Noblesville Parks Recreation will offer week-long camps coinciding with Noblesville Schools’ Oct. 14 to 25 fall break.
Open to ages 6 to 11, recreation staff will spend two weeks creating games, completing science projects, doing crafts, exploring nature and more. Other activities include a science project.
For the first time, camps also will offer field trips, which include Stuckey Farm Oct. 15, Kiln Creations Oct. 17 and Cool Creek Park and Nature Center Oct. 23. Kids registered for camp on those dates will be transported to and from the field trip. Cost is included with the camp registration fee.
“We are excited to give children a unique experience of learning and fun during fall break,” said Kaitlyn Smith, recreation program coordinator.
Camps are from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Oct 14 to 18 and Oct. 21 to 25 at Forest Park Lodge.
The weekly cost is $125 for residents and $155 for non-residents. Daily options also are available for $30 per day for residents and $40 for non-residents. Before-care (7:30 to 8 a.m.) or after-care (4 to 6 p.m.) also is available at daily and weekly rates of $10 per week or $2 per day, and $15 per week and $3 per day, respectively.
For more or to register, call the parks department at 317-776-6350, or visit noblesvilleparks.org.