Join us for fun in the sun as we play, swim, and tumble our way through summer. At Schafer Sports we believe in developing children’s skills, nurturing their self-esteem, and inspiring them to reach for the stars. School-aged children can choose from our three active full-day camps, while our littlest campers can play in our half-day preschool camp.
- Full-day camp ages—5-12 (five-year-olds must be in kindergarten)
- Half-day camp ages 3 to 5 (not attending kindergarten)
- Hours: 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. (Full-day); 9 a.m.-12 p.m. (Half-day)
- Optional: lunch until 12:30 pm, Swim lesson 12 – 1 pm
- Extended hours – early drop off 7:30 a.m., late pickup 5:30 p.m.
- Teacher to camper ratio—1:10
- June 27 – September 2
Your child will jump to new heights while gaining strength, balance, flexibility, and confidence through gymnastics. We offer a variety of fun and challenging activities provided with expert guidance and instruction from lively, enthusiastic and encouraging teachers. In the afternoons, children get to swim, play and learn water safety in our indoor heated pool.
A quality day camp for athletes of all levels! Children work with our premier coaches to discover the basics or sharpen their skills for the fall while gaining valuable experience in teamwork. We help kids pass, kick and score their way to success, developing a love of soccer and advancing gross motor skills, balance, and endurance. Later, there’s time too to cool off in the pool and participate in water activities!
Does your child want to do it all? Welcome to the camp that HAS it all. We offer a day-full of soccer, lacrosse, gymnastics, flag football, playground games, and swimming. Students have the opportunity to learn a variety of sports with our professionally-trained staff, develop a variety of skills and maybe even discover their true athletic passion!
Little ones will have oodles of fun in our half-day camp, perfect for children ages 3 – 5 years old. From 9 to noon, they engage in gymnastics, soccer, playground games, music and movement, as well as arts and crafts. Kids work on gross and fine motor skills while learning through play and exploring the inner reaches of their imagination.