safe, clean, innovative fun!
week long Summer camps
Ages 5-14 yrs
June 29 – August 31
$399 + Gst
In compliance with The Government of Alberta health and safety regulations we are excited to announce our summer camp registration is officially open!
Our camps will look a little different this summer, but with smaller group sizes and innovative new ideas, there will be a little extra FUN for everyone!
INJANATION WILL BE CLOSED TO ALL OTHER GUESTS DURING CAMP HOURS. OUR CAMPERS WILL HAVE EXCLUSIVE ACCESS TO ALL 55,000 ft² OF ENTERTAINMENT.
• The facility will be closed to the public during summer camp hours – 7:30am – 5:00pm
• Campers will be grouped into cohorts of 9 children + 1 coach
• Cohorts will follow proper social distancing protocol and will not intermingle with children in other cohorts.
• Supervised hand washing before and after each activity
• Mandatory daily temperature checks and health screening for staff along with proper PPE equipment.
• Over a dozen hand washing stations throughout facility
• Additional staff employed to wipe down equipment and high touch surfaces between cohort groups
• No touch water bottle filling stations
We will have safety protocols in place for check-in, lunch time, washroom utilization, as well as separate hand washing stations for each cohort of campers.
Summer Week Camp
Make a week full of summer memories with our dynamic and creative camps! Kids will experience physical challenges, enjoy creative sessions, build social skills, and have fun with exclusive access to all 55,000 ft² of our building.
$399 + Gst
Pre & Post-care (7:30 AM – 5 PM)
Trampoline Grip Socks
WHAT TO EXPECT FROM A
CAMP THIS SUMMER
In order to safely and properly distance children, camps will include a variety of new creative and educational sessions. In addition to using all play areas of the facility, campers will explore art, science, social and emotional well-being sessions!
Campers will be placed in cohorts of 9 participants + 1 coach for the duration of the week. Children will be escorted to their cohort group upon drop-off, and will not intermingle with other cohorts of children throughout the camp. Siblings may be split between cohorts based on age groupings, however requests to keep them together will be accepted up to 3 days prior to start of camp.
Mandatory daily temperature checks and health screening will take place for staff. We recommend that you monitor and check your children daily for signs and symptoms of sickness as well. If a camper get’s sick mid-week, we ask that you keep them home and we will provide you with a pro-rated refund.
What Should My Child Bring?
Activewear: Please wear comfortable indoor clothing that they can run, jump, and play in! Preferably shorts or activewear bottoms. You will be given a camp shirt but it is not required they wear it every day.
Indoor Athletic Shoes: Send clean indoor athletic shoes so that they can use all of the climbing, obstacles, and turf. Trampoline grip socks are included in your camp purchase and are mandatory on the trampolines.
Water Bottle: Please send a refillable waterbottle with your child so they can use our no touch water stations to stay hydrated and have fun!
Lunch & Snacks: Please provide your child with a lunch and 2-3 snacks. We ask that all food be peanut & cantaloupe free. It’s always best to send some extra snacks depending on how hard your child plays.
Drop-off & Pick-up Information
Drop Off: Pre-care runs 7:30 – 9:00am. You will be greeted by an InjaNation staff member and asked to sanitize hands upon arrival. There will be Social distancing marks on the floor, please follow these guides and remain a safe distance from other guests checking-in. Your child will be taken to their assigned cohort, and we will begin safe distancing immediately.
Pick Up: All children must be picked up by 5:00 PM. If you’re running late after work, please call 587-353-4652 to let us know. An InjaNation staff member will greet you upon arrival, and retrieve your child from their assigned group.
Lost & Found
Due to the volume of items that are left from guests and campers, we are only able to keep them for a period of 14 days. After that we donate them to the Cerebral Palsy Association. We suggest marking all valuable items with your name and phone number. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call us 587-353-4652 as soon as you realize you’re missing something. Thank you for your understanding.
what extra precautions can you take this summer?
If you have left the country recently, we request you follow the government guidelines and self quarantine for 14 days.
Ensure everyone in your household is feeling healthy and is not experiencing any COVID-19 symptoms.
Pack your child a peanut & cantaloupe free lunch & refillable water bottle.
Wash and sanitize hands before arriving at InjaNation.
Provide your child with desired PPE equipment.
Have a question that hasn’t been answered yet? Check out our Camp FAQ page for more information.
Let’s get camping!
Reach out with a question or to get assistance booking your summer camp!
Due to a high volume of questions at this time, we recommend looking for your answer on our FAQ page before emailing us.
Thank you for your patience, we can’t wait to have you at camp this summer!