The Bellingham Sportsplex Youth Activities Camp provides parents of school-age kids with an option for supervised fun with their friends during Purple Fridays and Spring, Summer, and Winter Breaks.

Soccer builds strength and endurance while creating a sense of camaraderie and team spirit.
Soccer builds strength and endurance while creating a sense of camaraderie and team spirit.

The Youth Activities Camps are structured in such a way that the kids, ages 7-12, attending have an opportunity to engage in a variety of activities all day, while being a part of the decision-making process for their activities.

Each day the camp is in session, kids meet with the counselors and discuss the options for the day, including ice skating, walking to the park, swimming at the Aquatic Center, playing football outside, playing soccer, arts and crafts and even just quiet time.

And, with a ratio of one counselor for every ten kids, the opportunity to experience many activities throughout the day is sure to happen.

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Skating is a great way to have fun and burn off energy. Photo courtesy: Keri Ferguson.

Kids can even bring a special game or roller blades from home if there is a specific interest they want to pursue while at the Bellingham Sportsplex.

One of the highlights of the camp is the bouncy house that is set up in a portion of the Sportsplex. It’s all part of the day’s activities and fun.

Kids can come for half a day, a full day, or the whole week. If desired, lunch will be provided for an additional nominal fee. Kids can bring their own lunch and snacks as well.

Kids can have fun and cool off in the aquatic center.
Kids can have fun and cool off in the aquatic center.

The Sportsplex will be operating the Youth Activities Camp during the Spring Break April 3-7.  Camps run from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Preregistration is encouraged as space is limited. Registration can be done online.

Have questions? Call the front desk at 360-676-1919 any time.

See you at the Sportsplex!

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