Other gymnastics camps only dream about facilities like ours!
Our housing is definitely a step above the rest.
We do not have cabins at USGTC. Our campers and staff live in dorms that have bathrooms and showers. Our dorms even have their own washers, dryers and lounge areas. There are also phones in each dorm.
Campers enjoy our new central dining hall. The finest in the country.
All meals are prepared by the Mount Holyoke College food service. Daily menus are varied with plenty of locally grown vegetables and fruit. Special dietary needs can be accommodated by contacting USGTC. Campers have a wide variety of choices at each meal.
Who lives in the dorms with your children?
Staff that are trained in all areas of camping.
Parents appreciate the fact that our camp owners, Directors, Counselors, Dorm Moms, Nurses and Athletic Trainers, all sleep in the same dorms as our campers. We also have Jr. Counselors who assist our adult staff.
We have slide card security entry to our dorms. We also have campus security guards who are with us twenty four hours a day. We also have outside dorm security cameras. Our goal has always been to provide camper supervision that parents expect.
Each dorm floor has at least two counselors. Our gymnasts and staff on each floor have small group meetings every evening after showering and preparing for bed. Counselors always accompany campers to and from all activities.
Campers get to choose their own roommates. Two or three campers can room together. No more than three to a dorm room!
Most of our campers come with a friend, but we can arrange to find a camper one or two roommates of the same approximate age.
Teams are housed on one or two adjoining floors, depending on the number of campers on a team. This means they might have the opportunity of meeting more new friends. That is what USGTC dorm camp life is all about!
Youth Dorm Campers Age 8-9
An older camper can room with a youth dorm camper on a youth dorm, but must be no more than two years older. Our younger campers enjoy the same gymnastics and recreational opportunities as our older campers.