KIA Camp

Yet again, we’re pleased to announce that there will be NO rate increase for the 2017 summer season! It will be our 17th year hosting the KIA Camp, all in all. 

Head Counselors: Alex Snow/Caitlin Merkel

For children ages 5-14, why not beat the inevitable summer boredom by joining one of South County’s best summer camps, Kids in Action (K.I.A.), at Concord Lanes?

Dates: May 30, 2017 – August 11, 2017 ((Open House, May 18, 2017 @ 7:00pm)

Rates: See below!

Times: 6:30am – 6:00pm, Monday through Friday

Meals: K.I.A. Camp provides morning and afternoon snacks, however parents are responsible for their kids’ main lunches.

Swimming Trips: We take regular trips to an off-campus swimming pool.

For Information: Call Dan or John @ 314-843-9200 or e-mail us at concordbowl@yahoo.com

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For the rates for the upcoming KIA Camp, click here!

To enroll in KIA Camp 2017, click here!

Need a little convincing? Click here!

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Activities include, but are not limited to:

  • Bowling
  • Arts & Crafts
  • Basketball
  • Mini-Golf
  • Baseball
  • Volleyball
  • Karate
  • Batting Cages
  • Soccer
  • Kickball
  • Wiffleball
  • Movies
  • Biking
  • Field Trips (swimming/skating/movies, etc, but all paid for by KIA Camp @ Concord Lanes)

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5 Comments on “KIA Camp

  1. What is the staff-to-child ratio?

    Are the younger kids mixed in older kids all day?

    Do you provide downtime (naps or quiet time) during the day for the younger kids?

    Are there activities all day every day?

    How do they get to the swimming and other facilities, i.e bus?

    • Angela – Last year, the ratio was hovering right around 10:1, but it always depends exactly on how many of the part-time campers we get in a given week. We do provide downtime, especially on those scorcher days. The inside is always comfortably AC’ed for bowling, movies, or whatever indoor activity is planned. As for the trips, yes, we have the buses shuttle the kiddos to and from the activities, with the exception of Rollercade, which is just 2 doors down. Thank you for the questions!

  2. Great. Thank you. Are the older and younger kids “hanging out” with each other all day? My worry is that my 7 year old is very impressionable and I don’t want him coming home with 13 year old habbits.

    • Haha! Understandable. The counselors do tend to group all the kiddos based on grade/age, but there ARE times when they are all at the same place at the same time. But their specific home-groups are all around their same ages.

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