July 1, 2010
Join the outdoor fun this summer by using a County Parks Passport to learn about our region’s unique flora and fauna or enroll your children in a summer camp where they can enjoy educational activities.
“The County parks offer residents the perfect location for fun activities like our organized environmental education program. Children can get in on the fun by going to summer camp, playing sports or going on a field trip. Come explore everything we have to offer,” said Brian Albright, Director of the County Parks and Recreation Department.
July is County Parks and Recreation month. To celebrate and learn more about the region’s unique outdoors, just download a temporary passport on our website or pick up an official one at any of the dozen participating parks. To get started earning stamps, check the department Program Guide trail hikes, bat hikes, fishing with a ranger or other fun activities at participating parks.
After each activity, you can collect a stamp for your passport. Just collect six stamps from six different programs and you can receive a vehicle sticker and Official San Diego County Naturalist Certificate of Completion.
For a complete list of participating parks and a link to the Program Guide, visit the Parks Passport page.
For specific weekly schedules on activities and fees for children’s summer day camps, visit our website at SDPparks.org and click on the Community, Recreation and Teen Centers link and select which of the three recreation centers you would like your child to attend.
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