Yes, a healthy snack is required for all campers each day they attend camp. You will also need to provide a healthy lunch for them each day.
Parents may sit and watch in the viewing area during the beginning hour of first day of camp as your child gets acclimated. Once acclimated, we ask that your departure is discreet to allow your child an uninterrupted and independence-building camp experience for the week.
We have highly trained staff that has gymnastics and coaching experience. We are a USAG certified facility and all our instructors are SafeSport certified as well. Each of the instructors has their own unique way of coaching and was properly trained to teach how to fall, jump and land safely.
Unfortunately, we DO NOT offer refunds, but if there is space for another week you are more than welcome to switch prior to the first day of camp. You will need to provide a doctor’s note before switching to another week.
Yes. There will be periods of times where children will be able to sit down and rest. One of the rotations is arts and crafts so it will be non-gymnastics related. During this time, the children will be able to relax while doing something productive. There is another time where children will have snack and/or lunch to recharge their energy.