If you’re a fan of our popular Kid’s Camp Series you’re going to be VERY happy with this bit of good news…
Worcester Fitness Vacation Camps are back!
We are thrilled to announce that we’ll be offering vacation camps for kids as part of our Children’s Programming once again starting with the upcoming April vacation session.
“It’s been a long wait to get Kid’s camp relaunched but our team is pumped for April vacation”, said Kat Butterfield, Director of Operations at Worcester Fitness, “The upside of the downtime was getting a chance to create some exciting new concepts for the kids.”
The April vacation camp will include Swimming, Arts and Crafts, Recreational Games, and other activities. The dates for the camp are:
April 19th-23rd, 2021
9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Of course, the camps are all set-up to be right in line with all existing Covid-19 safety guidelines and protocols. “I’m extremely proud of the job that our entire team has done keeping our members and guests safe during the past year”, Kat explains, “Kid’s Vacation Camp will be no different, we’ve always been obsessed with cleanliness here so we didn’t have any bad habits to break.”
Nothing beats having your kid’s school vacation planned in advance, chock full of healthy, fun events that will keep them happy all vacation long! Our small camp is a great, safe way for your child to enjoy their April vacation!
Each fun-filled day includes Swimming, Kids Fit Class, Arts and Crafts, Recreational Games, Free Play, and lots of fun!
Five Days: $225
Three Days: $150
One Day: $65
*Pre-registration is required. Due to small daily numbers, days will fill.
All current state Covid policies are in place.
Health History/Camp Information Form must be filled out prior to their first day of camp with us.
You will need to complete a separate form for each child that is registered for camp.
Click here to access Health History Form.
Click here for the medication form if your child requires medication.
If you have any questions about our vacation camps please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
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