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Summer camp

So much fun for EVERYONE!

Don’t let it be a bummer summer. DeVeau’s Summer Camps for ages 3 to 12 will put a smile on your kid’s face. Not only are they active, have fun, and learn new skills, but they also meet friends, and have something to talk about when school starts up. Sign Up  

           

 

Camp Information

Recreational camp tuition includes daily instruction on gymnastics equipment, trampoline, dance (for the girls) and tumble track. Campers should pack an allergy-friendly lunch and a water bottle. There will be optional fun activities offered daily upon completion of gymnastics instruction.
DeVeau's Camps are a great way for kids to wake up and burn off that extra energy.
Plus, they'll make new friends and have so much fun with:
  • Gymnastics
  • Trampoline
  • Ninja Zone activities
  • Inflatable
  • Science experiments
  • Games and more!

Camp philosophy

Our coaches are dedicated to teaching each gymnast proper skill progressions, conditioning, and flexibility exercises – all in a fun positive, and safe environment. Our goal is to help children develop a positive self-image through the acquisition of new gymnastics skills – whether for use in serious competition or for fun gymnastics enjoyment. Above all, we intend to make camp a fun learning experience!

Coaching staff

DeVeau’s features a highly educated staff with over 200 years combined coaching experience, including national level and elite level qualifications. Additionally, we will always feature several guest clinicians at each of our camps.

FAQs

What age does my child have to be to come to camp?

Your child must be 3 years or older, as well as potty trained to attend camp.

 

Do I have to come right at 9 AM or can I come later?

You may arrive anytime during the camp day.

 

How many children are in each group?  What are the ages?

There are generally twelve to fifteen children in each group.  We group them by age, according to the ages of the children we have attending camp that session

 

Can my 6-year-old be in the same group as her 8-year-old sibling?

Yes.  However, the 8-year-old will have to be in the 6-year-old's group.  Please make sure the older child is okay with this.

 

Do they need to bring lunches, snacks and/or drinks?

They will need to bring a lunch as well as a water bottle.

 

What do the children do?

Campers will be split into groups according to their age during each camp session.  The kids will learn gymnastics, play games and participate in team-building and problem-solving activities.

 

Can anyone pickup my child?

Only the individuals authorized through your completed registration can pickup your child.  If there are changes those need to be sent in writing to Tangera5@hotmail.com.

 

Can I drop off my child early?  Pick up late?

The camp session begins promptly at 9 a.m.  We do not allow early drop-off.  The sessions are over at 3 p.m.  We allow a five-minute grace period when picking up your child, and then there is a $15 late fee for every five minutes that you are late.

 

What do they wear?

Cotton t-shirts and shorts are appropriate.  Girls may wear leotards if they have them; we also sell them if you would like to purchase one.  The children will go barefoot when they are in the gym but will need shoes for any activities outside the gym.

 

Is camp the same as a gymnastics class?

Camp is not the same as a gymnastics class.  Gymnastics classes have a smaller student-teacher ratios, are a bit more structured, and we chart the children's progress.  In camp, the children are learning some gymnastics, but it is mostly for fun.  The gymnastics skills are incorporated into the games the children play.  So no worries if your student does not have any experience.

 

What do I do if my child needs to take medication while he/she is at camp?

We will be happy to give your child his/her medicine.  Please give the medication to the front desk in its original container with the child's name on it, as well as instructions on how much should be taken at what time.

 

My child is potty trained but still has frequent accidents.

Restroom breaks are incorporated all through the camp schedule and the children can always ask to use the restroom.  If your son or daughter has an accident we will contact you for pickup.

 

My child has special needs.  Can he/she attend your camps?

Your child is welcome to come and try it out.  Each child is different, so we can try it once and plan from there.  The biggest issue will be whether or not your child can stay with his/her group.  This is a safety issue for all of the kids in the gym so that they do not get hurt. We have worked with several special needs children, and if we know that your child is coming it helps us better prepare.

Fall camp

Fall Break Camp Dates
Ninja Camp or Recreational Gymnastics Camp October 18-20
  • Ages 5-13
  • Time: 9:00am - 3:00pm
  • Cost: $195 for all 3 days or $65 per day
  • Sign up here

Camp Information

Recreational camp tuition includes daily instruction on gymnastics equipment, trampoline, dance (for the girls) and tumble track. Campers should pack an allergy-friendly lunch and a water bottle. There will be optional fun activities offered daily upon completion of gymnastics instruction.
DeVeau's Camps are a great way for kids to wake up and burn off that extra energy.
Plus, they'll make new friends and have so much fun with:
  • Gymnastics
  • Trampoline
  • Ninja Zone activities
  • Inflatable
  • Science experiments
  • Games and more!

Camp philosophy

Our coaches are dedicated to teaching each gymnast proper skill progressions, conditioning, and flexibility exercises – all in a fun positive, and safe environment. Our goal is to help children develop a positive self-image through the acquisition of new gymnastics skills – whether for use in serious competition or for fun gymnastics enjoyment. Above all, we intend to make camp a fun learning experience!

Coaching staff

DeVeau’s features a highly educated staff with over 200 years combined coaching experience, including national level and elite level qualifications. Additionally, we will always feature several guest clinicians at each of our camps.

FAQs

What age does my child have to be to come to camp?

Your child must be 5-13 years old, as well as potty trained to attend camp.

 

Do I have to come right at 9 AM or can I come later?

You may arrived anytime during the camp day.

 

How many children are in each group?  What are the ages?

There are generally twelve to fifteen children in each group.  We group them by age, according to the ages of the children we have attending camp that session

 

Can my 6-year-old be in the same group as her 8-year-old sibling?

Yes.  However, the 8-year-old will have to be in the 6-year-old's group.  Please make sure the older child is okay with this.

 

Do they need to bring lunches, snacks and/or drinks?

They will need to bring a ready-to-eat lunch as well as a water bottle. No microwaves are available to heat lunches.

 

What do the children do?

Campers will be split into groups according to their age during each camp session.  The kids will learn gymnastics, play games and participate in team-building and problem-solving activities.

 

Can anyone pickup my child?

Only the individuals authorized through your completed registration can pickup your child.  If there are changes those need to be sent in writing to Tangera5@hotmail.com.

 

Can I drop off my child early?  Pick up late?

The camp session begins promptly at 9 a.m.  We do not allow early drop-off.  The sessions are over at 3 p.m.  We allow a five-minute grace period when picking up your child, and then there is a $15 late fee for every five minutes that you are late.

 

What do they wear?

Cotton t-shirts and shorts are appropriate.  Girls may wear leotards if they have them; we also sell them if you would like to purchase one.  The children will go barefoot when they are in the gym but will need shoes for any activities outside the gym.

 

Is camp the same as a gymnastics class?

Camp is not the same as a gymnastics class.  Gymnastics classes have a smaller student-teacher ratios, are a bit more structured, and we chart the children's progress.  In camp, the children are learning some gymnastics, but it is mostly for fun.  The gymnastics skills are incorporated into the games the children play.  So no worries if your student does not have any experience.

 

What do I do if my child needs to take medication while he/she is at camp?

We will be happy to give your child his/her medicine.  Please give the medication to the front desk in its original container with the child's name on it, as well as instructions on how much should be taken at what time.

 

My child is potty trained but still has frequent accidents.

Restroom breaks are incorporated all through the camp schedule and the children can always ask to use the restroom.  If you son or daughter has an accident we will contact you for pickup.

 

My child has special needs.  Can he/she attend your camps?

Your child is welcome to come and try it out.  Each child is different, so we can try it once and plan from there.  The biggest issue will be whether or not your child can stay with his/her group.  This is a safety issue for all of the kids in the gym so that they do not get hurt. We have worked with several special needs children, and if we know that your child is coming it helps us better prepare.

Winter camp

There are no winter blues here!

Blue is not a feeling when your kid comes to DeVeau’s Winter Camps. For ages 3 to 12, winter camps keep your kid active while having fun and learning new skills, but they’re also a great place to meet friends and let out pent up energy.

Camp Dates

Donuts with Santa - December 17, 2023 Arctic Adventure - December 27-29, 2023
  • Time: 9:00am - 3:00pm
  • Cost: $65 per day - Enroll for single day or all days
  • Sign up here
Presidents' Day Camp - February 19, 2024

Camp Information

Recreational camp tuition includes daily instruction on gymnastics equipment, trampoline, dance (for the girls) and tumble track. Campers should pack an allergy-friendly lunch and a water bottle. There will be optional fun activities offered daily upon completion of gymnastics instruction.
DeVeau's Camps are a great way for kids to wake up and burn off that extra energy.
Plus, they'll make new friends and have so much fun with:
  • Gymnastics
  • Trampoline
  • Ninja Zone activities
  • Inflatable
  • Science experiments
  • Games and more!

Camp philosophy

Our coaches are dedicated to teaching each gymnast proper skill progressions, conditioning, and flexibility exercises – all in a fun positive, and safe environment. Our goal is to help children develop a positive self-image through the acquisition of new gymnastics skills – whether for use in serious competition or for fun gymnastics enjoyment. Above all, we intend to make camp a fun learning experience!

Coaching staff

DeVeau’s features a highly educated staff with over 200 years combined coaching experience, including national level and elite level qualifications. Additionally, we will always feature several guest clinicians at each of our camps.

FAQs

What age does my child have to be to come to camp?

Your child must be 3 years or older, as well as potty trained to attend camp.

 

Do I have to come right at 9 AM or can I come later?

You may arrived anytime during the camp day.

 

How many children are in each group?  What are the ages?

There are generally twelve to fifteen children in each group.  We group them by age, according to the ages of the children we have attending camp that session

 

Can my 6-year-old be in the same group as her 8-year-old sibling?

Yes.  However, the 8-year-old will have to be in the 6-year-old's group.  Please make sure the older child is okay with this.

 

Do they need to bring lunches, snacks and/or drinks?

They will need to bring a ready-to-eat lunch as well as a water bottle. No microwaves are available to heat lunches.

 

What do the children do?

Campers will be split into groups according to their age during each camp session.  The kids will learn gymnastics, play games and participate in team-building and problem-solving activities.

 

Can anyone pickup my child?

Only the individuals authorized through your completed registration can pickup your child.  If there are changes those need to be sent in writing to Tangera5@hotmail.com.

 

Can I drop off my child early?  Pick up late?

The camp session begins promptly at 9 a.m.  We do not allow early drop-off.  The sessions are over at 3 p.m.  We allow a five-minute grace period when picking up your child, and then there is a $15 late fee for every five minutes that you are late.

 

What do they wear?

Cotton t-shirts and shorts are appropriate.  Girls may wear leotards if they have them; we also sell them if you would like to purchase one.  The children will go barefoot when they are in the gym but will need shoes for any activities outside the gym.

 

Is camp the same as a gymnastics class?

Camp is not the same as a gymnastics class.  Gymnastics classes have a smaller student-teacher ratios, are a bit more structured, and we chart the children's progress.  In camp, the children are learning some gymnastics, but it is mostly for fun.  The gymnastics skills are incorporated into the games the children play.  So no worries if your student does not have any experience.

 

What do I do if my child needs to take medication while he/she is at camp?

We will be happy to give your child his/her medicine.  Please give the medication to the front desk in its original container with the child's name on it, as well as instructions on how much should be taken at what time.

 

My child is potty trained but still has frequent accidents.

Restroom breaks are incorporated all through the camp schedule and the children can always ask to use the restroom.  If you son or daughter has an accident we will contact you for pickup.

 

My child has special needs.  Can he/she attend your camps?

Your child is welcome to come and try it out.  Each child is different, so we can try it once and plan from there.  The biggest issue will be whether or not your child can stay with his/her group.  This is a safety issue for all of the kids in the gym so that they do not get hurt. We have worked with several special needs children, and if we know that your child is coming it helps us better prepare.

Spring camp

Everything’s coming up daisies.

Let your kid blossom at DeVeau’s Spring Camp for ages 3 to 12. Not only are they active, have fun, and learn new skills, but they also make friends and come home happier.

Camp Dates

February 19, - President's Day Camp
  • Time: 9:00am - 3:00pm
  • Cost: $65

Camp Information

Recreational camp tuition includes daily instruction on gymnastics equipment, trampoline, dance (for the girls) and tumble track. Campers should pack an allergy-friendly lunch and a water bottle. There will be optional fun activities offered daily upon completion of gymnastics instruction.
DeVeau's Camps are a great way for kids to wake up and burn off that extra energy.
Plus, they'll make new friends and have so much fun with:
  • Gymnastics
  • Trampoline
  • Ninja Zone activities
  • Inflatable
  • Science experiments
  • Games and more!

Camp philosophy

Our coaches are dedicated to teaching each gymnast proper skill progressions, conditioning, and flexibility exercises – all in a fun positive, and safe environment. Our goal is to help children develop a positive self-image through the acquisition of new gymnastics skills – whether for use in serious competition or for fun gymnastics enjoyment. Above all, we intend to make camp a fun learning experience!

Coaching staff

DeVeau’s features a highly educated staff with over 200 years combined coaching experience, including national level and elite level qualifications. Additionally, we will always feature several guest clinicians at each of our camps.

FAQs

What age does my child have to be to come to camp?

Your child must be 3 years or older, as well as potty trained to attend camp.

 

Do I have to come right at 10 AM or can I come later?

You may arrived anytime during the camp day.

 

How many children are in each group?  What are the ages?

There are generally twelve to fifteen children in each group.  We group them by age, according to the ages of the children we have attending camp that session

 

Can my 6-year-old be in the same group as her 8-year-old sibling?

Yes.  However, the 8-year-old will have to be in the 6-year-old's group.  Please make sure the older child is okay with this.

 

Do they need to bring lunches, snacks and/or drinks?

They will need to bring a lunch as well as a water bottle.

 

What do the children do?

Campers will be split into groups according to their age during each camp session.  The kids will learn gymnastics, play games and participate in team-building and problem-solving activities.

 

Can anyone pickup my child?

Only the individuals authorized through your completed registration can pickup your child.  If there are changes those need to be sent in writing to Tangera5@hotmail.com.

 

Can I drop off my child early?  Pick up late?

The camp session begins promptly at 10 a.m.  We do not allow early drop-off.  The sessions are over at 3 p.m.  We allow a five-minute grace period when picking up your child, and then there is a $15 late fee for every five minutes that you are late.

 

What do they wear?

Cotton t-shirts and shorts are appropriate.  Girls may wear leotards if they have them; we also sell them if you would like to purchase one.  The children will go barefoot when they are in the gym but will need shoes for any activities outside the gym.

 

Is camp the same as a gymnastics class?

Camp is not the same as a gymnastics class.  Gymnastics classes have a smaller student-teacher ratios, are a bit more structured, and we chart the children's progress.  In camp, the children are learning some gymnastics, but it is mostly for fun.  The gymnastics skills are incorporated into the games the children play.  So no worries if your student does not have any experience.

 

What do I do if my child needs to take medication while he/she is at camp?

We will be happy to give your child his/her medicine.  Please give the medication to the front desk in its original container with the child's name on it, as well as instructions on how much should be taken at what time.

 

My child is potty trained but still has frequent accidents.

Restroom breaks are incorporated all through the camp schedule and the children can always ask to use the restroom.  If you son or daughter has an accident we will contact you for pickup.

 

My child has special needs.  Can he/she attend your camps?

Your child is welcome to come and try it out.  Each child is different, so we can try it once and plan from there.  The biggest issue will be whether or not your child can stay with his/her group.  This is a safety issue for all of the kids in the gym so that they do not get hurt. We have worked with several special needs children, and if we know that your child is coming it helps us better prepare.