Summer Playground Program offers kids fun activities - games, arts and crafts - at neighborhood parks, led and supervised by Willamalane staff.
- Free of charge
- Drop-in okay
- 20 spots, daily at each site
- For kids entering grades 1-5
- June 28-August 20, Monday-Thursday
- 10 a.m.-3 p.m.
- Free lunches provided by FOOD for Lane County
- Safety measures will be taken in response to COVID-19. Please don’t attend Summer Playground Program if anyone in the child’s household has been ill with a fever or new cough in the last 10 days. Read more about the Willamalane Safety measures.
Summer Playground Program is sponsored by
Summer Playground Program Sites
Douglas Gardens Park
3455 S. Redwood Drive
Check-in: Tennis courts off Redwood Drive
851 Mill Street
Check-in: At the Picnic Shelter
1300 Hayden Bridge Road
Check-in: At the tennis courts
1276 G Street
Check-in: Doors at the park entrance near Willamalane Park Swim Center
300 S 58th Place
Guy Lee Park
890 Darlene Avenue
When can I register?
Registration information coming soon. Check back to this page for all updates.
How much does it cost for my child to attend?
This program is free to all participants.
Will participants and teachers have to wear masks?
Participants ages five and older must wear a face covering. All staff interacting with patrons must also wear masks while indoors or while unable to maintain a six-foot difference while outdoors.
Will you be tracking any illness symptoms or outbreaks?
We will be checking for symptoms of new coughs or fevers for any participant entering the program area. If we suspect an illness or infection, we will isolate the participant and send them home.
What sanitation procedures are you taking?
We are closely following and staying up-to-date on statewide and industry guidelines to keep our participants, families, and staff safe and follow all current guidelines and recommendations. Read more about the Willamalane Safety measures.
What policies are in place for Willamalane staff taking care of participants?
Read about what safety measures Willamalane staff are taking.