Summer Camp Registration Now Open
(June 1st – September 4th)
Camps are both indoor and outdoor.
Half-Day camps will be limited to the block around enerGEEwhizz kids fitness
Full-Day camps will be going on “field trips” that will include trips to parks, Whole Foods, Chicago Kayak, Apple Store, etc.
Optional Before or Aftercare – $10/day. Must be registered at least one week prior – call for details!
Full Day Options
Week – $550
10 Pack – $1,100
5 Pack – $575
Drop In – $120
Half Day Options
Week – $225
10 Pack – $450
5 Pack – $250
Drop In – $55
SUMMER CAMP EARLY BIRD SPECIALS
Through 1/31/20 – 20% off using code PLANAHEAD
Through 2/29/20 – 15% off using code GETONIT
Through 3/31/20 – 10% off using code UHOH
Full and Half Day Camps Available
Give your child the opportunity to make friends & explore new skills!
All camps include a 1 hour enerGEEwhizz kids fitness class with proprietary equipment and tracked, individualized program and a wide variety of other fun indoor and outdoor activities meant to stimulate both the mind and the body!
Don’t stress out about what you’re going to do to keep your child busy on those days off or worry about them sitting on the couch all day… sign up for one of our camps! At enerGEEwhizz kids fitness, we tackle the issues that stem from the sedentary lifestyles kids can sometimes lead by creating a fitness experience focused on ensuring kids have fun while improving their overall health. This combined with other fun, educational, indoor and outdoor activities ensures that your child is engaged and motivated!
- Kindess Rocks
- Weather Experiments
- Slime Party
- Dance Party – Including a “Flash Mob”
- Obstacle Course
- AND MUCH MORE!!!
Summer and School Break Camps
Spots are Limited – Act Fast!
There’s something missing from your back to school supply list… but you can’t get it in the store! Help your child increase their brain size, improve their focus, decrease stress, and improve academic success today!
If preventing childhood obesity is as simple as participating in physical activity for less time than it takes to watch a cartoon, why are 66% of our children still missing the mark?