We have some truly exciting news this week! For the summer of 2022, Camp W is introducing yet another new and unique feature: Week 9. That’s right: for all who are interested in taking advantage of this great deal, we are offering an extended week of camp that will run from Monday, August 22 through Friday, August 26. Better still, there will be a different field trip for every day of the week. You won’t find anything like this at any other Long Island camps – only at Camp W in Melville. Here is the itinerary:
- Monday, August 22: We start off at Bounce in Syosset, then go to Applebee’s for lunch, then cap it all off with a trip to the movies. So we’ll jump for joy, eat good in the neighborhood, and relax with buddies and popcorn.
- Tuesday, August 23: We head to Lake Compounce in Connecticut. This is an absolutely fantastic water and amusement park. Kids love it. There’s the Thunder Rapids, bumper cars, a lazy river, the Boulder Dash coaster, and the Venus Vortex!
- Wednesday, August 24: We’ll be at Dave & Buster’s, where, in addition to all the great games, each kid will get to experience the Virtual Reality Ride. This is something they definitely won’t want to miss.
- Thursday, August 25: Splish Splash Water Park in Calverton. Great stuff there. So much fun! There’s Surf City, the thrill of the Devil’s Den, Pirates Cove, the Hollywood Stunt Rider, and much, much more!
- Friday, August 26: We’ll end off in spectacular fashion, beginning the day at the Queens Zoo, then heading over to Xplore in Commack, where we’ll play laser tag and glow-in-the-dark dodgeball, plus spend some time at their state-of-the-art arcade. Expect kids to come home tired, but smiling, as usual.
Each day will begin at 8:30am, with every day but Tuesday ending at 4pm (on Tuesday we’ll be back at 6pm). All groups will be co-ed and organized by age. Each camper will receive a hot lunch from that day’s venue. Evan, the camp nurse, and fifteen other staff members will accompany the campers on this week-long adventure.
We are keeping this to just 100 campers, and limited space remains for those who want to participate. It’ll be a great opportunity for kids to make more friends and have more adventures. This is the type of week they’ll talk about the entire school year, I assure you.
For parents who have to work, what a relief this extra week of camp offers. I know from experience that the time between when camp ends and when school restarts can be a difficult one: kids are home with nothing to do and finding babysitters can be a task. But now you don’t have to worry: Camp W has got you covered. The only thing you’ll have to deal with is a kid who doesn’t want to stop telling you about all the great things they did that day. (We just made your “Uh-oh” turn into a WA-HOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!”)
Camp W truly strives to be the best of all Long Island camps, and our Week 9 program is yet another way we’re looking to set a new bar when it comes to giving kids an outstanding summer.
Feel free to give us a call if you have any questions. I myself am extremely pumped about this, as I know it’s going to be an amazing, amazing experience that won’t soon be forg