Park’n It Day Camp and Leaders-in-Training Program

Registration for the Ardenwood Week of Park’n It Day Camp (July 26th – 30th) is now open. Financial Aid is available through our Camperships. Call our Reservations line at 1-888-EBPARKS (888-327-2757), option 2 or Register Online.
Contact Recreation Coordinator Morgan Evans at for further inquiries.

Park’n It Day Camp | The Leaders-in-Training (LIT)

Park’n It Day Camp

Park’n It Day Camp is a traditional Summer day camp program that takes place Monday to Friday from 9am to 4pm in various East Bay Regional Parks. Camps feature hands-on experiences under the care of our highly-trained staff of recreation leaders, lifeguards, and naturalists. 

Your child will learn about our park ecology, play games, make art projects, go fishing, hiking, and swimming, and enjoy field trips to other parks.

Ages: 5 to 12 years old 

Financial Aid is available. Print out and mail in the downloadable PDF form below, or call 1-(888)-327-2757, option 2 to have one sent to you. Complete the form and send it in. If you are awarded a scholarship, our Reservations staff will call you to complete registration. You must complete registration with Reservations and pay the $20 co-pay in order to qualify.

Registration: Check back for updates.

Park’n It Day Camp is part of the Healthy Parks Healthy People initiative. We believe when kids engage in active outdoor recreation in parks, they grow into healthy and eco-literate adults who care about parks and the environment. For more info visit

If you have any questions about Park’n It Day Camp please contact the Recreation Coordinator, at If you have questions about Financial Aid please call 1.888.EBPARKS and press ‘option 2.’

Financial aid NOT available for online registrations.

The Leaders-in-Training (LIT) 

Thank you for your interest in our The Leaders-in-Training (LIT)  program. We regret that we must cancel our Day Camp LIT program for the 2021 season. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. We look forward to running it in 2022. In the meantime, stay safe and enjoy your parks responsibly.
Outdoor Recreation Team