Mondays -- Rebounderz

WHAT TO BRING: Lunch,  Rebounderz socks if you have them

OPTIONAL/RECOMMENDED ITEMS: Money for Video Games (dont worry there is plenty to do without this)

Rebounderz is filled with fun activities for every campers of all ages. There are trampoline arenas, trampoline dodge ball, slam-dunk basketball courts, a gigantic foam pit, 4 ninja warrior obstacle courses for every skill level, an amazing playground, and a giant high jump. Your kids will be exhausted and happy!

Masks: In the van and at Rebounderz required.

Tuesdays -- Six Flags Discovery Kingdom

WHAT TO BRING: Good Walking Shoes, Sunscreen

Six Flags has something for everyone. Campers are grouped with friends and by their interests to ensure an amazing day. Some love roller coasters while others prefer a day of small rides and seeing fun animal shows.  Whatever their comfort level we ensure every camper has an amazing day.

Masks: In Vans and at six flags required.  Masks can be removed while seated at tables to eat.

Six Flags is taking reservations to limit visitors in the park and promote social distancing

Wednesdays -- Cal Skate

WHAT TO BRING: Lunch and money for arcade if desired

OPTIONAL/RECOMMENDED ITEMS: safety equipment not available for rent. Bring if desired (e.g. helmet and pads)

Cal skate is a roller skating rink. This is always a fun day for the campers from beginner to expert.  Campers may choose either roller skates (4 wheels), or roller blades.  Skate assistive device provided for beginners to help with balance. If the kids need a breather there is also an on-site arcade.

MASKS: In Vans and at Cal Skate Required

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Thursdays --Hurricane Harbor (previously Water World)

WHAT TO BRING: swimsuit, towel, sunscreen

OPTIONAL/RECOMMENDED ITEMS: flip flops

Hurricane Harbor has incredible rides for everyone. Campers are divided into small groups to ensure they do the rides they want. Life jackets are provided for any beginning swimmers or at the request of parents. Lifeguards on-duty

 

Masks: In vans required.  At Hurricane Harbor masks can be removed while going to and from rides but when returning to our group spot the must be put back on, they also must be on if going anywhere else in the park other than on rides. Masks can also be removed at designated eating locations.

 

Hurricane Harbor is taking reservations to limit visitors in the park to promote social distancing.
 

Fridays -- Spring Lake

WHAT TO BRING: Lunch,  swim suit, towel, sunscreen

Campers start their day at Howarth Park. Park includes a giant play area, re-created western town, huge climbing wall, fun lake to explore, and more.  We then head to Spring Lake for lunch and swimming activities.

Masks: In Vans