FAQ
What to know before you go

Frequently Asked Questions

Additional questions?

Our staff will be happy to answer any questions or provide any information to help get you ready to enroll!

Safety

Health and Safety is our number one priority.

We have implemented state mandated guidelines and procedures to ensure the health and well-being of our campers and staff. 

Staff

We take pride in providing professional and trained coaches. Our camp counselors are experts in their sports with a passion for teaching children and young adults. 

Forms & Waivers

A participant waiver and medical form will be required for each camper. Both forms can be completed when registering for camp on our registration portal.

Our Facility

With NYC’s largest indoor turf field, 3 regulation sized basketball courts and air conditioning, the Major R. Owens Center has emerged as a state of the art multi-sport facility. 

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How to Get There

Transportation is not available for camp.

Trainers & Nurses

A certified athletic trainer and nurse will be on site at the facility for all hours of camp. Trainers and nurses are accessible for campers who experience injury or sickness during the camp day. Additionally, we will provide a sick room for campers to rest in for their own safety and other campers’ safety.

Before & After Care

Before and After Care is offered at no cost.

Lunch

Campers are required to bring lunch and snacks from home. Nut products are not permitted.

Light snacks will be provided through the camp day.

Refunds

  • Full refunds will be implemented for any sessions cancelled due to Covid-19.

  • Full refunds are issued if cancellation occurs before June 1.

  • All other cancellations after June 1 will receive a credit for the corresponding value that can be used within one year of credit issue on all future camp programs.