Show All Answers
We had to revised our summer camps programs due to the restrictions set forth by the Alameda County Public Health Department (ACPHD) and the COVID-19 pandemic.
Yes, please register at www.RegeRec.com
We have a variety of camps. Please check our website for the latest details. www.Fremont.gov/RecGuide.
No, camps are now in 3-week sessions in order to maintain a stable bubble per the Alameda County Public Health Department (ACPHD)
Visit www.RegeRec.com. Click on “activities” tab to browse for courses. Sign in or create an account. Add activities to your cart and check out
Submit completed registration for via email to RegeRec@fremont.gov.
Credit/Debit card Only (Visa/Mastercard)
3300 Captiol Avenue Building B. Fremont CA 94538 (Attn: Recreation Services)
Not yet. However, staff is available by phone and email to answer questions during office hours. Please email RegeRec@fremont.gov or call (510) 494-4300.
A unit of counselor to camper ratio of 2:12. Camp Pods will not intermingle with other Camp Pods at the same site. The Camp Pod idea is in alignment with the “stable bubble” mandate released by the ACPHD for children in camp or extracurricular programs.
View our COVID-19 Safety Plan at www.Fremont.gov/Recreation
You may register for the Revised Summer Camp program and use the credit on your account. Or request a refund to RegeRec@fremont.gov
Please call us at (510) 494-4300 or email RegeRec@fremont.gov
No, but it is highly recommended
Yes, staff are required to wear masks/face coverings
Yes, masks/face coverings are required to enter the facility and for drop/off pickup.
Each camp pod will have 2:12 staff to camper ratio. View the Safety Plan at www.Fremont.gov/Recreation for more details.
We have implemented new safety measures in accordance with the guidelines from the Alameda County Public Health Department
View the full safety plan at www.Fremont.gov/Recreation
Yes. Upon arrival, camp participants must receive a health screening, which includes taking their temperature with a non-contact thermometer. Participants must not have a temperature of 100.4°F or higher. View the Safety Plan at www.Fremont.gov/Recreation for more details.
Currently, extended care is only offered for Aqua Camp. If you are interested in registering for extended care, please share your feedback with us via email at RegeRec@fremont.gov
Due to the Covid-19 Pandemic we have implemented a Covid Kit Fee of $39. This fee is intended to offset some of the increased costs to maximize safety and meet the requirements of the Alameda County Public Health Department. The fee covers the following: individual art supply kits, washable face masks, additional on-site PPE and cleaning supplies, and additional staff
Check our website at Fremont.gov/Recreation or follow us on social media!
No, campers must remain in their camp pod.
Yes, if the child did not attend camp.