It can be overwhelming thinking about all the activities and events you want to squeeze in this summer, but we’re here to help with one big decision – choosing the right camp for your child. Please note, offerings vary pending local COVID-19 protocols, and we are taking extra safety measures for programs that are running.
Check out our guide below for important things to consider when making a camp selection.
The Camp Experience
One of the first things you want to consider is what your child’s camp experience will be like. TGA camps provide an action-packed experience about more than just skill development. Your child will learn valuable life lessons, make new friends, and participate in team-based activities that are sure to create some of the best memories of the summer. We also keep their minds sharp by covering rules & etiquette lessons and exploring STEAM concepts like gravity, force, and angles through the sport. Watch the video to see TGA camps in action!
Your Child’s Age and Experience
Your child’s age and prior experience with the activity are also important factors. While many of our camps are open to a wide range of ages, we always strive to group campers of similar age and ability together so that everyone has a positive experience.
Who is Coaching the Camp
It’s important to think about your child’s safety at camp. All TGA coaches pass a thorough background-check, and are trained in the most effective methods for creating a fun and safe environment for kids to learn. We enforce safety guidelines and all TGA camps are fully insured.
You also have to consider what works best for your schedule. Whether you’re looking for a partial-day camp experience or one that will keep your child occupied throughout your work day, TGA has you covered.
Now it’s time to put TGA’s camp guide to use. See below to find the closest TGA summer camp to you.