CAMP-A-PALOOZA is Greater Cincinnati’s most talked about summer camp experience! Why? Four words: Kids First Sports Center…108,000 square feet of kids sports heaven! Imagine a summer camp taking place in the country’s largest children’s activity center with exceptional instruction in the most popular children’s recreational pursuits:
Trampoline & Tumbling
Address: 7900 East Kemper Road
Cincinnati, Ohio 45249
Phone: (513) 489-7575
Gender of Campers: All
Special Needs Offered: Yes
Dates: June 1 – August 20, 2021
Hours: 7-9am – Before Care. 9am-4pm Camp . 4-6pm – After Care
Ages: 5 years old – 15 years old
Q&A with the Kids First Sports Center – Camp-a-Palooza:
What makes Kids First Sports Center – Camp-a-Palooza unique?
But that’s just the beginning! We also feature over an acre of outdoor fun created especially for the kids of Camp-a-Palooza:
Rock climbing wall!
Two story climbing playground!
70 foot “Slip n’ Slide Mountain” giant water slide!
Horticultural planting station!
Covered pavilion for lunches and crafts!
Every day is a themed, non–stop, in and outdoor adventure. From morning drop–off to evening pick–up, you’ll experience crafts, talent shows, water slides, sports instruction, science experiments, agricultural projects and more!
What activities are offered at Kids First Sports Center – Camp-a-Palooza?
Gymnastics, Outdoor games, Slip’n’Slide, gardening, arts and crafts, swimming, trampoline, soccer, Ninja and Parkour classes, and field trips.
What is the camper-to-counselor ratio?
Kindergarten to 2nd graders is a 1:8 ratio.
3rd graders to 7th graders is a 1:10 ratio.
How much time do the campers spend outside?
Over half the time is spent outside.
Does the camp provide lunch/snacks or do parents need to provide them?
Lunch and snacks are provided by camp.
What is the typical daily schedule for campers?
A typical day starts with an all camp assembly, then campers are sent out into Kids First for activities that can include tumbling classes, arts and crafts, swimming, or trampoline and tumbling time. Campers rotate amount those activities until lunch. Lunch is served outside under a shady awning. After lunch, campers are given choose time, they can garden, do arts or explore nature. Then another round of activities from games to Ninja Parkour classes. Then the day wraps up with a snack and time to head home.
How old are the counselors and how are they trained?
Ask any camper! Camp-a-Palooza counselors are special people chosen for their compassion and love of children. And they’re just plain fun! The majority of camp staff are college–bound to college graduates. All are deeply committed to the care and development of each and every camper. We don’t cut corners in our training. Camp-a-Palooza counselors are American Red Cross CPR and Standard First Aid certiﬁed and attend courses in Character Development and Leadership Training.
What accommodations are made for campers with special needs?
Contact Kids First to learn about accommodations for campers with special needs.
Is this an overnight camp?