Summer Camp 2019

Everyday Athlete Summer Camp is more than just fun: it’s a science-based fitness curriculum that will inspire your child and give them a powerful connection to their body, teaching them how to move better while having fun! 


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Your child will improve their gross and fine motor skills, balance, agility, core strength, precision, articulation and will make new friends as they develop independence and self-confidence. 

They will get to climb, learn ninja skills in our obstacle courses, practice parkour, learn how to skateboard and play tons of games and sports like Soccer! 

Unique Aspects of How Our Camp Works:

  • Low staff-to-child ratio

  • Small group size

  • Kids are split into age-appropriate subgroups for activities

  • Full time, year-round staff are our lead camp instructors

  • Healthy snacks: veggies, fruits, healthy crunchy things, no nuts

  • Lots of games, like our new and improved Capture the Flag with foam swords

  • Cool new arts crafts & STEM projects

Have questions about camp? Email us at camp@everydayathlete.com.

To have my daughter be able to enjoy fresh air and sunshine, learning exciting strength and confidence-building skills, working in a team and creating bonds with other campers, all while under the care and direction of experienced trainers, was exactly what we needed for summer camp. EA is part of our life and has made such an impact on her attitude during the school year, too, that we’re so happy to be a part of the EA family year ‘round. And this new location is amazing!!
— Jennifer Diamond (Zoe's Mom)

We sent both our children to EA this summer — it came recommended by a parent from our son’s 2nd grade classroom. He’s a difficult child to please, and he needs smaller groups and counselors who are patient and good at making their instructions clear (and repeating them if need be). After a week, it was clear we’d made the right choice.

Our son headed off to EA each morning without complaint and came home eager to talk about his day. He was in awe of his counselors, each of whom seemed to be a parkour expert. More than that, the counselors seemed more mature than the usual day camp staffers we’ve encountered in summers past (not teenagers, or at least not younger teenagers), and really good working with kids.

Our daughter attended as well (she’s almost 11) and had a great time, too. She’s a little easier going about these things, but a very different kid in her interests. That EA kept both of them engaged for several weeks really says something.
— Janice Bloom, Mom to Jesse: 8 and Isa: 10

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Health Safety Policy: If your child has any infectious or contagious sickness, such as Conjunctivitis, Chicken Pox, Strep Throat, Lice, or a fever, they must wait 24 hours to return to Camp with a doctor's note or give us a call for clearance to participate. This is for the safety and health of our Campers! If you have not completed your health history form before the first day of camp your camper will not be allowed to attend. No refunds or credits will be given for missed weeks.

Enrollment Policy: Camp rosters will close 1 week prior to first day of the camp week. If you have not preselected your week more than 7 days before, you are not guaranteed a spot. Exceptions will be based on staffing and availability. No refunds or credits will be given for missed enrollment camp weeks.

*If you are a Weekly Camper, unfortunately missing any Camp days due to sickness do not roll over into another week or cannot be credited to your account.