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Summer Camp


To complete registration documents. Must complete Step 2 to complete the registration. In accordance with DIRECTIVE AND ORDER REGARDING YOUTH CAMP PROGRAMS, pursuant to Executive Order 20-05-27-01, No. MDH 2020-05-27-02, Children under the age of 5 must obtain clearance from the individual’s primary care physician to attend a youth camp.


Summer Camp Clinton Gymnastics Academy is the place to be during Summer Break. CGA camps are a fun daily physical work for your child. You will notice a major difference in your child’s confidence as they make new friends and compete in challenges. 


Camp is open to children 4 to 11 years old. Campers will be group by age and temperment as deemed necessary to maintain a safe and fun environment.

Camp Dates

Monday – Friday, beginning June 27 to August 20, 2022

Weekly Camp Options/Rates

 8:00am - 4:00pm (Full Day) $275.00 Weekly 







Jun 27 - Jul 1

Nerf Dart Tag – A whole week of Nerf!  Campers are provided Nerf Blasters, safety glasses. Coaches set up games and coursed to capture the flag & complete target ranges.


Jul 5 - 8   

Closed Monday

July 4th

Obby Courses –Working together as a team to traverse obstacle courses, compete in mental challenges for prizes and fun. 



July 11 - 15


Safety Week – Meet our heroes:  Police Officers, Fire Fighters and Emergency Medical Technicians with Lights, Sirens and Badges.




July 18 - 22


Mega Craft Week – We will create our own art master pieces with sculpture, painting and drawings.




July 25 - 29




Just Dance Moves – Let’s explore hip hp and have fun. “Old” school & “New” school! Playing Just Dance games!


Aug 1 - 5

S.T.E.M. Week –Campers will learn to use formulas for experiments, design and make projects with team competitions at the end of the week.


Aug 8 - 12  

Dodgeball Week – A whole week of Dodgeball with obstacle courses that will challenge the best.    








Aug 15 - 19



A Bugs Life –Learn how different bugs eat where they live and how they contribute to our everyday life.  With a visit from Clear Water Nature Center rangers and their animals and bugs.


Summer Camp Videos

Each week of camp CGA takes photos & videos for parents of campers to document their wonderful day.

Frequently Asked Questions

Daily Schedule

Q:  What is a typical day at a Fitness & Fun Camp?

A:  Daily Schedule is based on a rotation of theme- based stations set up throughout the facility.

  • Early drop off Activities (Nintendo Wii & Table Games)
  • Opening Circle – Name Activity & Rules
  • Warm Up & Stretch
  • Gymnastics Stations –bars, beams & tumbling stations
  • Team & Cooperative Games, Obstacle Course & More
  • Snack & Arts & Crafts
  • Gym Time
  • Lunch & Movie Time
  • Group Fitness Games  
  • Air-Track
  • Snack & Table Games
  • Pick-up Time


Q:  When do I pay for the camp sessions?

A:  Minimum non-refundable deposit of $25.00 per week is due to hold your space, the balance is due every Friday prior to the week of camp. CGA does not guarantee camp space without a deposit.


Q:  What if my child is unable to attend camp sessions enrolled for?

A:  Due to the popularity of our camp sessions no refunds, no credits for payments or re-scheduling of missed camps.


Q:  Should I pack a lunch and snacks?

A:  Bag lunch is required when attending full day or session (NO PEANUT PRODUCTS).  AM & PM snacks will be provided by CGA.

 Nap Time

Q: Is there nap time?

A: There is no official Nap time but we do lay or sit the campers down for movie time after lunch so pack a comfortable blanket.


Q:   What should campers wear?

A:    Clothing must not restrict movement.  For safety campers are barefoot in the gym. No jewelry please. Children should bring “Flip Flops, slides or crocs” to transition between activities scheduled throughout the facility.


Q:   If I cannot pick my child or will be late for pick up, what should I do?

A:    Notify the gym if someone other than you will be picking up, we will ask for identification.  Late fee $10 per child after 15 minute grace period. Late fees are due upon arrival.

Behavior Policy

MINOR OFFENSES: Disrespect of staff, insubordination, inappropriate conversations, touching, not staying with groups and ignoring camp rules. Consequences:

1st.      Offense – Verbal warning followed by a note in file

2nd.    Offense – Loss of morning or afternoon activities and notification of parents

3rd.     Offense – Written notice to parent/guardian

4th.     Offense – Termination from program or session. This will be up to the camp director’s discretion. No refunds will be given.

 SERIOUS OFFENSES: Endangering another camper, hitting, touching, swearing or verbal abuse of staff or campers, stealing or destruction of property, general disrespect towards Coaches and gym rules. Consequences:

1st.      Offense – Written notice to parent/guardian regarding the problem

2nd.    Offense – Removal from Camp, Camper will be with Director, and parent will be notified to pick child up immediately

3rd.     Offense – Termination from camp. This decision will be up to the Camp Director’s discretion. No refunds will be given.