Summer Camp & Activity Registration
NOTICE: The information on this page may not be current. Please visit www.stpaul.gov/parks-covid19 for updates on our Coronavirus response.
For a list of current activities, visit www.stpaul.gov/rec-reimagined.
Summer camp and activity registration is now open! Visit the pages below for online registration information or contact your local recreation center.
Saint Paul Parks and Recreation offers summer camps at parks and recreation centers throughout the city.
Browse and register for activities by location:
Arlington Hills Community Center
Battle Creek Recreation Center
Citywide Outdoor Recreation
Dayton's Bluff Recreation Center
Duluth and Case Recreation Center
Edgcumbe Recreation Center
El Rio Vista Recreation Center
Frogtown Community Center
Groveland Recreation Center
Hancock Recreation Center
Hayden Heights Recreation Center
Hazel Park Recreation Center
Highland Park Community Center
Jimmy Lee/Oxford Community Center
Langford Park Recreation Center
Linwood Recreation Center
Martin Luther King Recreation Center
McDonough Recreation Center
Merriam Park Recreation Center
North Dale Recreation Center
Northwest Como Recreation Center
Palace Community Center
Phalen Recreation Center
Phalen Regional Park Beach
Rice Recreation Center
West Minnehaha Recreation Center
Wilder Recreation Center
Summer aquatics registration opens April 1, 2020.
Summer Blast is a free afternoon program for youth who are entering grades 1-6 in the fall.
Youth Summer Sports
Youth summer sports registration ends March 31, but late registrations will be accepted if space is available. Call your local recreation center for more information.
Como Park Zoo & Conservatory Programs
Find exciting summer camps packed with fantastic animal experiences and educational opportunities—available for kids from preschool through 8th grade.
S’more Fun is a recreation childcare program for school-aged children entering 6th grade in the fall.
Adaptive Recreation provides a comprehensive recreational program for Saint Paul residents of all ages who have physical and/or developmental disabilities. Registration for summer Adaptive Recreation programs opens in May.