2024 Summer Camps

January 1: Registration opens for Junior Members who attended 2023 Summer Camp.
January 15: Registration opens for Signature Members (new campers).
February 1: Registration opens for all remaining club accessing members.
March 9: Summer Activity Fair at your local club.

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Kids participating in three summer camp activities, including sliding down a waterslide, doing a S.T.E.A.M. project and chatting during a play break

Why Spend Your Summer at Life Time?

Everything parents want and everything kids love about camp are included in your registration:

  • Fun weekly themes
  • Two electives each week
  • S.T.E.A.M. activities
  • Sports, fitness and gym games
  • Swim lessons or swim teams
  • Friday field trips
  • Healthy snacks
  • Before care (7–9 a.m.) and after care (4–6 p.m.)
  • Curbside drop-off and pick-up

Camp offerings and activities vary by club.

Choose Your Adventure

With a wide variety of programming, it’s easy to plan the perfect summer for your kid — exclusively for Life Time junior members.

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Junior Camp

Little campers will play and learn through fun games, zany theme days and daily activities, including S.T.E.A.M. lessons and skill development. It’s a great way to prepare them for the routines and behaviors of kindergarten.

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School-Age Camp

Kids will play energetic sports and gym games and choose their favorite daily activities while learning and growing through S.T.E.A.M. lessons, community connections, warrior challenges, skill development and more.

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Tween Camp

This tween time is extreme fun exclusively for older kids. Behind the scenes, we know that they’re also learning how to build teams, develop their strength of character and become better leaders.

Choose Your Adventure

From junior to tween, we make it easy to plan the perfect summer for every camper.

Monday – Thursday Typical Schedule

The exact schedule and activities vary by club, but here’s a sample of what you can expect.

7–9 a.m.: Before care with choice activities — Before care is optional and available at no additional cost.

9–9:30 a.m.: Checkin, morning meetup and ice breaker

9:30–9:45 a.m.: Warm-ups and warrior challenge — Counselors and campers will challenge one another while also developing teamwork, problem-solving skills and having all out fun.

9:45–10 a.m.: Bathroom and water break

10–11:30 a.m.: Swim lessons and swim team — On Tuesdays and Thursdays, campers will participate in summer camp swim lessons or summer camp swim team. Lessons are organized for all ages and abilities to help swimmers gain confidence and sharpen skills. Swim team is for the more advanced swimmer, challenging them to swim the length of the pool and participate in swim meets (depending on club location). On Mondays and Wednesdays, campers will have free swim time for games and fun with friends.

11:30 a.m.–12 p.m.: Lunch — Campers can either bring a lunch from home or purchase lunch through our LifeCafe. LifeCafe lunches are $7.50–$10 per day depending on selection and location.

12–12:30 p.m.: Activity stations — Children explore areas of interest in our Club Read, Club Play, Club Move, Club Create, and Club Build stations. 

12:30–1 p.m.: S.T.E.A.M. — Science, technology, engineering, art, and mathematics activities with amazing experiments and unpredictable results.

1–3 p.m.: Electives — Each week you and your child can customize their camp experience by choosing two activities. Find out more below.

3–3:30 p.m.: Gym, sports, and fitness activities — Campers will move and groove with a wide variety of energy-pumping gym activities.

3:30–4 p.m.: Community connection — Build friendships and learn leadership skills with counselors and campmates.

4 p.m.: Checkout and after care begins — After care is optional and available at no additional cost.

4–4:15 p.m.: Snack — Healthy snacks are provided.

4:15–4:30 p.m.: Counselor challenge and afternoon assembly

5–6 p.m.: Activity stations and check out

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Friday Field Trips

Fridays are for extra fun. If your child is a registered for summer camp on a Friday, they will be participating in a field trip day. Field trip days may include an offsite destination, such as a museum, movie theater, or zoo, or something we bring in to do onsite, such as a petting zoo, or carnival games. Campers are transported to off-site field trips by licensed transportation. Field trip destinations can be found within the camp registration page for each individual week. Field trips are included in your camp fee.

Electives

Kids attending school-age and tween camps can choose two specialized electives at time of registration. This is a great way to customize their experience and make camp their own. Register early to lock in their favorites!

Arts and Crafts

Fuel your child’s creativity with a variety of fun projects that challenge, inspire and bring more art and color into their world.

Cheer

Teamwork is the main focus of cheer. We'll teach them jumps and movements, then give them the tools to build their own team cheers. While they achieve individual goals, they'll also connect with the team.

Dance

Campers will learn the basic fundamentals, work on technique and keep up the energy with different cardio dance routines. Instructors encourage self-expression, creativity, discipline and play through dance styles.

Engineering

Let’s get technical. We offer unique, hands-on activities and demonstrations specially designed for budding engineers.

Kids Studio Classes

Kid-friendly versions of our most popular adult classes: LifeBarre, SHRED, Yoga SOL, Ringside and Warrior Sculpt

Offline Coding

In this hands-on class, we meet the world of coding through learning basic programming and problem-solving strategies.

Rock Climbing

Under the guidance of a highly trained instructor, ages 5+ will learn the fundamentals of rock climbing.

Sports Sampler

Explore the basics of all sorts of sports, including basketball, football and soccer.

Tumbling

Campers learn to tumble and gain balance you never knew they had. They’ll focus on building coordination, flexibility and strength through instructor-led skills, safety, spotting and drills.

Yoga

Campers will challenge their physical and mental strength with breathing exercises, relaxation techniques and poses to increase flexibility.

For more information about Summer Camp, view our Frequently Asked Questions.

Dates & Themes

Age groups, themes and programming vary by club. 
View availability and pricing.

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Summer Fun Starts Here

Let’s make it the best one yet!

For more information about Summer Camp, view our Frequently Asked Questions.

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Membership levels, types, amenities, services, programs and their associated dues, pricing, fees and/or charges may vary by location and are subject to change. Access to clubs and certain services, programs, amenities or areas within a club (e.g., outdoor pools, racquet courts) may be restricted, conditioned or otherwise limited by specific terms and conditions and/or subject to a separate or supplemental fee for access or use (e.g., your access to the outdoor pool area may require a separate fee and be limited to your designated club). See club for additional terms and conditions that may apply. Always consult your physician before beginning any new exercise program.