11 Weeks
8 Different Camps
4 Locations
1 Unforgettable Summer

We have the most unique summer camps in NYC, mixing parkour with STEM learning projects!  From designing games to building playgrounds, your kids will have an unforgettable week. Scroll down to read about dates, locations, price packages, and each week's focused programming! 

Ages 7 - 13

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The More the Merrier

Each week purchased is an enrollment.
The more your child attends, the deeper the discount. Take advantage of our attendance reward pricing and look into summer camp savings. 

2 Weeks = $1,140.00 ($570.00 each week)

5% Discount

3 Weeks = $1,620.00 ($540.00 each week)

10% Discount

4 Weeks = $1,920.00 ($480.00 each week)

20% Discount

 

1 Week = $600

M - F   8:45a - 5p

30 min Early Drop-off - $10 a day
30 min Late Pick-up - $10 a day

 

 

 


 

11 Weeks of
Challenging Fun!

Every Week we learn Parkour & Play

 

Although each week has a special focus, we spend every day learning to expand our movement and fitness skills through independent physical challenges and collaborative games.  Students will:

  • Learn or hone parkour fitness skills (e.g. climbing, balancing, vaulting, jumping and swinging) from top-rated practicing parkour coaches.

  • Experiment with new and challenging movements.
  • Apply and test their skills on their own and as a team in a variety of exciting settings.

Week 1- Improv Camp (new)

 

 June 18th - 22nd 

Central Park, (Columbus Circle)

Let's Get Comfortable! Improv camp is all about being silly and spontaneous. Let's overcome stage fright and learn to move and express ourselves as a team, while learning parkour! We will use performance, dance, narrative through movement, and non-verbal communication games to get kids thinking on their feet, and building confidence and comfort as a group. Designed in collaboration with local public speaking and improvisational theater educators. 

Week 2 - StoryTelling (new)

June 25th - 29th

Battery Park, (Rockefeller Park)

Let's Communicate! Our Writer's Workshop focuses on expanding our expressive toolkit. How do we write about movement? And how do we use movement to tell a story? We'll play physical games to build a dynamic vocabulary and explore new ways of storytelling. We use free-writing, mind-maps, poetry, and stream of consciousness ideas to get kids exploring their imagination, while connecting their mind and body. Designed in collaboration with local writers and story tellers. 

Week 3 - Choose Your own Adventure I (new)

July 2nd - 6th

UWS Riverside Park, (Exact Location TBA)

No camp July 4th. Week is prorated at 4/5 cost.
 

Let's Learn! This week is up to you! Each year we've been so inspired by the creativity and uniqueness of our campers, we want you to decide. We will work as a team to discover how our passions overlap, visit the New York Public Library to research our interests, and teach each other how we all learn a little differently. What draws us to Parkour, what makes us want to move, and what happens when the campers are in charge? Performances? Projects? Games? We look forward to finding out together. 

Week 4 - Parkour Adventure & Orienteering

July 9th-13th

Central Park, (Columbus Circle)

Let's Find our Way! This week we will  learn basic orienteering and wayfinding skills, as well as concepts in geography and map making!  During this camp, kids use parkour to explore their city, understand geography better, and to read and draw maps!  At the end of the week they will have seen several different parks in NYC, as well as have drawn their own maps! (Not to mention done a ton of parkour!).  Designed in collaboration with a local amateur cartographer & middle school educators! 

Week 5 -  Art & Anatomy

July 16th-20th

Battery Park, (Rockefeller Park)

Let's Draw! This week we will learn the basics of human anatomy and drawing through movement!  We'll use parkour to learn how the muscles and bones in the body come together to help them move! Let's break parkour down into sequential drawings of each movement!  The best part?  Campers will walk away with a notebook full of drawings on the body.  Designed in collaboration with local art instructors & middle school educators.

Week 6 - Insect and Wildlife (new)

July 23rd - 27th

Governor's Island, (Manhattan Ferry Terminal)
 

Let's Zoom in! Get out your magnifying glasses, what's it like to be a bug? Inspired by our 2017 campers, we will be getting down and dirty, climbing, crawling, and tiptoeing into the intimate world of preying mantises, grapevine beetles, cicadas and more. This week we'll focus on situational and spatial awareness, quieting ourself, listening and looking with intention, and learning how to strategically and safely traverse natural obstacles. We'll talk about biomes, ecosystems, and more, all while discovering new types of movement inspired by the natural world! 

Week 7 - Urban Playground & Design I

July 30th - August 3rd

Battery Park, (Rockefeller Park)

Let's Design! So popular, we offer it twice, but don't worry, both weeks are different! We will grow our parkour vision through exploring our city's diversity of design and architecture. Let's ask questions about structures, parks, plazas, and talk about public vs. private space. Mixing architecture with parkour, campers will spend a week exploring their built environment, studying the principles of playground and architectural design, and applying those lessons by designing a playground for all ages. 

Week 8 - Game Design I

August 6th - 10th

Central Park, (Columbus Circle)

Let's Play! So popular, we offer it twice, but don't worry, both weeks are different! From day one students will be immersed in the study and practice of game design, systems thinking, and, of course, parkour! Over the course of the week we will learn not only what makes a game great, but also how to lay the groundwork to create a game of our own. Students will engage in movement, design, discussion, and play-testing. By the end of the week each group will showcase a game they designed that not only is fun to play, but also gets its players stronger, faster, and fitter! Designed in collaboration with a local game designer & middle school educators.

Week 9 - Urban Playground & Design II

August 13th - 17th

Governor's Island, (Manhattan Ferry Terminal)
 

Let's Design! So popular, we offer it twice, but don't worry, both weeks are different! We will grow our parkour vision through exploring our city's diversity of design and architecture. Let's ask questions about structures, parks, plazas, and talk about public vs. private space. Mixing architecture with parkour, campers will spend a week exploring their built environment, studying the principles of playground and architectural design, and applying those lessons by designing a playground for all ages. 

Week 10 - Game Design II

August 20th - 24th

Battery Park, (Rockefeller Park)

Let's Play! So popular, we offer it twice, but don't worry, both weeks are different! From day one students will be immersed in the study and practice of game design, systems thinking, and, of course, parkour! Over the course of the week we will learn not only what makes a game great, but also how to lay the groundwork to create a game of our own. Students will engage in movement, design, discussion, and play-testing. By the end of the week each group will showcase a game they designed that not only is fun to play, but also gets its players stronger, faster, and fitter! Designed in collaboration with a local game designer & middle school educators.

Week 11 - Choose Your own Adventure II (new)

August 27th - 31st

Central Park, (Columbus Circle)

Let's learn! This week is up to you! With school right around the corner, what did we learn this summer? Each year we've been so inspired by the creativity and uniqueness of our campers, we want you to decide. We will work as a team to discover how our passions overlap, visit the New York Public Library to research our interests, and teach each other how we all learn a little differently. What draws us to Parkour, what makes us want to move, and what happens when the campers are in charge? Performances? Projects? Games? We look forward to finding out together. 

 

Camp Details:

 
 

1) WHAT DO WE NEED TO WEAR/BRING?

  • Bring a bagged lunch, we will provide snack and appropriate substitutions if requested. 
  • Carry a draw-string bag and a water bottle. (we travel a lot, we want a light-weight pack your kid can move in!)
  • Wear gym clothes and sneakers (may get dirty);
  • Water-resistant clothes and raincoat for wet days. Suntan lotion for sunny days!
  • Health Specific Needs: If your child has any health issues, allergies, or diet concerns, let us know. 

2) WHERE AND WHEN IS DROP-OFF AND PICKUP?
Drop-off is at 8:45am daily, the exact meeting spot will be sent to you along with a point of contact before camp begins. Early drop-off and late pick-up is available for $10 a day. Pick-up is at the same location, 5:00pm daily. We’ll explore different areas of the featured park each day.

3) HOW DO WE ENSURE SAFETY?
We teach every move as a progression, showing students how to build on skills in a logical way and offering guidance to correct errors. Aside from scrapes and bruises, our camps have a perfect injury-free record. Coaches are first-aid/CPR certified and carry a first aid kit. Check out our video on Yelp

4) WHAT IF IT RAINS?
With attention and discipline, we safely train movement in any conditions. We’re comfortable continuing with drizzle/light rain/scattered showers and will go to a covered outdoor location in the park in the event of thunderstorms. Please make sure your child is dressed appropriately for the weather.

5) WHAT IS OUR CANCELLATION POLICY?

Enrolling in our camp means reserving a spot, which takes away a spot for another camper. Unfortunately we can not offer a refund for cancellations.


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