Welcome to Camp All-City, a place that inspires friendships, fun, and experiences that last a lifetime.
Let us transport you back to summer camp. A place where kids of all backgrounds come together as one community to learn, to grow, to have fun, and to build ever-lasting friendships that transcend geography. Picture the warm summer days spent canoeing or swimming in the lake, and the cool nights telling stories while gathered around the campfire. Remember the thrill of learning new skills like archery or horseback riding, and the satisfaction of a winning the clean-cabin challenge.
This year, we invite you to the “woods” (Ridge-wood, that is). While you aren’t going to find horseback riding or archery at the All-City Championship Swim Meet, you will find a group of amazing kids, coaches, parents and volunteers who, just like at camp, come together for the summer to build new skills, face new challenges, cheer each other on and celebrate the incredible swim community in Madison, Wisconsin.
Ridgewood Pool is thrilled to have the honor of hosting the All-City 2020 Championship Swim Meet on behalf of the Madison All-City Swim and Dive League, carrying on the decades-long tradition.
About the All-City Swim and Dive League
The All-City Swim and Dive League, founded in 1962 with just five teams (Ridgewood, Hill Farm, Shorewood, West Side and Maple Bluff), has since grown to thirteen teams comprised of thousands of swimmers of all abilities who spend each Saturday competing in dual-team meets from June through July. The culmination of the season at the end of July brings together all thirteen teams into the largest outdoor swim meet in the country—the All-City Championship Swim Meet.
To learn more about the All City Swim and Dive League, visit their website.