Summer Camp

With 3 hours of gymnastics each day (1.5 hrs AM & PM), children are sure to learn and improve their gymnastics skills; along with their strength, flexibility, balance, and coordination! When we're not doing gymnastics, children are busy playing games, making crafts, enjoying and exploring the gym during supervised free time, and participating in special exercises based on the theme of the week.

(2018 to be posted in the near future)


Week One: July 10-14: It’s a Zoo in Here (The Zoo Crew)
The Zoo Crew Ottawa will be at our club Wednesday afternoon for a hands-on presentation including 8-10 animals!

Week Two: July 17-24: Dance, Dance, Revolution (Arden's Music & Dance)
Arden's Music Kingston will be at our club for a demonstration. We'll also have professionals in to teach the campers Zumba, Hip Hop, and Ballet!

Week Three: July 24-28: Do You Believe In Magic? (Rob Driscoll Magic Show)
This magic show is amazing and hysterical! You won't want to miss this special guest. The children LOVED Rob's show last year at Summer Camp!

Week Four: July 31-August 4: Superheroes (Ninjastics)
It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s a camper on the trampoline! This specialty program focuses on gymnastics skills related to parkour and free running!

Week Five: August 7-11: Fairy Tales (The Barefoot Players)
This will be an exciting week of imagination as we incorporate fairy tales and acting into our daily schedule.

Week Six: August 14-18: A Bug’s Life (Little Ray's Reptile Zoo)
A special presentation from Little Ray’s Reptile Zoo will include a lizard, snake, turtle, tortoise, arachnid, amphibian and a crocodilian!

Week Seven: August 21-25: Creative Campers (Special Guest TBA)
Kids are sure to have fun while learning something new and getting their hands dirty. This week will be all about arts, crafts, science, and experiments!

Week Eight: August 28-September 1: What’s Your Special Talent?
We’ll finish off the summer with a Talent Show where our campers can showcase their favourite skills in the gym. Parents are invited to watch!

Camp days include 1.5 hours of gymnastics in the morning and 1.5 hours of gymnastics in the afternoon (unless we're at the pool or splash pad). We're also in the gym for group games and exercises, and some supervised free play time for the children to explore our gym.

Tuesday afternoonField Trip:Splash Pad & Park at Lake Ontario Park

Summer Camp 2017
July 10 to September 3

Age 4 (as of September 1) to Age 13

At KGC we understand the importance of physical activity in a child’s development. Gymnastics is the foundation sport for all physical activity and sports. Early participation in gymnastics develops the most fundamental movement skills, physical and motor abilities, social and emotional abilities and performance skills that carry over into all aspects of life. We have designed a summer camp to ensure children keep active and have fun while learning gymnastics and interacting with other children. Your child’s safety and enjoyment are top priority. The majority of the day is spent in the gym learning gymnastics from our qualified coaches and playing with the other children during organized games and activities. During our down time we create fun step-by-step crafts and have some indoor and outdoor free time. Our facility is fully air conditioned and we have a large space out back to play. We have a second floor viewing area, lunch/snack and craft room. We walk to the nearby park weekly; every week we take a bus trip to the Tomlinson Aqua Pool to swim; and every week we alsotake a bus trip to the Splash Pad located at Ontario Park! We will also have weekly themes, special guests, and fun activities such as zumba, ninjastics, dance and more!

Summer Camp 2016 Photos

Mad Scientist

Do You Believe in Magic

Art Attack

Pop Rocks and Shall We Dance

Pool, Splash Pad, and Park


Summer Camp 2015 Photos

Gym Attire

Proper gym attire is very important for the safety of our participants.

  • Comfortable athletic clothing that is close fitting and allows movement of the body - body suit or t-shirt and shorts recommended (no jeans, or buttons or zippers on shorts please)
  • No jewelry is allowed except small stud earrings while participating in gymnastics - we recommend leaving all other jewelry at home
  • Bare feet are required in the gym
  • Hair must be tied back so it cannot touch the eye area

What to Bring

  • Emergency change of clothes
  • A labelled water bottle and/or other beverages for snack and lunch time. We have a water fountain inside our gym for use during the gymnastics and games portion; and to refill water bottles.
  • Lunch, morning snack, afternoon snack. Lunch is only needed if your child is staying for a full day. A snack is needed for a half day. We are a peanut free facility.
  • Sunscreen, hat, and running shoes for outdoor play.
  • Tuesday & Thursdayfield trips - bathing suit, towel, extra water and snacks, sunscreen, and shoes that can get wet (optional).

Pizza Day & Freezies
Friday's are pizza day! Cheese pizza is available for purchase at $2.50 per slice. Please pay for pizza in advance with your registration. Each child will be given a free freezie during afternoon snack to cool down!

Every Thursday the children and coaches take a bus trip to the Tomlinson Auqua Park. There will be a maximum ratio of five children to one adult and there are life guards at the pool. Every Tuesday the children and coaches take another bus trip to the Splash Pad located at Ontario Park. At least once per week, the children and coaches will walk to the park in the afternoon. The Supervisor and at least one other coach will attend all outings. The Supervisor will bring a first aid kit, sunscreen, a cell phone in case of emergency, and water for the children.

KGC camp is offered to children aged 4 through 12. We ask that all campers are able to use the washroom themselves. Children will be grouped with similar ages and with friends and siblings, as requested upon registration. The ratio for children to coaches is dependent on the age of our participants, however will not exceed 8:1, and is most often less. The ratio for children aged 4-5 is 6:1.

At all times during camp there is at least one camp supervisor who has First Aid and CPR training. All of our coaches are certified with the National Coaching Certification Program and receive in-club training.

Drop Off & Pick Up
Please drop off your child no earlier than 5 minutes before camp, and pick them up no later than 5 minutes after camp. Participants are required to wait inside the building and must be signed our by a parent or guardian before leaving.

Pre & Post Care
We offer free pre and post care for our campers.Drop off as early at 7:45am and pick up as late as 5:15pm. Please register in advance so we can ensure adequate staffing.

Absent or Late
If your child is going to be late or will be missing a day of camp, please notify us in advance.

Registration & Payment
Please register your child in advance for camp. We will take registrations day of, however we do have a maximum each day, so if you do not call first, spaces may be full. Payment in full is required to secure a spot. We accept cash, debit, Visa, MasterCard, and Cheque.

Cancellation Policy
A refund or credit will be issued only is a written request is received at least 5 business days prior to the start of the camp day. An administrative charge of $15 and the non-refundable Annual Club Fee of $30, if applicable, will be deducted from the total being refunded. Switching to an alternate day of camp also requires 5 days notice and is subject to the administrative charge of $15.; 613-384-1190; 1343 Midland Avenue, Kingston, ON.