A Summer of Fun Awaits At Noblesville Parks’ Noble Kids Camp



The Noblesville Parks and Recreation staff is looking to build on the success of the annual Noble Kids Camp and will continue to offer all-day summer camps and preschool camps in June and July as options for Noblesville parents and children.

Camp 2“Camp is one of the best ways to spend your summer, making new friends, seeing old ones, playing games and creating memories. We are excited to have another great lineup of themes planned for this summer and can’t wait to spend time with your child,” said Amber Mink, recreation program coordinator.

Similar to previous years, the two camp host sites – Dr. James A. Dillon Park, 6001 Edenshall Lane, and Forest Park, 701 Cicero Road – will offer the same themes and similar programming making it more convenient for parents and transportation. Summer camps are available for ages 6 to 12.

All-day camps run 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Pricing is the same as last year with one week of summer camp costing Noblesville residents $125 ($155 for nonresidents). Another option for parents is before and/or after care available starting at 7 a.m. and running until 6 p.m. Before care is $10 and after care is $15 for the week.

“The themes and options of Noble Kids Camp provide an abundant mixture of enjoyment, physical activity, education and social interaction in the safe environments of our parks and under the watchful eye of our highly trained counselors,” Noblesville Parks Director Brandon Bennett said.

Dillon Park will offer one additional camp the week of July 29. Only Forest Park campers will have the option to swim at the Forest Park Aquatic Center once a week. Campers will have to take a swim test to be permitted to be in the lap pool. Campers will have lifeguards and will swim with a few counselors. All other campers will remain at the splash pad.

The 2019 Noble Kids Camp schedule include:

  • Ultimate Sports, June 3-7 – This week we will step up your game with Ultimate Sports. Dodgeball, volleyball, gaga, capture the flag and many other activities.
  • Mad Scientists, June 10-14 – BOOM! BANG! POP! This week will be full of fun science experiments and activities that will leave your scientist creating their own questions to investigate.
  • Spy Kids, June 17-21 – Get ready for a spy adventure by creating your own spy kit, going on scavenger hunts, and solving mysteries.
  • Wacky Water Week, June 24-28 – Beat the summer heat with wacky water fun. Come ready to get wet and enjoy water games, relays, water balloons and team competitions.
  • Messy Mania, July 8-12 – Come prepared to make a different messy mixture every day this week. We’ll get gooey and messy exploring a variety of different textures of slime, dough and more.
  • Contests and Competitions, July 15-19 – Each day this week will include a contest or competition. Bring your competitive spirit as we compete individually and as teams, too.
  • Around the World, July 22-26 – Hello! Bonjour! Konnichiwa! We’re packing our bags for a trip around the world to learn about different cultures through games, crafts and more.
  • Aloha to Summer, July 29-August 2 (DILLON PARK ONLY) – Come celebrate the summer Hawaiian style. Get ready for water balloon tosses, water relays, slip ’n slides and limbo to name a few.

In addition to the Noble Kids Camp, Noblesville Parks and Recreation is offering preschool camps for potty-trained children ages 3 to 5. The half-day preschool camp will be located within the Recreation Annex building from 9 a.m. to noon as well as 1 to 4 p.m. and include different themes each week. Children may attend both the morning and afternoon sessions, but will be required to be picked up at noon and returned at 1 p.m. by a guardian. Preschool camp costs Noblesville residents $63 for the week ($75 for nonresidents).

Preschool camp themes include:

  • June 3-7: Colors of the Rainbow
  • June 10-14: Down on the Farm
  • June 17-21: Summer Safari
  • June 24-28: Wish Upon a Star
  • July 8-12: Beach Bums
  • July 15-19: On the Loose with Seuss
  • July 22-26: Heroes and Villains

For more information on summer camp offerings, visit www.noblesvilleparks.org or call 317-770-5750. 

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