Burlington

Burlington

Upcoming Sessions

Burlington Session 7 - Drop Off Camp - 2021(Date :August 23 2021 to August 27 2021)
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Date :August 23 2021 to August 27 2021
Time : 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Sports:Skateboard,Scooter
Level : Advanced,Beginner,Intermediate
Ages: 6-14
Drop off Location:
Norton Skatepark, 3040 Tim Dobbie Dr, Burlington, ON L7M 0M3, Canada
$325

Current Burlington Programs

Skateboarding

Burlington Skateboarding

Camps

Evolve’s Burlington Skateboard Camp is a drop-off only day camp operating out of Norton Skatepark. Campers are dropped off each morning at the park to receive personalized instruction and work side-by-side with our qualified coaches on their skateboarding skills!

Burlington Skateboard Camp lesson plans are designed for boys and girls aged 7-14, from beginner to intermediate skill levels. Evolve ensures kids are being challenged, engaged and can make the most of their time with us; regardless of their initial skill level. We know campers can’t spend the whole day skateboarding. That’s why we mix it up with other fun activities to ensure the ultimate Evolve experience.

The program is a drop-off day camp. You drop off your kids at the skatepark in the morning, and pick them up at the end of the day. The Skateboard Camp takes place at the Norton Skatepark, located at 3040 Tim Dobbie Dr, Burlington, ON.

Details

** Program cancellations may occur if minimum registration is unavailable **
** Pickup Locations are subject to change based on registration **

Skill Levels

At Evolve Skate Camps, our well developed skateboard lesson plans ensure that campers of all skill levels are making the most out of their time at our summer camp. Evolve’s highly structured format allows campers to advance through the different skateboard levels as their skill level improves – this could be over the course of the week, the summer or several summers at Evolve Skate Camp.

Beginner

Beginners at Evolve Skate Camp are introduced to basic pushing and foot movements within the first hour of camp. As the day continues and campers get comfortable with the skatepark, we slowly introduce them to the first level of flat ramps. As the week goes on, beginner campers are shown basic skateboarding skills from pumping on half pipes to doing their first Ollie. We also teach campers how to properly fall, as any skateboarder will do as much falling as skating when they are learning. As the week continues; individuals will grasp certain skills quicker, so group sizes are broken down to ensure that campers are continuing to learn what interests them most.

Intermediate

Intermediate skateboard lessons at Evolve Skate Camp range from dropping in and basic vert tricks to basic flatland tricks. Intermediate skateboarders at Evolve Skate Camps take part in structured morning skateboard lessons in their groups, this allows them to learn new skills in the morning and practice them in the afternoon. The Intermediate campers are offered additional assistance in the afternoon sessions to help perfect their new skills.

Advanced

Advanced skateboard campers come to Evolve Skate camp with a set of goals for the week in mind. That is why our advanced campers have one-on-one instructor time in the afternoon. Allowing advanced riders to warm up in the morning gives the coaches an opportunity to see what type of tricks each camper is working on that day. Through the Evolve Skate Camps process, advanced riders will leave camp with a new arsenal of skateboard tricks.

Equipment

Campers must have their own skateboarding equipment to be safe and successful – it’s much easier to learn how to skateboard when you’re comfortable using your own gear: this is important for all skill levels, beginners, intermediate, and advanced. Here is a list of equipment you will need for your child to attend our programs:

Skateboard

Skateboards are made up of three main components: the board, the trucks, and the wheels. Check out our equipment guide for help selecting the perfect skateboard!

Skateboard Helmet

Skateboard/Scooter-specific. *Bicycle, Hockey, and Climbing helmets are not designed for the same protection, and are not allowed

Knee Pads, Elbow Pads, and Wrist Guards

Mandatory for campers 15 and under - these are available in our shop.

Clothing & Accessories

Skateboarding or flat shoes are best Jeans or shorts Hat and Sunscreen Backpack Towel and Bathing Suit

Lunch & Water Bottle

When participating in action sports - proper fuel and hydration is important!

Need Equipment?

We can help with that - check out our Equipment Guide or visit our Store!

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Scootering

Burlington Scootering

Lessons

Evolve’s Burlington Scooter Camp is a drop-off only day camp operating out of Norton Skatepark. Campers are dropped off each morning at the park to receive personalized instruction and work side-by-side with our qualified coaches on their scooter skills!

Burlington Scooter Camp lesson plans are designed for boys and girls aged 7-14, from beginner to intermediate skill levels. Evolve ensures kids are being challenged, engaged and can make the most of their time with us; regardless of their initial skill level. We know campers can’t spend the whole day riding scooters. That’s why we mix it up with other fun activities to ensure the ultimate Evolve experience.

Details

Evolve’s Burlington Scooter Camp takes place at Norton Skatepark, located at 3040 Tim Dobbie Dr, Burlington, ON. The program is a drop-off day camp. You drop off your kids at the skatepark in the morning, and pick them up at the end of the day.

** Program cancellations may occur if minimum registration is unavailable **
** Pickup Locations are subject to change based on registration **

Skill Levels

At Evolve Scooter Camp, our professionally developed scooter lesson plans ensure that campers of all skill levels are making the most out of their time at our summer camp. Evolve’s highly structured format allows campers to advance through the different scooter lesson levels as their skill level improves – this could be over the course of the week, the summer or several summers at Evolve Scooter Camp.

Beginner

Beginners at Evolve Scooter Camp are introduced to basic riding and foot movements within the first hour of camp. As the day continues and campers get comfortable with the skatepark, we slowly introduce them to the first level of flat ramps. As the week goes on, beginner campers are shown basic scootering skills from pumping on half pipes to doing their first Bunny Hop. We also teach campers how to properly fall, as any rider will do as much falling as scooting when they are first learning. As the week continues, certain individuals will grasp certain skills quicker than others so group sizes are broken down to ensure that campers are continuing to learn what interests them most.

Intermediate

Intermediate scooter lessons at Evolve Scooter Camps range from dropping in and basic vert tricks to basic flatland tricks. Intermediate scooter riders at Evolve Skate Camps take part in structured morning skateboard lessons in their groups, this allows them to learn new skills in the morning and practice them in the afternoon. The Intermediate campers are offered additional assistance in the afternoon sessions to help perfect their new skills.

Advanced

Advanced Scooter campers come to Evolve Scooter Camp with a set of goals for the week in mind. To achieve these goals, we give our advanced campers one-on-one instructor time in the afternoon. Allowing advanced riders to warm up in the morning also gives our coaches an opportunity to see what type of tricks each camper is working on that day. Through the Evolve Scooter Camp process, advanced riders will leave camp with a new arsenal of scooter tricks!

Equipment

Campers must have their own scooter equipment to be safe and successful – it’s much easier to learn how to scoot when you’re comfortable using your own gear: this is important for all skill levels, beginners, intermediate, and advanced. Here is a list of equipment you will need for your child to attend our programs:

Scooter

A trick scooter; folding scooters are not permitted. Check out our equipment guide for help selecting the perfect scooter!

Scooter Helmet

Skateboard/Scooter-specific. *Bicycle, Hockey, and Climbing helmets are not designed for the same protection, and are not allowed

Knee Pads, Elbow Pads, and Wrist Guards

Mandatory for campers 15 and under - these are available in our shop.

Clothing & Accessories

Skateboarding or flat shoes are best Jeans or shorts Hat and Sunscreen Backpack Towel and Bathing Suit

Lunch & Water Bottle

When participating in action sports - proper fuel and hydration is important!

Need Equipment?

We can help with that - check out our Equipment Guide or visit our Store!

Sign Up Now!

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