Spring Break Camps

Spring Break Camps

February 26, 2021

Play, explore and get moving at Schaumburg Park District's spring break camps! Camp options include:

KASPER Spring Break Care | March 22-26 | 7 a.m.-6 p.m.

KASPER Spring Break Care includes small cohorts, indoor and outdoor recreational activities, arts and crafts, sports, free play and enrichment opportunities that focus on participants’ mental and physical well-being. KASPER staff will guide children in both structured and unstructured activities throughout each day. Participants are required to wear a mask and bring their own nutritional and protein-filled lunches everyday with individual snacks and a water bottle. Camp specific details and activities will be emailed to families by March 17. Register Here

Spring Valley Spring Break Camp March 22-26 | 10 a.m.-2 p.m.

Campers will be spending most of the day outdoors exploring the trails, searching for signs of wildlife, learning outdoor skills, playing games, cooking over a fire and more! Two similar sessions, both geared for ages 7-12(given sufficient interest), will run concurrently and help to maintain smaller group sizes. One camp will be based at Merkle Cabin and the other at Heritage Farm. All campers should bring a mask, water bottle and lunch for each day. Register Here

Gymnastics Spring Break Camp | March 23-24 | 9:30 a.m.-11 a.m.

Gymnastics Camp is for those on the Schaumburg Sport Center Gymnastics Team or for those who currently train on a gymnastics team at level 3 or higher. Focus will be on increasing strength levels, conditioning, skill development, games, drills, independent workout time and more. Participants should bring a water bottle, sack lunch, and a healthy snack for an afternoon break. Register Here

Ninja Days | March 25-26 | 10-11:30 a.m.

Children will develop balance, coordination, strength and motor skills through challenging obstacle courses. These courses will teach spatial awareness and strength agility through basic gymnastics skills, swinging/jumping movement and hand-eye coordination. Participants should bring a water bottle, sack lunch, and a healthy snack for an afternoon break. Register Here

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