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Park Programs For Summer

June 2020

City of Lakewood
Mayfair Pool Aquatics Program to Open With Coronavirus Safety Precautions

The 2020 Lakewood summer aquatics program will open at Mayfair Pool on Monday, July 13, offering only programming which fits within guidelines provided by the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health.

McCormick Pool will not be open, due to the increased costs for staffing and coronavirus safety precautions required to operate. Although many neighboring cities are not opening their pools at all this summer, the City of Lakewood has worked hard to provide as many swim activities as possible in the current environment, and hopes to return to normal operations at both pools next summer.

Programs offered at Mayfair Pool include:
Lap Swim for participants age 16 and older
Water Aerobics and Aqua Zumba classes
Swim Lessons for children ages 6 months and older

Please refer to the attached schedule and contact information, including Adaptive swim lessons for those with special needs, such as
hearing, visual, or developmental disabilities, age 3 and over.

All activities will require pre-registration. Registration opens July 4 for residents and July 7 for non-residents. 562-804-4256
City Hall RCS
5050 Clark Ave
Lakewood, CA 90712

All classes will maintain proper social distancing and capacity limits for the facility. Before entering the facility, participants must complete a health screening, including a temperature check, and will be required to wear a facemask to and from pool activities. The mask will not be required while in the water. There will be no open swim sessions due to physical distancing requirements.


MESSAGE FROM LA COUNTY PARKS:REGISTER FOR FREE AND REDUCED-COST SUMMER CAMPS AT LA COUNTY PARKS

In the HRC area, Alondra Park in Lawndale, Del Aire in Hawthorne, Victoria Park in Carson, and Don Knabe Park in Cerritos are among the locations.

Full scholarships and subsidized fees available thanks to the support of the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors. COVID-19 health and safety guidelines implemented for everyone's safety.

Visit our website to register for summer camps, check availability of scholarships, read full description of camps, and learn about COVID-19 safety health guidelines.

  • Full-day Camps like ESTEAM (environment, science, engineering, arts and math) and Recreation Adventures.
  • Mini-Camps for cheer, sport-drills (non-contact), fitness, arts and crafts, e-Sports, and leadership and specialty options, with morning (9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.) or afternoon (1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.) options.
  • Our SPOT teen camps at 11 park sites from 2:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. with free activities and workshops for youth.

Camps operate Monday through Friday, in 3 two-week sessions:
· Session 2: July 20-31
Register by: July 13
· Session 3: August 3-14
Register by: July 27

To ensure the safety of all participants and staff, all camps will adhere to COVID-19 summer camp health guidelines that include physical distancing, cleaning, and the inclusion of personal protective equipment required for both staff and participants. Campers will be assigned to stable groupings during each session. County staff has been trained by the Public Health Department on the protocols required for summer camps.
The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors is subsidizing the LA County Parks 2020 Summer Camps by offering scholarships at a free or discounted rate (from 50% to 100%) at selected sites. The availability of these scholarships is limited and on a first-come-first-served basis.