ATC Summer Camps


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All of our summer camp programs are currently running. Each week runs Monday-Thursday, with Friday being a make-up day as camp will be canceled whenever there is inclement weather that would normally bring everyone inside. If there is no rain out in a given week, we will offer Friday tennis and swim lessons.

We are also limiting the numbers of campers so that socially distancing guidelines can be strictly adhered to. We are creating groups that campers will remain in for the entire day. Camp Armonk groups will be composed based on requests made on applications, while AITA groups will consider both requests and skill levels.

Although campers will interact with fewer other kids than in past summers and the activities will be modified to ensure everyone's safety, we remain committed to providing a fun and instructive experience for all!


Health Monitoring & Safety Precautions

Parents are asked to pre-screen their children by checking their temperature for 14 days before camp begins, looking out for any symptoms (fever, cough, shortness of breath, diarrhea, fatigue, headache, muscle aches, nausea, loss of taste or smell, sore throat, vomiting, etc.), and determining if they have been in close contact with a person who has been diagnosed with, tested for, or quarantined as a result of COVID-19. Parents must fill out the COVID-19 pre-screening form and email it back to the club the Sunday before your child's first day of camp. Keep in mind when you need to start monitoring. For campers beginning Week 1, that date is Monday, June 15th.

Each day campers will be asked if they are feeling any symptoms, as well as have their temperature taken. If a camper is suspected to have COVID-19 based on this assessment, the individual will be covered with a face mask and separated from others. Camp management, parents, and appropriate health officials will then be notified. Camp staff will utilize general principles of contact tracing to monitor other potentially exposed campers, and those campers may be required to alter their activities or stay home for a period of time.

Parents are encouraged to speak with their children about the screening process to alleviate any anxiety and emphasize the importance of fully disclosing potential health concerns. We will require you to continue monitoring throughout the summer and to complete the daily screening form, which should be brought each day at arrival.

In addition to monitoring, we will also be very conscientious with making sure campers know how and when to wash their hands, how to physically distance themselves from one another, and when to wear a face covering. Information posters will be posted around the facilities. Plus, each camper will receive a bag with hand sanitizer and a face covering.

Finally, please don't forget about the general health form that also must be completed. Campers missing any health forms will not be permitted to attend until they are received.


Groups & Activities

Each Camp Armonk group will consist of a maximum of 10 campers, along with two primary counselors and a third counselor who will serve as a safety monitor. While we will try to keep the groups as consistent as possible throughout the summer to limit close contact with others, we will have fun ways for groups to interact with one another from a safe distance.

In terms of activities within the group, we still want campers moving around and learning new skills. Since we have two large playing fields, there will be a lot of physical activity, as shown by the following sample days:

Camp Armonk Sports
9:00-9:20 a.m.-Staggered Drop-Off & Warm-up
9:20-9:40 a.m.-Soccer
9:45-10:15 a.m.-Basketball
10:20-10:40 a.m.-Snack
10:45-11:15 a.m.-Kickball/Wiffle Ball
11:20-11:55 a.m.-Gaga Ball
12:00-12:45 p.m.-Lunch
1:00-1:45 p.m.-Tennis
1:50-2:20 p.m.-Volleyball/Nukem
2:25-2:55 p.m.-Team Olympics
3:00-3:30 p.m.-Obstacle Course
3:30-4:00 p.m.-Staggered Pick-Up
Camp Armonk Mad Science
9:00-9:15 p.m.-Staggered Drop-Off
9:15-11:55 p.m.-Mad Science
12:00-12:45 p.m.-Lunch
1:00-1:45 p.m.-Soccer
1:50-2:40 p.m.-Basketball
2:45-3:30 p.m.-Tennis
3:30-4:00 p.m.-Staggered Pick-Up

For AITA, the Advanced camp will have a maximum of 4 players per group, while the Junior camp will have a maximum of 6 players per group. See below for sample days.

AITA Advanced Camp
8:00 a.m.
9:00 a.m.
-Twice-weekly private lessons at either 8:00 or 9:00 a.m.
10:00 a.m.-Drill Session
12:00 p.m.-Lunch
1:00 p.m.-Match/Point Play
3:00 p.m.-Fitness
4:00 p.m.-Staggered Pick-Up
AITA Junior Camp
9:00-9:15 p.m.-Staggered Drop-Off
9:15-10:10 p.m.-On-Court Tennis
10:15-11:10 p.m.-On-Court Tennis
11:15-12:10 p.m.-Off-Court Fitness Competition
12:15-1:00 p.m.-Lunch
1:00-1:45 p.m.-Team Building
1:45-2:20 p.m.-Davis Cup Competition
2:20-2:55 p.m.-Classroom Session (mental toughness, match critique, etc.)
2:55-3:30 p.m.-Match Play/Tournament
3:30-3:45 p.m.-Staggered Pick-Up

Unfortunately, we will not be able to utilize the pool this summer, but we will have other activities planned to keep the kids cool on hot days.

Finally, lunch will not be offered through the club, so campers will need to bring their own each day, along with any snacks. Lunch bags/boxes will be sanitized each morning before being placed into coolers.

Water dispensers are accessible throughout the property. Disposable cups are available, but campers can bring their own labeled bottle, which we can refill with water and ice throughout the day.


Arrival & Dismissal

For the first couple of weeks we will be implementing a staggered drop-off and pick-up schedule based on last name. We will provide more details and ask that you adhere to the schedule to the best of your ability.

Dropped-off campers will be escorted from their cars to the appropriate check-in area, where the camp directors will take and record each camper's temperature with a touchless thermometer. Please be patient through the first couple of days; the check-in process will be longer than it has been in past years, but this is to ensure the safety of your children and our staff.

Departure will be a similar procedure. We ask that parents remain in their cars and allow staff to escort your child to the vehicle. We will provide each family with two laminated name tags to be displayed on the car visor or dashboard at pick-up. If someone other than you will be picking up your child, please be sure to give them one of your tags or email the desk prior with the name of the person expected to take your child home. Your child will not be dismissed without this information.


Communication & Forms

To ensure parents receive important information in the quickest manner, we have implemented a text messaging service. Please opt in by completing the form below as soon as you can so we can keep you aware of any breaking news, including rainouts, which we will inform you of by 7:00 a.m., and safety concerns.

We understand that you may have questions for our directors during the camp week. To maintain social distancing, we ask that you call us or send an email to, and we will make sure that a director calls you by the end of the day.

If your child is expected to be late, absent, or must be picked up early, please be sure to email us at Also, remember that your child will not be dismissed from camp if someone other than you is expected to pick them up without them having your name tag or us receiving prior authorization from you.

As mentioned, we also need several other forms confirming that your child is in good health:

Note: With the exception of the daily screening form, all of these forms should be filled out electronically and emailed to See each one for detailed instructions.