Day Camps

2019 Summer Camps

Paducah Parks & Recreation offers several camp options for families throughout the summer time. Visit Registration for more information. Online Registration for summer camps will be available beginning April 1. Camps meet in various locations beginning June 10. Camps will not meet the week of July 1-5. If you register for summer camps you must read and fill out this Summer Camp Parent Packet and return to the Parks & Recreation Office.

Kidz Klub Too

Ages 3 - 5 years. Must be potty trained. Kidz Klub Too is a perfect introduction to summer camp for your preschooler. Camp meets Monday - Friday, June 10-14, June 17-21, July 8-12, and July 15-19 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Arts and Crafts Building in Noble Park. Full of fun summer activities that include swimming, arts and crafts, field trips and more! Lunch is provided through the Federal Food Program. $75 per week. Multi-child family discounts available. Space is limited with a maximum participation of 12 children per week.

Kidz Klub

Graduated K - 5th graders. Camp includes sports, games, field trips, swimming and more! Camp meets weekly, Monday - Friday, from 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Must register for each week you wish your child to attend. June 10 - July 26. Camp meets at the Anna Baumer Building in Noble Park. Lunch is provided through the Federal Food Program. $100 per week. Multi-child family discounts available. Space is limited with a maximum participation of 20 children per week.

Playground Activity Camp (PAC)

Graduated K - 5th graders. Includes games, arts and crafts, sports, special guest speakers, projects and more! Meets Monday - Friday, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Noble Park Shelter #16. 2 camp sessions are available (June and July). You must register for each session you would like your child to attend. Lunch is provided through the Federal Food Program. $30/child per session. Space is limited with a maximum participation of 80 children per session. 

Leadership by Bike Camp

Ages 12-16 years.  Paducah Parks and Recreation and BikeWorld, Inc. have coordinated a bicycle camp for children and teens ages 12 to 16 years. Two Monday through Friday sessions are available: June 10-14 and June 24-28. The camp will be held, rain or shine, at BikeWorld located at 809 Joe Clifton Drive from 9 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. Lunch, snacks, and entry fees to local establishments are included in the $150 registration fee. Multi-child discounts are available. Registration is through Paducah Parks & Recreation. The camp teaches kids bicycle handling skills and traffic laws. They get to use their bikes all week long as the only form of transportation under the supervision of the experienced staff and riders from BikeWorld. The campers will ride the Greenway Trail, cycle residential streets, explore neighborhoods and visit local landmarks. They will visit restaurants, parks, businesses, museums, and the Farmers’ Market while learning about the local history and unique architecture found in Paducah. During the week, each camper will learn about his or her strengths and gain confidence. This is more than a bicycle camp; it's a leadership camp. A bicycle with 26” or larger wheels, a helmet and a water bottle with holder are required for the camp. All equipment must be inspected and approved by BikeWorld staff for safety at least two days before the first day of the camp. Campers may rent or purchase equipment from BikeWorld.

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