CAMP-A-PALOOZA is Greater Cincinnati’s most talked about summer camp experience! Why? Four words: Kids First Sports Center…108,000 square feet of kids sports heaven! Imagine a summer camp taking place in the country’s largest children’s activity center with exceptional instruction in the most popular children’s recreational pursuits:
- Trampoline & Tumbling
But that’s just the beginning! We also feature over an acre of outdoor fun created especially for the kids of Camp-a-Palooza:
- Rock climbing wall!
- Two story climbing playground!
- 70 foot “Slip n’ Slide Mountain” giant water slide!
- Horticultural planting station!
- Covered pavilion for lunches and crafts!
- Enclosed Dodgeball Court!
Every day is a themed, non–stop, in and outdoor adventure. From morning drop–off to evening pick–up, you’ll experience crafts, talent shows, water slides, sports instruction, science experiments, agricultural projects and more!
What about lunch? Pizza Mondays and Chick-Fil-A Fridays – 2 kid favorites! During the week, we will be working with local restaurants and doing some in-house cooking with the kids to provide some fun lunch opportunities. We will be grilling out, doing taco bars and much, much more! We are conscious of many food allergies, but if you have a specific need that you would like to discuss with the Camp Department Leader, please feel free to do so!
And speaking of adventure, our weekly field trips are famous for combining excitement and learning! A quick bus ride and we’re at the Newport Aquarium or the Zoo or the Cincinnati Museum among other top kid-spots in the city. Check out our latest online brochure for details and destinations. And we’ve even thought about the needs of working parents. Camp-a-Palooza provides “Before Care” so campers can be dropped off as early as 7:00am or “After Care” where campers can stay as late as 6:00pm to accommodate their parent’s busy commute.
Leader in Training Program designed specifically for teens (ages 13-15) in mind! While still taking part in typical camper experiences (attending activities and participating in camp events), the LITs have unique opportunities and responsibilities separate from the rest of the camp. LITs will have the chance to lead an all camp activity and assist younger campers on registration days. Each year, the LIT group completes a service project on camp property. Projects in the past have included canned food drives and a Hoops for Healing basketball event to benefit research at Children’s Hospital. The service project is designed and completed by the group and few limitations are set as for what can be accomplished! Registration for the LIT Program begins January 2, 2019 and ends April 2019! Limited spots available!