Priority Registration for participants currently in the school year Jr. Kid’s Connection program and participants from Summer Camp 2023 can register for camp at 8:30am March 11. Registration opens to the general public at 8:30am on March 25.
Summer Camp Connection for Ages 3-6
The Oswegoland Park District offers an all-day recreational summer camp program, available 6:30am – 6:15pm, Monday through Friday. Our DCFS licensed program aims to provide opportunities to discover, learn, play, and explore through engaging and enriching experiences.
Who is it For?
Children Age 3 – Entering Kindergarten
Click here for information on Camp Connection for Children Entering 1st-6th Grade
Breakfast, lunch, snacks, and all activities.
Where is it Located?
South Point | 810 Preston Lane, Oswego
Our goal is to provide a full day of recreational daycare that matches your family’s needs. Choose between 1-5 days of fun.
Please submit withdrawals or adjustments to your original registration by the deadline below. We will process your first adjustment at no charge. Each additional request will incur a $15 fee. Refunds will not be issued after the date listed below. Submit this online form to request a schedule change.
Deadline to Request Registration Changes
Additions need to be requested by the Wednesday of the week prior. Additions are dependent upon space available and staffing.
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Kids should bring a water bottle and sunscreen daily.
Activities may include
Arts & Crafts
Visit our Online Registration Site to pay the $75 non-refundable registration fee (per child). Select your location and dates your child will attend.
Registrations must be completed the Wednesday before the week that your child would begin camp.
Please contact Cristin Handlon via email or at 630.554.4064 with questions or for availability.
Oswegoland Park District is utilizing ePACT- an online system to collect and manage our participants’ emergency information and waiver releases. This replaces our traditional Health and Emergency form. ePACT is an online emergency network, where you can securely add, manage, and share your child’s key health and emergency contact details with us.
After you register, you’ll receive an email invitation that will guide you through a few quick steps to set up your account and share your child’s information with us. This must be completed before your child can begin the program.
Questions? Contact Cristin Handlon at 630.554.4064.
The Park District will make reasonable accommodations to allow children with life-threatening allergies to participate in our programs. Prior to participating, we recommend that the parent or guardian reads our policy in full and provides the Park District with all information, training, authorizations, and waiver/release forms for a child with a life-threatening allergy. Download the policy and forms included in the Allergy Packet and upload to ePACT.