I was looking for a great camp experience for my son this summer. I wasn't sure what type of camp environment he could handle because he is four years old. When he turned three we had a birthday party at the Tumblebus Station and he absolutely loved it! So when I saw that they had a summer camp program from 9-1 I thought we would try it.The theme for the week was super-heroes. The Tumblebus Station has a really neat indoor gym geared for ages 2-6 so this is where they would start the day. Then they would have a guest hero..M-Fireman who brought his truck T- A marine who helped the kids dictate letters that he would mail to marines in Iraq W- A policeman came and Th-They made their own superhero capes! On top of this there is also outdoor water play(there is no pool but the kids play water games with toys and their is a sandbox)The kids bring their own lunch and they provide drinks and snacks(you can send your own drinks if you prefer!)As far as the owners and staff go they are the most professional child friendly staff you have ever met. Mrs. Hazel is the owner and she is wonderful. the girls that work for her are extremely enthusiastic and really love the kids.When we left each day my son wanted to make sure that he would be going back the next day! At the end of the week they gave each parent a scrapbook of pictures of their child with each hero. It was so cute and I was very touched that they took the time to do that. Tumblebushas a fantastic camp that I highly recommend!
Posted: 6/20/2008 • Link to this review
The Tumblebus came to my son's Preschool one day a week. It was his FAVORITE activity! I love the way they would encourage the children to try all the different activities. Great for building strength and coordination.
Posted: 9/06/2007 • Last edited: 1/02/2008 • Link to this review
The Tumblebus is a blast and a wonderful experience for younger children. Great for parties and schools! However, I would only recommend it for children 5 or under -- boys or girls!
Posted: 5/10/2006 • Last edited: 1/02/2008 • Link to this review