Do This: Drop in (and Registered) Camp at Jump Park Trampoline
Summer is going to be here before we know it. We’re down to single digits when it comes to ‘days left of school’ and if you’re like us, you’re scrambling to get your summer camp scheduled planned to create a balanced mix of adventure, unstructured play and summer camp experiences for your children.
New in town, Jump Park offers a summer camp option for parents searching for a versatile camp experience. Parents can register children between the ages of 5-13 for a day, or a full week of camp at Jump Park Trampoline.
Jump Park Summer Camp | July 3rd to August 25th, 2017
Summer camp at Jump Park includes all day supervision, a t-shirt and pair of jump socks, two snacks with games, crafts, and free jump time, throughout the day. Ninja course races, dodgeball competitions and beam battles are going to keep the older children entertained – and wanting to come back for another day. For the younger crowd, there are crafts, free jump time hide and seek (imagine how fun hide and seek would be on the fantastic play structure!) and more fun activities through the day.
Here’s what you need to know about the Jump Park Summer Camp:
- Camps will run from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm
- Children can be signed up for a week, or a single day
- There are two scheduled snack times, and one for lunch
- Kids must bring their own nut free lunch – for parents who want to purchase lunch, money can be left at the desk
- Drop in camps are available, payment can be made at the location
During spring break, we used the camp multiple times. If you’ve got a high energy kid, it’s the perfect camp – as there are very few camps that can tire out our high energy child at the end of the day. After a full day at Jump Park she not only came home excited for the new Jump Park t-shirt, and craft projects that they worked on, but also with stories of the experience with the supervisors.
Tip // Camps can be registered easily for on the Jump Park website at http://www.jumpparktrampoline.ca – and you can choose from the full week, or one day. You can also register in-person, as there are drop in camp times available daily (just remember there is a limit of thirty kids taking part in the camp, each day).