Recreational Activities in Bay View
"Fun and Recreation for All" has been more than a motto for Bay View’s Recreation Department for generations. The recreation program, including everything from sailing to tennis, provides something for everyone. The ever-popular Day Camp offers a safe, stimulating environment in which children participate in healthy, creative activities, developing life-long friendships.
From mid-June to August, children participate in age-appropriate morning activities at Tot Lot (ages 3-4), Fawns (5-6), and Boys’ And Girls’ Club (7-14), located at Swift Field. Half-hour swimming lessons at the Bay View waterfront are also part of the daily schedule.
Registration for all recreation activities will take place in Voorhies Hall. Registration hours are:
8:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. Monday - Saturday
Whether you are visiting Bay View or live year round in the Petoskey area, the Bay View recreation program provides a fun and positive memory-making experience for children and those who are young at heart.
Polly Alexander, Recreation Director
3869 Pine Knoll Drive, Okemos, MI 48864
231-330-7183 • email@example.com
Charles B. Schloff, Chair, Recreation Committee
Polly has had the privilege of spending her summers in Bay View since infancy. As a youth, Polly was a camper and later a leader at Club. For the past 7 years, she has served as the Tot Lot Director. Polly continues her life-long passion working with children and is currently employed as a Special Education Teacher with the Okemos Public Schools. She has two wonderful sons, who also participate in the Bay View Recreation program.
Forms for Your Campers
The Bay View Recreation Boys & Girls' Club provides many opportunities for campers and their parents. To keep our campers safe we require the following forms to be completed by a parent/guardian and returned to a Bay View Employee at camp on the first day of participation.
Necessary Forms to be completed for Camper Registration:
Forms for Parents/Guardians
Necessary Forms to be completed for Parent Participation: