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Parent Check List

Camp will operate differently this year. We want to make sure your summer camp week at Chelsea Piers is seamless. Everything you need to know for your upcoming camp week is below.



  • Temperature Checks:
    All adults and children who will be coming to the Chelsea Piers facility (dropping off and/or entering) should take their temperature prior to leaving their home. If the temperature of anyone in the family exceeds 100 degrees we ask that you stay home.
  • Masks:
    For the safety of our camp community, parents/guardians are required to wear a face mask during drop-off and pick-up. All children must wear a face mask during check-in and check-out and during the camp day when moving between activities in common areas of Chelsea Piers. Please take a moment to explain to your camper that he/she will have to wear a mask during check-in & check-out.
  • Facility Access:
    We encourage parents to exit after checking their child(ren) into camp. Parents who wish to remain on site to watch their child, must stay in designated viewing areas, wear a mask at all times and abide by all social distancing rules.
  • Water bottle:
    Please prepare a refillable water bottle at home for your child. Make sure your child's name is clearly marked on the bottle. Touchless water fillers available. Drinking fountains will not be available for use during this summer.

Mask Policy for Campers

All children must wear a face mask during check-in and check-out and during the camp day when moving between activities in common areas of Chelsea Piers. Campers may wear a mask during the camp if they would like; however this is not required per guidelines provided by CT Office of Early Childhood (OEC). Any face coverings sent should be clearly marked with your child's name.

Recreation Schedule

Activities will vary by day. Children should be prepared to participate in the following activities:

  • Ninja + Parkour (sneakers required)
  • Field and Court Sports (sneakers required)
  • Trampolines
  • Rock Climbing
  • Gymnastics

What to Bring

In addition to what you wear/pack for your child's sport focus, s/he will participate in different recreation activities. As these will vary by day, please pack:

  • Sneakers
  • Comfortable clothing such as shorts and a t-shirt

Lunch Menu

Individual boxed lunches provided to all campers. We are an allergy conscious camp and do not serve any peanut products. Gluten Free and Vegetarian Options available.



Show your spirit by wearing a jersey, t-shirt or even mask with your favorite team's logo on it on Friday!

Where to Check-In & Check-Out

Our camps offer touchless check-in and check-out. In order to maximize safety. We will have staff available to greet your child and bring them to their designated camp.

Location Camps
Outside South Rink (Main Floor):   Ice Hockey
Ninja Training Center (Main Floor) Ninja/Parkour
Inside Field House (Top floor) Soccer & Sports Academy
Gymnastics Doors (Main Floor) Gymnastics
Inside Tennis Club (Top Floor) Tennis


We are requiring that all families and employees sign our Social Responsibility Agreement prior to starting camp, which includes mandatory "Informed Consent Waiver" per the CT Office of Early Childhood (OEC) guidelines. The document only needs to be completed one time for the entire summer and can be signed electronically here.

Sign Here

Policies + Forms

Per State guidelines, a medical form is required for each camper. If you are able to visit with your doctor, please complete the Camp Medical form. For this summer only, you may complete the CT Health and Immunization Attestation form. Please download and complete prior to the first day of camp and email it to A separate form needs to be completed for each child one time for the entire summer.

Bringing Rescue Medication?
(i.e. Inhaler or EpiPen)

Here is what you need to know.

When you arrive on your first day of camp, please drop your camper off and then proceed to the Nurse's Office. The Nurse will check in your medication, confirm that we have all the necessary paperwork, and also review your camper's medical form with you so that we have the most accurate information. Please make sure that along with the (rescue) medication you are dropping off, that you have every item on the checklist below:

Our Summer

For more information or to enroll online please email or call 203.989.1100.