What You'll Get
As children grow up, they must learn that money doesn’t grow on trees, dinner doesn't make itself, and real dogs are awful at basketball. Let kids be kids with this Groupon.
$45 for $100 Worth of Any Kids Athletic or Specialty Camp
Counselors lead campers through sports camps such as Basketball Jam ($95), during which kids learn teamwork and how to shoot, pass, dribble, and defend; Golf 101 ($135), led by professional instructors; and Soccer Showdown ($95). Specialty camps include activities such as Lego Adventure ($145), in which campers design their own Lego blueprints; Wild Child ($145), in which they explore a slip 'n' slide and human-fly-trap contraption; and Camper’s Choice ($95), which allows kids to create a customized activity schedule.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Sep 26, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Must sign waiver. Classes are non-transferable. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Great Lakes Sports and Adventure Camp
Working at the 1996 Summer Olympics and the 1994 World Cup are a few of the sporting events on camp director Shelly Watkins's resumé, which she draws on to run a summer camp for kids of all ages. A mother herself, she believes in giving each child individual attention, recognition, and respect, rewarding campers with high-fives and compliments for jobs well done. Together with assistant camp director Cortney Spiegel, she runs fun-packed day camps focused on arts, sports, field trips, and specialty programs. Professional counselors work with pintsize Pacinos in the Lights, Camera, Action class to make short films; kick off Nerf-themed sports events in the Nerf Extravaganza class; or venture out to bowling, movies, rollerblading, and laser tag during the Mega Adventure Field Trip. Shelly and her friendly crew also lead precamp and aftercamp activities for early-morning and evening supervision, and junior camp for campers aged 4¬–7 or 10-year-olds having their pre-preteen life crisis.