Registration is open online NOW through our Customer Portal.

Our Gymnastics only morning camps are an exciting opportunity for girls and boys age 5 – 14 years to participate in a wide variety of gymnastics related activities.

Our goal is to provide a safe, fun-learning environment that utilizes gymnastics as a medium for motor skill development, strength training, flexibility, enhancement and positive child development.

Camps are supervised by qualified coaching staff, and take place in our fully equipped, climate controlled, facility.

We encourage every level, from the newest beginner to the maturing competitive gymnast.  Campers will be place into groups based upon age and experience (if known) to ensure that they have the best opportunity to grow and develop.

Gymnastics is a great way to stay active over the summer holidays and meet new friends!


18 Enterprise Drive,

Quispamsis, NB
E2G 0A4



WEEK 1: Monday, June 22 – Friday, June 26

WEEK 2: Monday, June 29 – Friday, July 3*

WEEK 3: Monday, July 6 – Friday, July 10

WEEK 4: Monday, July 13 – Friday, July 17

WEEK 5: Monday, July 20 – Friday, July 24

WEEK 6: Monday, July 27 – Friday, July 31

WEEK 7: Tuesday, August 4 – Friday, August 7*

WEEK 8: Monday, August 10 – Friday, August 14

*No Camp Wednesday, July 1 - Canada Day Observed
*No Camp Monday, August 3 - New Brunswick Day Observed

Camp Price per week: $130.00

No Camp on July 1 and August 3 (reduced pricing)

Camp Times:

Monday to Friday: 9:00am to 12:00pm

Morning drop off is between 8.30am to 9.00am
Afternoon pickup is between 12.00pm to 12.30pm

Camp Location:

Quispamsis: Main Gym, 18 Enterprise Drive, E2G 0A4

NBGA Registration Fee:

Every camper new to Fundy Gymnastics Club this season MUST be registered through New Brunswick Gymnastics Association.  There will be an $25 Registration Fee added to your account once your registration has been submitted.  This MUST be paid before your child attends camp.

Cancellation Policy:

We offer a flexible refund policy if anything changes due to updates with the COVID-19 situation.

What to bring:

A Typical Morning at Camp:

8.30am    Check-in, Registration & Wellness Check

9.00am    Warm-up

9.30am    Gymnastics – Rotation 1

10.00am   Gymnastics – Rotation 2

1030am Snack Break

10.45pm   Gymnastics – Rotation 3

11.15am Gymnastics – Rotation 4 (outside, weather permitting)

11.45am Cool Down

12.00pm Check-out Begins

Sick Children – When to stay home:

Please do not send your child to camp if they have at least two (2) of the following symptoms:

Please do not send your child to camp if the are experiencing purple fingers or toes.

Safe Arrival and Departure:

In order to maintain accountability, your child must be signed in with the supervisor at the front desk on their arrival to camp and signed out with the supervisor on their departure each day. If you know your child will be absent or late, you should inform the supervisor.

Please contact the Office at (506) 847-4960 before 9 a.m. if your child is going to be absent. Leave a message on the machine with the camp and your child’s full name.

Please ensure that everyone who has permission to pick-up your child has been added to the sign-in sheet and the child’s registration form. Only those listed on the sign-in sheet will be permitted to pick up that child from camp. As well, those picking up your child may be asked to show photo ID to verify their identity. Please make sure that everyone with permission to pick up your child brings photo ID with him or her.

Epi-Pens and Special Needs:

Parents are to inform Fundy Gymnastics at time of registration if their child has an allergy and requires an epi-pen or has any special needs or requirements. 

Epi-pens are to be left with the camp supervisor at time of sign in and picked up each day.  Your child will not be permitted into the gym if they do not have their epi-pen with them.

In Case of Emergency:

Every precaution is taken for the safety and good health of all children.   Instructors are trained to deal with emergency situations.  In the unfortunate event of an accident or illness of your child, the following procedure will be followed:

If your child has a medical concern, please ensure that you inform us in advance of the camp.  A staff member will follow up with you before the camp begins to discuss any concerns.

During the camp, if your child is experiencing any difficulties or problems, please let us know as soon as possible. 

How to Contact Us:

Tel: 506 847 4960

Fever above 38°C
New or worsening chronic cough
Sore throat
Runny nose

New onset fatigue
New onset muscle pain

Loss of taste
Loss of smell

Covid-19 Operational Plan - VERSION 11.pdf