Community Rec

Event Information

To stay up to date on events and programs including the ones listed below throughout the year follow us on Facebook.  You can also contact Jarod Meyer to be added to our email list.

NOvid-19 Virtual 50K Challenge

Fitness classes may be postponed and gyms may be closed, but the sidewalks and parks are still open! There's no better way to social distance you or your family than going for a walk, run, bike ride around the neighborhood. Getting on your treadmill, elliptical for workout. While getting rewarded for it! 

Join Campus Rec for an unprecedented race during unprecedented times... NOvid-19 Virtual 50K Challenge! All ages welcome.

What is a Virtual Challenge?

A virtual challenge is a challenge that can be accomplished from any location and any workout you choose. You can run, walk, jog, bike, get on an elliptical, treadmill in your house, etc.  As long as you stay active, you will defeat the challenge!

The Rules Are Simple: 

  • Complete the waiver and email back to Jarod Meyer.
  • Run, walk, jog, bike, etc. on your own time at your own pace.
  • Keep track of each mile you are active!
  • Download the running log below and record each distance.
  • Connect with us and other participants by tagging your photos @UW-Superior Campus Recreation on Facebook.
  • Submit your mile log to Jarod Meyer
    • Please submit ALL miles together (one complete form per person) once you have completed the full 31 miles.
  • Each participant who completes the 50K will earn a Campus Rec water bottle!

Kid's Triathlon

Looking to do something fun and rewarding?  If you said, “yes!” Then get involved with the Kid’s Triathlon. This event is all about having fun and recognizing all participants for accomplishing a goal!

Holiday Hoops 3 on 3 Basketball Tournament

Spend the holiday break hooping it up with other players for a fun day of basketball! Do not miss out start putting together your teams today.

Yellowjacket Open Racquetball Tournament

Get together with racquetball players from the Twin Ports area for a fun and competitive tournament. Yellowjacket Open is hosted twice a year in the fall/early winter and late winter/early spring.

Little Yellowjackets Reunions

During the school year Campus Recreation will be offering Little Yellowjackets Reunions when school is not in session. Reunions are OPEN TO EVERYONE whether you have attended in the past or this would be your first Little Yellowjacket experience.

Reunions are open to kids in K – 6th grade. Registration is on a first come, first serve basis and reunion dates will likely fill. Reunions will be programmed similar to our summer camps.

Little Yellowjackets Summer Camps

Campus Recreation is excited to offer summer camps for the youth of the UW-Superior and Twin Ports communities. The Little Yellowjackets Summer Camps are safe, educational, and fun programs for children in grades K – 6th. Full camps are 5-day sessions. Each camp is structured like a normal day of school with campers moving around our facility and campus participating in different activities throughout the day.

The camps emphasize sportsmanship, teamwork, communication, and fun! All activities have a noncompetitive nature and camp staff will interact with campers to create an exciting and skill developing atmosphere.

This is a non-sport specific camp and all activities are geared towards beginner and intermediate skill levels.

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Stay tuned... As we wait for a decision on Summer 2021. If you have not attended camp in the past and would like to stay updated on our programs and offerings contact Jarod Meyer, Camp Coordinator to be added to our email list.

Cost of Enrollment

Cash, check (made out to MWC), and debit/credit card payments will be accepted. If paying by debit/credit card check the box on the registration form and we will contact you for your information. 

$160/full camp (5 days)

Early Drop-Off

Available starting at 8:00 a.m. and will cost an extra $15/session. Parents will be responsible for parking in the Marcovich Wellness Center (MWC) parking lot on the south side of the building (Lot 13) off of Catlin Avenue and bringing them to the lobby.

Late Pickup

Available from 4:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. and will cost an extra $15/session. Any pick-up of a child after 5pm will cost an additional $10 for every 15 minutes after 5:00 p.m. Parents picking up their children late or from the late care program must park in the MWC parking lot on the south side of the building (Lot 13) off of Catlin Avenue and go to the Lydia C. Thering Fieldhouse to pick up their child. If you know you are going to be late, please call 715-395-4651 .

Session Times

Full camps will be Monday – Friday. Every morning, parents may start dropping off their children between 8:30 a.m. - 9:00 a.m. at the MWC. Parents may park in the MWC parking lot located on the south side of the building (Lot 13) off of Catlin Avenue. Sessions will begin at 9am and will end at 4:00 p.m. Parents can pick their children up between 4:00 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. from the MWC.

Camp Groups

There will be one group with a maximum of 24 campers per group.


Full reimbursement will be granted ten (10) business day prior to the camp start date. Inside of 10 business days, a partial reimbursement (up to ½ of camp fee) will be reimbursed. No refunds after the start date for camp. For more information or to request a refund, please call 715-395-4651 .