The Next Level Summer Camps at the Liberty Mountain Snowflex Centre take place on one of the largest college campuses in the world. With 6,800+ acres, Liberty University is not short for space and continues to develop the best recreational facilities. From the first Snowflex facility in North and South America to the Liberty Mountain Skate Park and world-class hiking and biking trails, Liberty University has it all. Below is a brief overview of the facilities that may be used during our summer camps.
Liberty Mountain Snowflex Centre (LMSC)
LMSC is the cornerstone facility for Next Level Summer Camps. As the first Snowflex facility in North and South America, LMSC continues to grow and expand freestyle snow sports every year since its Grand Opening in August of 2009. The facility has three jump options and over 40 different jib, box, and rail features. We are built for one thing: year-round freestyle progression. During the night session campers will also have access to our BagJump Airbag and Olympic Trampoline.
LMSP is Central Virginia's only indoor skatepark! Located in the Candlers Station Shopping Center, the park hosts skateboarders, inline skaters, and BMX riders (without metal pegs) 7 days per week. Come check out our 8,600 square-foot facility at 3700 Candlers Mtn Rd, located behind Cici’s Pizza.
As part of Liberty University's Recreation Centers, the Rec and Fit Centers are made up of a 25-yard, six-lane indoor swimming pool (with two diving boards); five-court basketball gymnasium; indood soccer fields; and a rock climbing wall (with bouldering and top-roping).
This is where campers will eat breakfast, lunch and dinner. There is a large variety of options with over 22 stations (number may be different during Summer operations and depending on the time of day) to choose from. Make sure to email firstname.lastname@example.org for specific requests relating to food allergies. The dining hall can and will accomodate campers as needed.
Campers stay in Liberty University's East Campus dorms, which feature apartment style housing complete with a kitchen and private bathrooms for each room. East Campus tends to have two to three beds per room with three rooms connecting to each common area. Each common area includes a fridge, living-room, stove-top, washer, and dryer.