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Summer Kids' Camps

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Sports & Fitness Day Camp

Unique opportunity for kids to participate in a FUN and active summer camp that will ​feature both recreational play and professional skills instruction.


5/28-5/31 General programming/Introduction
6/3-6/7 MAPS & Soccer
6/10-6/14 Pickleball & Football
6/17-6/21 Basketball & CrossFit
6/24-6/28 Learn to Skate & Baseball/Softball
7/1-7/5 Judo/Golf - (No camp on 7/4)
7/8-7/12 Volleyball & Lacrosse
7/15-7/19 Hockey & Basketball
7/22-7/26 Pickleball & Rugby
7/29-8/2 Yoga & Soccer
8/5-8/9 Competitions Week



      At Impact, we have a unique opportunity to provide your child with an introduction to a variety of sports, with highly qualified instructors, in a state of the art facility.  Each week of camp will have a two sports themes we are featuring.  During that week, campers will learn the basic skills and rules of various sports, while making friends and working on team building skills.  Campers will have the opportunity for “free time”, chances for arts and crafts, enjoying downtime playing board games and watching movies and participating in organized activities.  Campers will also enjoy off site field trips and weekly swimming.  The staff at Impact’s main goal is for each camper to have a fun, active and safe summer vacation!

Age Requirements


 Children participating in Summer Camp must be attending K-6 grade during the 2024-2025 school year.

Camp Activities


     A detailed weekly calendar will be available on May 15 at The camp curriculum is designed to introduce children to a variety of sports and games.  Campers will be encouraged to participate in all sports and activities but reading and board games will always be an option.  

      The days will consist of a combination of small nontraditional games (kickball, dodgeball etc.), with one of our featured sports in the morning and one in the afternoon. During our time with our highly qualified Sports Performance Coach, will be a more structured setting.  All campers are asked to participate during this time.


     We strive to have a balance between structured and youth directed time during camp. During drop-off, pick-up and snack times, the camp will be together as a whole and campers can choose to utilize board games, crafts, visit with friends, and spend time in the reading area or watching a movie.  At Impact, our staff will encourage new experiences and friendships.  If your child is having a difficult time making friends at camp, please do not hesitate to contact a camp counselor or director.  We will do our best to introduce them to other children to ensure them have the best summer possible!


Danielle Reed, Impact Kids' Camp Director


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