Summer camps now registering

April 15, 2021

Prosper’s lineup of upcoming summer camps promises to provide so much indoor and outdoor fun, lively mental challenges, entertaining magical intrigue, and all-around enjoyment and delight, that kids will resist missing even one day.

Joining the traditional outdoor sports-related camps will be Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) enrichment programs, and magic camp to provide a full array of engaging, fulfilling programming. Descriptions, dates, times, locations, and rates are available at with camps beginning the week of June 7.

“It’s an exciting time at Parks and Recreation,” said Dudley Raymond, Director of Parks and Recreation. “The increased interest in programs, both inside and outside, tells us it will be a really fun summer for kids in Prosper as recreation returns to family life.”

Financial assistance for Prosper kids to attend camps is available through the Parks and Recreation Scholarship Program. Applications in English and Spanish can be found at and or at 409 E. First Street. Scholarships are funded by donations as well as the proceeds from the Kids’ Christmas Shoppe, set for another run during the 2021 Prosper Christmas Festival scheduled for Saturday, Dec. 4 at Prosper Town Hall.

This year’s summer camp lineup includes:

  • Bowmen Sports – a group of well-respected coaches who love what they do, offering quality sports programs since 2004. Morning and afternoon camps include beginner golf; baseball; dodgeball; flag football; rookies multi-sport; and speed sports.
  • Bricks4Kidz – believing there’s a scientist or mathematician in every single student and striving to inspire at every workshop. Full day camps are Super Hero Academy/Sports Fanatic; Cruising the Jungle/Game On; and Animals Through Time/Galaxy Far Away.
  • Dallas Magic Academy – using the process of learning how to perform magic, the national program is specially designed to teach key life skills. Choose from half or full days: Purple Wand; and Magic Adventure.
  • Destination Science – offering such a fun time that kids won’t realize they’re attending an educational program. Full day options include Megabot & Movie Makers; and Millennium Starship Explorers.
  • Engineering for Kids – STEM enrichment that’s engaging and fun. Half and full day include 3D Printing: Minecraft Creations; Forensic Investigators; Minecraft EDU Medieval Redstone; UAV Drones – Out of this World Camp; and U-Tube Fever Fortnite Island.
  • Year-round camps – summer sessions include Soccer Sparks by USSF Nationally Certified coaches and tennis (youth and adult) by former UNT tennis head coach David Gray, National USTA team qualifier Nick Strohla, and assistants. These camps offer exercise, fun and instruction in an encouraging atmosphere.

Questions regarding summer camps can be directed to Jonathan Weeks, Recreation Specialist, at or by calling 972-569-1057. Information regarding the scholarship program can be directed to Trevor Helton, Recreation Supervisor, at or by calling 972-568-1064.

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