GYMFINITY’S BUMMER FREE SUMMER CAMP 2018…
Registration starts February 15th!
Give your child the GREATEST summer experience with Gymfinity!
Bummer Free Summer Camp is our flagship camp for kids ages 5-12 years old. Every week includes many different sports, games, crafts, and activities. We also provide plenty of outdoor activities and playtime. The doors open at 7:45 a.m. with activities starting promptly at 8:00 a.m. Camp activity time runs from 8:00 a.m. until 3:30pm, and extended after care will be offered from 3:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Gymfinity offers Select-A-Schedule! This is unique from any other local camp. You can choose any particular day, multiple days, or full weeks.
All of our camps provide the best instructors: safety educated, responsible, and fun for your children. Every camp has different activities available including arts & crafts, swimming, open play time, bowling, day trips to exciting destinations, plenty of good fresh air time, sports, fitness activities, and games!
Mondays are Gymfinity days, and the kids will stay at Gymfinity. On Tuesdays and Thursdays, there are field trips that align with the theme of the week! Wednesday is water-day and the kids will go swimming or to a splash pad. Friday, the kids go bowling and have pizza lunch.
Every camper also gets a free Bummer Free Camp shirt.
Morning snack and afternoon snack are always provided, and lunch is provided on Fridays.
For the first time.. 10 weeks of fun instead of 9!
Deadline to Register
|1||June 11 – June 15||June 4, 2018 at 12pm cst|
|2||June 18 – June 22||June 11, 2018 at 12pm cst|
|3||June 25 – June 29||June 18, 2018 at 12pm cst|
|4||July 9 – July 13||June 29, 2018 at 12pm cst|
|5||July 16 – July 20||July 9, 2018 at 12pm cst|
|6||July 23 – July 27||July 16, 2018 at 12pm cst|
|7||July 30 – August 3||July 23, 2018 at 12pm cst|
|8||August 6 – August 10||July 30, 2018 at 12pm cst|
|9||August 13 – August 17||August 6, 2018 at 12pm cst|
|10||August 20 – August 24||August 13, 2018 at 12pm cst|
More field trips, information regarding activities, and specific dates will be added as they are known. The themes for each week and general overview can be found below.
(June 11 – June 15)
How is it Made?:
The foods we love or toys we play with all the time… how are they made? The kids will venture to different parts of the state to see how cheese is made in Monroe and how ice cream is made in Madison.
(June 18 – June 21)
Everything we do this week is interactive and hands on! We will head to Milwaukee for the day to visit Discovery World where they have an aquarium, a design lab, virtual reality explorations, a focus on automation, energy, muscles, physics, etc, and The Betty Brinn Museum! We will also visit the Madison Children’s Museum!
(June 25 – June 29)
Asteroids and Aliens:
When we look up at the starry sky, what is up there?! We will learn what is REALLY up there at UW-Space Place; studying the stars and the planets and as a group, we will purchase and name a star so every time we look into the night sky, we will remember that this week was out of this world!
(July 9 – July 13)
Madison is a fun place to live and there is so much to see! We will have a Madison packed week, getting tours of the Wisconsin State Capitol, The Governor’s Mansion, Camp Randall, and the Kohl Center!
(July 16 – July 20)
We will travel back and time and into the future this week! We will travel to Old World Wisconsin where we will experiences small town life in 1875-1885! We will see historic structures, the blacksmith shop, a shoe shop, the farmsteads, the way they prepared food and get our hands dirty (or clean!) doing domestic chores and crafts like they would have done then! We will also visit the Veteran’s Museum, studying different points in time. Once we are done traveling to the past we will take it to the future, and play laser-tag!
(July 23 – July 27)
Wacky and Weird:
This week is full of wacky and weird odds and ends and kids will do it all! We will venture to the Dells where we will see what the Ripley’s Believe It or Not Museum has in store. We will also take a trip through a Mayan Temple in search of the Golden Skull at Lost Temple, and visit Wizard Quest, an interactive 13,000 square foot fantasy, themed labyrinth with ball pits, mirror mazes, and a giant castle, in the Dells!
(July 30 – August 3)
We will get hole-in-ones and we won’t strike out this week while having a blast at Mallard’s Kids Day, showing off our putt putt skills in mini-golf, and hopefully getting a tour of Miller Park in Milwaukee!
(August 6 – August 10)
Planes, Trains, and Automobiles:
We will study and see various forms of transportation up close and personal with a visit to the Toy Train Barn Museum, the Mid Continent Railway Museum, and the Kelch Aviation Museum! This week we are all conductors and pilots!
(August 13 – August 17)
It’s a Zoo!:
It’s animals week! We will head into the wild to visit the Big Cat Rescue to see the tigers, the Deer Park of the Dells, and to the Henry Vilas Zoo to visit all our Madison animal friends!
(August 20 – August 24)
Into the outdoors we go, hiking at Devil’s Lake, studying rocks at UW-Geology, visiting the Arboretum, and seeing the plants at the Olbrich Botanical Gardens. Don’t forget your sunscreen!
Prices and Discounts: Full week: $250 Single Day- Mondays & Fridays: $60 Single Day- Tuesdays & Thursdays: $80 Single Day- Wednesdays: $70 Extended After Care Single Day: $7 Extended After Care Full Week: $30
If you register for full weeks before April 1st, you receive $10 off each week ($240).
Gymfinity’s Family Discounts applies to summer camp:
10% off for second enrolled sibling
20% off for third enrolled sibling
50% off for fourth enrolled sibling
At the time of registration, your first full week of camp must be paid in full.
The remaining weeks will be billed monthly.
Cancellations: Gymfinity must be notified two weeks prior to the start of the week you are cancelling.
Gymfinity will refund the week’s payment, less a $25 administration fee.
Cancellations within 2 weeks of the camp starting will not be given a refund or make-up.
Gymfinity recommends that all families have valid, credit-card information on file or additional monthly fee’s will be acquired.