Summer days when kids are home seem to last forever. You don’t want your kids to sit around doing nothing all day, but you also have things to do and may not be able to spend all day with your kids all summer long. Let us help!
Parents don’t have lots of options for kids’ activities that build character, discipline, and confidence while keeping them active and engaged in fun activities throughout the day. Camp Dojo does all of these to help set your child up for success!
REGISTRATION IS OPEN!
Camp Dojo has 10 great weeks of fun planned for your kids this summer.
Games, activities, field trips, and all the fun you’ve come to expect from the best camp around.
Some of our camp weeks have filled up already, so if you haven’t registered yet, hurry before it’s too late!
In addition to our great in studio camp curriculum, Camp Dojo includes field trips as part of our weekly activities. Field trips give kids a chance to explore a new environment and have some unstructured free play time that is a crucial component of their development.
Each week we’ll also go to the Cumming Aquatic Center so that our campers will get some much needed sunshine and vitamin D!
Where we’re going in 2023
Here’s a look at just a few of the places we’ll be going in Summer 2023:
Launch, Xtreme Hopp, Sky Zone, Consolidated Gold Mine, The Complex, Stars & Strikes, Billy Beez, Aurora Cineplex, The Fringe, Main Event, and the Cumming Aquatic Center.
Registration opens February 1st!
What People are Saying
About camp Dojo
This is why we do what we do.
Whether in our karate classes or our camps, the Dojo is so much more than kicks and punches. Whether families walk through our doors to help their children develop focus, confidence, improve performance in other sports, or just to give their kids an amazing environment where they can have a lot of fun, nothing means more to us than hearing that we’ve made a positive impact on a family’s life.
“We think camp days are the best because he gets to do fun activities at all the hot stops for kids and he gets to do it with all of his friends.
Last night at the dinner table he was falling asleep from all the activities and games he had been doing during the day. Camp Dojo is much better than him having tons of screen time and having excessive amounts of energy at the end of the day .”
⁃ Jennifer Downey