City of Irvine Camps
The City of Irvine offers many camps year-round for a variety of interests and ages. Registration is available at yourirvine.org. Read below to learn more about all City camps offered throughout the year.
The City of Irvine is offering summer camps as well as classes for kids and adults this season. Browse all programs and sign up at yourirvine.org. Registration for camps is now open; registration for all other summer classes opens May 15.
The City of Irvine is continuing to follow state and local guidelines under the statewide emergency order to keep you and your families safe while enjoying recreational opportunities. Events and programs listed in Inside Irvine will only be conducted if allowed by safety guidelines at the time of the activity. For the most up-to-date information, visit at yourirvine.org.
Registration for summer camps is open now; registration for all other summer classes opens May 15. For the most updated information and class availability, and to sign up, visit yourirvine.org.
Camps will be listed online to best serve the community and provide the most up-to-date information on registration and availability.
- Early childhood classes will be Parent & Me only.
- Children and teen classes will follow existing guidelines for day camps, be small in size to encourage social distancing, discourage the use of sharing equipment among groups, and focus on outdoor programming with safety protocols in place.
Visit yourirvine.org today to see the latest camps and activities for kids.
Parent Protocols for Summer Activities
The City of Irvine is excited to offer modified recreational programming for the public! Our collective health is our top priority. Learn more about what we've put in place to keep our kids and community safe, and how you can help, here.
Participant Permission and Medical Form
Please note: Before registering for camps, make sure you've set up an account at yourirvine.org, added your children to your account, and filled out a Participant Permission and Medical Form. The City requires emergency contact and essential medical information from each camp participant. One form per family is good for the entire calendar year.