Youth Summer Programming


Community Centers

Jefferson Memorial Forest

Locust Grove



Registration is now available at all selected sites.  Please call the camp site for registration times, and documentation needed for registering campers. 

From June 11 through August 3, Louisville Parks and Recreation is offering summer camps at six of its twelve community centers. Registration is now available for all Community Center camp locations. Camps run Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. (early bird drop-off hours are available at some locations; please contact site for more details). For more information, such as registration times and documentation needed for registering campers, please contact the camp site of your choice listed below. Summer Camp information is also available by calling (502) 574-3527 or by e-mailing us at 

This year’s camp theme, “Amazing Adventures”, reflects an array of daily on-site programs focusing on fitness, the arts, the environment and education. Camp programs are designed for all children in the community between the ages of  6 and 12. Featured activities include: Youth Health Initiative Program; Reds Rookie Success League; weekly field trips, special programs and daily on-site activities.  Youths and teens will have the opportunity to socialize, make new friends, and build relationships in a safe, fun-filled environment.

Summer Youth Program Locations - 2018

Community   Centers


Registration Fee

Reduced Fee

Address Phone Supervisor Manager
Baxter 80 N/A

$40/All Summer

1125 Cedar Court 40203 502/574-2670

Rene' Douglas

Matt Wilhelm
Beechmont 55  $20 Registration fee + $80 weekly $60 205 W. Wellington Ave. 40214 502/361-5484 Tonya Cowden Kevin Kenny
Berrytown  20 N/A  $20/Month
$40/All Summer
1300 Heafer Rd. 40223 502/456-8148 BJ Levis BJ Levis
California 80 N/A  

$40/All Summer

1600 West Saint Catherine St. 40210 502/574-2658 Mark Hoover Matt Wilhelm

Cyril Allgeier 

(Camp is full!)

60 $20 Registration fee + $80 weekly $60 4101 Cadillac Court  40213 502/456-3261 Adam Barrett Matt Wilhelm
Douglass  60  $20 Registration fee + $80 weekly $60 2305 Douglass Blvd.  40205 502/456-8120 Tim A. Jones Matt Wilhelm
Newburg 30 N/A $20/Month
$40/All Summer
4810 Exeter Ave. 40218 502/456-8122 Steve Edwards Matt Wilhelm
Parkhill 200 N/A $20/Month
$40/All Summer 
1703 S. Thirteenth St.  40210 502/637-3044 Sandra Shepard Matt Wilhelm
Portland 60 N/A $20/Month
$40/All Summer
640 N. 27th St.  40212   502/776-0913 Kyle Dock Matt Wilhelm
Camp Edwards Education Complex 40 N/A $20/Month
$40/All Summer
701 S. Hancock St, 40203 502/574-7275 Raymond Brooks Matt Wilhelm
Shawnee 40 N/A $20/Month
$40/All Summer
607 South 37th St. 40211 502/775-5268 Don Trowell Matt Wilhelm
Southwick 60  $20 Registration fee + $65 weekly $45 3621 Southern Ave. 40211 502/775-6598 Deidre Polk Matt Wilhelm
Sun Valley (Camp is Full!) 60 $20 Registration Fee + $80 weekly $60 6505 Bethany Ln.  40272 502/937-8802 Dana Delepierre Kevin Kinney

South Louisville
(Camp is Full!)

60 $20 Registration fee + $65 weekly $45 2911 Taylor Blvd. 40208 502/574-3206 Laneisha Beasley Matt Wilhelm



Other Summer Camp fee information:

  • Must have valid driver’s license; must have child’s/teen’s birth certificate to register. 
  • Out of county residents will pay an additional $10 per week per child; additional $10 for registration fee. 
  • Includes (1) one free camp t-shirt
  • Registration fee and 1st week’s fee must be paid at time of registration.
  • Reduced fees available for those who qualify (must provide verification for reduced fee).
  • All field trips included in summer camp fee. 
  • Check, money order, and cash accepted (must have exact cash amount).




Louisville Parks and Recreation, a nationally accredited parks and recreation agency, manages 120 parks and six parkways on more than 13,000 acres of land, and operates recreation programs for all ages.  Its mission is to create a City of Parks where people can play, learn, grow and be healthy.  The mission is accomplished by taking care of all parks properties and creating new ones, by providing safe and diverse recreational programs, and by protecting our public lands and resources for future generations.