By Melanie Shapiro

Safari Adventure and GymNation Partner for Summer Camp

June 25, 2013   |  Local News - Suffolk County, Long Island  


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Safari Adventure and GymNation have partnered this summer to offer a day camp for children in Riverhead. Campers will partake in gymnastics and fitness activities at GymNation in the morning, and then go next door to Safari Adventure for lunch and afternoon open play, arcade games, and craft activities. Half-day campers will only be at Safari Adventure for open play, lunch, and crafting.
The play area at Safari Adventure
The play area at Safari Adventure

Safari Adventure, a children’s play, climb, and activity center, is partnering with neighboring GymNation, a gymnastics center, to offer a combined camp program this summer. The six-hour day camp for children ages 5 and older runs Monday-Thursday from 9:30am-3:30pm for eight weeks beginning July 8.

Campers will spend the morning at GymNation and the afternoon at Safari Adventure. GymNation incorporates games and activities with all levels of instruction on the men and women’s Olympic apparatus, as well as on the inground tumble trax, inground trampoline, and inground foam pit. In the afternoon, campers are brought next door to Safari Adventure to eat lunch, which is included, and then spend time in the open play and the arcade games areas. Before pick-up, campers stop for a snack and drink and participate in afternoon craft activities.

Safari Adventure also offers a half-day program, Safari Little Adventurer’s Camp from 10am-1pm, running the same dates. Campers participate in Safari Adventure’s open play and arcade games areas as well as eat lunch and partake in afternoon craft activities.

 

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