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Georgetown Parks & Recreation

Camps

Standards of Care

The programs operated by the City of Georgetown Parks and Recreation are recreational in nature and are not state-licensed child care programs. Summer camp programs are governed by the City of Georgetown, as required by the Texas Human Resources Code, Section 42.041 (b) (14).

Standards of Care for Youth Recreation Programs Summary

Signed Standards of Care ordinance No. 2019

 

SUMMER CAMPS

Registration for 2020 Summer Camps opens on Monday, March 23 for Georgetown residents and Tuesday, March 24 for nonresidents.

There will be amendments to the process this year. Due to COVID-19, our facilities are closed to the public, and no in-person registrations will be allowed.

Camp Registration Options

  • Pay in Full: All registrations placed online must pay in full at the time of registration. Registration and payment must be completed for each child separately.
  • Payment Plan: You may set up a payment plan with Parks and Recreation Staff. This method will be initiated by submitting the required 2020 Summer Camp Liability and Payment Agreement form. If you’d like to initiate a payment plan, you must select the payment plan option on this form. Individuals will be contacted by a Parks and Recreation staff member via phone to process the registration and set up the payment plan. Calls will be placed in the order the form is received. Camp registrations that include payment plans will only be processed from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Please be prepared to take the call. If we are unable to reach you, staff will leave a message and ask that you return the call at (512) 930-3596 to be assisted. 

When enrolling in a payment plan, auto draft will be required. Payment will be auto drafted according to the payment schedule below. Failure to meet the payment deadline will result in participant being withdrawn from summer camp.

Camp Dates Scheduled Payment Date
June 1-5 May 25
June 8-12 June 1
June 15-19 June 8
June 22-26 June 15
June 29-July 3 June 22
July 6-10 June 29
July 13-17 July 6
July 20-24 July 13
July 27-31 July 20
August 3-7 July 27
August 10-14 August 3

Camp Payment and Refund Policy
20% nonrefundable deposit is due at time of registration. The remaining balance for camp must be paid in full by the Monday one week prior to the start of camp (7 days in advance of attendance). If the balance is not paid in full by the Monday one week prior to camp, your child’s spot will be forfeited to the next child on the waitlist. You will lose your reservation and your 20% deposit.

Refunds, minus the 20% nonrefundable deposit, will only be given if notice is received 7 or more days prior to the start of camp. No refund will be given with less than 7 days’ notice. Complete refunds (including deposits) will only be given for departmental cancellations. Because of staffing requirements, fees will not be prorated for partial attendance. Tuition is based on a full week.

Forms

A Request to Withdraw/Transfer form must be completed by a parent/legal guardian if needing to withdraw from or transfer camps dates.

REGISTER ONLINE

 


2020 Summer Camp Guide


2020 Summer Camps

Adaptive Camps

Adaptive Camps

Let’s Make Friends
Ages: 5 (completed Kindergarten)-11
Weekly Sessions: June 15-July 16
Hours: 8 a.m.-2 p.m.
Weekly fee: $135 Resident/$170 Nonresident

Circle of Friends
Ages: 12-23 (entering 6th grade-Bridges)
Weekly Sessions: June 15-July 16
Hours: 8 a.m.-2 p.m.
Weekly fee: $135 Resident/$170 Nonresident

Adaptive Camps will take place at Purl Elementary, 1953 Maple St., Georgetown, TX 78626.

In cooperation with the Exceptional Georgetown Alliance, Georgetown Parks and Recreation offers Adaptive Summer Camp session for Georgetown ISD students.

Led by experienced staff, our adaptive camps are designed for those with cognitive and developmental disabilities and Autism Spectrum disorders.  Focus will be on providing a safe, social environment productive of building social and communication skills for all campers.  Camps are not designed to work on severe aggressive behavior.

Themes address basic concepts like feeling, using manners, being part of a group, as well as self-esteem and cooperation.  The opportunity for developmental growth of each camper will be provided through a wide range of activities with may include arts and crafts, swimming, field trips, cooperative games, music, daily exercise, and outdoor play.  Camps will be held at a Georgetown ISD campus.  Location will be announced at a later date.

FOCUS: Cognitive and Developmental disabilities, Autism Spectrum
REQUIREMENTS: Georgetown ISD ONLY. Must be able to coexist in a small group setting.

Enrollment in GISD must be verified in order to register for Adaptive Camps. Please register in person or over the phone at (512) 930-3596.

Adventure Camps

Adventure Camp is a unique opportunity for youth to be exposed to outdoor adventure activities and challenges in a fun, safe, and healthy environment. Each session will offer campers opportunities to learn life-long recreation skills and promote the positive use of free time.  Our program will provide outdoor experiences that will help youth to gain self-confidence, responsibility, self-awareness, problem-solving and decision making skills.

♦♦♦ Parents: Please note these camps are physically and mentally demanding.  Please assess your child’s ability before signing them up. ♦♦♦

Session 1: Welcome to Adventure
Ages: 11-12
Dates: June 1-5
Fee: $265 Resident/$330 Nonresident

Experience our Texas Hill Country like never before. We’ll take day trips that include the Georgetown Challenge Course, rock climbing, wild caving, kayaking, and horseback riding.  If you want a taste of our adventure program, then this is the camp for you.


Session 2:  Welcome to Water Adventure
Ages:
11-12
Dates: June 8-12
Fee: $265 Resident/$330 Nonresident

Enjoy a week of water sports in the Texas Hill Country. We’ll take day trips that include the Georgetown Challenge Course, logrolling, rappelling, kayaking, an inflatable water park, and Schlitterbahn Water Park in New Braunfels.


Session 3:  Arkansas Travel Camp
Ages: 12-17
Dates: June 17-24
Fee: $515 Resident/$645 Nonresident

Join us for eight days of activities in the Ozark Mountains of Arkansas.  Adventures include our local Zipline, snorkeling on the Cossatot River, rock climbing and rappelling at Sam’s Throne, and a 3-day canoe camping trip on the scenic Buffalo River.


Session 4:  New Mexico Travel Camp
Ages: 13-17
Dates: July 8-16
Fee: $615 Resident/$770 Nonresident

This year we’re heading to Western New Mexico for nine days of outdoor activities.  Adventures include kayaking on the South Llano River, snorkeling at Balmorea State Park, rock climbing in the Franklin Mountains, a 3 day backpacking trip in Western New Mexico, and sand sledding at White Sands.


Session 5:  Extreme Water Sports
Ages: 12-17
Dates: July 27 – August 5
Fee: $515 Resident/$645 Nonresident

If you like the water, then this is the session for you.  The first week we’ll spend making day trips which include the Georgetown Challenge Course, whitewater kayaking, snorkeling, wakeboarding, and sailing.  The second week we’ll travel to Galveston Island State Park for a 3 day overnight camping experience.  The trip will include some beach time, kayaking, fishing, and stand-up paddleboarding.


Program

All camps will begin and end at the Georgetown Teen Center located at 1003 N. Austin Ave.

The “Welcome to Adventure” and “Welcome to Water Adventure” camps will consist of five days of adventure activities for kids ages 11-12.  Programming will primarily run from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m.  Parents will be required to sign their children in and out each day.  Normal drop off times will be from 7:45 a.m. – 9:00 a.m.  Early drop off (7:00 a.m. – 7:45 a.m.) will be available for an additional $5 per week fee.  Normal pick up times will run from 5:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.  All children should be picked up by 6:00 p.m. unless your child is 12 years old and has a membership at the Recreation Center.  After 6:00 p.m. a $10 fee will be charged for every half-hour until the child is picked up.  This fee must be paid at the time of pick-up.

The X-Stream Water Sports camps will include five days of day adventures and a 3-day overnight camping experience.  This camp will include team building on our ropes course and daily snacks.  The daily programming for the first week will run from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. (Some days may be extended). Campers who need early drop-off and late pick-up will be able to exercise Teen Center membership privileges during the first week of camp.  Participants will be required to wear an Adventure Camp name tag and follow all facility rules.

The Arkansas and New Mexico Travel Camps will consist of various adventure activities, overnight primitive camping, and a service project.  Participants will be out of state for an eight or nine day period.


Orientation Meeting

Parents/guardians and campers should attend a mandatory orientation meeting from 7:00-8:30 p.m. on either Wednesday, May 13th or Thursday, May 28th in the Community Room of the Parks & Recreation Administration Building (1101 N. College St.).  You will receive a parent information packet, be informed on critical logistics, be sized for technical equipment, and meet the Adventure Staff.  All registered campers who attend one of the two meetings will receive a Nalgene water bottle.  Please make every effort to attend one of these two meetings.


Camper Equipment

The adventure program will provide technical and camping equipment necessary for adventure activities.  Personal clothing and items will be discussed at the orientation meeting.  Registration fees include meals prepared while camping.  Participants will be responsible for meals while traveling ($30-$100 depending on session).


Additional Information

Staff Leadership

For additional information, please contact Joe Armstrong by phone at (512) 763-8365 or by email at joe.armstrong@georgetown.org.

 

Arts & Enrichment

Art Camp

Art Camp

Ages: 5 (completed Kindergarten)-8
Dates: June 22-26
Hours: 9 a.m.-noon
Fee: $175 Resident/$220 Nonresident

Ages: 9-12
Dates: July 20-24
Hours: 9 a.m.-noon
Fee: $175 Resident/$220 Nonresident

Art Camps inspire children to reach beyond and create art that is unique to them. By doing so, kids feel empowered to be creative and expressive. It’s amazing to see just what your child can design when given the freedom to explore and to express him/herself creatively.

Come spend the week exploring different cultures, artists, styles and techniques – both contemporary and historical. Participants will create original artworks using several kinds of media, such as model magic or papier-mâché, paint, fiber or cloth, and more.


Hoop Dance Camp

Hoop Dance Camp

Ages: 7-18
Dates: July 13-17 and July 20-24
Hours: 9 a.m.-noon
Weekly Fee: $100 Resident/$125 Nonresident

This summer take Hula Hooping to a new level – come learn a new hobby that is fun, healthy and entertaining! In this week-long workshop, students will learn passing, spirals (down and up), halos, hand-offs, off-body and on-body flow and much more.

Registration fee includes a custom hoop for each participant to keep at the end of the camp.


Comic Book Creation Camp

Ages: 10-15
Dates: July 6-10
Time: 8 a.m.-noon
Fee: $180 Resident/$225 Nonresident

ESTEAM Learning Labs focuses on Entrepreneurship, Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts, Math, Music, Movement, and so much MORE. Join our talented team of Graphic Artists and Comic Book Gurus to create your very own legendary heroes! This camp will explore the history and lore of comic books as participants create and develop a unique work of graphic art through learning how to write, draw and illustrate their stories to share with the world.


LEGO Robotics and Engineering Camp

Ages: 5 (completed Kindergarten)-9
Dates: June 1-5 and June 15-19
Hours: 8 a.m.-noon
Weekly Fee: $180 Resident/$225 Nonresident

ESTEAM Learning Labs focuses on Entrepreneurship, Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts, Math, Music, Movement, and so much MORE. We provide LEGO Robotics & Engineering Camps where children learn at their own pace in a fun-infused, hands-on style that will keep them engaged, entertained, and wanting to come back again and again!


U-Tubers Unite! Intro. to Internet Video Production Camp

Ages: 10-15
Dates: July 27-31
Hours: 8 a.m.-noon
Fee: $180 Resident/$225 Nonresident

ESTEAM Learning Labs focuses on Entrepreneurship, Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts, Math, Music, Movement, and so much MORE. Participants will learn to create different types of short-form content: gameplay commentary, lifestyle shows, product reviews, current events, etc. Once the footage has been captured, we will work together to edit and deliver the content in an exciting “show” format that excites and captivates the audience. Any up and coming video-maker will love this crash course in content creation!


Camp Goodwater

Camp Goodwater

Ages: 5 (completed Kindergarten)-12
Lower Camp: Ages 5-8/Upper Camp: Ages 9-12
Weekly Sessions: June 1-August 7
Hours: 7 a.m.-6 p.m.
Weekly Fee: $155 Resident/$190 Nonresident

2020 Camp Goodwater Parent Handbook

Camp Goodwater offers a variety of traditional and non-traditional day camp activities, including swimming, playing in the park, special events and a weekly field trip.

Camp Goodwater is separated by grade into two large groups of up to 50 kids each, Lower Camp and Upper Camp. Each camp is then divided into 4 groups of about 13 campers based on ages, grades, maturity, gender and other factors. Each group is led by two counselors; we maintain a 15:1 or lower camper-to-staff ratio at all times.


Field Trips

Goodwater field trips will be on Wednesdays for Lower Camp and Thursdays for Upper Camp. Field Trips are subject to change.

Week Theme Lower Camp Field Trip Upper Camp Field Trip
June 1-5 Adventure Land The Jungle Movement Academy The Jungle Movement Academy
June 8-12 Safety Week Main Event Main Event
June 15-19 Animal Planet Cameron Park Zoo Cameron Park Zoo
June 22-26 Hawaiian Fun Lions Junction Water Park Summer Fun Water Park
June 29-July 3 Party in the USA Altitude Trampoline Park Altitude Trampoline Park
July 6-10 Creative Campers Thinkery Thinkery
July 13-17 Camp Goodwater’s Got Talent Mt. Playmore Killeen Family Aquatic Center
July 20-24 Challenge Week Pump It Up Jumpstreet
July 27-31 Futuristic Fun Lion’s Junction Family Water Park Summer Fun Water Park
August 3-7 Game Show Mania Monster Mini Golf and Laser Tag Monster Mini Golf and Laser Tag

Camp Goodwater Add-On Programs

New for summer 2020! Enhance your Camp Goodwater experience with an add-on specialty program for just $55/week. Space is limited and registration is required.

Lego Robotics & Engineering
Builders are taught age-appropriate engineering and robotics concepts and will use LEGO sets to improve understanding of those concepts in a fun, friendly and caring environment! They will be challenged with the LEGO WeDo, the LEGO Mindstorms NXT and the LEGO EV3 Robotics system.

Week(s) Offered Days/Times
June 1-5
June 15-19
Lower Camp: M/T/TH/F, 1-2:30 p.m.
Upper Camp: M/T/W/F, 2:45-4:15 p.m.

Art
Art Camps inspire children to reach beyond and create art that is unique to them. By doing so, kids feel empowered to be creative and expressive. It’s amazing to see just what your child can design when given the freedom to express him/herself creatively.

Come spend the week exploring different cultures, artists, styles and techniques – both contemporary and historical! Participants will create original artworks using several kinds of media, such as model magic or papier-mâché, paint, fiber or cloth, and more.

Week(s) Offered Days/Times
June 22-26
July 20-24
Lower Camp: M/T/TH/F, 1-2:30 p.m.
Upper Camp: M/T/W/F, 2:45-4:15 p.m.

Swim Lessons
Led by Georgetown Recreation Center swim instructors, your camper can participate in five days of 30-minute lessons at the Recreation Center Indoor Pool. Campers will be grouped with 3-4 campers of similar skill level. Skill levels include Level 1, 2, 3 and 4.

Week(s) Offered Days/Times
June 29-July 3
August 3-7
Lower & Upper Camp: M/T/W/TH/F
Campers will be assigned to a 30-minute lesson between 2-3:30 p.m.

Tennis
Tennis instruction will focus on the fundamentals of tennis and stroke production through a variety of tennis drills and games. Campers will travel to the Georgetown Tennis Center.

Week(s) Offered Days/Times
July 6-10 Upper Camp: M/T/W/F, 2-3:30 p.m.

Hoop Dance
This summer take Hula Hooping to a new level – come learn a new hobby that is fun, healthy and entertaining! In this weeklong workshop students will learn passing, spirals (down and up), halos, hand-offs, off-body and on-body flow and much more. Registration fee includes a custom hoop
for each participant to keep at the end of the camp.

Week(s) Offered Days/Times
July 13-17 Lower Camp: M/T/TH/F, 1-2:30 p.m.
Upper Camp: M/T/W/F, 2:45-4:15 p.m.

Freestyle Sports Basketball
Freestyle Sports prides itself in their ability to give every player the individual attention they deserve. With a focus on personal development, players work on decision making, creativity, confidence, sportsmanship and work ethic. All vital skills that go a long way, even beyond the basketball court. Whether you have never played basketball before or are looking to take your game to the next level, we’ve got you covered! Our camps are about working hard, playing smart and most of all, having fun!

Week(s) Offered Days/Times
July 27-31 Lower Camp: M/T/TH/F, 8:30-10 a.m.
Upper Camp: M/T/W/F, 10:15-11:45 a.m.
Junior Counselor Program

Ages: 14-16
Weekly Sessions: June 3-August 9
Each week is a new session and Junior Counselors must be able to make a commitment to at least two sessions.
Weekly Fee: $75 Resident/$95 Nonresident

The Junior Counselor Program has been developed to allow youth to gain valuable leadership skills necessary to be future camp counselors for Georgetown Parks and Recreation. Junior counselors will assist Camp Goodwater or Tennis Camp staff with daily camp activities and serve as role models for campers.

In order to ensure the best possible experience for junior counselors, this is an application and selection process.  A limited number of junior counselors will be accepted each summer.

Program Eligibility / Program Age Requirements

  • All eligible participants will be at least 14 years of age on the first day of camp, and not older than 16 years of age
  • Candidates must be past Georgetown Parks & Rec camp program participants, or have past experiences in a day camp program
  • Candidates must submit an application, one non-family reference, and be willing to undergo an interview process
  • Candidates must demonstrate a high level of responsibility, maturity, enthusiasm, and reliability
  • Candidates must be able to make a two-session commitment to the Junior Counselor Program

Application Process
There is an application process to ensure the Junior Counselors have the desire to participate fully and be a positive role model for the campers during the program. In addition to the application, a brief interview will be scheduled for each applicant.

  • Interested participants must submit an application form and two non-family references to the Georgetown Rec Center by March 23, 2020. Late applications will not be considered.
  • Application materials for Tennis Camp can be emailed to Pete Polkinghorn at pete.polkinghorn@georgetown.org. Applications for Goodwater Camp can be emailed to Arica Kolb at arica.kolb@georgetown.org.
  • Selected candidates will be contacted to schedule an interview beginning March 30.
  • The Georgetown Parks & Recreation Department reserves the right to reject an applicant or limit the number of applicants based on the camp program needs.

Financial Obligations and Requirements
Once selected for the Junior Counselor program you will be able to register for the sessions determined by the camp program coordinator. The cost of the Junior Counselor program is $75/ session for residents and $95/ session for nonresidents.

2020 Junior Counselor Program Application

Junior Counselor Program Reference Sheet

Camp Registration

Once Junior Counselors are selected, they must register for weeks of Junior Counselor/Goodwater or Junior Counselor/Tennis Camp.

Junior Fire Academy

Ages: 12-14
Dates: June 22-26
Hours: 8 a.m.-4 p.m.
Fee: $100 Resident/$125 Nonresident

Are you interested in learning about the job of a firefighter? Junior Fire Academy is a fun-filled, five-day program that will cover all the excitement of firefighting. Led by Georgetown Firefighters, activities will include water safety, rescue practices, firefighting and more.

For more information, contact Jonathan Gilliam at jonathan.gilliam@georgetown.org or (512) 930-8092.

Kid City

Ages: 5 (completed Kindergarten)-11
Current 6th graders are not eligible for this program.
Weekly Sessions: July 6-31
Hours: 8 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
Weekly Fee: $10 Resident/$15 Nonresident
Location: Purl Elementary, 1953 Maple St.

Presented in cooperation with the Georgetown Project, Kid City is half-day summer nutrition and enrichment program for Georgetown ISD students that qualify for the free or reduced lunch program.

Students will receive breakfast and lunch during camp. Camp activities include interactive nutritional and educational programs, bowling, arts and crafts, swimming/splash pad, movies, outside games and lots of camp fun!

No sibling discounts.

Enrollment in GISD must be verified in order to register for Kid City. Please register in person or over the phone at (512) 930-3596.

Sports Camps

 

Challenger Sports Soccer Camps

Tiny Tykes
Ages: 3-5
Dates: June 1-5 and June 13-17
Hours: 8-9 a.m.
Weekly Fee: $118 Resident/Nonresident

Half-Day Camp
Ages: 6-12
Dates: June 1-5 and June 13-17
Hours: 9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
Weekly Fee: $168 Resident/Nonresident

Challenger International Soccer Camps (staffed by coaches from Europe, Brazil and the U.S.) teach a fun, technical, and tactical based curriculum, revolving around five of the world’s leading soccer nations: Brazil, France, Spain, UK, and the US. The International Soccer Camp will feature a number of new elements in the curriculum focusing on individual footwork, passing and moving, small-sided games and a world cup tournament. Our camp also includes a groundbreaking technology feature providing players with an app-based platform which will help them prepare before camp, learn skills quicker and more efficiently during the camp, and then help them to continue their education and skill development with camp homework and on-going virtual training throughout the season.

To register please visit the website, click register in the top right corner of the page and type in your zip code to find a camp near you! Register at: https://challenger.configio.com/orglandingpage?org=1573.


Brandy Perryman Shooting Camp

Ages: 7-16
Dates: August 3-6
Hours: 8:45 a.m.-4:45 p.m.
Fee: $235 Resident/Nonresident (through May 31)
$260 Resident/Nonresident (starting June 1)

BPSC is a 4-day shooting intense basketball camp mirrored after all the camps Brandy Perryman attended and enjoyed the most as a kid. He has taken those camps with his combined playing experience at UT and created an upbeat, positive experience for Austin area youth.  All camps include 32 hours of instruction, which is approximately the same amount of time as a month of practice in Middle School or a full season of a youth league. Daily team competitions are the highlight of the week, allowing kids to be a part of a team with no pressure and to have fun.  To promote self-esteem and self-discipline, BPSC includes individualized drills and competitions throughout the camp that all campers have an opportunity to excel at and improve their shooting skills. An average camper shoots over 1,000 shots over 4 days at BPSC. The 10:1 camper to coach ratio allows campers to develop skills in a small group. These coaches include head coaches, assistant coaches, collegiate, and former players that all share the knowledge and enthusiasm required to be a BPSC camp instructor.

Please register at: bperrymanshootingcamp.com.


 

Sporties for Shorties Camp

Ages: 3-5
Dates: June 15-19 and July 13-17
Hours: 9 a.m.-noon
Weekly Fee: $150 Resident/$185 Nonresident

Amazing Athletes Summer Camp is action-packed with sports, obstacle courses, motor development games, and more! Amazing Athletes teaches the fundamentals of 10 different sports and advances 6 key areas of motor development. Coaches break down each sport-based skill into simple steps based on each child’s age and ability. Children learn the importance of patience, teamwork, and self-confidence in a non-competitive, learning-based environment that fosters a love of healthy living. Their excitement for structured physical activity promotes advancements and advantages that keep children on the path to personal well-being. Amazing Athletes Summer Camp is a great way for children to play different sports and learn what they love!


Volleyball Skills Camps

Beginner Volleyball Skills Camp
Ages: 8-12
Dates: June 8-12
Hours: 9 a.m.-noon
Fee: $100 Resident/$125 Nonresident

This camp is designed for those with no volleyball experience or those who have played in the Georgetown Recreation Center volleyball league for three seasons or less. You will learn and practice all of the basic skills and play games that will help you understand the flow of a game.

Intermediate Volleyball Skills/Middle School Preparation Camp
Ages: 10-14
Dates: June 22-26
Hours: 9 a.m.-noon
Fee: $100 Resident/$125 Nonresident

This camp is designed for players who are interested in playing in middle school.  Experience is required for this camp, and players should have at least played in the Youth Volleyball League for two or more season, and/or participated in Volleyball Skills Clinics or Camps. If players have participated in at least one year of middle school this camp is a perfect fit! In this skills camp participants will improve on the foundation skills and fundamentals as well as receive additional instruction on serving and defense.

Tennis Camps

Little Tennis Camp

Ages: 5 (completed Kindergarten)-7
Dates:
June 1-August 7 (NO CAMP June 8-12)
Hours:
8-10 a.m.
Weekly fee:
$75 Resident/$95 Nonresident

 

This camp is specifically designed for the little ones and utilizes the USTA’s format for ages 5-7. Campers will be instructed using USTA-approved red balls on the 36′ court. Instruction will focus on hand-eye coordination and basic tennis stroke instruction, including forehand, backhand, volley and serve. Other activities will include fun tennis games, some non-tennis games, a mid-morning snack, rallying points/match play, and water play on Fridays.


Junior Tennis Academy

Ages: 11-16
Dates:
June 1-August 7(NO CAMP June 8-12)
Hours:
10 a.m.-noon
Weekly fee:
$100 Resident/$125 Nonresident

Jr. Tennis Academy is designed for the competitive player with developed strokes and match play experience. Sessions will consist of challenging drills, physical training, specialty shots, and match play scenarios.


Tennis Camp

Full-Day Camp
Ages:
7-12
Weekly Sessions:
June 1-July 3 (NO CAMP June 8-12)
Hours:
8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
Weekly fee:
$155 Resident/$190 Nonresident

Led by Head Tennis Pro Pete Polkinghorn, morning camp activities will focus on fundamentals of tennis, stroke production and technique, shot selection through a variety of tennis drills and games, and match play.  Afternoon activities will continue with tennis court games, arts and crafts, and other camp games. Mid-morning and afternoon snacks will be provided. Camp program time is 8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Early drop off begins at 7:00 a.m. and late pickup lasts until 6:00 p.m.

Half-Day Camp
Ages:
7-12
Weekly Sessions: July 6-August 7
Hours: 8 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
Weekly fee:
$100 Resident/$125 Nonresident

Led by Head Tennis Pro Pete Polkinghorn, Half Day Tennis Camp will focus on advancing your tennis game.  Through a variety of tennis drills, games and match play, daily Instruction will emphasize proper stroke technique and footwork, consistency of stroke development, and strategic placement of shots.  Mid-morning snack will be provided.  Camp program time is 8:00 a.m.– 12:00 p.m.. Early drop off begins at 7:00 a.m.

 

 

 

 

 



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