City of Roswell Will Commence their Summer Camps the Week of May 25

City of Roswell Will Commence their Summer Camps the Week of May 25

Consistent with Kemp’s executive order allowing summer day camps to begin operating if they meet specific criteria, the City of Roswell will commence their summer camps the week of May 25. For the safety of staff and all attendees, camps and other summer programming will be operated with strict compliance to the governor’s order and state and federal public health guidelines.  To register for the City of Roswell’s summer camps, visit

Download the 2020 Summer in Roswell Program brochure for more details.  The Roswell Adaptive Recreation programs are described in greater detail on pages 49 to 52. .  For more information on any of the adaptive programs or to register please visit

The following adaptive recreation programs are designed for participants with developmental and/or physical disabilities.  They have Movie Nights and Social Programs for ages ranges from 12 to 18 years and up.   The Sports and Fitness programs include baseball, bocce, paddle boarding and aquatics for age ranges from 5 to17 years.

The Roswell Adaptive Friendship Camp is for children with special needs (autism, ADD/ADHD, intellectual disabilities, orthopedically impaired and more). Camp activities will include fun, interactive programing, including social interaction with peers.  There is arts and crafts, outdoor time,  and gross motor activities in the gym.  Water play and field trips to various locations in Roswell like the Splash Park, fire department, library and more. Day camp groups will be divided by age and ability level. Participants must be able to function in a group of 8 –10 or a group of 4 – 5 campers who need more adult support to address behaviors and daily living skills. Their highly trained staff will create a structured and supportive environment that fosters positive social and life skills. Ages: 4 to 17 years. Register online at  For more information, please contact Mary at
[email protected].

Courtesy of City of Roswell Adaptive Programs and  Kathleen Sturgeon, Patch StaffG