What time do I drop the kids off?

Please drop campers off between 8:30 - 9:00 a.m. for all-day camps and morning sessions.  Campers attending only afternoon sessions should be dropped off between 11:45 - 11:55 a.m.  More about drop-off times here >>

What time is pick-up?

Please plan on picking up all-day and afternoon session campers promptly at 3:00 p.m. If campers are only attending a morning session, please plan on picking them up at 12:00 p.m. More about pick-up times here >>

Should my child bring a drink(s) with him/her?

We provide Gatorade and water for all campers, however we do suggest that campers bring their favorite beverages as well.  Please do allow your child to bring coffee, soda, or energy drinks. More information about food and beverage here >>

What time is lunch?

Lunch is between 11:30 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. 

Do campers to bring lunch?

Yes. More information about food and beverage here >>

Can campers buy lunch at camp?

No. More information about food and beverage here >>

Are campers divided by age or ability?

Typically we divide campers into groups by age level.  For example, in a Rec camp, campers in grades K-3 will be separated from campers in grades 4-8.  Depending on the number of campers and range of abilities, we sometimes split campers into groups based on age or ability.  We leave this up to our discretion based on what we feel will provide the safest and most enjoyable dynamic for all campers.

What should my child wear?

Athletic shoes, (extra pair for outside suggested) comfortable sports gear, sweatshirt for cool mornings in the gym, short hikes and trips to play outdoors. More information about appropriate attire here >>

What else does my child need to bring with them?

If your child is attending a Rec camp or baseball fundatmentals camp, they should bring a baseball glove.  For campers attending a fundamentals soccer or baseball camp, cleats are not required by highly suggested.  Shinguards are required for all campers attending a fundamentals soccer camp and all campers, regardless of the camp or program they are registered for are required to bring sunscreen and bug spray with them. 

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