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Camps

When school is out, camp is in!! Each camp revolves around a unique theme and includes lots of fun activities. 

Included in the price of camp is lab materials, twice daily snacks, and beverages. Counselor to camper ratio is always 1:8 max. All activities are designed for kids ages 7-12.

Parents need to complete a Child Information Form for each child that will be attending camp.

Camp is from 8:30am to 5:30pm. If you need to drop your child(ren) off between 8-8:30am or pick up your child(ren) between 5:30-6pm, there is an early dropoff/late pickup option of $7 per day, per child.

We provide twice daily snacks and water/lemonade, but we do not make lunch onsite. If you would like to have a lunch ordered for your kid, we offer a lunch option for $5 per day, per child. We typically order from Wendy's, Subway, Smokey Mo's BBQ, and Domino's Pizza.

When kids are on break, they have time to swing, play video games on laptops and gaming consoles, play board games, watch an educational show, and do interactive games on Virtual Reality and XBOX Kinect. We do not allow kids to play games with an A (Adult) or M (Mature) ESRB rating. If you have never been here before, there are a few video tours of the facility on this page.  

    Summer 2019 Camps

    Each week of camp, kids will pair up with someone and create:

    • June 3-7 - Schoolhouse Rocks
      A schoolhouse complete with classrooms, gymnasium, principal's office, car-rider drop off, breezeway, parking lot, and playground.
    • June 10-14 - Hotels & Heliports
      A multi-story luxury hotel with helipad on the roof and helicopter approaching it, interior rooms with furniture, elevators, staircases, covered entrance, and a parking lot.
    • June 17-21 - Dragon's Lair
      A castle, complete with a dungeon that has a nether dragon trapped inside it.
    • June 24-28 - Candyland Theme Park
      A fantastic 8-bit art gallery of larger than life desserts with rollercoasters running through them.
    • July 1-3 - Unsinkable Battleships
      An aircraft carrier with at least one jet approaching it and multiple stories below with cabins, a control tower, and a command center.
    • July 8-12 - DC Comics Hall of Justice
      A replica of the famed comic book character headquarters.
    • July 15-19 - Nether Coasters
      A 2 minute or longer roller coaster that journeys through the Nether.
    • July 22-26 - The Friendly Skies
      An airport complete with hangers, runway, tram, ticket counters, baggage carousel, parking lot, and places to eat.
    • July 29-August 2 - Super Skyscrapers
      An upside down skyscraper that is at least 10 stories tall.
    • August 5-9 - Dojo Master Villages
      A Japanese style pagoda village.
    • August 12-14 - Modern Treehouses
      A multi-story treehouse with different amenities on each level.

    FAQs

    What is the age range?
    Camps are designed for kids ages 7 and up.  If your kiddo will be turning 7 this summer, they can attend camp.

    How many kids attend each camp?
    We keep it small with just 25 kids max.

    What is the counselor to camper ratio?
    We maintain a superb 1:8 ratio at all times.

    Can I tour your facility?
    Sure! Just email or call/text me at 512-333-4684 and we can arrange a time to meet that is convenient for you. There are also video tours on this page.

    What if I need to drop off between 8-8:30am or pickup between 5:30-6pm?
    There is a $7 per day fee to cover the cost of having an employee be there outside their normal hours.

    Is there a materials or registration fee?
    Never! We think charging $50 for paperwork is a dishonest way to make more money.

    Is there a discount available for families with more than one kid?
    Yes. Use the code 2019MULTI at checkout to get $20 off.

    Are snacks and drinks included?
    Yes. We provide healthy (nut-free) AM and PM snacks and drinks.

    Do you serve lunch?
    We do not make lunch onsite. You can bring a lunch or pay $5 for a kid's meal to be delivered from:

    • Monday - Subway
    • Tuesday - Taco Bell
    • Wednesday - Wendy's
    • Thursday - Eggroll Express
    • Friday - Pizza Hut

    What does a typical day of camp look like?

    9-10am Work with partner on Minecraft Master Builder Project of the week
    10:15-10:30am SNACK BREAK (Cereal, Bananas, and Oranges)
    10:30am-Noon Work with partner on Minecraft Master Builder Project of the week
    Noon-1pm   LUNCH - You can bring a lunch or pay $5 for a kid's meal to be delivered from:

    • Monday - Subway
    • Tuesday - Taco Bell
    • Wednesday - Wendy's
    • Thursday - Eggroll Express
    • Friday - Pizza Hut 

    1-2:30pm Coding Activities - Programming a Kano Wand or Pixel, and/or developing a game from scratch in Scratch
    2-2:30pm SNACK BREAK (Chips and Pretzels)
    2:30-4pm Coding Activities - Programming a Kano Wand or Pixel, and/or developing a game from scratch in Scratch

    When kids are in between activities, they CAN play video games on laptops and gaming consoles, board games, cards, SkipBo and UNO, watch an educational show, do interactive games on Virtual Reality and XBOX Kinect, or play on a tablet or smartphone they have brought in. They CAN NOT play games with an A (Adult) or M (Mature) ESRB rating.

    Every Wednesday, Kona Ice will be onsite to sell snow cones during the afternoon snack break.