Summer Day Camps

Fort Frankfort Adventures
Summer Day Camp

In cooperation with the State of Illinois’ Restore Illinois Plan, the Frankfort Park District has made the appropriate changes to operations in accordance to Phase 3 Recovery. We are monitoring the progress as we move through these phases and we are prepared to adjust our operations plan as we get closer to Phase 4-Recovery.

Ready to get out of the house, soak up the summer sun and have some fun? Join the Frankfort Park District’s NEW Summer Day Camp! We have modified our camp this summer to ensure we are following the most up-to-date and well informed practices for our campers such as smaller group sizes and enhanced cleaning practices, all while keeping everyone on track to meeting new friends, making memories and experiencing new things! Programs will include in-house entertainment, nature walks, arts and crafts, outdoor play and activities! There will not be a before and after camp option, field trips or swim days. Campers will need to bring their own face mask, hand sanitizer, lunch and water bottle each day. Campers will also be required to bring their own supplies. A supply list will be provided prior to the start of camp. Let us help you put some fun & sun back into a NEW kind of summer together!

Registration can be done ONLINE or  IN PERSON at the Founders Community Center, 140 Oak Street.  A copy of your child’s birth certificate must be turned in prior to your child starting camp.

Zoom Meeting/Virtual Open House

A mandatory Virtual Open House will be held prior to your child starting camp. This will be scheduled prior to the start date of the session your child is registered for. This is a great opportunity to learn about the camp, ask questions, and check out the facility. We encourage the parents and campers to attend. The date and time of the meeting will be given to you at the time of registration. A link to the Zoom meeting will be sent to the email address on file three days prior to the meeting date.


• The Frankfort Park District will be following the Illinois Department of Public Health guidelines for camp.
• Campers will not be going on field trips or attending the pool during the 2020 season.
• There will not be a before & after camp option.
• Masks will be required when social distancing is not possible.
• An 8:2 camper to counselor ratio will be in place to follow State guidelines.
• Campers will be placed with the same group in their own dedicated space throughout the session.
• Regular cleaning and disinfecting of equipment and surfaces will be done
throughout the day.
• Campers will be required to bring their own mask and hand sanitizer each day.
• Please visit our website for up to date information.


Camp Schedule

 Time:  8:30 am – 4:00 pm

 Session I:  June 22 – July 2 (No Camp July 3)

 Fee: $315

NR $365

 Registration Deadline: June 15

 Session II: July 6 – 17

 Fee: $350

NR $400

 Registration Deadline: June 29

 Session III: July 20 – 31

 Fee: $350

NR $400

 Registration Deadline: July 13

 Session IV: August 3 – 7 (1 week)

 Fee: $175

NR $200

 Registration Deadline: July 27


Day Camp Forms

Click Here to download the Complete Day Camp Packet

Click Here to download the Day Camp Registration Form

Click Here to download the Day Camp Safety Procedures & Guidelines

Click Here to download the Day Camp Handbook

Click Here to download the Day Camp Highlights

Click Here to download the Day Camper Information Sheet

Click Here to download the Day Camp Behavior Contract

Click Here to download the Day Camp Consent – Photo & First Aid Form

Click Here to download the Day Camp Consent – Medical Release Form



LWSRA is prepared to continue to provide the Inclusion support that is requested by current LWSRA participants. At this time, LWSRA will not be accepting any new participants. Per the CDC guidelines and State COVID-19 Mandates, below are the guidelines in place for inclusion support:

Camper Participation Guidelines or Safety Protocols:
1. Participant & Staff must wear a mask and keep it on for the duration of camp
2. Participant needs to Social Distance 6’ throughout the day
3. Participant needs to be able to follow directions with minimal intervention by staff
4. Participant must be able to be successful with a 6:1 staffing and devoid of emotional
outbursts requiring 1:1 staffing support.
5. Participant must be independent in managing personal care including toileting, feeding,
Personal hygiene.
6. Participants must follow the behavior policy set in place by the Park District.

Should your child be in need of inclusion services, it is your responsibility to complete the appropriate forms provided by the Park District, so a request can be made to review and process the participant’s inclusion needs. This process will take up to two weeks. Lincolnway Special Recreation Association will make contact with the parent/guardian after a review is complete and decisions have been made on the best course of action concerning your child’s needs.