The City of Greeley Recreation will host its first sneak peek of summer camp offerings at the Summer Showcase on Friday, April 26 from 4 to 7 p.m. at the Greeley Recreation Center.

Greeley Recreation offers a variety of camps during June, July, and August. This year’s summer line-up is extensive, with programs including baseball, tennis, climbing, swim lessons, ice hockey, figure skating, junior golf, and multi-sport camps.

They also partner with local organizations, such as Skyhawks, for basketball, volleyball, flag football, a SuperTots Sampler, and beginning cheer, NorCo Rush and Challenger soccer.

Youth will be able to experience several summer camps for ages 2-14 before they enroll. Parents can get a discount on camps at the event.


  • Bring a suit for swim lesson testing
  • Boulder on our indoor climbing wall
  • Lace up some ice skates and slide on the synthetic ice
  • Learn to shoot a hockey puck in the net
  • Practice your tennis technique with Tennis Pro Todd Edwards
  • Shoot a few hoops

Meet staff leading more than 15 sports-based camps.

“We decided to showcase every possible camp we have this summer so parents can get a better feel for what their children will enjoy by allowing them to try them out,” said Zach Kilimann, Sports and Programs supervisor. “There are so many options that it can be difficult to decide, and this way, young athletes are exposed to things they may not have readily chosen.”

The option to have your child tested for the appropriate level of swim lessons to take this summer will make the visit to the event worth it. The Summer Showcase at the Greeley Recreation Center, located at 651 10th  Avenue, is free to attend and open to residents and non-residents.

Release Date:
April 19, 2024