What to Know Before You Go

Frequently Asked Quesitons

Additional questions?

Please contact us for further details. Our staff will be happy to answer any questions or provide any information to help get you ready to enroll!



Health and Safety is our number one priority.

We have implemented state mandated guidelines and procedures to ensure the health and wellbeing of our campers and staff. 


We take pride in providing professional and trained coaches. Our camp counselors  are experts in their sports with a passion for teaching children and young adults. 

Forms & Waivers

A participant waiver and medical form will be required for each camper. Both forms can be completed when registering for camp on our registration portal.

Our Facility

With NYC’s largest indoor turf field, 3 regulation sized basketball courts and air conditioning, the Major R. Owens Center has emerged as a state of the art multi-sport facility.


There are multiple ways for you to get to camp including on site Citi Bike terminals and subway lines with express options that are just a 5 minute walk to the facility. To view our provided bus services please click here.Pickup and drop off will take place in front of the building. Parents are not permitted to stay for camp but may enter the building to pick up and drop off children.

Trainers & Nurses

A cetified atheltic trainer and nurse will be on site at the facility for all hours of camp. Trainers and nurses are accessible for campers who experience injury or sickness during the camp day. Additionally, we will provide a sick room for campers to rest in for their own safety and other campsers safety.

After Care

After Care is an additional option for all campers., After Care begins at 4pm when camp concludes until 5pm. Aftercare offers arts and crafts, board games, video games, movies and more.


Lunch will be provided for all campers. Campers may bring lunch and snacks from home. The lunch menu can be found here.