A typical full day at camp begins with a morning face-off and includes two skating sessions, arts and crafts, lunch, two snack breaks, and field time. Our campers who play hockey are able to play in the morning during our private camp ice time. In the afternoon, we join the public for our second skating time. During our higher weeks, our campers are grouped together based on age and grade level. These small groups, also known as teams, range between 10 to 15 campers with their own counselor.
7:30 am - 8:30 am | Drop off/Free Time in Camp Room
8:30 am | Morning Face-Off!
9:00 - 10:30 am | Private Camp Ice (Hockey and Skating)
10: 45 am | Morning Snack Break
11:15 am - 12:15 pm | Indoor Soccer Field
12:15 pm to 12:45 pm | Lunch
1:00 - 4:00 | Rotation of Arts and Crafts, Public Skate, and Indoor Soccer Field
4:00 - 6:00 | Pick Up / Free Time in the Camp Room
During this time as campers are being dropped off, they can play in a wide variety of games as well as do coloring sheets and small arts and crafts. There is no use of electronics during this time.
During our morning skate, we have private ice*. Only campers will be on our rink, and it is closed from the public. There is the opportunity to participate in hockey if the camper has full hockey gear. There are no formal lessons during this time.
*On select days, we will be sharing the ice with the public.
During our indoor soccer field time, we utilize the House of Sports NC indoor soccer field that is located in the Factory. We begin our field time by playing an organized game. Following, our campers can play in small, organized games such as football, soccer, or other games. We also have many recreational items such as hula hoops, jump ropes, and frisbees that the campers have the option to play with.
During our afternoon skate time, we join the public on the rink. During this time, only skating is allowed. This is a great opportunity to join your child to skate and to see what all they have learned while at camp.
Our Craft and Activity Time is designed to allow our campers to channel their more creative side. We will have a craft or activity designed to go with the weeks theme and the camper will be able to bring it home at the end of the week.
Assistant Camp Director
Please note that there is a Health Form Packet that must be filled out and submitted prior to or on the first day of camp. These forms can be found on our What to Bring to Camp page.