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.
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.
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.
Participants ages 5-21 are required to bring proof of age through birth certificate or any governmental issue document.
first come, first serve
first come first serve
credit card payments, cash, money order, checks and cashiers checks
Record last updated:
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May 12 2017 11:03AM