The city of Fort Worth will host Camp Fort Worth for summer 2024 offering a variety of activities for kids at all city community centers.

The details

According to a city news release, camp registration is now open for youth ages 5-13.
  • Dates: June 10-Aug. 2
  • Times: 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.
  • Cost: $65 per week (includes registration and a camp T-shirt; field trips not included)
The news release states that in addition to a variety of activities, each camper will participate in a research-based reading curriculum with 45 minutes of instruction based on best practices provided by a trained literacy support specialist.

What you need to know

The news release states that all city of Fort Worth residents 17 and under receive free annual membership at all city community centers, and a current community center membership card is required. A city of Fort Worth website states that online enrollment ends May 31.

There are various discounts and scholarships available for Camp Fort Worth, according to the news release. Other discount information includes:
  • Discount for multiple children
  • Scholarships available for those who qualify
  • City of Fort Worth employee discount
  • Free week of camp for participants that register and pay in full before May 31
Northpark YMCA is the city of Fort Worth community center in Community Impact’s coverage area. According to a city website, the facility was constructed through a partnership between the city of Fort Worth and the YMCA of Metropolitan Fort Worth.