Lodging & Meals

Lodging Experience


Resident campers are housed in the air-conditioned Arena Lodge located adjacent to the Ice Arena.  The lodge provides bunk beds, lounge area, dining, kitchen and outdoor space for a variety of exercise and fun activities.  Resident campers will receive three balanced, nutritious meals daily and two snacks.  Campers should bring sleeping bag, pillow, towels, swimsuit, toiletries and other personal items.  DO NOT BRING VALUABLES TO CAMP.  WE ARE NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR LOST OR STOLEN ITEMS.

For resort reservations for the family, call (800) 432-3777 or visit the web site at www.breezypointresort.com.  Families having participants enrolled in the figure skating camp receive a 10% discount on resort lodging

2020 Camp Rules

What we require of all our participants

  • Anyone using inappropriate language or behavior will be dismissed from camp without a refund.  Parents will be notified and will be required to retrieve disruptive campers.
  • Damage to camp equipment will be assessed to the parent/guardians.
  • No smoking, use of alcoholic beverages or drugs will be allowed.
  • No skateboards, roller blades, or roller shoes in any building.
  • No running in buildings or jumping on furniture or beds.
  • The Arena Lodge is air conditioned; do not open windows.
  • Only camp, arena, and resort personnel are allowed in the kitchen.
  • After meals pick up your trays, cups and trash, take to the dirty dish area and follow the sign instructions.
  • Keep your rooms neat and tidy, hang wet towels on the hooks in your room, respect your roommates and their belongings.
  • Housekeeping will empty trash, vacuum, and clean the bathrooms daily.  Any items that are found will be taken to the lodge office.
  • 9:00 p.m. is wind down time, lights out at 9:30 p.m.
  • All campers must enter and exit the arena through the double glass doors in the front of the building.  The small arena doors are emergency exits only.
  • Remember the buddy system.  All campers must travel in two’s.  Never go off anywhere alone, and always let your counselors know when you leave and where you are going.