Kids Can Adventure Anew in 2022

Rockville’s 2022 summer camps are back. Mark your calendars and be ready to choose your own adventure. Registration will open Thursday, March 10.

Rockville’s summer activities will feature games, crafts and water activities outdoors, whenever possible.

Activities will include sports, cooking, Croydon Creek Nature Camps, music, drama, science, teen programs and park adventures. Camps will be open to residents and nonresidents.

Visit www.rockvillemd.gov/camps for more information, see the “Summer Camps 2022” guide when it publishes in March digitally at www.rockvillemd.gov/life, or in print at City Hall, community centers and other facilities.

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