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City park systems make summer camp affordable

Posted January 23

Believe it or not, it's summer camp search season.

If you're looking for affordable options to fill up your kids' summers with fun and educational activities, camps run by municipal parks systems in the region offer some great ones. In Raleigh, for instance, full-day summer camps start at as little as $30 or $60 per week, depending on the location.

Here are links to local parks departments that have posted their summer camp brochures for 2017. Registration for some begins in the next few weeks.

City of Raleigh summer camps

City of Durham summer camps

Town of Cary summer camps

Town of Chapel Hill summer camps

Town of Carrboro summer camps

Town of Apex summer camps

Town of Holly Springs summer camps

Summer camps offered by Wake County's parks, recreation and open space camps department

Town of Fuquay-Varina summer camps

Town of Knightdale summer camps

Our camp guide lists more summer camp options across the region.

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