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Summer tennis Camp
A fantastic introduction to tennis!

Locations


KANATA: Earl of March Secondary School: 4 The Parkway, Kanata, On K2K 2B6

Ages

Boys and girls ages 7 to 12 years
AGE-RESTRICTED CAMP: All campers must be 7 or older at the start of the camp week.

Dates and Rates

Click here to see "Dates and Rates" for all of our camps

Description

Tennis lessons in the morning and swimming/off-site activities in the afternoon.

We walk (10 minutes) to the tennis courts beside the Beaverbrook Pool (NEWLY RESURFACED in 2015) for our lessons. If you don't have a racket of your own, we're happy to provide one for you. Tennis Camp is a great introduction to the game for beginners and recreational players using Tennis Canada's Progressive Tennis Guide (PDF). Under the instruction of our tennis coaches, you'll learn the basics of tennis and experience immediate success!

WHAT IS PROGRESSIVE TENNIS?
Progressive Tennis introduces the sport of tennis in a fun and interactive way and ensures immediate success for young players aged 5-12. Using modified tennis balls, racquets, nets and courts, young players are properly equipped to enjoy rallies and learn the fundamentals of the game early on. Skills are developed much quicker, allowing for an easy transition to full court. Tennis Canada fully endorses Progressive Tennis and is developing programs and competitive structures across the country to give more players the opportunity to experience its positive benefits.

camp prep kit

A detailed Camp Prep Kit (we call it "Gator Tales") containing a packing list, emergency contact information, afternoon outings schedule, lunch menu, and theme day schedule will be made available on our website here: http://www.campscanada.com/gator_tales.php on the Thursday before each week of camp.

sample schedule

Each day is packed with special activities and every day and every week is different to accommodate campers who are with us for several weeks throughout the summer.

7:30 to 8:30am Pre-Camp DROP OFF (free of charge: children choose between supervised quiet time for reading and playing board games or sports activities and games in the gym)
8:30 to 8:45 am

Large Group Game: this helps the kids warm up before we take attendance.

8:45 to 9:00 am Attendance
9:00 am sharp Campers going off-site depart by school bus (eg. swim camp, horseback camp). On-site camps remain at the school.
9:00 to 9:40 am ROTATION 1:
Scatter: kids are divided into their specialty camps and start programming with their counselors.
9:40 to 10:20am ROTATION 2:
Specialty Camp Time (as chosen weekly)
10:20 to 10:50 am Snack Break (please send drinks/snacks with campers)
10:50 to 11:30 am ROTATION 3:
Specialty Camp Time (as chosen weekly)
11:30 to 12:00 PM Daily Optional Time: campers participate in gym activities of their choice to play with counselors.
12:00 to 12:30pm

 
Lunch (lunch plan available for a fee)
Buses return from off-site camp locations
12:30 to 1:30pm

 
Flagpole (camp dance, singsong, jokes) and prepare for afternoon activities.
 
1:30 to 4:00pm

 
Whole-camp activities: see schedule below (typically public swims, no lessons provided)
4:00 to 4:30pm

 
Snack (free Gatorade available, cash snack bar available)
4:30 to 5:30pm

 
Post-Camp - PICK UP (free of charge: children choose between supervised quiet time for reading and playing board games or sports activities and games in the gym)

Weekly Themes

For a more detailed look at our weekly themes, emergency phone numbers, etc. please check out our Gator Tales.

afternoon Schedule by Camp Location

5 and 6 year olds DO NOT ATTEND OUR AFTERNOON SWIMS. They will instead visit local splash pads or remain at the school for afternoon activities including arts and crafts, movies, sports and cooperative games.

7 to 12 year olds will travel by school bus to some local-area swimming pools.

  Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Berrigan ES General Burns Swim Walter Baker Swim Gator Games (at camp) General Burns Swim Gator Games (at camp)
Longfields-Davidson Walter Baker Swim General Burns Swim Gator Games (at camp) Walter Baker Swim Gator Games (at camp)
Earl of March SS Glen Cairn Pool Swim Beaverbrook Pool Swim Gator Games (at camp) Glen Cairn Pool Swim Gator Games (at camp)
St Peter Catholic HS Bearbrook Pool Swim Francois Dupuis Pool Swim Gator Games (at camp) Bearbrook Pool Swim Gator Games (at camp)

* field trips subject to change based on availability and the size of each group.

Swim Safety

Safety is our number one concern.
We understand your concern for the safety of young swimmers. Please be sure to read our complete "swim safety rules and policies."

Quest for the Gator Cup

One of the traditions we are most proud of is our weekly "Quest for the Gator Cup". Since 1996, this fierce, but friendly, competition has pit our Safari friends (Iguanas, Parrots, Treefrogs, Cheetahs, Elephants, and Gators) against one another in a week-long competition that we call the "Quest for the Gator Cup". Each team consists of campers of all ages and from all Specialty Camps and their counselors. At the end of each week, every camper receives a commemorative ribbon celebrating their participation in this one-of-a-kind event.

The Gator Cup is sure to be the highlight of every camper's week and something they will remember for years to come.



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camp planner
Click anywhere on the image below to open our Summer Camp Planner. (PDF)

Click to open our Summer Camp Planner (PDF)