PARK CITY, Utah — Back by popular demand, we’re here once more to highlight the importance of enrolling in summer camps for 2024! Although we are in the midst of enjoying winter wonderland, it is actually time to start thinking about summer plans.

Park City boasts an array of incredible summer camps, but these coveted opportunities tend to be snapped up quickly. I’ve lost count of the times my husband and I set our alarms for 6 a.m., eager to secure coveted spots in sought-after camps like Young Riders or Camp Roger at the YMCA. With beads of sweat forming on my brow, I tirelessly refresh the page, determined to secure a place for our kids.

Yet, amidst the excitement and tension, there’s a profound satisfaction in knowing we’re ensuring our children remain mentally and physically engaged. These camps offer not just a break from routine but opportunities to craft cherished memories, hone new skills, and forge enduring friendships that will last a lifetime.

Here’s a thorough compilation of some of our favorite camps available in our area, but make sure to sign up below to be added to our email list — we will soon have a much longer list compiled and intend for it to be your go-to guide and one-stop shop for all 2024 summer camp information.

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Registration is open for Traditional Camp, Adventure Camp, and counselor-in-training for older kiddos wishing to be a camp counselor in the future.

Attending Summer Day Camp at the Y isn’t just about making new friends and learning new skills; it’s about gaining confidence and creating cherished summer memories that last a lifetime! With a blend of songs, games, character building, and friendships, their summer day camp offers something special for every camper.

Callie kick flipping in Woodward's indoor ramp
Photo: Ian Macy // Woodward Park City.

Woodward Park City

2024 registration is open.

Camp sessions run Monday through Friday for ages 7-17. Campers can choose between mountain bike, skateboard, scooter, BMX, parkour, or multisport experiences they will never forget. With quality instruction, fun games, and creative activities, campers can progress in sports while having a blast. Enjoy custom tie-dye and skateboard crafting, unique game twists, and exciting coach/pro demonstrations. It’s not just a summer camp – it’s Woodward Summer Camp!

PC Recreation opens summer camp and program registration at 6 a.m. on April 1.

Park City Recreation Summer Day Camp

2024 public registration opens April 1, 6 am. Early registration is available for the prior year (2023) Full Summer Campers and those that reside or work in the 84060 zip code beginning at 6 am on Friday, March 15.

Park City Recreation has a longstanding tradition of hosting its summer-long day camp at the City Park building (near the Miner’s Hospital). The camp features arts and crafts, sports, games, field trips, and pool visits! Additional activities like golf, swimming lessons, and skateboarding are available. Park City Recreation also offers a Counselor in Training (CIT) program for teens aged 13-15, focusing on leadership and job skills.

Photo: Game On! Sports 4 Girls Northern Utah.

Game On: Sports 4 Girls

Registration opens April 10.

Game On! Sports 4 Girls has dedicated years to inspiring girls through its proven teaching methodology, engaging programming, and spirited traditions. Offering many sports daily, they believe in learning the right way, enjoying the process, and fostering confidence for a lifelong love of sports. In partnership with Basin Recreation, they are excited to introduce their award-winning summer camp (with full and half-day options) at Willow Creek Park. Regardless of athletic abilities, campers aged 4-14 are treated to an empowering and fun multi-sport experience.

She will leave each camp day feeling strong in BODY, MIND, and TEAM.


Natural History Museum of Utah 

Summer Camp information for 2024 will be posted on their website by Feb. 21, 2024.

The Natural History Museum of Utah Summer Camps won City Weekly’s Best of Utah in 2023! They are committed to cultivating lifelong skills in STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math) investigations that promote independence, nurture teamwork, and inspire resiliency and innovation. The Summer Camp programs offered take full advantage of the Museum’s exhibits and collections and the incredible natural environments around their site.

Sail Park City set to host national sailors with Autism on the Jordanelle Reservoir.
Photo: Park City Sailing.

Park City Sailing

Registration is open.

Park City Sailing provides a range of programs catering to children aged 5-17. Whether your child is a novice or an experienced sailor, there’s something for everyone! Options include Intro to Sailing, Intermediate Sailing, Team Racing, and the Guppies Group for younger participants.

Yoga & Mindfulness Summer Camps

Registration is TBD!

Randi Jo’s Yoga for Kids camps teaches patience, imagination, focus, flexibility, balance, and strength. Throughout the summer camp, children participate in crafts, enjoy healthy snacks, and engage in outdoor play. They learn to regulate their energy levels through exercises and breath work, which can be applied anywhere and everywhere.

The Summit Community Gardens have finalized plans for a major upgrade project to their children's garden. With the addition of an outdoor classroom, play area, imagination land and a growing area, the idea is to more effectively utilize space and make it more fun for the children who attend their garden camps.
Photo: Summit Community Gardens.

Summit Community Gardens

Registration opens March 1.

Join them this summer at their sell-out camps in the Garden! Their beautiful space nestled beneath the mountains provides the perfect environment for outdoor exploration. With eight different themes, there’s something for everyone, from environmental sustainability to arts & culture to culinary adventures. Each week is packed with hands-on activities: tending the garden, learning about food growth, engaging in nature-based arts and crafts, enjoying free play outside, and preparing delicious, plant-forward recipes in their garden cooking experiences.

No matter your child’s interests, there’s a camp perfectly suited for them. It’s a good idea to stay ahead of the game and keep an eye on your preferred options, as some camps may not have announced their 2024 summer details yet, and spots tend to fill up quickly once registration opens. Again, be on the lookout for our full comprehensive guide either by email or at for further insights into the Park City lifestyle, monthly events calendar, markets, and restaurant offerings.

Julie Snyder is an experienced real estate professional who serves as a lifestyle resource for clients looking to buy or sell in the Park City area, offering luxury real estate services backed by the power of a global brand. The founder of Inhabit Park City and a sales agent at Summit Sotheby’s International Realty, Julie aims to understand her client’s needs and lifestyles before pairing them with carefully curated options that fulfill their criteria and wishes. Julie describes herself as honest, analytical, and passionate. Utilizing market data, strong negotiation skills, and effective communication, Julie easily navigates Utah’s competitive real estate market. She views herself as a relocation specialist and proudly shares her deep local knowledge of the area’s schools, neighborhoods, restaurants, clubs, and outdoor experiences.


Julie Snyder, INHABIT Park City Summit Sotheby's

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