The Department of Campus Recreation offers summer camps at its Student Recreation Center. Camps focus on recreational and physical activities such as rock wall climbing, ping-pong, outdoor games, sports, and more.
Per the university's Reopening Committee, our 2021 summer camps will be open to children* of current USA students, employees, and Student Recreation Center members only. Registration will begin on Monday, March 22, 2021. We hope that our loyal families who are not affiliated with USA will join us again in 2022.
*"Children" is defined as children who live with you and for whom you are the primary caregiver.
USA Student Recreation Center at 51 Jaguar Blvd, on the corner of Jaguar Blvd and Old Shell Road.
Session 1: June 7-11, Exploring Nature
Session 2: June 14-18, Adventure Awaits
Session 3: June 21-25, Sports Galore
Session 4: June 28-July 2, Party at USA
Session 5: July 12-16, Jaguar Olympics
Session 6: July 19-23, Sports Galore
Session 7: July 26-30, Best of Summer
No camp the week of July 5-9 due to the Independence Day holiday.
Monday-Friday, 7:45am-3:00pm each day. Children must arrive by 8:30am each day so we can complete health screening.
*Due to COVID-19, our camp day will be shorter than in previous years. We look forward to returning to full-day camps in 2022.
Rising 1st-6th graders. Campers must have completed kindergarten and may not be entering 7th grade or higher. No exceptions.
*Due to COVID-19, we will operate camps at 50% capacity and only be able to accommodate rising 1st-6th graders. We look forward to welcoming back 7th-8th graders in 2022.
The rates listed below are per child, per week. Only children of current USA students and Student Recreation Center members may get the member rate. USA employees who are not members of the SRC will pay the non-member rate. Camp rate includes lunch every day from the Fresh Food Company.
|Registration Type||Member rate||Non-member rate|
|Late* (day-of registration)||$185/week||$215/week|
*Please see our registration page for each session's late registration deadlines.
Camp counselors are USA students who are certified in American Red Cross CPR/AED/First Aid, have completed our in-house staff training, and have passed a background check. Certified lifeguards supervise all pool activities. The Outdoor Adventures staff supervises the rock wall.
Please click on the menu options to learn more about registration, camper checklist and schedule, dining, the camp handbook and the counselor job application.
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