Date & Time
July 9 – 11, 2019
Tuesday – Thursday: 9:30 am – 4 pm
Parents/grandparents/guardians are invited to join their camper for a BBQ lunch on July 11, noon-1 pm. Lunch will be provided.
Theodore Wirth Regional Park
3200 Glenwood Ave.
Minneapolis, MN 55405
Safety Camp registration fees are listed below and include transportation, snacks, lunch, t-shirt, and tons of fun!
Registration starts February 27 at noon
Minneapolis Safety Camp is a three-day program for youth ages 8 – 11.
Minneapolis Police Officers, Firefighters, and recreation staff serve as counselors, teaching campers personal and social safety skills in a fun and exciting environment.View Photo Gallery
Safety Camp teaches participants safety education through games, demonstrations and hands-on activities in a fun camp setting. Recreation staff serve as camp counselors. Camp includes: t-shirt, water bottle, snacks, lunch and a goodie bag. Parents/grandparents/guardians are invited to join their camper for BBQ picnic lunch on Thursday, July 11, noon-1 pm.
Campers are expected to exhibit behavior that shows respect for themselves and others. If behavior becomes a problem parents will be asked to pick up their child.
Canoeing Waiver [PDF]
Waivers are required for the water day to go canoeing. You will receive the waiver in the camp packet prior to camp.
What to bring
(label all items)
- Rain jacket
- Bug spray
- Wear safety camp shirt everyday
- Wear good walking shoes
Swimming day (Wednesday)
- Swimming suit—come with suit on
What not to bring
Parent/Guardian Pick Up and Drop Off
Parent/guardians who pick up their child will be asked to show their ID. If you will not be picking up your child from camp let staff know who will be coming to pick up the camper. Bussing is available from Whittier Park and North Commons Park.
Bus pick up times will begin at approximately 8 am and will leave Theodore Wirth at approximately 4 pm and complete all drop offs by 5:30 pm.
Support youth in our community by sponsoring Minneapolis Safety Camp. A Minneapolis Safety Camp sponsorship will provide your business or organization prominent exposure to hundreds of Twin Cities’ families while showing its commitment to keeping youth safe. There are multiple ways to be involved as a sponsor from in-kind donations, monetary sponsorships or by presenting a safety presentation. Safety Camp is also a great volunteer project and team-building activity for your employees. Help keep our youth safe and become a sponsor today!
Minneapolis Safety Camp Sponsors
Parent/guardian drop off: The parking lot at Wirth Beach is closed to the public but parents can pull into the lot to pick up and drop off campers.