Arranging for responsible supervision of children during summer months when school is no longer in session can be challenging for working parents. We’ve put together a list of recreational options we encourage you to explore. You may be surprised to find that alternatives to school-based recreational programs do exist.
Activity programs are often available through town recreational departments and local civic groups. Organizations such as the YWCA and YMCA, boys and girls clubs, scouting programs, the Police Athletic League (PAL) and even local libraries and churches may offer viable options. County and municipal departments of parks and recreation offer some wonderful low- to no-cost options for children of ALL ages. Other resources may be found in local community programs that serve children and families throughout the year.
Our listing has been organized by county and begins with links that provide information on programs throughout the SEPA area. County-specific programs follow. Find out about summer fun options here!