Feeling a little lost in all of this summer camp stuff? I can be though as a parent to select the right camp for your skier or snowboarder. I’d like to take a moment to assure you of the safety, value, and benefit of choosing a Next Level Summer Camp at Liberty Mountain Snowflex Centre.
Safety: Not only are we located on one of the safest college campuses in the world but all of our employees and coaches are First Responder Certified and our Campus Police department can have a Medic up here in mere minutes. To avoid all of this, however, we require that all campers and guests of our facility wear helmets while participating in freestyle oriented riding. We want you and your child to have a great experience, and one that will make you want to come back.
Value: Safety is always a top concern but making sure you get a good value with your hard earned money is definitely second. Flying out west these days cost more than an entire week at our camp, and if that doesn’t say enough you’ll still have to pay for their camp on top of that. All things being considered a week at our camp cost nearly a quarter of the price that a week at their camp will cost you, and we’re located in Lynchburg, Virginia; so why pay more when we’re so close?
Benefits: The benefits of this camp easily outweigh the cost, not only does your child get five memorable days with friends and progression in his or her passion, but they get a camp located on the East Coast that has the best rails, jumps and coaches. Not to mention that our campus has more activities than a theme park. Between snowboarding, skiing, skateboarding, paintball, swimming, etc. there is no way that they can leave without having the time of their life.
If you need any extra encouragement or have any questions please contact us.
1. Where do the campers stay for the week?
Answer: We stay on the beautiful 6,800+ acre campus of Liberty University and more specifically in the dorm faclities located there.
2. Is food provided? and if so what can they expect to eat?
Answer: Liberty University treats us well and allows us to dine at their dining hall. This facility offers an array of dining genres for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The cost for food is included in the camp price. However, we do recommend that campers bring snacks for the hours between meals.
3. Can parents stay on the dorms with their child?
Answer: We do not allow parents to stay with their children on the dorm facilites, we group like ages together in the dorms to prevent any questionable things from happening. Parents who would like to stay the week are encouraged to stay with our buisness partner The Wingate by Wyndham who are the closest to our facility and offer discounted rates to LMSC attenders.
4. When is the drop-off and pick-up time?
Answer: Campers must arrive at camp by 4 PM on Sunday for check-in and they must be picked-up by 12 PM Friday.
5. Are afternoon activites mandatory?
Answer: Afternoon activites are not mandatory but if a camper wishes to not attend one then he/she must stay on the dorm hall under the supervision of camp staff. Naptime is considered an afternoon activity though.
6. Is there a minimum age for the overngiht camp?
Answer: No. There is no official minimum age for our overnight camp. We're happy to accommadate many age groups and skill levels. The general rule of thumb is asking if your child would require more supervision than other children or your concerned about his/her skill level. If you are concerned we do have day camps as well.
7. What are the hours for Day Camp?
Answer: Due to the very hot nature of Virginia in late June we hold day camp in the morning hours when it is much cooler. The official hours are 7:30AM-12:00PM.
8. Is there online registration?
Answer: No. There is no online registration this year. You must mail in your deposit along with your printed off registratation form. We apolgize for any inconvience. We are working with our web designers to have a more functional website next year.
9. How many campers can a room accomadate?
Answer: This year our rooms are much closer to the dining hall which we think is great. The rooms accomadate up to three campers each. But don't sweat it if you can't get all your friends in the same room because they'll most likely be next door. They are long dormatory halls and very convienent for hanging out with all your buddies.
Has your question not been answered? Please email us!
We have an absolute zero tolerance policy when it comes to things that violate our code of conduct. Such things are as follows is subject to change at the discretion of the Next Level Summer Camp’s staff.
Campers who waiver from these policies can and will be expelled from their session with no apology or refund, they may be blacklisted from the facility and Liberty University, and they may be subject to prosecution of the law. Snowboarding and Skiing is fun, not following these camp rules is not fun.
Liberty University’s dining services take great care of any and all of our food needs. We eat breakfast, lunch and dinner at the Reber-Thomas Dining hall which is conveniently located next to our lodging. The dining service can meet almost all needs such as food allergen or special preparation that is necessary to one’s diet. (Please make sure this is well known to the Next Level Summer Camp staff prior to your arrival).
To Register for camp you must click below, download and print the PDF file named Registration Packet. Fill out the packet with all of the required information and then simply mail it in with your deposit check. As soon as we recieve it, process it and clear the deposit; you will be registered for camp and sent a confirmation email. Our address is 4000 Candlers Mountain Road, Lynchburg, VA 24502
Make all checks payable to the Liberty Mountain Snowflex Centre