Award-winning children's programs
- Custom-crafted programs engage children from ages 6 weeks to 17 years through indoor and outdoor adventures and activities with kids their own age.
- Summer Fun University day-long programs are specially designed for the abilities and interests of each age group, and include hikes and nature exploration, swimming, field games, crafts, music, team challenges, and indoor activities.
- Activities focus on fun and discovery at all times,
with plenty of chances for new friends and personal accomplishments along the way.
Taking care of our tiniest visitors
At our fully-licensed TREASURES child care center, professional caregivers engage babies and toddlers with activities just for little ones. They'll visit the playground and wading pools, investigate the pond, and have quiet time indoors. TREASURES takes part in community-supported agriculture through Valley Dream Farm, which provides fresh, organic, and locally grown produce for lunches and snacks.
Three-year olds who are potty trained are welcome
to join the Discovery Dynamos all-day program. On selected evenings, our Kids' Night Out program for children ages 4-11 gives parents the night to themselves, or if you prefer, arrangements can be made for an evening babysitter at your condo.
Energetic fun for ages 3-4
Discovery Dynamos take part in daily activities focused around central themes like rhythm and music, nature adventures, creative crafts, or a search for pirate treasures. There are also plenty of unstructured playtimes and opportunities for naps throughout the day; an afternoon snack is included.
Afterwards, kids can spend the evening enjoying the bouncy house, slides, and activities at The FunZone, or splash in Little Smugglers' Lagoon with the family.
Inspired play for ages 5-6
Trail Blazers is designed to meet the needs of 5 and 6-year-olds looking for more adventure than Discovery Dynamos, but who are not quite ready for Adventure Rangers. Mini-hikes, field games and team activities, visits to the pool, and stories are just some of the fun activities offered.
When they're not at Trail Blazers, kids can challenge family members to life-sized lawn games, take part in the American Red Cross Learn-to-swim program, or participate in Kids' Night Out at TREASURES.
Themed activity for ages 7-10
Adventure Rangers lets kids spend the day doing what they love to do by selecting a Summer Fun University minor – Arts & Crafts, Nature & Hiking, Adventure & Games, or Sound & Stage. Everyone can also join in water fun, action games, and reservoir adventures with friends. Weekly overnight hikes are also available to extend the fun into the evening.
Outside of Adventure Rangers, there are several other all-day options including camps for tennis, skateboarding, golf, or adventure, plus day trips to area attractions. Afterwards, kids can race down waterslides, build a seaworthy craft from scratch and race it in The Friendly Pirate's Raingutter Regatta, or play mini-golf, arcade games, and basketball at The FunZone.
Choices for ages 11-15
Notch Squad participants plan their own day by choosing three activities from a daily menu that might include hikes, swimming holes, ropes adventure courses, Super Capture the Flag, disc golf, stage performances, tie-dying, silkscreening, jewelry-making, and more. Weekly overnight hikes are also available to extend the fun into the evening.
There are several other all-day options including camps for tennis, skateboarding, golf, or adventure, plus day trips to area attractions. Teens and 'tweens can also fly through the air on the Giant Swing, challenge their parents in the Us vs. Them Kickball Challenge, or experience supervised fun with friends at Teen Alley (ages 13-15).
Cool enough for ages 16 & 17
At Mountain Explorers, older kids have the freedom to do whatever they're into, and can sign up for scheduled activities throughout the day including the climbing wall, high ropes course, kayaking, working with clay, and guided swimming hole and hiking adventures.
Teens can also take part in several other all-day options including camps for tennis, skateboarding, golf, or high adventure, plus day trips to area attractions. In the evening, they can enjoy dinner and activities with friends at the Explorer BBQ and Outer Limits teen center, or try your skills in NightSpiker volleyball.