Q: What is the difference between Wipeout Camps and Sports Camps?
A: Wipeout Camp is our traditional day camp program, while Sport Camps are sport-specific programs.
Q: Do I need to register?
A: Yes! Space is limited, so please register early. Campers must be pre-registered to attend. No drop-ins will be available.
Q: When do I need to register?
A: Registration closes the Wednesday prior to camp starting if the capacity has not been met beforehand. If the camp reaches capacity, please add your name to the waitlist. If space becomes available after registration closes, the waitlist will be called.
Q: What happens if I miss a few days during the camp?
A: We’re sorry you missed the fun! Unfortunately, we do not prorate or roll over missed camp days.
Q: Do I have to drop my kid off at 9am and pick him/her up at 4pm?
A: Summer camps are here to provide flexibility for YOU. While standard camp hours are 9am-4pm, you are free to sign your little ones in or out at any point throughout the camp times. Need to go to work early or stay late? We also offer extended hour upgrades, including 8-9am drop off times and 4-6pm pick up times.
Q: What is Hill Country Indoor doing in regards to Covid-19
A: At HCI our members, guests, and employees health and wellbeing are our top priorities. At this time, we are following the guidelines issued by CDC and Austin health officials. We have increased our sanitation, disinfection, and custodial processes. We require that all employees wear masks and that guests 1o years and older wear when using our facility. We will continue to update as health standards change!
Q: There are so many camp options – what sets HCI’s camps apart?
A: All Wipeout and Sports Camps are held at our state-of-the-art facility. We have designated sports courts and turf. We provide a snack and all camps are led by our highly trained staff to ensure attention to individual needs are not only met, but exceeded!
Q: What can my kiddos expect from camp?
A: VARIETY! Each week, Wipeout Camps will have a different theme with corresponding activities while Sports Camps will work on the sport specified in the camp description. Our goal is for campers to try new activities, learn new skills, make new friends and have fun!
Q: What do I do if my child takes medication or needs other special accommodations?
A: Children taking medication must have a medication authorization form completed. Please contact the specific camp director (located in the online camp description) in advance for all special accommodations.
Q: What is the refund policy?
A: Cancellation and refund requests must be submitted in writing to the Youth Programs Director two weeks (14 days) in advance. Requests submitted less than two weeks are not eligible for refund. Unattended camp days can not be prorated or rolled over.