Activities

Our campers will take part in:

  • Dance Workshops
  • Soccer Clinics
  • Band Workshops
  • Karate
  • Sports & Fitness
  • Fire Safety Workshops (Facilitated by real NYC Firefighters!)
  • Arts & Crafts
  • Pottery Workshop

Our camp has full daily use of Prospect Park.  On the days we stay local, we will make full use of all Prospect Park has to offer!

New York City is our backyard! Here are some of the playgrounds we will visit:

Ancient Playground

Enter Central Park at Fifth Ave. and 84th St.
Built in homage to the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Egyptian-art collection, Ancient Playground has slides, chain bridges, baby and tire swings, ropes, and a sprinkler mixed in with obelisks and pyramid-like structures.

Carl Schurz Park

Clean, quiet, and located in a kid-friendly area not far from Gracie Mansion, the play space here is off the beaten path and therefore often less crowded than other city parks. Features include two dog runs, swings, slides, a spray shower, and sandbox. Kids like to watch the ships passing along the East River.

Carroll Park Playground

Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn. Enter at Carroll St. and Smith St.
Acquired in 1853, Carroll Park is one of the borough’s oldest. It has a paved court for pickup games, two boccie courts, two fully equipped playgrounds, a spray shower, and a clean bathroom, just in case.

Playground for All Children

There’s a boat glider-swing for kids in wheelchairs, and a crutch-friendly musical walkway, plus a ramp-accessible jungle gym, a mini firehouse, and a set of working play traffic lights.

 

 

Families will receive a full itinerary prior to the start of each session.Registration