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Note: Scroll down for more information on our NEW Media Camp and Etiquette Essentials Camp

Summer Pfun Camp

Choose from 10 weeks of camp
First Week: Begins Monday, June 6
Camp Ends:  Friday, August 12
Times: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
(Extended drop-off hours 7:30 a.m. and pickup at 5:30 p.m)
Register: Both registration dates begin at 8 a.m. online and in-person
Monday, March 28 for residents inside the legal city limits
Monday, April 4 for all other non-residents

Note: Online registration is closed. We have very few openings left in our 5th and 6th grade Fireballs group. Please contact the front desk, 512-990-6350, to get the most up-to-date availability and to also be added to the wait lists for any of our other age groups. 

2016 Summer Pfun Camp schedule (tentative)

Printer-friendly 2016 Summer Pfun Camp registration packet

$110/week for Pflugerville Residents (Grades 1st - 6th) / Short week $88
$130/week for Non-Residents (Grades 1st - 6th) / Short week $104

$130/week for Residents for Teen Camp / Short week $104
$150/week for Non-Residents for Teen Camp / Short week $120

Summer Pfun Camp Age Groups
Lemonhead Campers

Note: Groups are determined by what grade your child will be entering in the Fall.


1st - 2nd grade (must be six years old and completed Kindergarten)

3rd - 4th grade

5th - 6th grade

Ages 12 - 15 (must be 12 years old and entering 7th grade before camp starts) 
$130/week for Residents for Teen Camp 
$150/week for Non-Residents for Teen Camp

Note: Not all persons with Pflugerville on their postal address are within our city limits. Residency is determined by streets that are listed inside the legal city limits. Please verify with staff if there is a question. email: | call: (512) 990-6350

Camp Activities Include:
Field trips, organized games, city library time, paddle boats, mini-golf, balloon ping pong, assist at Pfarmers Market, visits to Lake Pflugerville, swimming at city pools, cookouts, arts and crafts, movies, various service projects and more.

Field Trip Schedule (subject to change):
Week 1 - Austin Zoo and Animal Sanctuary
Week 2 - Landa Park
Week 3 - Mount Bonnell and Mayfield Park
Week 4 - Longhorn Caverns
Week 5 - Enchanted Rock, Inks Lake State Park, Newman Castle (Note: 4-day week/holiday)
Week 6 - Dr. Pepper Museum
Week 7 - The Thinkery (Teens: Jumpstreet Trampolines)
Week 8 - Cedar Park Science Museum
Week 9 - Chapparal Ice Skating
Week 10 - Reunion Ranch

Youth Scholarship Program
This program is available to students who:
  • Are enrolled in a free or reduced-cost lunch program (must provide proof or current year's tax form)
  • Live within the city limits (address listed on a utility bill submitted with application will be used to verify residency)
  • Attend a PfISD school 
Complete the application and turn in to the Recreation Center front desk. For information call 512-990-6355 or email . Space is limited. Youth Scholarship Program Application


New for Summer 2016:  Media Camp
Ages 9 to 15 years
Time:  9 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Cost:  $145 per person, per week, plus $10 supply fee

June 20 - 24
July 18 - 22
August 8 - 12

One week of daily lessons on how to shoot and edit video. All equipment will be provided. Class will be held in the kitchen at the Recreation Center. Sign up early for the June class during Spring Pfling on Saturday, March 19, from 12 p.m. to 3 p.m. only -- and get a jump on your summer plans! Instructor: Nader Nanjiani of the RARE Learning program.

New for Summer:  Etiquette Essentials for Kids
Ages 7 - 11 years old
Date:  July 11 - 15
Time:  10 a.m. - 12 p.m.
Cost:  $125 for the 5-day camp
Registration opens on Wednesday, May 4 at 8 a.m.

Your child will develop more confidence and learn proper social skills. The camp will be held at the Recreation Center. Topics include the art of listening, correspondence and communication skills, introductions, poise and posture, art and music appreciation, and table manners. A light snack and drink will be provided each day. Students will participate in a multi-course luncheon on the last day of camp.