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Skateboard Summer Day Camps offer flexible attendance dates running June 14-17th, June 28th-July 1st, July 19-22nd 2021
Skateboard Summer Break Day Camps offer flexible attendance dates running June 14-18th, June 28th-July 2nd, July 19-23rd, and possibly an encore August Camp TBD. The camp takes place at Southside Skatepark and meets 10 am-2 pm Monday through Thursday. Your skateboarder will be grouped based on skill level and an instructor will help them improve as much as we are able. Jason’s Deli Kids Meal orders will be taken at check-in to make sure your skateboarder has plenty of energy. We can accommodate allergy requirements with ease and water is provided throughout the day. Daily Southside Skatepark Admission wristbands are included with camp attendance. This allows your skateboarder to stay and skateboard after 2 pm when Southside Skatepark opens to the public. This is also great for parents if they may have a conflict and can not pick up immediately at the end of camp. Helmet Rental is available to all camp attendees at no charge.
We Curtail All Instruction to the Ability Level of Each Skateboarder Helping to Maximize Their Potential
Skateboard Summer Day Camps focus on basic skateboarding techniques for beginners. Some examples would be foot placement while pushing themselves along. Helping them choose which stance is best for them. Also how to lean into a turn and maintain their balance while riding up and down any of our various ramps. Our intermediate group is generally working on the ollie technique and more.
If Your Skateboarder is Unable to Drop In but Is Showing Signs of Being Ready, We Spot them to Help Avoid Injury and Build Confidence.
If they are unable to drop in but are showing signs of being ready we spot them to help avoid injury and build confidence. The goal is to have them dropping in on their own soon after this process. Sometimes they can drop in and want to start learning ramp trick basics. Maintaining speed within the bowl is another goal of intermediate skilled skateboarders. The advanced group may already be able to do kickflips and ramp trick basics. If that’s the case we provide higher-level skateboaders to address the needs of those individuals.
We help all skateboarders take their skill sets to the next level. By working in small groups we can also address questions and concerns of the skateboarders one on one. Not everyone will have the same goals and our Skateboard Summer Day Camps address the individuality of each skateboarder as well if not better than any other camp they will attend this year.