Warrensburg Parks & Rec Quest Summer Day Camp has some great field trips planned for the second half of the summer. And there's still time to get your kids involved.

This Friday, July 9, Quest Summer Day Camp campers will be enjoying an ice cream party at the Warrensburg Sonic. On Friday, July 16, campers will be holding a Carnival at the Community Center. Campers will hit the trampolines at Sky-Zone in Lee's Summit on Friday, July 23. And on Friday, August 6, camp attendees will get to see parts of Kauffman Stadium that many don't get to see.

There are still opportunities to sign your children up for a day or week of camp. The daily rate is $30.00. And the weekly rate for campers is $105.00. These rates include the cost of field trips, as well as breakfast, lunch, and a snack. There is also a $35.00 registration fee which will be added to the above fees when you sign your child up for camp.

Quest Summer Day Camp has three groups with different grade levels and runs through August 20.

In addition to the field trips, campers will experience themed weeks, swimming, playing at the park, exploring nature, guest speakers, fun educational experiences, arts and crafts, games, time in the gym, Nintendo Switch tournaments, and more.

You can register for Quest Summer Day Camp online here, by calling (660) 747-7178, or by stopping in at the front desk of the Warrensburg Community Center. This is the perfect opportunity to get your kids out of the house to have fun with both old and new friends!

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