Durham Parks and Recreation Department | Special Programs/Inclusion Summer Camps information provided by: Durham System of Care

Offers program resources for all ages (children, teens and adults, and mature adults)including: after school, intersession, spring break, fun day and summer camp programs for children ages 5-12. Also offers a variety of teen clubs and classes. Coordinates the Durham Special Olympic programs for youth and adults ages 8 and up, who have developmental disabilities, and buddy sports for children ages 5-13 as lead up to Special Olympic sports. Coordinated the Durham Senior Games program to serve all persons 55 years of age and better. We coordinate a variety of Mature Adults trips, for persons 55 and older. The Durham Parks and Recreation Dept. operates over 60 parks and nearly a dozen Recreation Centers.


Area(s) Served:

Target Group:
Our programs are available for parent/tots through Senior Adults; camps are ages 5-12 and some teen programs 13-21

Fees range for each program cost.

Application Process:
Particiants can register at any DPR site for any programs available. Dpr has implemented a new electronic system that requires participants and family members in the enroll in the system only once.

Eligibility Requirements:
Participants ages 5-21 are required to bring proof of age through birth certificate or any governmental issue document.

Application Wait:
first come, first serve

Service Wait:
first come first serve

Payment/Insurance Accepted:
credit card payments, cash, money order, checks and cashiers checks

ADA Access:

available within programs, not to and from

Record last updated: May 12 2017 11:03AM
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  • Physical Address:
    101 City Hall Plaza
    Durham, NC 27701
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Phone Numbers

  • 919-560-4355


  • (919) 560-4355

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