Day Camps

Indoor and Outdoor Fun

June 3–August 2, 2019
8am to 5pm; held Monday thru Friday

Day camps can help your children develop lifelong habits of exercise and encourage them to learn social skills beyond the classroom.  Here is your source for day camp programs, age 3 to 18, both city-run and community managed. Day camps provide opportunities for physical development, learning, and sportsmanship. Help build your child’s character on a foundation of healthy competition and teamwork.

Summer Day Camp
Summer Day Camp is an nine-week program for children entering grades 1 thru 6 during the upcoming school year. A fun-filled summer is planned with various activities such as games, swimming, contests, crafts, nature activities, field trips (for an additional fee) and much more. All campers must purchase a swimming pass separately. Summer Day Camp is held at Coulby Park located at 28730 Ridge Road, Wickliffe.  Camp is centered around the pavilion near the pond. Held  Monday thru Friday from 8 am to 5 pm.

Fliers and registration forms are available in the Recreation Department and on-line.

Camp Director: Michelle Johnson. Fee for Residents: $105 per week for first child in family; $75 for each additional child in family; $80 for two days for first child in family; $60 for two days for each additional child in family;

Nonresident: $155 per week for each child; $105 for two days for each child in family. Additional charges for extended hours before 8AM and after 5PM. All campers must purchase a pool pass separately. Sign up and payment for first week must be made in advance of starting date and before the June 3 deadline. Special Note: Short week during July 4th week. Only three days (July 1, 2, 3). $80 for resident; $60 for second family member; and $120 for each non-resident this week. No two-day price.

Camp Application 2019


Safety Town is a fun interactive program that introduces safety awareness and preventive procedures to children entering kindergarten or first grade. Using resources from D.A.R.E., iKeepSafe Internet Safety, Coalition National Crime Prevention Council, Rescue 1 Fire Safety for Kids Inc. U.S. Department of Homeland Security/FEMA. Safety education is taught through various teaching techniques; a miniature “town” with streets, traffic signals, signs, buildings, and “automobile traffic” (tricycles) reinforce the traffic and pedestrian rules taught in class, trip to ACBC Fire House and a visit with the Wickliffe Police and Fire Departments.

Classes will meet for 5 consecutive days (Monday thru Friday) for 2 hours per day and will conclude with a graduation ceremony.

Limit of 14 children in each class. Session I: June 10 to June 14 or Session II: July 8 to July 12 Time: 9:30-11:30 am. Fee: $35 Resi­dent/$40 Non-resident.

Classes held at Wickliffe Elementary School. Non-residents registration starts May 17.

Safety Town Registration Form