Summer Day Camps

Summer Day Camps will look a little bit different this year. Group sizes will be smaller to accommodate social distancing, campers and leaders will wear masks and temperature checks for campers will take place at the start of each program day. Camp will be held at Cooper Gulch and the Municipal Auditorium.

Camp Muni

Where: Municipal Auditorium (1120 F St.)  
WhenJune 14th - August 6th, 2021
Hours of OperationMonday – Friday, 8am – 5pm 
Age5 – 12 years 

Fees: $120/week for Eureka Residents
$130/week for Non-Residents 
No refunds or pro-rates for missed days or weeks. 

Scholarships: To qualify for a scholarship, proof of eligibility is required. Scholarship funds are limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis.

Registration: Registration for Camp Muni will begin Monday, May 3rd

  1. By phone by calling the Adorni Center at 707-441-4248; 
  2.  In person at the Adorni Center, Monday - Friday 9am - 7pm.  Face masks/coverings are required and must cover both nose and mouth for entry.  Please enter on the Bay Side of the building.

Registration is on a first come, first served basis and all children must be pre-registered prior to attending. There is no on-site registration.

All activities are supervised by City of Eureka Recreation Staff. Children are checked in and out daily and are not permitted to leave without prior parental consent.

For more information contact the Recreation Division at 707.441.4244.

Camp Cooper

Where: Cooper Gulch (1720 10th St.)  

: June 14th - August 6th, 2021

Hours of Operation
: Monday – Friday, 8am – 5pm

5 – 12 years


Registration: Application is available by clicking here.  Deadline to apply is May 21, 2021.

What is Camp Cooper? The City of Eureka was awarded funding through the California State Parks Habitat Conservation Grant Funding Program. The awarded grant funding enabled the City to expand Camp Cooper from a recreational day camp, to an outdoor environmental education day camp, with more environmental focused opportunities and activities, higher staffing levels and extended program hours.

 Applying to Camp Cooper - This camp is designed to be a resource for low-income and disadvantaged youth and their families. Since there are limited spaces in this program, Eureka Recreation has changed the process from families needing to stand in line on a first-come, first-served basis, and instead created a competitive application process for families based on level of need that will secure a spot for the entire summer. There are three different criteria for your family to qualify: receipt of public assistance, income eligibility, and special hardship circumstances.

For more information contact the Recreation Division at 707.441.4244 or by email at