Coronavirus COVID-19 Update

During the COVID-19 pandemic, the safety of our patrons & staff is at the forefront of all our decisions, in addition to our duty to remain fiscally responsible to our residents. For detailed information, please visit our web page dedicated to Coronavirus COVID-19 Updates, which will be continually updated as conditions change. Additionally, please check our website and social media – Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter – for the most updated information.


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No Name Teen Camp

EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION APRIL 6-8

Only for campers who were registered in NNTC & CSQ 2020.

Registration Begins April 12 for Residents
Registration Begins April 19 for Nonresidents


No Name Teen Camp is for teens who are looking for new and exciting ways to spend the summer! We understand that No Name Teen Camp will look different this summer, but it is our goal to offer and maintain the quality and high standards you have come to love! Our focus of offering a safe space for your teens to be healthy, active, make new friends, and create memories remains the same.

Age: Campers who are entering 6th-9th Grade in the Fall
Camper’s Daily Needs: Backpack with swimsuit, towel, sunscreen, water bottle, lunch and beverage



Current Field Trip & Aquatic Park Information

(Subject to change due to the Restore Illinois Guidelines)


  • Camp plans to travel on field trips this summer! At this time, logistics and destinations are being finalized, such as where we will be going, and how frequent. But as of now, the plan is to go! More information will be provided as we receive it, and we will be posting the trips as they are confirmed.
  • At this time No Name Teen Camp will not be attending Sea Lion Aquatic Park, but will be trying to visit local aquatic parks for field trips!


Covid-19 Policies & Procedures

  • No Name Teen Camp follows the guidance provided by the CDC, the IDPH and the Restore Illinois Guidelines. As the guidelines are updated camp plans will do the same.
  • All campers and staff are required to wear a face covering at all times while at camp. This includes drop-off and pick-up, as well as during activities. The only time campers and staff may remove their face covering is when eating lunch, drinking, and while in the water at the pool. Further information will be provided in the camp manual.
  • Campers and staff will be provided with access to hand sanitizer and washing stations, and will be required to use them upon arrival at camp and throughout the day.
  • Parents, campers and staff are asked to self-assess on a daily basis before coming to camp.


Week Date Day Time R / NR Reg. By
1 June 7 - June 11 M-F 9:00am-5:00pm $199 / $298 May 31
2 June 14 - June 18 M-F 9:00am-5:00pm $199 / $298 June 7
3 June 21 - June 25 M-F 9:00am-5:00pm $199 / $298 June 14
4 June 28 - July 2 M-F 9:00am-5:00pm $199 / $298 June 21
5 July 5 - July 9 M-F 9:00am-5:00pm $199 / $298 June 28
6 July 12 - July 16 M-F 9:00am-5:00pm $199 / $298 July 5
7 July 19 - July 23 M-F 9:00am-5:00pm $199 / $298 July 12
8 July 26 - July 30 M-F 9:00am-5:00pm $199 / $298 July 19
9 Aug. 2 - Aug. 6 M-F 9:00am-5:00pm $199 / $298 July 26
10 Aug. 9 - Aug. 13 M-F 9:00am-5:00pm $199 / $298 Aug. 2
AM Extended Hours Week R / NR Fee Drop-Off Location
7:15am-9:00am 1-10 $25 / $38 per week Community Park Bandshell
PM Extended Hours Week R / NR Fee Reg. By
5:00pm-6:00pm 1-10 $17 / $26 per week Community Park Bandshell
*Campers can sign up for Camp Summer Quest PM Extended Hours
Fees increase by $20 after the registration deadline.
Minimum Enrollment is 8. Maximum Enrollment is 20.


No Name Teen Camp Refund Policy

  • Full refund minus the service fee ($5.00) if request is made on or before the registration deadline for each session.
  • 50% refund minus the service fee ($5.00) if request is made after the registration deadline for the session through the Saturday before each session.
  • No refund the day of or after the session starts.


Questions? Contact Erica Wise, Athletic & Youth Camp Manager at ewise@lisleparkdistrict.org.


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ADA Accomdation or Assistance for Programming

The Lisle Park District welcomes and supports the participation of individuals with special needs in all programs, activities, and services. If any person wishing to participate in a Lisle Park District program has special needs that must be accommodated to enable participation, that person (or parent/guardian) must notify the Park District. The Lisle Park District will do what is reasonably possible to satisfy those needs.


Steps To Secure ADA Acommodations or Assistance:
  • 1. It is recommended to register for program(s) at least 2 weeks prior to program start date.
  • 2. Submit a request for ADA Accommodation or Assistance in any program. This request is required at time of registration. Please fill out the assistance or accommodations section on our program registration form.
    Request includes, but is not limited to: Inclusion Aides, Sign Language Interpreters, Adaptive Equipment and Accessible Transportation.
  • 3. Parent/Guardian will be contacted within 48 hours of registration to discuss and determine level of support needed. We will do our very best, but we can’t guarantee an aide will be secured prior to the program start date.
  • 4. If we are able to secure an aide, SEASPAR (South East Association for Special Parks And Recreation) or the AIDE will contact you. For more information about SEASPAR, visit seaspar.org.
  • 5. For more information, or if you have not heard anything a day prior to the program start date, please contact Jon Pratscher, Superintendent of Recreation at jpratscher@lisleparkdistrict.org