Taster-Tastic!

Kid’s Activity Camps 2021

Try out all watersports for just a day or the whole week!

Our summer camps offer all the fun of a watersports adventure – and that hasn’t changed this year despite the current situation.  Some things, however, may look slightly different and we appreciate your patience as we work hard to maintain our level of professional provision.  As ever, any child who is here for the whole week will get the chance to try all of the watersports we offer here and it remains a great way for children to experience windsurfing, dinghy sailing, kayaking, canoeing and paddleboarding.

Each day will have a minimum of 2 sports to try out.  Please note that if you have only booked your child in for one day, or just a couple, that they will join in with whatever is happening on that day and they may not be guaranteed to have a go at all of the sports (i.e. if they’re here for a single day they may only get to experience 2 of our sports).

Team games and problem solving

Easter and Summer camp activities are not just limited to our key sports of Windsurfing, Dinghy Sailing & Paddlesports… we are pleased to be able to offer some seriously fun, and challenging land games in the form of the ‘Ziggurat Wall’, ‘Peg Pole Forest’, and ‘Slacklining’ whilst still offering the old favourite: Raftcraft!

  • Ziggurat wall – cracking the ‘Wall’ requires team work! Working together to traverse the wall students must push the foot pegs through the wall to allow their partner to follow on the opposite side by also pulling through the hand rope.
  • Peg pole forest – make your way through the ‘forest’ using the silver pegs, taking your pegs with you as you progress. Sounds easy? This activity requires thought and planning otherwise you just may find yourself with no pegs to advance with!
  • Slacklining – the modern take on tightrope walking – is a challenging activity that promotes good team working skills, whilst developing balance and fitness. Requires a certain amount of agility and balance.
  • Raft Craft – children get to build the ‘perfect’ raft for adventure-packed raft journey on the lake – are your children budding engineers? Will their rafts win the challenge?

Our team remain super-enthusiastic and fully qualified, your childcare needs are completely taken care of and we also accept childcare vouchers.

We are maintaining all government guidelines and doing our best to continually improve our operations to meet social distancing regulations and hygiene standard.  Where possible, the daily groups will be split according to family and school bubbles this year.  If you are attending with a friend or a bubble please do let us know and we will do our best to make sure they are in the same group pod whilst with us.

And you don’t need any previous watersports experience just water confidence and basic swimming ability.

You just need to bring swimwear, a towel and something to wear on your feet – an old pair of trainers will be fine. Don’t forget to send them with a packed lunch and a refillable water bottle. We have a cafe and tuck shop on site for any extra treats they might like to buy. An ice cream, perhaps.

Summer camps are absolutely about having fun and trying lots of new sports. But if you want to focus on a particular sport instead, check out our sports specific training camps in the kids’ activities.

Our summer camps offer all the fun of a watersports adventure – and that hasn’t changed this year despite the current situation.  Some things, however, may look slightly different and we appreciate your patience as we work hard to maintain our level of professional provision.  As ever, any child who is here for the whole week will get the chance to try all of the watersports we offer here and it remains a great way for children to experience windsurfing, dinghy sailing, kayaking, canoeing and paddleboarding.

Each day will have a minimum of 2 sports to try out.  Please note that if you have only booked your child in for one day, or just a couple, that they will join in with whatever is happening on that day and they may not be guaranteed to have a go at all of the sports (i.e. if they’re here for a single day they may only get to experience 2 of our sports).

Team games and problem solving

Easter and Summer camp activities are not just limited to our key sports of Windsurfing, Dinghy Sailing & Paddlesports… we are pleased to be able to offer some seriously fun, and challenging land games in the form of the ‘Ziggurat Wall’, ‘Peg Pole Forest’, and ‘Slacklining’ whilst still offering the old favourite: Raftcraft!

  • Ziggurat wall – cracking the ‘Wall’ requires team work! Working together to traverse the wall students must push the foot pegs through the wall to allow their partner to follow on the opposite side by also pulling through the hand rope.
  • Peg pole forest – make your way through the ‘forest’ using the silver pegs, taking your pegs with you as you progress. Sounds easy? This activity requires thought and planning otherwise you just may find yourself with no pegs to advance with!
  • Slacklining – the modern take on tightrope walking – is a challenging activity that promotes good team working skills, whilst developing balance and fitness. Requires a certain amount of agility and balance.
  • Raft Craft – children get to build the ‘perfect’ raft for adventure-packed raft journey on the lake – are your children budding engineers? Will their rafts win the challenge?

Our team remain super-enthusiastic and fully qualified, your childcare needs are completely taken care of and we also accept childcare vouchers.

We are maintaining all government guidelines and doing our best to continually improve our operations to meet social distancing regulations and hygiene standard.  Where possible, the daily groups will be split according to family and school bubbles this year.  If you are attending with a friend or a bubble please do let us know and we will do our best to make sure they are in the same group pod whilst with us.

And you don’t need any previous watersports experience just water confidence and basic swimming ability.

You just need to bring swimwear, a towel and something to wear on your feet – an old pair of trainers will be fine. Don’t forget to send them with a packed lunch and a refillable water bottle. We have a cafe and tuck shop on site for any extra treats they might like to buy. An ice cream, perhaps.

Summer camps are absolutely about having fun and trying lots of new sports. But if you want to focus on a particular sport instead, check out our sports specific training camps in the kids’ activities.

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£78 / £359

Who is this for?

Children aged 8 -13 years

When does this run?

09:30-4:30

What are the goals?

100% fun lots of tasters and opportunities to try different sports

What do I need before this?

Water confidence and basic swimming ability

Other options

Book the whole week. Camps also available for teenagers

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