Summer camps are the best way to give kids a taste of freedom without having them lick the Liberty Bell. Ring in summertime with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
- $59 for 1 week of summer camp (up to a $125 value)
- $159 for 3 weeks of summer camp (up to a $337 value)
- $299 for 6 weeks of summer camp (up to a $675 value)
- $379 for up to 11 weeks of summer camp (up to a $1,000 value)
Campers engage in a range of guided indoor and outdoor athletic activities in addition to arts and crafts. Instructors take them out on the ice for at least one hour each day, so staffers recommend packing some heavier attire, including gloves and helmets, to keep warm and prevent injury. Though campers may bring their own snacks, the camp provides hot dogs, pizza, and pretzels for an additional fee. The camp charges an additional $8 for early drop-offs and late pick ups, and sells T-shirts for $15 each. Camps run from Monday, June 18 to Friday, August 31, except for weekends and Independence Day.
Though customers receive a discount for early camp registration, this Groupon still offers the better deal.
Monroe Multi-Sports Complex
Skaters of all ages and arabesque abilities soar across Monroe Multi-Sports Complex's vast rink—the former home to 2011 NHL recruit Matt Mahalak. Though the rink acts as the complex’s nucleus of activity—hosting hockey games, figure skating exhibitions, skating lessons, and public skate sessions—, an adjacent field house promotes more land-based sports, including youth and adult soccer, dodge ball, and flag football. Additionally, a collection of springy inflatables allows young visitors to bounce for up to a full day or until they finally convince gravity to permanently reverse.
Passionate staffers stay on hand to offer skating tips during public sessions, assist guests as they sign for one of the soccer leagues, or be of assistance in case of a hot-chocolate overdose. In keeping with their commitment to physical education, the complex’s team of instructors also coach home-schooled children for credits, as well as give birthday children the gift of adrenaline-pumping exercise during party packages.