What can kids do this summer in Tuscaloosa? Camps offer activities

With the end of the school year and summer vacation just around the corner, some parents may be wondering: What is there to do in Tuscaloosa during the summer?

Tuscaloosa has several summer camp options, including camps offered by the Tuscaloosa County Park and Recreation Authority, the Kentuck Art Center, Theater Tuscaloosa, the YMCA, and the University of Alabama.

PARAKids summer day camp

The Tuscaloosa County Park and Recreation Authority is offering summer camp for children from May 30 through August 8.

The camp, held every weekday from 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., is for students attending kindergarten through sixth grade.

The Belk, Faucett, Miller, Phelps, and Tingle Activity Centers will host the camp. Campers will swim, visit indoor and outdoor playgrounds, and hike through park green spaces and nature trails. Excursions are also on the program.

The cost is $105 per week for PARA members or $135 for non-members, with a $25 registration fee that covers administrative costs and a camp T-shirt.

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