It is that time of year again! We are accepting Camp Registrations for our Kingsbury Kids Summer Experience! This page is full of useful information regarding camp rules, camp schedules, swimming levels, and how to register.
Please be reminded that our Summer Experience is limited to children ages 5-12.
- 8 weekly sessions 9am to 1pm starting June 24th
- Members $369/week; Non-members $429/week; includes free swim
- Week 1: Pirate
- Week 2: USA
- Week 3: Survivor
- Week 4: Ooey Gooey Science
- Week 5: Shark Week
- Week 6: Kingsbury Olympics
- week 7: Space
- Week 8: Summer Celebration
- Monday – Chicken Tenders
- Tuesday – Grilled Cheese
- Wednesday – Hamburger/Hot Dog
- Thursday – Mac & Cheese
- Friday – PIZZA PARTY!
CAMP INFORMATION AND FAQ’s
Please note that the Kingsbury Club is not responsible for any lost or stolen items.
Campers are asked NOT to bring personal items from home such as iPods, electronic games etc. Please note campers with cell phones will be asked to keep them turned off and kept with their personal belongings.
- Camp participants should wear their bathing suits in the morning and bring a full change of clothes, including underwear and a sweatshirt.
Who will be overseeing Kingsbury Kids Summer Camp?
Summer Experience and Extended Day will be overseen by Director Kimberlee Hardy, along with a staff of Kingsbury trained counselors.
- Please do not hesitate to call with any questions/concerns as our goal is to make your child’s camp experience the best one ever!
Where do I drop off/pick up my child?
Activities campers should be dropped off at the Pool Deck not before 8:50am. Pick up for campers should be completed by 1:10pm.
What if my child arrives late to camp, is being dismissed early or is going to be absent from camp?
Attendance is taken daily and we ask parents to notify the front desk at Kingsbury Club at (781) 585-3883 if their child will be absent from camp without prior notice. Late arrivals need to be accompanied by their parent to their scheduled activities.
- For early dismissals, parents and/or authorized adults on the signed authorization form will be able to pick up the camper at their scheduled activity and notify the appropriate camp Director/Counselor.
- In the event of an emergency, if a person not previously authorized is to pick up a child, the parent must notify the appropriate Director by phone or written note and the adult being authorized must provide photo identification.
What swim level should my child be in?
Please make sure you know what swim level your child is in prior to the start of camp. The graph below contains a list of swim levels and the average ages for each level.
What if I am late for the 1:00 PM pick-up?
Parents will have a 10-minute grace period after 1 PM for pick-up. If you go past the grace period, we will charge parents $1 for every minute that you are late, starting at 1 pm.
Who do I contact with questions/problems or any changes for my child in regard to camp?
Activities & Extended Day Camp- Kimberlee@kingsburyclub.com
What should my child bring to camp?
Campers need to dress appropriately for the weather conditions and have sunscreen applied. We suggest that parents label all belongings with the camper’s name. In addition, campers need to bring water bottles, additional sunscreen, bug spray, a towel, bathing suit, extra socks/shirt, hat or visor; and appropriate close toed footwear-preferably sneakers. Water coolers will be available throughout the day for campers to re-fill their water bottles. A snack and lunch will be provided for campers.
What is the make-up policy if my child misses a day of camp?
There are no make-ups or credits for missed days. Please notify us in advance (if possible) if your child will miss a day due to illness.
What if it is raining prior to the start of camp?
All campers should report to the Kingsbury Club at the regularly scheduled time. Drop off and pick up will be changed to the restaurant if there is rain or extreme heat. Check in with the front desk in case of change.
What if it rains during the day?
The camp staff has organized a wide variety of indoor activities/fitness/games/arts and crafts to keep your child fully engaged. We have use of the fitness rooms and space within the Tennis courts in the event of rain.
What will my child’s day be like?
Below is a sample day in the life of a child at Kingsbury Kids Summer Experience. Weekly themes will be incorporated in the daily schedule.
Starfish I (Ages 5-6)
For children who cannot swim yet on their own and need to be held / have support from an instructor. Beginner stroke, back float and streamline front float will all be taught.
Starfish II (Ages 5-7)
For children who can keep their face in the water for skills taught. Children should be able to swim independently without any floatation device for a short distance.
Rays (Ages 6-8)
For those who swim comfortably and independently but lack proper stroke. Focused on teaching the front and back crawl fundamentals, arm position, rhythmic breathing & treading water and elementary backstroke will be taught. Must be able to swim 10 yards without support.
Stingrays (Ages 8+)
Objective is to improve the front & back crawl. Rhythmic breathing is improved on. Breaststroke will be taught and butterfly will be introduced. Students are required to swim the length of our pool for distance repeatedly throughout class.
Swim Team Ready (Ages 8+)
This is for swimmers who can swim the 4 competitive strokes; freestyle, backstroke, breaststroke and butterfly comfortably (not perfectly.) Emphasis will be on building strength and endurance and perfecting each stroke. Racing starts, turns, and diving will be taught.
|Drop Off / Attendance
|Kids will be separated in groups based on ages
|Tennis (Group A) | Turf (Group B)
|Tennis (Group B) | Turf (Group A)
|Arts & Crafts