Summer

Camps

  5 Reasons to choose
  American Inline Summer Camp on Wheels          

1. We have 25 years of experience operating fun, safe summer camps.

2. Safety is paramount. Protecting the children from injury is our number one priority.  We have a 25 year safety record that is -outstanding! 

3.  Camp Staff Training.  Our camp staff receives training every year in First Aid & CPR, risk management, teacher training and customer service.  

4.  Proven Teaching Curriculum. Instructors use our lesson plan, full of awesome, action packed activities that make our camps fun and safe.

5. Excellent Customer Service.  Our camp staff understands that parents are our market.  Kids want air, but parents want down to earth solutions and good service. 

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                  Sample Full Day Camp Schedule

The sample schedules below are descriptions of skills covered on a particular day, but not every day.  

Sample Daily Schedule – Learn to Ride a Bike Camp. 

8:30am to 9am-  Arrive and gear up.  9am to 9:50am - Group bike riding instruction:  helmet fitting & bike check, discover the easy way to get on and off your bike, find balance, learn how to pedal, start & stop, how to avoid falling over, ride a straight line, steer, use brakes, rules of the road and more. 10am to 10:50am  Group and private instruction.  11am to 12pm - Bike riding safety courses and group instruction.  12 noon to 12:30pm – Lunch.  12:30 to 1pm - Alternative activity (Arts, Crafts, Action Sports, Play Ground).  1pm to 1:50pm - Guided bike rides, tours and bike riding games. 2pm to 3pm - Group & private instruction, bike riding confidence course.  3pm to 5:30pm - Afternoon extended day – activities include swimming at W&L pool, (probably two or three days per week, depending on what our reservation allows), or activities in classroom at W&L such as board games & crafts. 

Sample Daily Schedule – Bike Riding Camp

7:30am to 9am - Morning extended care (optional).  8:30am to  9am - Arrive and gear Up.  9am to 9:50am - Group bike riding instruction:  helmet fitting and bike check, starting, braking, stopping, steering, sharp turns, controlling speed down hills, climbing hills, pedal cadence and shifting, gaining speed, negotiating obstacles, curbs, rules of the road and more. 10am to 10:50am – Guided bike rides, games and tours. 11 am to 12noon - Bike riding confidence courses and group instruction.  12:30 to 1pm - Alternative activity (Arts, Crafts, Action Sports).  1pm to 1:50pm - Guided bike rides, games and tours. 2pm to 3pm  - Group & private instruction.  3pm to 5:30pm - Afternoon extended day (optional) – activities include swimming at W&L pool, (probably two or three days per week, depending on what our reservation allows), or activities in classroom at W&L such as board games & crafts. 

Sample Daily Schedule – Skateboard Camp.

7:30am to 9am - Morning extended care (optional).  8:30am to  9am - Arrive and gear Up.  9am to 9:50am – Skateboard  instruction:  learn proper foot placement, discover balance, learn to push, ride, tack-turn, kick turn, ride fakie, rock to fakie, rock n’ roll, ride off a box, a curb, a wedge ramp, get air, drop in, ollie and more. 10am to 10:50am – Skateboard games and huck jam.  11am to 12noon - Skateboard confidence courses and group instruction. 12 noon to 12:30pm - Lunch.  12:30 to 1pm - Alternative activity (Arts, Crafts, Action Sports)1pm to 1:50pm – Skateboard games and huck jam. 2pm to 3pm  - Group & private instruction.  3pm to 5:30pm - Afternoon extended day (optional) – activities include swimming at W&L pool, (probably two or three days per week, depending on what our reservation allows), or activities in classroom at W&L such as board games & crafts.

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                             Camp Descriptions

Learn to Ride a Bike:    Say good bye to the training wheels and skinned knees. This camp is for kids who are transitioning to riding without training wheels.  Participants may start out with them but learn to ride with no training wheels during camp.  Learn balance, basic riding skills, braking, stopping, starting, steering, play bike games, short tours and more.  Bring bike with or without training wheels, helmet, bike gloves, and snack.  Don't just read about it.                                   See for yourself. 

Bike Riding Camp:  This camp is for kids who can ride without the assistance of training wheels.  Bike riding camp provides a hands-on, educational way for children to master the art of bicycle riding.  Learn riding skills, steering, braking, shifting, safety, negotiating obstacles, ride ramps, rules of the road and more.  Bring bike, bike gloves, helmet, water bottle, hydration pack and snack.  Don't just read about it.          See for yourself.  

Nature Bike Riding Camp:  This full day camp combines bike riding and nature. A full day of biking skills while learning about bugs, bees, poison ivy, nature, streams and lakes.  In addition to improving skills, this bike camps gives children a chance to socialize and interact with their peers getting away from the TV an into the great outdoors on paved and/or dirt trails.  Don't just read about it.  
                            See for yourself.  

Mountain Bike camp:  Develop beginner and intermediate mountain bike skills; steering, shifting, hill climbing, descending, log hopping, obstacles, etiquette, maintenance and safety.  Instruction and trail rides daily. Bring mountain bike, bike gloves, helmet, water bottle, hydration pack and snack.  Bike must have at least 7 gears/speeds and be in excellent mechanical condition.   Don't just read about it.
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Wheel Action Camp:  A great combo for wheeled sports enthusiasts!  Morning skateboarding sessions and afternoon bike riding.  For more details and equipment needs, see descriptions for Skate Board and Bike Riding Camp.  

Camp on Wheels:  A great combo for wheeled sports enthusiasts!  Morning rollerblading session and afternoon bike riding.  For more details and equipment needs, see descriptions for rollerblade camp and Bike Riding Camp.  

Skateboard Camp:  A fun camp for beginner through intermediate skate board riders.  Learn to push, ride, tac, kick turn, rock n’roll, rock to fakie, ollie, drop in, skate park etiquette and more.  Campers must bring skate board, skate board helmet, knee and elbow pads, wrist guards, water snack in cooler.  Don't just read about it. 
                            See for your self.   

Rollerblade Camp:  Campers learn how to gear up, stand up, stop, avoid falling down, turn, crossover, skate backwards, skating games and safety.  Bring rollerblades, helmet, knee and elbow pads, wrist guards, water and snack.   

 

 

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