Summer Camp at Arena Sports in Issaquah

Camp Begins June 19 – Limited Spots!

Experience an action-packed Summer Camp at our Issaquah location. In addition to the traditional camp experience, campers enjoy exclusive access to our Family Entertainment Center. They can rack up high scores in the Arcade, play Zombie dodgeball in our Sports Simulators, or dive into epic Laser Tag battles! This year, we’re also introducing themed days that bring an extra layer of excitement, complete with field games tailored to fit each unique theme.

Our summer camps are great for kids, and a game-changer for you! Select from half days, full days, full or partial weeks, or even a single day of camp— whatever works best for you & your family. Can’t wait for Summer? Check out this Arena Sports camp video to get a sneak peek of what’s in store. Parents can enjoy peace of mind knowing their kids are well-cared for, in a safe and convenient environment.

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Camp Details 

Camp Activities – How we have fun!

Field Games & More

A young girl plays in a field game during summer camp at Arena Sports
  • Soccer
  • Dodgeball
  • Kickball
  • Capture the Flag
  • Gaga pit
  • Outdoor activities
  • …and more!

Inflatable FunZone

A young girl bounces through obstacles in the Inflatable Funzone during summer camp at Arena Sports

Kids will have a blast running, jumping and sliding their way to fun in our indoor playgrounds with multiple bounce houses.

Attractions

Young kids play in the laser tag arena during summer camp at Arena Sports

Campers at Issaquah will have the opportunity to play in our Family Entertainment Center, with attractions like Laser Tag, Arcade, Sports Simulators and more!*

*Campers are not guaranteed to experience every attraction.

Theme Days

Kids at Arena Sports summer camp dress for Star Wars day

We want to keep it fun in every way we can, so this year we are rolling out special themed Thursdays!

June 27 – Summer/Beach Day
July 11 – Space Day
July 18 – Backwards Day
July 25 – Olympics 2024 Day
August 1  – Star Wars Day
August 8 – Pirates Day
August 15 – Crazy Hair Day
August 22 – Spy Kids

Camp FAQs

They should bring a waterbottle, as well as any allergy or emergency medicine if needed.
They should wear comfortable clothes to run and jump around in, as well as socks and athletic shoes.
Snack is provided and is held in the morning and afternoon. If your child is registered for a full day of camp, then they need to bring a bagged lunch with them.

Hot, kid-friendly lunches are available for purchase from Arena Sports’ own restaurants at Mill Creek, Redmond and Issaquah. Delicious for kids, easy for parents.

Campers are grouped primarily by age, but we do take into account individual differences in social and cognitive development. Each group follows a specific curriculum designed to meet the needs of the campers.
Speak with the camp coordinator when checking your child in at the front desk. Let them know of any allergies or medication your child may need, such as an EpiPen. They will notify the rest of the staff and have the medicine kept in a safe and centrally located area. Please note that we are unable to assist children in administering their medications.
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Skills Institute Camp

Kid focused. Goal driven.

Looking for the ideal, week-long soccer camp to take your kids’ game to the next level? Look no further! Our team of skilled coaches is committed to developing their technical and tactical abilities, resulting in significant performance improvement. By the end of the week, participants will have enhanced skills, game knowledge, and a heightened awareness of the ball.