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That’s a great question and here’s a quick summary of why we’re different:
Daily Life Lessons
Water day Fridays
Amazing field trips
Weekly theme camps with non-stop actions
Daily Camp Schedule:
9:00 am – Camp Welcome
9:15 am – “Game Time” to get to know each other
9:30 am – Morning snack
10:00 am.- Life lesson education
11 am – Active play
11:30 am – Lunch & Movie
12 pm – Arts and Crafts
1 pm – Group Fitness Class & Games
2 pm Check Out
You’re responsible for a lunch, two snacks and a water bottle. We also ask that you send your child in comfortable, loose-fitting clothes. On Fridays, children will need a bathing suit, towel and closed toed water shoes for water activities.
Camps start on different days each year depending on school release schedule. Plus, you can always schedule a tour of our facility to meet our staff & have all your questions answered
Absolutely! All of our staff undergo state & federal background checks. All camp staff are thoroughly trained on camp policies, safety procedures, lesson plans and activities. All to Ensure your child has the best experience possible!
Each session of camp varies in how many campers are expected due to demand and staff availability that week. As a result, while weeks may vary in number, we will always ensure that we meet state guidelines for staff to camper ratios. Our average staff to camper ratio is 1 to 1 per week.
No, typically demand is less during the week of July 4th and we use this opportunity to give our staff much needed time off after the long days of summer camp. This way they come bac rested, relaxed, and prepared to give your child a memorable camp experience.
Yes, field trips are an extra fee that will be billed to your account on the day of the schedule trip providing your child is present. While campers can’t “opt out” of field trips, we’ll never mak your child participate in a field trip against their will. Campers not willing to participate in scheduled field trips may still be required to go with their designated group during off-site activities due to staffing and supervision concerns. See studio for dates and details.
Absolutely not, in fact most campers attend our regular camp hours from 9 am to 2 pm each
day and up to 5 days per week.