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Summer Camps 2020

Covid-19 Camper Safety Information 
The safety and health of campers and staff is always the highest priority. Camps have a long history of planning for and managing communicable diseases and safety concerns. With the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), our department has continued to review and update our health-related plans and procedures under the advisement of the State and County Health Department and the CDC.
Each family coming to camp this summer is different and has unique concerns. Just like every summer, we work hard to ensure your campers have a great summer in a safe environment. We hope the following will help answer some initial questions you may have. This information may change based on health updates we receive from our state and local authorities.

All of our campers will be dropped off and picked up at various locations through our car-line system.   

  • Remain in vehicle and have camper ready with backpack on the passenger side of vehicle
  • Temperature will be checked with touch less thermometers and a brief health screening will occur before we escort your camper from the vehicle.
  • Please remain in your car(only the camper should get out).

LA County requires campers over two years old AND staff to wear face coverings (bandanas, tubies, etc.) EXCEPT when swimming, eating, napping or participating in a solitary high exertion activity (I.e. running). 


  •  Individual group size and overall camp size has been reduced.
  • Campers will physical-distance within their group as much as possible.
  • Our staff will be trained on helping campers understand what this means.
  • This will look and function somewhat differently depending on age group.
  • Interaction between groups is limited and requires social distance and supervision.
  • Groups travel between activities and around camp in a single direction, so they don’t overlap unnecessarily.
  • Campers/staff do not come and go into various groups but are limited to their group roster for the week(s) they are at camp.


  • Temperatures and health screening of campers and staff will occur upon arrival to camp each day by our staff. Temperatures over 100.4 will have 2nd temperature taken (oral thermometer). If Temp is still over 100.4, camper will not be able to stay at camp.
  • Anyone developing symptoms during the camp day will be moved to an isolated location and our Director will be notified. Parents/guardians will be called to advise and requested to pick up their camper.
  • Staff training will include physical distancing requirements, hand washing protocols, as well as assessing and reporting any symptoms noticed among campers and staff.
  • CDC guidelines around testing for symptoms and quarantine in the event of a positive test apply to campers and staff.


  • Multiple hand washing stations and hand sanitizing areas will be placed around most areas of camp.
  • Frequent hand washing before and after activities, lunch, sunscreen applications and restroom breaks.
  • Cleaning of equipment between groups and at the end of each day.
  • Using CDC recommended cleaners and disinfectants.


  •  Hand washing before and after lunch.
  • Ideally lunches should be easy for your camper to eat without help from their counselor.
  •  Campers bring their own lunch, refillable water bottle, hand sanitizer and face covering in a small lightweight backpack.
  •  Water stations for refilling water bottles will be cleaned and sanitized regularly.


  • Regular cleaning and sanitizing of all high touch points at camp including but not limited to bathrooms, water stations, activities, archery, and other surfaces.


  • Small groups of campers will move throughout activities at camp in one direction.
  • Groups will not double back so they won’t overlap one another.
  • Additional time is built into each activity for cleaning and sanitizing.


Registration begins Thursday, June 25th

Camps begin the week of July 6th

* You can register online or by appointment only.  Call the Recreation Department to make an appointment at (626)403-2200.

Resident-$160 / Non-Resident-$184
Ages: 4th - 8th grades (Fall 2020)     
Time: 9am-12pm      
Lacy Freewheelers travel a two-mile radius on their bicycles from Lacy Park to local areas of interest.  A bike with gears is not required, however, this type of bike will make the two-mile trips easier for the campers.  Cyclists receive bike safety lessons from experienced recreation staff.  Your participation in Freewheelers includes two weekly treats of pizza, ice cream, or other fun goodies.  Campers are required to bring their own bikes, helmets, locks, and safety vests.  Safety vests can be purchased for $6 through the Recreation Department.  A t-shirt is included.
Week:             July 6th-10th                  July 13th-17th                 July 20th-24th                 July 27th-31st
Class #:           330305-06                    330305-07                    330305-08                    330305-09

Lil’ Explorers taught by Recreation Staff                                  
Resident-$90 / Non-Resident-$103             
Ages: 4 – 5 years old (Child must be toilet trained)                     
Days & Time: 9am-11am (M,W,F) 
Designed for the young learner!  Campers will spend an unforgettable summer exploring beautiful Lacy Park and learning about nature, science, recycling, plants and animals.  Activities will include story time, music, arts and crafts and snack time. Campers must bring their own snack and water bottle. Children must be toilet trained.
Week:          July 13th-17th                       July 20th-24th                     July 27th-31st
Class #:       510818-02                             510818-03                          510818-04


Mega Machines Camp taught by Professor Egghead Staff         
Class #: 331760-03
Campers will design and build real mega machines like spinning windmills, lifting cranes, elevators, and way more.  We’ll create an entire town of machines as we use pieces make them mechanical and move to help us build even more!  Then after the building phase is complete, we will try to break’em, blow them over, and put weight on them.
Dates:                                  Ages:                                  Time:                   Fee:
July 20th-24th                 4.5-9 years old              9am-4pm          Resident-$350 / Non-Resident-$404

Summer Cooking Around the World taught by Junior Chef University Staff
Class #: 331762-02
During the fun-filled week, kids will explore various culinary dishes from all around the world. Kids will learn basic knife skills, how to read and follow a recipe, measuring and mixing, and the importance of kitchen safety. Kids will learn how to create and enjoy different dishes from different countries, daily!  Each child will have their own cooking station.  This class is located at the Recreation Department in Room #2.
Dates:                                  Ages:                                  Time:                        Fee:                     
July 27th-31st                  5-12 years old               1pm-4pm               Resident-$280 / Non-Resident-$324   A $40 lab fee is due at the time of registration

Brit-West Soccer Camp taught by Brit-West Soccer Staff  
Resident-$174 / Non-Resident-$200
Ages: 5 – 12 years old          
Time: 9am-12pm
Our goal is to excite, engage and teach children soccer through positive coaching, an inclusive environment, and developmentally appropriate skills. Daily schedule includes warm up, agility and speed, technical training, and fun games. Bring a water and a soccer ball to camp.
Week:             July 13th-17th                July 27th-31st
Class #:           342306-01                      342306-02

Registration for Summer 2020 is online only.  Registration begins on June 25th for San Marino Residents and on June 30th for Non-Residents.  Click this link to register: https://registration.sanmarinorec.org/wbwsc/webtrac.wsc/wb1000.html?wbp=1


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