Let it snow, and let it go at
The adventure begins at
Liberty Gymnastics Winter Camp!
At our spacious, super-clean facility, we've planned a super-fun mix of hands-on interactive activities to challenge your child’s body, inspire their creativity & stimulate their mind.
We’ll deliver a happy camper to you at the end of each day!
Ages: 4 - 5
Camp Hours: 9am - Noon
Ages: 6 - 12
Camp Hours: 9am - 2pm
No refunds will be given after 12/20.
The registration period for Winter Camp will end on 12/24.
2-Day Camp (Tu,W)
2-Day Camp (Th, F)
(Tu, W, Th, & F)
Dec. 27, 28, 29, & 30
Our small group sizes ensure that your child will receive plenty of individual attention
We have assembled an awesome staff of experienced, highly organized, and fun-loving coaches to give your child a joyful camp experience!
Trampoline & Tumbl-Trak
Rope-swinging into the foam pit
Fort-building with mats & foam blocks
Tag, Relay races, and other group games
Arts & Crafts
Each Recreational Winter Camp concludes with a GRAND FINALE PERFORMANCE that will showcase the campers’ newly learned skills!
"My daughter loves all the camps at Liberty Gymnastics! At first she was shy and anxious about trying new things, and would cry when I dropped her off. Coach EJ took her under his caring wing and made her feel comfortable so now she looks forward to every camp that is offered!"
Winter Camp FAQs
What will my child do at Liberty Gymnastics Winter Camp?
Campers will start each morning with an engaging warm-up to help prepare them for the exciting day ahead. Then, your child will learn fundamental gymnastics skills as they rotate through different events around the gym. Winter Camp attendees will be able to express their creativity with our daily crafting session. Campers will also enjoy a day out in the sun for Water Day where they will soak up the sun and play water games!
What does my child need to wear?
Campers should wear proper workout attire (leotards, T-shirt and shorts), bare feet (no shoes and socks), hair tied back, and no jewelry, earrings, bracelets, or necklaces.
Will snacks and lunch be provided?
No. Campers will need to bring their own lunch and snack each day. To prevent any allergic reactions from occurring while at camp, please do not pack any food containing nuts (e.g. peanut butter, cashews, etc.).
Does my child need to bring a water bottle?
Yes. We ask that each camper brings their own water bottle for proper hydration throughout the day.
Does my child need to be potty trained?
Yes. If your child needs to use the restroom, they will need to be able to use the toilet and wash their hands by themselves.
Have any questions?
If you need additional help, please contact us.
Phone: (925) 687-8009