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 Three Options
- $199 for one week of summer camp for one child (a $350 value)
- $599 for three weeks of summer camp for one child (a $975 value)
- $399 for one week of summer camp for two children (a $700 value)
- $1,199 for three weeks of summer camp for two children (a $1,950 value)
Summer camps run from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday–Friday and are currently scheduled from June 17 through September 6. Children aged 3–8 play sports, engage in games indoors and out, and make arts and crafts under the supervision of first-aid certified counselors. Snacks, juice, and water are provided; campers should arrive with nut-free bag lunches, a backpack with their name on it, and a change of clothes.
The Play Place
At The Play Place, children aged 10 and younger master sports such as soccer and tennis in an indoor arena aided by equipment calibrated to their size. Using child- size tennis rackets, kids swat balls on shorter and narrower courts with nets over which they can high-five or butterfly kiss one another. On the kid-proportioned, turf-covered soccer field, they kick smaller balls into smaller nets. During breaks from practice or the after-school sports club, kids clamber on the indoor playground, where they hurtle down wave slides and climb on scramble nets. The adjacent observation area enables parents to recline in black leather chairs as they keep an eye on their charges for early signs of the ability to fly.
97% of 149 customers recommend
“Fun place for kids. Very busy on school holidays”
“Very cute. My girls liked it”
“It took a long time to get an open play date for the laser tag, but the kids had a really good time when we did get there. The staff was friendly and interacted well...”
“It took a long time to get an open play date for the laser tag, but the kids had a really good time when we did get there. The staff was friendly and interacted well with the kids, encouraging them and setting up fair teams.”