|More Than Just Sports!
In addition to the Intensive Sports Camp experience, we offer our campers a great opportunity to escape the courts, fields, and courses and have some fun in the evenings. Each week we offer a variety of non-sport activities.
2013 Schedule of Evening Activities
This schedule is subject to change if the companies we have reserved with cancel on us. If needed, we will replace an activity with a similar one and notify you of the change.
Week 1: June 30-July 5
Week 2: July -12
Week 3: July 14-19
Week 4: July 21 – July 26
Week 5: July 28 – August 2
What if my child chooses NOT to attend an off-campus/evening activity?
Not all campers choose to attend each and every evening activity. For those campers who prefer to stay at the dorms, there are many in-dorm activities such as: ping pong tables, theWii, movies, board games, volleyball courts, and the option to have supervised “free play” with their coach of choice.
How will Campers Be supervised during Non-Sports Hours?
Our sports camps are one of the only camps that offer proper full time non-coaching staff supervision. Our policy is that supervision is of the utmost importance. Others fall short in this area, we do not!
No other sports camp can boast of the following supervision: Two different staff: a sports instruction staff’ and a separate resident staff of non-sports counselors for 24-hour supervision, activity programming and accompaniment. We have staff working around the clock to make sure that each camper is safe, comfortable and secure in the dormitories. Camp owners and directors also reside on the premises.
Description of Activities
GROCERY STOP: Campers can take a trip to the local grocery store to stock up on their favorite snacks and drinks for their room. This is a camper favorite!
OUTDOOR GAME NIGHT: We set up Wii Games, Video Games, Giant Hamster Balls, and Booger Wars (like DodgeBall)- for campers to rotate and play for 2 hours of gaming fun!
REVOLUTION SOCCER GAMES: Come and enjoy the watching the professional soccer team – the New England Revolution soccer team in the great Gillette Stadium (home of the Patriots).
BLUE MAN GROUP: Three performers, bald and shiny blue, backed by a sizzling band create a show as outrageously funny as it is amazing.
CHARLIE HORSE: A restaurant full of FUN. In this trip you will eat dinner, and receive a BAG of tokens to play in the game room. Win tokens, and choose cool prizes!
DICK’S LAST RESORT RESTAURANT: A casual, fun place to eat in downtown Boston, where the server staff have a lot of fun with the kids. Each camper gets a hat with something funny written on it. Campers leave full of laughs!
HARD ROCK CAFE: What better way to spend an evening than visiting Boston’s fabulous Hard Rock Cafe! is a chain of theme restaurants founded in 1971 by Americans Peter Morton & Isaac Tigrett. In 1979, the cafe began covering its walls with rock and roll memorabilia, a tradition which expanded to others in the chain. In 2006, Hard Rock was sold to theSeminole Tribe of Florida, and is headquartered in Orlando, Florida. The largest Hard Rock is in Orlando. Currently, there are 149 Hard Rock locations in 53 countries.
WATER COUNTRY: Join us for a full day of water activities including water slides, wave pools, riding the rapids, adventure rides and double tube rides.
WHALE WATCH: Take a 4 hour boat trip on the Atlantic Ocean and view these impressive animals up close. Last year was an amazing year, as almost every trip had a lot of “whale activity.” The special habitat we visit is the summer home to such species as the Humpback, Finback and Minke whales. The North Atlantic Right Whale is one of the most endangered species in the world, and may be seen in and around the waters of Provincetown and Cape Cod Bay.
PAINTBALL: Have a fun time playing paintball in one of Boston’s largest indoor paintball fields. 31,000 square feet of fun! Must be 13 years or older to participate, and parents must sign waivers. Price includes all equipment protective gear and 200 paintballs.
DUCK TOURS: Campers will cruise by all the places that make Boston while their ConDUCKtor will be giving them lots of little known facts and interesting insights about our unique and wonderful city. And just when they think they’ve seen it all, there’s more. It’s time for “Splashdown” as their ConDUCKtor splashes their DUCK right into the Charles River for a breathtaking view of the Boston and Cambridge skylines.
ADDITIONAL FREE TIME ACTIVITIES: Other trips that we may be offering that do not require advance sign-up and advance payment are: Movies, Quincy Market, miniature golf, New England Sports Museum, Newbury Street, Freedom Trail, scavenger hunt, murder mystery theater, dance party, etc. These items will be added on site by the directors when there is enough interest from the campers.
OUR FINE STAFF OF NON-SPORTS COUNSELORS WILL ACCOMPANY OUR CAMPERS ON ALL TRIPS.
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