City of Lakewood Summer Camps

480 S. Allison ParkwayLakewood, CO 80226
Phone: 303-987-7800
Business Hours: 9am - 5pmEmail: AllSan@Lakewood.orgWebsite: Visit Website Google Map

Our goal is to provide exceptional facilities and programs that make the City of Lakewood an outstanding place to live, like Summer Camps. Make summer fun with the City of Lakewood! Kids and teens can take part in a variety of annual summer camps.

Summer camps include: 

  • arts
  • dance
  • history
  • outdoors
  • sports
  • STEM 


  • Register online or by phone at 303-987-5400
  • View the catalog online or pick up a copy at any Lakewood arts, parks and recreation facility. 
  • Summer camp registration will open February 13, 2024 at 10am for residents and February 15, 2024 at 10am for nonresidents online.
  • A guide listing all Lakewood camps will be available online and in print at all Lakewood facilities at the end of January.



We believe that all residents should have access to the city of Lakewood’s programs and facilities, regardless of income. If you are a Lakewood resident in need of financial assistance in order to participate, review the application information and apply for the Lakewood Possibilities Fund online. 


Community Resources for the City of Lakewood provides arts, parks and recreation activities for the community. We are committed to providing high quality park, recreation, family and cultural services and facilities that inspire enjoyment, learning and wellness in the lives of those who live, work and play in Lakewood. To learn more, visit us online.

View a full listing of programs and activities here.


  • The Heritage, Culture and the Arts division in Lakewood offers classes, exhibits, tours and a myriad of special events. 
  • The Lakewood Cultural Center hosts a 320-seat theater, rotating art exhibits, classes for all ages and an annual series of performances as well as partnered performances by local organizations.
  • Heritage Lakewood Belmar Park is a 20th-century history park, museum and festival experience that celebrates our community. It is home to 15 historic buildings, more than 40,000 artifacts, rotating and permanent exhibits, a festival area and an outdoor amphitheater. 
  • Washington Heights Arts Center is a renovated early 20th-century schoolhouse that enriches the community by offering arts opportunities for all ages. Classes and workshops for all abilities are offered in pottery, weaving, drawing, painting, fibers, jewelry and metals, mosaics and more. 


Lakewood is home to 114 parks and 240 miles of trails, totaling over 7,400 acres of open space. Parks include the popular Bear Creek Lake Park and William F. Hayden Park on Green Mountain. From hiking and biking to swimming and boating, Bear Creek Lake Park offers something for everyone. 


Lakewood Recreation is home to four recreation centers, two golf courses, a community center and hundreds of classes, programs and events. Visitors can utilize a variety of exercise equipment, join fitness classes, enjoy pools and splash pads, drop-in for sports or join a league. 


The City of Lakewood offers camps for kids and teens throughout the year including camps timed with most school calendars and covering Spring, Summer and Winter Break camps.