Kid’s Summer Camp at UNC Wellness Centers at NW Cary

This summer, enroll your child in the Kid’s Summer Camp at The UNC Wellness Centers at NW Cary! This series of  week-long camps will provide rising 1st-8th graders with a fun, healthy option while they are out of school. The Camp will consist of activities such as rock climbing, swimming, turf field games, fun exercise classes, and healthy cooking sessions.  Space is limited, so sign up today!  We have increased our capacity to 50! Please register at the front desk. Call  919-957-5900 for more information.

Camp Sessions: Monday – Friday

Week 1:  June 19 – June 23

Week 2:  June 26 – June 30

(No Camp Week of July 3 – 7)

Week 3: July 10 – July 14

Week 4:  July 17 – July 21

Week 5:  July 24 – July 28

Week 6:  July 31 – August 4

Week 7:  August 7 – August 11

8 am-5:15 pm, Monday-Friday

Pick-up and Drop-Off Procedures:

Children may be dropped off at either early drop off or late drop off with no additional fee incurred.  Early drop off is 7:45-8:00 am, late drop off is 8:45-9:00 am. Please RSVP as to your desired drop off time.  You can email Paula directly at  Your child(ren) must be picked between 4:45-5:15 pm. Parents/guardians must park their vehicle and walk their child(ren) into camp and sign their child(ren) in each day.   Please do not park in the fire lane.  If you would like extended care which extends to 6:00 pm the additional cost is $5.00 per day.


Members: $225 per child, per week
Non-members $250 per child, per week
10% Sibling Discount

Summer Swimming Guidelines

  • On swimming activity days, each camper should bring a swimsuit.
  • Swimmers must wear proper attire, i.e. swimming suits or trunks. No denim or cotton shorts are allowed.
  • Undergarments are not allowed under swimsuits for health & sanitation reasons.
  • Lycra swim shirts or rash guards are permissible. Cotton t-shirts may not be worn in the water.
  • Flotation devices, such as Puddle Jumpers, water wings, or lifejackets are not allowed.
  • If the camper cannot pass the swim test, they must stay in the 3½ foot depth of the pool area.
  • Campers may bring goggles that cover the eyes only.
  • Swim masks that cover the nose & snorkels are not allowed.
  • Campers may bring a pool toy to play with. Individual items must be clearly labeled with the camper’s name.
  • If summer camp staff or a lifeguard deems that a toy is unsafe or inappropriate for pool play time, it will be confiscated and returned to the parent at the end of the camp day.

The swim test that allows children to play in the deeper areas of the pool (4-9 feet) consists of:

  • Jump feet first into water over the head in depth
  • Level off and swim 25 feet on the surface of the water
  • Stop and turn around 180 degrees
  • Resume swimming on the surface of the water, and return to the starting place.