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Kid City Summer Camps for youth in grades K-7 take place at the Allison-Jukebox Community Center, 351 S. Washington St. in Bloomington, Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. Week-long day camp sessions for the 2020 camp season begin Monday, June 1 and end Friday, July 31.

Kid City Original and Kid City Quest are now: Kid City! For youth in grades K through 7.

Kid City has followed the stringent guidelines for day camp safety set forth by the American Camp Association, the Centers for Disease Control, the State of Indiana and the Monroe County Health Department to provide a modified Kid City camp this summer. 

Campers will engage in outdoor play and other camp activities on-site at the Allison-Jukebox Community Center.

Campers this summer will be placed into small groups, called "pods", and will be divided by family and not by age so we can keep siblings together and stay consistent in minimizing the expansion of social circles. We will follow physical distancing guidelines as much as possible. There are no overnights or field trips this season.

Drop Off Procedures

  • Campers must be dropped off before 9 a.m. If a parent is running late/early they are required to call the facility and inform for approval of change.
  • Parents/guardians will remain in their vehicle until the front desk staff confirm their child's registration.
  • Upon confirmation of registration, camp staff will take the parent/guardian's temperature while they remain in the vehicle. The participant's temperature will also be taken while remaining in the vehicle.
  • Upon completion of health screening, participants will be escorted into the facility by a staff member and then directed to where they will sanitize hands following the CDC protocol and sent to their designated program area.

Pick Up Procedures

  • Parents/guardians should park near the designated entrance to help with verification and safety for the release of the participant(s).
  • Upon confirmation of identity, staff will radio the health care worker in the outdoor tent who will administer temperature/screening of the parent/guardian.
  • Once screening is complete, the participant will be allowed to enter the parent/guardian vehicle and leave the program.
  • If possible, older people such as grandparents should not pick up children, because older people are more at risk for serious illness.

Register now for Kid City 2020 Camp! 

  • Session registrations and payments are due in full by 5 p.m. the Monday prior to the start of a selected session. Health Forms can be downloaded in the "Attachments" section below.
  • All late registrations require a $40 administration fee in addition to the registration fee.
  • Registrations are accepted at the Parks and Recreation by mail at 401 N. Morton St., Ste. 250, Bloomington, Ind. 47404 or online here.
Registration Code Dates Registration fee
in-city/non-city
Register by
245104-A June 1-5 $175/$180 5/27
245104-B June 8-12 $175/$180 6/1
245104-C June 15-19 $175/$180 6/8
245104-D June 22-26 $175/$180 6/15
245104-E June 29-July 2
No camp July 3. Fee is prorated.
$140/$144 6/22
245104-F July 6-10 $175/$180 6/29
245104-G July 13-17 $175/$180 7/6
245104-H June 20-24 $175/$180 7/13
245104-I July 27-31 $175/$180 7/20

Kid City Camp Information

  • Is your child ready for summer camp?
  • Kid City is proud to be accredited by the American Camp Association. This nationally recognized accreditation focuses on program quality, health and safety issues, and requires us to review every facet of our operation. Kid City has voluntarily submitted to this independent appraisal done by camp experts and has earned this mark of distinction.
  • Our camp staff are enthusiastic, well-trained adults. All staff are CPR and First Aid certified and adhere to the highest professional standards set forth by the American Camp Association and the Bloomington Parks and Recreation Department.
  • Parents are responsible for transporting their child/ren to and from camp each day. 
  • Please bring to camp a sack lunch and water bottle, swimsuit and towel, and any special sunscreen, bug spray or medications. We recommend providing your camper with a durable backpack to carry these items. Do not bring money, toys, or cell phones.

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