Tween Summer Camp 2023

Teens on a zipline rope in a forest during a nature day camp



Participation requires submittal of the appropriate waiver forms PRIOR to the start of the program, including the medical release form (E-13) through ePACT. You will receive an email from ePACT after registration.

If you have a child with special needs (e.g. asthma, allergies, etc.) and/or disabilities, there will be additional forms to be completed. 

For Help From ePact:

Email: [email protected] , or call
1-855-773-7228 (Mon-Fri 9 a.m.-5 p.m.)

Questions About ePact for Seattle Parks and Recreation?

Email: [email protected]

Join us for 6-weeks of fun, exploration, teamwork and learning at the Magnolia Tween Summer Camp!

We'll explore everything the Seattle area has to offer from the Woodland Park Zoo to the Museum of Flight, to Pike Place Market and Bellevue Botanical Gardens. Each day is filled with fun and exciting opportunities for your tween to make new friends, have new experiences, continue learning, and most of all, enjoy their summer break!

July 11-August 17     
Tuesday-Thursday | 9 A.M.-4 P.M.
Prices $335/week

Click here to register.

Questions? Please contact your local community center


WEEK 1: 7/11-7/13 | Teamwork Makes the Dream Work
WEEK 2: 7/18-7/20 | The Power of Performance
WEEK 3: 7/25-7/27 |  All Around the World
WEEK 4: 8/1-8/3 |  PNW Basics
WEEK 5: 8/8-8/10 |  Blast from the Past
WEEK 6: 8/15-17 |  The Power of Invention

Click here for full descriptions of each week

2550 34th Ave. W / Seattle 98199



Scholarship applications may be picked up at your local community center. 

Environmental Learning Center Nature Day Camps

Camp Long Environmental
Learning Center

(Camp for Tweens up to 12 years old)

Carkeek Environmental
Learning Center

(Camp for Tweens up to 12 years old)

Discovery Park Environmental Learning Center

(Camp for Tweens up to 12 years old.)

Details are subject to change. Questions? Please contact your local community center.

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ARC and its 36 advisory councils raise support through fundraising events, grants and generous contributions from dedicated individuals and businesses throughout our community. These funds allow us to offer program scholarships and improve service delivery, ensuring equitable access to high quality programming for all Seattle residents.