Parks & Recreation — Programs

Parks & Recreation Director: Ann Barney
After-School Program Supervisor: Alexis Johnson
Summer Camp Supervisor: Barbi Sharrow

The Ashland Parks and Recreation Department offers a variety of facilities. More information is available on the Parks and Recreation main page.

2019 Summer Swim Lesson information & sign-up form here.

2019 Summer Camp calendar and forms are below.

The Ashland Parks and Recreation offers quality and age appropriate programs to Ashland and the surrounding communities:

  • After School Program
  • School Vacation Day Camps
  • Summer Day Camp Program (see below)

After School Program

After School Program Coordinator: Alexis Johnson

The Ashland Parks and Recreation After School Program runs from 2:30 to 5:00pm Monday through Friday, on school days, at the Ashland Booster Club. As part of our daily routine, the children have Snack Time, Homework/Academic Time and free play, as well as structured activities until they are picked up from the program. Each program activity will be tailored to meet the age appropriate needs of its participants.

Registration Materials for the 2017-2018 School Year are listed below. Additional information will be available prior to the start of the school year.

School Vacation Day Camps

Vacation Day Camps are offered during school vacation weeks. Information will be available prior to each vacation week.

Summer Day Camp Program

Summer Camp 2019

The Ashland Parks and Recreation Summer Day Camp Program provides summer programming primarily for the children, with children from surrounding towns accommodated on a space available basis. Our program incorporated academic and enrichment activities while encouraging interpersonal and interpersonal growth in a safe environment.

Programming is designed to encompass the physical, emotional, social, cognitive, and individual needs of each child. These programs and events are designed to incorporate the philosophy that recreation and activities are for everyone, while introducing new experiences and fundamental skills for life-long leisure activities.

Participants of the Summer Day Camp Program are grouped based upon the grade level each child is entering in the fall.