Summer Camps for 2020 Are now available for registration!
Euro Stars Gymnsatics is happy to announce their 2020 Summer Camp Schedule for gymnasts and other active kids in the Plymouth/Northville area! These are recreational camps with skills and fun!
Join us for a week of summer camp fun!
Camp runs from 9-4 each day, with a variety of activities available in the two sessions (morning and afternoon)
Summer Camp Schedule
These are recreational camps which work on developing beginner and intermediate skills, while also having interactive time for fun, interaction during the summer months. These are approximate schedules. Groups may be split and clinic/class time may be flipped based on enrollment and skill level.
- 9 am – 9:15 arrival and getting situated – all phones/ipods/ipads will be kept in a bin in the gym, except during breaks
- 9:15 – 9:30 warm up and stretch
- 9:30-10:00 semi-open play
- 10:00-10:30 class (based on current week’s skill camp)
- 10:30-10:45 snack
- 10:45-11:45 skill clinic
- 11:45-12:00 clean up
- After Noon Camp begins at 1 pm
- Warm up
- 1:30-2:15 mini class (based on weekly event)
- 2:15-2:45 game time
- 2:45 – 3:00 snack/break
- 3:00-3:30 clinic 2
- 3:30-4:00 game/cleanup/pick up
Due to current restrictions, camps are outdoors. If this changes we will let you know.
July 13-17 – Tumbling Camp
July 20- 24 – Cheer Camp
July 27-July 31 – Gymnastics Camp – Boys and Girls
Aug 3-7 – Tumbling Camp
August 10-14 – Gymnastics Camp
Aug 17-21 – Summer Close Out Camp – Gymnastics, tumbling and more! Boys and Girls
Full Day Camp:
$225/week, $200 early bird through 4/10/2019, with code!
Single day $50/day. No early bird available
Half Day Camp, half day only for young campers age 4. Must be potty trained.
Mornings 9-noon $140/week, $30/day
Afternoons 1-4 $140/week, $30/day
For summer camps, our camp coordinator has set up specific skills and progressions for each summer camp to help ensure that campers not only have fun, but also come out with skills!
It is important for families to know that even the most accomplished athlete goes back to basics – so the skills are progressive in nature, but a sound base is important.