safety of our campers. The area is used for various activities. 

How long after camps ends are Lost & Found items kept?

Lost & Found items are kept for two weeks after camp ends. The unclaimed items are then donated to the Salvation Army.  

 

 

 

SKATESIDE

Spring Camp (March 22-26) WAITLISTED

Skateboard skill focused camp that brings you everything you love about skateboarding. Learn how to shred the Culver City Skate Park and learn basic skateboard skills or take your skills to the next level. Half-day students will do group instruction in the morning.

Location: Culver City Skate Park

Dates: March 22nd-26th

Time: 9:00am – 12:00pm

Cost: $411 (Resident) and $422 (Non-resident) per week

Ages: 5-15 years old

COVID-19 Policies

A mask is mandatory for all students to participate in camp.

We follow Los Angeles County social distancing policy and mask wearing guidance. 

During Covid-19 only our students are allowed to use the skate park. The park will be closed to the public. Our staff is not allowed to enforce this park rule on the public, but they can inform them and report if someone from the public is not following the park rules.

Equipment

All safety equipment is mandatory. This includes wrist guards, knee pads, elbow pads and helmet.

Rental equipment is not available at the moment due to COVID-19.

You can purchase equipment at least 48 hrs ahead of time to have it delivered the day of class. Link to our store: https://www.theskateside.com/store

 

Cancellation, Refund & Make Up Policies

A cancellation request must be submitted to info.recreation@culvercity.org. Failure to notify in 48 hours before the after school program starts results in the total amount of the registration fee being non-refundable.

There is a STRICT NO REFUND POLICY. There are no refunds for injury as injury is a known risk of skateboarding even with instruction and safety gear. There are no refunds for behavioral issues, students don't want to be in the program, vulgar language, bullying, unsafe behavior, refusing to wear safety gear, or student becomes sick/ill, etc.

There are NO make up options available. A missed day is a forfeited day.

 

Pick Up Policy

Staff will begin calling parents promptly at pick up time, when students are passed their pick up time.

If there is an emergency holding you up, please call (424) 258-5877 and leave a voicemail if no-one is available to pick up your call.