2024 Summer Camp Blog

Summer Camps 2024: There’s Still Time To Sign Up!

Specialty camps are enrolling now! Here’s the most up-to-date info.


February 28, 2024


You’re Not Too Late!

Did you know you can still register for summer camps if you haven’t already? Read on below to see the programs with spaces left, then click the link to register!


Specialty Camps With Availability:



Baseball Camp

Ages 6-12  | Weekdays 7/15 – 7/19, 9am – 12pm

This camp will help young players improve their hitting, throwing, base running and fielding skills while keeping them moving and excited to play baseball. Great for younger players new to the game and more experienced Little Leaguers.

Champlainship Ultimate Camp – High School Ultimate

Ages 14 – 17 | Weekdays 6/17 – 6/21, 9am – 3pm

This camp is for players coming off of a spring season who want to grow their knowledge and skills. Along with throws, defense, cutting, and Spirit of the Game, Champlainship will teach players to fine-tune field sense and to win the “Battle of the Intangibles”.

Ultimate Camp

Ages 10 – 15 | Weekdays 6/17 – 6/21, 1pm – 4pm

Players will participate in numerous games to develop disc fundamentals and athletic sportsmanship overwinning-at-all-costs. Great for new and experienced players.

Intermediate/Advanced Volleyball Camp

Ages 11 – 18 | Weekdays 6/24 – 6/28, 12:30pm – 3:30pm

Alongside warmups and partner drills, players will learn more advanced skills like positioning on the court, blocking and digging. This is a great opportunity for varsity athletes to get practices in before the school season.

Beginner Volleyball Camp

Ages 11 – 15 | Weekdays 6/24 – 6/28, 9am – 12pm

Players will learn essential skills like serving, passing, setting and hitting. Newcomers and those with some basic levels of experience in volleyball (1 – 2 years) are welcome.

VT Voltage Soccer Camp

Ages 7 – 14 | Weekdays 7/1 – 7/3 & 8/5 – 8/9 (2 Sessions), Full & Half Days

Players will learn both the fundamentals and sophisticated techniques of soccer, on a personalized individual level along with various forms of group instruction.

Mini Volts Soccer

Ages 4 – 6 | Monday, 7/1 – Wednesday, 7/3, 8:30am – 12pm

Mini Volts will introduce participants to soccer through skill building in various areas such as coordination, flexibility, learning healthy habits, gross motor skills, sportsmanship, and becoming good role models. Children will play fun games and learn the rules of soccer. All participants get a soccer ball and a t-shirt.

Soccer Sparks Camp

Ages 7 – 12 |Weekdays 7/22 – 7/26, 9am – 12pm

This camp will teach participants both the fundamentals and more advanced skills of soccer. Participants will learn through fun and challenging games, reinforcing the idea that youth sports are a ‘developmental zone’ with lessons and skills lasting a lifetime.

Disc Golf Camp

Ages 8 – 15 | Weekdays 7/8 – 7/12, 9am – 12pm

Campers will learn and practice all aspects of the game of disc golf, including stretching, putting, driving, approaching, sidearms, backhands, and rollers. Campers will also learn about technique, disc types, etiquette, growth of the sport and Vermont disc golf leagues, clubs and events.

Maven Skate Camp

Ages 5 – 14 | Weekdays 7/8 – 7/26 (3 Sessions), 9am – 12pm

Beginner participants in this creative and safe environment will learn skateboard mechanics and basic riding skills such as balance, pushing, turning, stopping, riding transitions and dropping-in. Advanced skaters will have the opportunity to drop in on bigger obstacles/features, and learn more challenging tricks.

Talent Skate Camp

Ages 5 – 14 | Weekdays 6/17 – 8/6 (3 Sessions), 9am – 12pm 

This camp is geared towards skaters with beginner to intermediate skills. Participants will learn tricks such as pushing, ollieing, dropping in, board slides and grinds.

Tennis Camp

Ages 6 – 15 | Weekdays 6/17 – 8/16 (7 Sessions), Morning & Afternoon 

Beginner and advanced-beginner players will be introduced to tennis skills and learn scoring, strategy, specialized drills and fitness training.

NFL Flag Football Camp

Ages 7 – 14 | Weekdays 7/29 – 8/2 – 9am – 11:30am 

Campers will learn the fundamentals of football straight from the NFL playbook while participating in drills and games to help them improve their speed, endurance, and football-specific skills.

Just Kids Multi-Sport Skills Camp

Ages 6 – 12 | Monday 6/24 – Thursday 6/27, 9am – 3pm 

This camp emphasizes skill development, character development and nutrition education. Campers can choose daily between basketball, football or soccer, with sport fundamentals introduced and built upon in drills, scrimmages and agility training.



Chess Wizards Camp

Ages 6 – 12 | Weekdays 7/8 – 8/9 (4 Sessions), Full Day, Morning & Afternoon

Campers will take part in team chess games, tournaments and puzzles while making new friends and winning prizes. Recess time and snacks will be provided. A great way to improve chess skills and work out your most powerful muscle (your brain)!

Wicked Cool Science Camps

Ages 6 – 11 | Weekdays 7/8 – 8/16 (4 Sessions), 9am – 4pm 

Wicked Cool for Kids Camps provide STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math) based camps for kids and lots of wicked fun! Please register two weeks in advance for each session of Wicked Cool Camps.

Let Go Your Mind Lego Camps

Ages 6 – 13 | Weekdays 7/22 – 8/2 (4 Sessions), 9am – 3pm 

Let Go Your Mind camps are designed to teach kids confidence and some basic engineering principles. Through STEM builds, children will experience the engineering design process. Campers will encounter obstacles and have to think critically to overcome them with builds.


Outdoor Recreation

Waterfront Adventure Camp

Ages 8 – 15 | Weekdays 7/8 – 7/19 (2 Sessions), 1pm – 4pm 

Campers will explore Lake Champlain to the fullest from a variety of watercraft, including canoe/kayak excursions out to Lone Rock Point, paddle boarding to North Beach, and sailing adventures around Burlington Bay. Great for adventurers who love to play on the lake but would like to do more than just sail on it.

Rise & Shine 2024

Ages 5 – 12 | Weekdays 6/24 – 8/9, 8:30am – 12pm

This morning time child-centered camp includes crafts, games and fun projects, as well as nature walks and outdoor exploration of the beautiful grounds of Leddy Park. Camp includes plenty of self-directed play in a calm, nurturing environment.


Ice Skating

Hat Trick Hockey

Ages 6 – 14 | Weekdays 7/1 – 8/16 (4 Sessions), 12pm – 3pm

Players will practice and improve skating and hockey skills in a supportive and encouraging environment with drills, games, and activities. Participants must be able to skate and provide their own stick, gloves, shin pads, and helmet with facemask. Some hockey playing experience is required.

Kinder Kamp 2024

Ages 3 – 6 | Weekdays 7/1 – 8/16 (3 Sessions), 8am – 2pm

Campers will participate in daily activities including skating lessons, outdoor adventures, crafts, stories and games. Ice skates and helmets provided as needed for no additional charge.

Visit CivicRec to browse full program descriptions and register:

CivicRec – BPRW Summer Camp Catalog


It may still be freezing out, but it’s time to get ready for summer!

Get all the latest info on Burlington Parks, Recreation & Waterfront Summer Camps.

January 22, 2024


Summer Guide

We’ve launched an online summer guide where you can find all the info on all things Summer with Burlington Parks, Recreation & Waterfront (BPRW) — including camps, events, beaches and more — all in one spot. Check it out! 



About BPRW Summer Camps

BPRW summer camps provide quality childcare for working families and caregivers, as well as help children develop skills, while staying active and safe during the summer months. Our department offers over 40 Burlington summer camps and clinics over 10 weeks, in locations across the City. Camps are available for children in Pre-K through 12th grade. Choose from camps in our five main program categories: Youth Sports, Movement, Learning, Outdoor Recreation and Ice Skating.

Specialty offerings include LEGO camp, skateboarding, pony camp, chess camp, STEM camps, soccer, tennis, and much more!

Full day, State-Licensed Childcare camps are also available — Champ camp and PAL camp — these camps accept childcare subsidies and include free lunch, snack, and field trips.


View Program Listings

  • Browse programs on CivicRec starting on January 22, 2024 using the link below:

CivicRec – BPRW Summer Camp Catalog

  • View listings sorted by by ages, weeks and category on the printable summer camp grid below:

Summer Camps Grid 2024

to Enroll

For 2024, Burlington Parks, Recreation & Waterfront is launching a rolling enrollment period for summer camps:

  • Burlington Residents can register starting at 10 a.m. on Thursday, February 1
  • Non-residents can register starting at 10 a.m. on Wednesday, February 7


How to enroll

  1. Click on the link above to explore our programs and enroll directly on Civic Rec.
  2. Sign into CivicRec with your account info, or create a new account.
  3. You will need basic information such as your name, children’s names, address and dates of birth. Make sure to list your correct address to confirm resident status.
  4. Select programs and add to cart. Begin enrolling by clicking checkout!
  5. After you complete the transaction, check your email and spam/junk folder for receipts and messages.
  6. Check your receipt for links to program forms and policies.

If you have questions about how to sign up, or need assistance, please contact our customer service desk during service hours (Monday to Thursday 8 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Friday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.) at 802-864-0123



The City of Burlington is committed to making summer camp affordable for all — Burlington residents are eligible for 50 – 100% off of camp fees with a scholarship.

To request a scholarship: call 802-864-0123, email, or stop by the Miller Center, 130 Gosse Court, during open hours.

Learn more: read our Scholarship Policy here!


Language Access

For language access on our website and on CivicRec, please use the Google Translate button at the bottom of the page. If you need additional language assistance call 802-864-0123. Translators are available.



REFUND POLICY: Unless otherwise stated, refunds will be available only until two weeks prior to the first day of a program or activity. A refund will not be given if a participant is dismissed from the program. A $25 administrative fee will be charged for processing the refund. To request a refund two weeks or more before a program starts, please call (802) 864-0123.