COOL CAMP | SUMMER 2020
June 15 through August 28.
Eleven weekly day camps, Monday through Friday.
Beginner to intermediate instruction for general skating, figure skating and hockey.
For rising 1st graders through rising 8th graders.
Lunch provided for all campers.
Full Day = $250/week. Half Day = $200/week.
Advance registration required.
Questions: Jackson Clark, Camp Director, firstname.lastname@example.org, 704-661-5266.
|Advance online registration is required. Register early as many weeks fill up. Single day enrollments are not available.|
|Week 1||June 15||June 19|
|Week 2||June 22||June 26|
|Week 3||June 29||July 3|
|Week 4||July 6||July 10|
|Week 5||July 13||July 17|
|Week 6||July 20||July 24|
|Week 7||July 27||July 31|
|Week 8||August 3||August 7|
|Week 9||August 10||August 14|
|Week 10||August 17||August 21|
|Week 11||August 24||August 28|
|15+ Days Notice||Full refund or customer may reschedule to a different week.|
|7-14 Days Notice||Rink credit or customer may reschedule camper to a different week.|
|1-6 Days Notice||Customer may reschedule camper to different week.|
|If this will be your first visit to our rink, please review our Rules, Safety, Risks & Disclaimers before registering for and attending camp.|
Cool Camp is a weekly day camp focused on skating and ice sports. The camp has been a Charlotte area favorite since 2003.
Rising 1st through rising 8th graders.
Beginner to intermediate instruction for general skating, figure skating and hockey. Ice time includes both formal instruction, one on one instruction, games and free time for practice and recreational skating.
Figure or hockey rental skates are included with the camp. Skaters may use their own skates. Figure and hockey skates are also available for sale in our Pro Shop.
Hockey, bicycle, skateboard or similar protective helmets are recommended for new skaters. Skaters who participate in hockey activities (optional) must wear a hockey helmet. Loaner helmets are available.
What To Wear
ON ICE - Long socks, athletic pants, light jacket or sweatshirt, light gloves. OFF ICE - Shorts, t-shirt and tennis shoes.
Lunch is provided for all campers. Full day campers also receive an afternoon snack. Campers may bring their own lunches or snacks as options may not be available for campers with allergies, special dietary needs or selective tastes.
A typical daily schedule is as shown below. This schedule is subjection to change.
Off Ice Activities
Campers choose from activities in the camp space which include four square, off ice hockey, board and card games, arts and crafts or general socializing.
Phones & Tablets
Campers are encouraged to participate in group activities and to interact with each other and counselors. We ask that campers leave technology at home or with our counselors at check in.
Deductible Childcare Expense
You may deduct the cost of our camp as child care when filing your personal taxes. Please email the Camp Director if you need information about past camps attended.
ADDED SANITATION & CLEANING MEASURES - Please note that we have added measures to ensure the safety of our customers and comply with North Carolina regulations for day camps. Do not send your child to camp if he or she has any symptoms related to COVID-19 including, but not limited to: cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, fever, chills, muscle pain, sore throat, loss of taste or smell. Customers and staff are subject to temperature checks when they enter the rink. We use a non contact, infrared digital thermometer, and the process just takes a few seconds. Throughout the day, our staff is sanitizing and cleaning restrooms, locker rooms, player benches, door handles, tables, chairs and other fixtures and surfaces around the rink. We are following CDC guidelines for bleach and isopropyl alcohol cleaning solutions. In the Cool Camp area, our counselors will follow these cleaning requirements, and hand sanitizer will be readily available. We have always been diligent with regard to hand washing at meal time. Please remind your child to wash his or her hands with every bathroom visit. Note that physical contact between counselors and campers may be unavoidable, especially with young or new skaters. Many campers require assistance putting skates on, lacing them up and taking them off. Skaters often need assistance on the ice when they fall or have balance issues.
Be sure to use the camper's name when making a new account.
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