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Rock Hill Rocks!Summer Camps 2012Rock Hill Parks, Recreation & Tourism has a wide variety of exciting andeducational camp experiences available for your child. This guide willhelp you find the camp that is right for your child’s interests and needs.For more information on any of these camps, or to register, call thecontact person indicated.Full Summer Day Camp Programs:• CRAVE Fun in the Sun at Emmett Scott Center (pg. 2)• Discovery Quest Day Camp at Fewell Park (pg. 3)• Tennis Camps at Rock Hill Tennis Center (pg. 4)Shorter Camp Programs – 2 to 5 Days:• Fewell Park Craft Camp (pg. 5)• Camp Arc (pg. 6)• Extreme Adventure Camps (pg. 7)• Nature Play Camps (pg. 8)• Tennis Camps (pg. 4)1www.rockhillrocks.comCreating community through people, parks & programs.

2012 CRAVE FUN IN THE SUMMER SUNEmmett Scott Recreation Center will beoffering a Summer Day Camp for ages 6‐13 atthe center Mon. June 11 through Aug. 3 from7:30am‐6:00pm. Campers will enjoy fun filleddays with an educational curriculum, arts andcrafts, swimming, sports activities, field tripsand more. This 8 week camp costs $600 perchild. Pre‐registration is required.Contact:Location:Latoya Mayes803‐329‐5661lmayes@cityofrockhill.comEmmett Scott Recreation Center801 Crawford Rd., Rock Hill, SCRegister: Pre‐registration is required. Call 329‐5661 toregister.www.rockhillrocks.comCreating community through people, parks & programs.

Join us at Fewell Park Center for a fun filled, action packed summer. “DiscoveryQuest”Day Camp will begin Monday, June 4th and continue weekly until Friday, August 10 th .Enjoy wonderful new programs, with a different theme each week, as well as anexpanded program of off‐site field trips. The camp will be under the guidance of welltrained counselors and instructors.Each day’s activities will begin at 9:00am. Campers may arrive as early as 7:30am totake part in supervised free play activities. Daily snacks will be provided; campersshould bring lunch. Scheduled programming will begin at 9:00am, and will end at4:00pm, but campers may remain until late pick up concludes at 6:00pmFewell Park Center and “Discovery Quest” are operated by Rock Hill Parks,Recreation, & TourismFewell Park Center “DiscoveryQuest” Day CampChildren ages 6‐5th Grade (must be 6 prior to registration)Monday thru Friday, 10 weeksEarly drop off begins at 7:30, late pick up until 6:00pmCamp cost: $800.00 ($80.00 per week)Payment schedule:Option A: $800.00…………Payment in full at registrationOption B: $400.00………… due at registration and $400.00 on or before July 6thContact:Location:Register:Jim Austin803‐329‐5645jaustin@cityofrockhill.comFewell Park Recreation Center1204 Alexander Rd., Rock Hill, SCPre‐registration is required. Call 329‐5645 for moreinformation.www.rockhillrocks.comCreating community through people, parks & programs.

2012 ROCK HILL TENNIS CENTER SUMMER CAMPSThe Rock Hill Tennis Center offers tennis camp for kids ages 5 to 14 and levels from completebeginner to intermediate. Summer camps combine the fun of learning and playing tennis with youthactivities designed for each age group and ability level. The ultimate goal is to provide a fun tennisenvironment in which every camper can grow and develop, build sportsmanship and discover alifetime love of the game. Kids will learn skills to play tennis in a game-type format. Classes aredesigned to follow the United States Tennis Association (USTA) QuickStart format. Camps areoffered on a weekly basis and kids may sign up for multiple camps at the time of registration.Camps for ages 5 - 14 are held Monday through Friday 8:30 am – noon. The Tennis Center offersearly drop-off beginning at 8:00am. One-day camps and full day camps are available.Dates: 4 sessions, June 4th ‐ August 3rd1 week Camp 8:30am‐noon$125/members $150/non‐members1 Day Camp 8:30am‐noon$35/members $40/non‐membersContact:Location:Register:Rock Hill Tennis Center Staff(803) 326‐3842 rhtc10s@yahoo.comRock Hill Tennis Center897 Maplewood Lane, Rock HillIn‐person at Tennis Center.Pre‐registration is required.Class size is limited.www.rockhillrocks.comCreating community through people, parks & programs.

2012 FEWELL PARK CAMPSSummer Craft CampCraft Camp includes activities such as drawing, painting, clay, sculptures,printmaking, and origami. The class is limited to 20 students.Dates: June 11 – 15, 2012 (Session 1)July 9 – 11, 2012 (Session 2)Time: 10 am‐NoonAges: 6 ‐ 12Cost: $65 includes supplies & a snackRegistration for FewellPark Camps:Contact:Location:Jim Austin803‐329‐5645Fewell Park Recreation Center, 1204 Alexander Rd., Rock HillRegister: Pre‐registration is required. Contact Jim Austin to register ordrop by the Center.www.rockhillrocks.comCreating community through people, parks & programs.

2012 CAMP ARCCamp Arc is a week‐long day camp predominately for children and adultswith special needs. Sessions run throughout the summer. This is amainstreamed camp where children with and without disabilities willenjoy a variety of activities. Sessions include: Children’s Camp, Childrenwith Multiple Handicaps and Adult Camp. Registration is first‐come, firstserved.A special event and a t‐shirt are included in the cost.Dates: Sessions run throughout the summer, Mon. – Fri. Participantsshould call for a schedule. Participants are limited to one or two sessionsper summer.Time: 9am – 2pmCost: $15.00 per one‐week sessionContact:Location:Wendy Waddle803‐329‐5659wendywaddle@comporium.netBoyd Hill Recreation Center1165 Constitution Blvd., Rock Hill, SCRegister: Pre‐registration is required. Call Wendy Waddle at 803‐329‐5659 or Scott Wentzky at 803‐326‐2429 for session dates and to register.www.rockhillrocks.comCreating community through people, parks & programs.

2012 EXTREME ADVENTURE CAMPSExtreme Adventure Camps (now in their 15 th season!) offer a variety of outdoorexperiences for boys and girls ages 8 through 14. Most camps are co‐ed with onegirls session. Activities take place at some City of Rock Hill parks with trips toregional trails, lakes, rivers and mountains! – Our courteous and well trained staffwill provide all of the necessary equipment, instruction and encouragement toparticipants of all skill levels. Check specifics below and contact us with questionsand for registration instructions.Pre‐registration is required. Contact C.C. Williams, ccwilliams@cityofrockhill.com or803‐329‐5527 with questions or to register.Extreme Kids IAges: 11‐14 – Boys and GirlsJune 12 th – 14 th , 8:00 – 5:00 PMThis action‐packed 3‐day camp is for kids with some outdoor experience who arelooking for a challenge. Activities include outdoor rock climbing, kayaking on theCatawba River, and mountain biking. Cost: $130Extreme Kids II & III Ages: 8‐10 – Boys and GirlsSession II ‐ June 18 th – 22 nd , 8:00‐5:00pmSession III ‐ August 6 th – 10 th, 8:00‐5:00pmConnect your child to nature through 5 days of adventure.Activities rang from kayaking and biking to educationallessons on watersheds, animal habitats, and more.Cost: $215Extreme GirlsAges: 9‐12 – Girls OnlyJuly 31st – August 2 nd , 8:00‐5:00pmThis action‐packed, 3‐day, girls only camp is for girlswith some outdoor experience who are looking for a challenge.Activities include outdoor rock climbing, kayaking, and mountain biking. Cost: $130Youth Kayak Camp Ages: 11‐14– Boys and GirlsJuly 20 th , 8:00‐5:00pmThis one‐day kayak camp will introduce beginning kayak skills, basic river hydrology,and personal risk management on moving water. We will kayak from the Wylie Dam inFort Mill to River Park. Cost: $45Youth Mountain Bike Camp Ages: 11‐14– Boys and GirlsAugust 3 rd , 8:00‐5:00pmThis one‐day kayak camp will introduce beginning mountain bike skills including,balance, proper braking and shifting, and body position for beginner to intermediatetrial riding. Cost: $45www.rockhillrocks.comCreating community through people, parks & programs.

Nature Play SeriesAges: 5 to 7 - $80.00The Nature Play Series is designed to spark your child’s imagination and wonderthrough nature-based activities and self-guided play experiences. Each daywe’ll explore in our parks and spend time playing in nature. Program includes adaily snack and nature project.Session 1: June 4-8 9am – noonJune 4 – Fewell ParkJune 5 – Cherry ParkJune 6 – Manchester MeadowsJune 7 – River ParkJune 8 – Glencairn GardenSession 2: July 9-13 9am - noonJuly 9 – Fewell ParkJuly 10 –Cherry ParkJuly 11 – Manchester MeadowsJuly 12 –River ParkJuly 13 – Glencairn GardenSpace is limited. Sign up today!For more information or to register contact C.C. Williamsat 803-329-5527 or ccwilliams@cityofrockhill.comwww.rockhillrocks.comCreating community through people, parks & programs.

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