Recreation Programs

Freedom Aquatic & Fitness Center (located at Science and Technology Campus)

Contact: fccamps@gmu.edu, 703-993-8513
Website: freedom-center.com/camps

The Freedom Aquatic & Fitness Center provides a broad range of year-round recreational, educational, social, and cultural programs and activities. The facility is designed to attract and serve a variety of individuals and groups, including, but not limited to, the general public, youth, school and community groups, the elderly, and persons with disabilities.

The Freedom Aquatic & Fitness Center offers a wide variety of camp options at Mason’s Science and Technology Campus, located in Manassas, Virginia. Camp topics include (but are not limited to):

  • Aquatics
  • Art
  • Cooking
  • Dance
  • Drama
  • Engineering
  • Game and Technology
  • Leadership
  • Nature
  • Recreation
  • Science
  • Sports

(Science and Technology Campus, Manassas)

 

Mason REC Camp, Mason Recreation

Contact: Sarah Litowich, reccamp@gmu.edu, 703-993-4986
Website: recreation.gmu.edu/camps

Mason Recreation is excited to provide campers with a well-rounded recreation experience. Our goal is to keep campers moving while exposing them to a variety of recreational activities to build a passion for lifelong learning and maintaining an active lifestyle. Campers will participate in activities including team building, creative problem solving, crafts, and swimming. Our staff and counselors will promote a safe and engaging environment for campers to express their personalities through a variety of structured and “free play” indoor/outdoor activities relating to our weekly themes.

(Fairfax Campus)

 

Nature Camp, Friends of the National Zoo (FONZ)

Contact: Friends of the National Zoo, naturecamp@si.edu, 202-633-3037
Website: fonznaturecamp.org

Founded on the concept that what we do has an impact and makes a difference, Friends of the National Zoo (FONZ) Nature Camp reunites its residents with nature through exploration of the outdoors. Our campers are provided a secure, non-competitive environment where they expand upon their skills and knowledge related to science, nature, and the environment.

(Smithsonian-Mason School of Conservation, Front Royal)