2024 SUMMER SKATEBOARD CAMP - EARLY REGISTRATION DISCOUNT

  • $ 230.00
  • Save $ 20


SKATEBOARD CAMP IS NOT REFUNDABLE UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES

Save $20/week on 2024 Summer Skateboard Camps if you sign up during the month of February.

Schedule (tentative, may change slightly prior to summer 2024 camp kickoff)
  • Monday
    • 8:30am:  Check In / warm up
    • 9:10am:  Board Meeting
    • 9:20am - 10:30am:  Skills Testing for making groups
    • 10:30am - 10:45am:  Snack/Break
    • 10:45am - 11:15am:  Games / Slow and Low
    • 11:15am - 11:45am:  Small Groups created / Group Instruction
    • 11:45am:  Board Meeting
    • Noon - 1pm:  Free Open Skate for Campers only
    • 1pm:  3rd Lair opens to the public
  • Tuesday - Thursday
    • 8:30am:  Check In / warm up
    • 9:10am:  Board Meeting
    • 9:20am - 10:30am:  Small Group Instruction
    • 10:30am - 10:45am:  Snack/Break Time
    • 10:45am - 11:15am:  Games / Slow and Low
    • 11:15am - 11:45am:  Small Group Instruction
    • 11:45am:  Board Meeting
    • Noon - 1pm:  Free Open Skate for Campers only
    • 1pm:  3rd Lair Open to the public  
  • Friday
    • 8:30am:  Check In / warm up
    • 9:10am:  Board Meeting
    • 9:20am - 10:30am:  Small Group Instruction
    • 10:30am - 10:45am:  Snack/Break Time
    • 10:45am - 11:15am:  Games / Slow and Low
    • 11:15am - 11:45am:  Demos / Slow and Low
    • 11:45am:  Board Meeting
    • Noon - 1pm:  Free Open Skate for Campers only
    • 1pm:  3rd Lair Open to the public  
  • Recommended ages:  8 & Up
  • All Experience levels welcome

SMALL GROUP INSTRUCTION BASED ON EXPERIENCE. RECOMMENDED FOR AGES 8 & UP, ALL EXPERIENCE LEVELS WELCOME.

  • Level 1 - Brand New: Literally no skateboarding experience
  • Level 2 - Beginner: Minimal skateboarding experience at home our at public skateparks but not yet comfortable enough to navigate open skate at 3rd Lair
  • Level 3 - Intermediate: 100% in control and comfortable riding your skateboard in a skatepark setting. Knowing how to drop in is helpful but not required
  • Level 4 - Advanced: For riders who are fully comfortable riding in a skatepark setting, can drop in on most ramps, and have the basics perfected.
OTHER NOTES
  • Please make sure you bring a real, functioning skateboard to camp.  
    • It is important that the board rolls smoothly and turns properly.  
    • If you purchased your board at a skateshop or other store that specializes in action sports, you should be good.  
    • Boards purchased at big box discount stores, sporting goods stores, and often Amazon tend to not work so great.  In our experience, kids who try to learn on these types of boards struggle to keep up due to the low quality of their equipment.  More often than not, they internalize this as their own lack of talent/ability which hurts their confidence and ultimately their overall experience with skateboarding. 
  • Helmets are required for all riders, full pads are highly recommended.  
    • This includes knee pads, elbow pads, and wrist guards.  
    • In our experience, kids who wear full pads progress at a much faster rate, have a much lower rate of injury, and because of those things, have a more enjoyable experience with skateboarding.  
    • Just remember - skateboarding is very physical and falling down often is unavoidable so it is always best to be protected.
  • Make sure you bring a refillable water bottle every day.  
    • It gets very warm here and we will be working hard so staying hydrated is key.
  • Please administer any necessary medication prior to arriving at the park
  • Please wear pants or tall socks.
  • Closed toe athletic shoes are required.
  • Please take a few minutes to complete a waiver for your child.  Even if you think/know you have one on file, we ask that you complete a new one anyways.  This will help make the check-in process go much smoother which means we can get to the fun stuff (riding) quicker.