Additional Camp Details

Daily Breakdown


Monday –              Introductions

Day 1 begins with introductions! We introduce campers and counselors. We introduce The Asylum, all the obstacles, the rules, and the philosophy. We introduce the Values: Respect, Commitment, Discipline, Responsibility, & Leadership. Finally, we introduce campers to safe and efficient parkour techniques from our class curriculum through a variety of GAMES! These movements form the backbone of everything from jumping and landing to swinging to vaulting and the list goes on… Using them efficiently is parkour, using them creatively is freerunning, and using them with friends is art du deplacement!

Tuesday –              Games, Flips, and Fun

Day 2 is all about tricks and creativity! We’ll learn how to do all the coolest flips into our signature foam pit, flow through the gym with all types of spins and twists, and have tons of fun being silly and creative. Freerunning focuses on the movement of the body interacting with its environment as an outlet for creative expression, not just for efficiency, as campers add their own personal flare and style to their movement.

Wednesday –        Team Games & Challenges

Day 3 campers are challenged to work together! Using the skills and relationships they’ve developed over the first two days of camp, campers must work together with their teammates to successfully overcome obstacle courses and art du deplacement challenges. Leadership, commitment, and respect are among the values we’ll see grow throughout this day of camp, as teams compete against each other and/or the clock! All of the skills, all of the creativity, and all of the teamwork come together in the spirit of friendly competition. Campers can play any of the coolest Fugitive parkour games from Lava Tag to Dodgeball to Parkour Kickball and more… did somebody say Nerf Battle?

Thursday –            Water Day

Day 4 makes all the sore muscles worth it! Bring your swimsuits, towels, sunscreen, and water shoes as we beat the summer heat with hoses, water balloons, and Super Soakers!* Campers work together to get imaginative as they create their own one-of-a-kind battlefield of tire barricades and have it out in epic water balloon battles and water gun wars! If you want to bring in some heavy artillery at home, feel free to bring on the big guns or whatever you have, as we create classic summertime memories!

Friday **-            Trampoline Park

Day 5 takes us off campus to the best trampoline park around – Altitude Richardson! After tons of moving, team work, and competition, it’s time to blow off some steam by bouncing around 23,000 sq ft of indoor trampolines. The springs are a welcomed assistance after 4 days of soreness sets in, and they’ll need it to pull the coolest flips into the foam pits, exit the dodgeball court victorious, win on the battle beam, or fly off the trapeze!  For lunch, we all stroll down the end of the strip center to Snuffer’s for burgers or Spin for pizzas on us, then back for a couple more hours of trampolines!***


*See full Water Day list below

**Friday is not included in Half Day options.

***If dropping your camper off at Altitude – Richardson is more convenient than The Asylum that day, you can arrange to meet us there at 10:00 am. You may also pick them up around 2:30 pm, but please discuss either with a Coach beforehand.

Sample Day at Camp

8:00 am – Doors Open and Sign In begins

8:30 am – Camp Begins and we talk about the day

8:45 am – Warm Up

9:00 am – Session 1

9:30 am – Session 2

10:00 am – Snack

10:15 am – Session 3

10:45 am – Open Activity


11:00 am – AM Sign Out

11:15 am – Lunch (Full Day Only)

11:45 pm – Lunch Ends


12:00 pm – PM Sign In

12:15 pm – Warm up

12:30 pm – Session 4

1:00 pm – Session 5

1:30 pm – Snack

1:45 pm – Session 6

2:15 pm – Open Activity

2:45 pm – Cool Down/Discussion

3:00 pm – Sign Out

3:30 pm – Sign Out ends/ AfterCamp begins

5:00 pm – AfterCamp Ends


What does my child do at camp?

Learn new skills, overcome challenges, interact with peers, make friends, gain coordination and strength with functional movements, play games, embody positive values and much more! Each day will include a warm up and cool down, as well as both structured and free time to explore and play, with plenty of rests, water breaks, snack times, etc. We may also play age-appropriate parkour related videos in the lobby during some sessions.

For a description of each day’s focus, please see the section labeled Daily Breakdown(LINK).

Can I do late pick up?

Yes! Camp pick up time is from 3:00-3:30 pm, but we also offer AfterCamp in the registration options to provide an extended pick up window from 3:30 pm to 5:00 pm. We offer both single day and full week options.

*If you would like to add single days of AfterCamp to a full week of camp, please purchase the registration option without AfterCamp and contact us to add the individual days of AfterCamp.

Do you offer early drop off?

No, camp doors open at 8:00 am and drop off begins then.

Do you offer Late Pick Up?

Yes! AfterCamp is available for each day of camp until 5:00pm. The cost is $15 per day or $50 for the week. Please choose the week option during registration or contact  to make reservations for individual days of AfterCamp and for more details. If a situation arises, you may schedule AfterCamp on the same day you need it, however once AfterCamp begins with no arrangements made, late fees apply.

What happens if I am late?

Dropping off late isn’t a problem, although we would ask that you let us know so that we don’t wait and/or worry. However, children picked up after their registered time are charged $10 for every 15 mins. But, we have AfterCamp options for single days or the entire week which is the more economical alternative. We need to know ahead of time so we can staff appropriately. Please understand, unexpectedly keeping coaches past their scheduled shift causes us several administrative and logistical problems.

What do I need to bring for a full day of camp?

A refillable water bottle, cool comfortable clothing, closed toe shoes (a must), a lunch and 2 snacks per day. Your child may also bring a book to read or other activity, but we do not allow personal electronics. Personal electronics will be confiscated and parents will be responsible for picking them up.

What do I need to bring for a half day of camp?

A refillable water bottle, cool comfortable clothing, closed toe shoes (a must), and a snack per day.

Will any snacks be provided?

Definitely! We’ll have fresh fruit available. If your camper is particular, we suggest sending their favorites with them.

What if my camper forgets their lunch?

Forgotten lunches will receive a 6” Subway Sub of the Day and a $10 charge to their account.

Are multi-camp, sibling, and referral discounts available?

Absolutely! Give us a call and we’ll get that all set up for you, unfortunately they’re not available online.

Is your space air conditioned?

YES!!! Our new space is fully air conditioned.

Do you show media at your camps?

We do! We will show age appropriate, non-violent, parkour, obstacle, and ninja warrior related videos. We may also watch PG rated movies/cartoons with some application to parkour or movement.

If I am doing half day, when do I come? Sign In/Out?

Half Day options are Monday through Thursday between 8 am and 11 am (AM) or 12 pm to 3 pm (PM). We ask that you pick either AM or PM for the duration of the week.

What should my camper wear?

Light, comfortable athletic clothing. Please, no open-toed shoes, sandals, or flip-flops. Tennis shoes, sneakers, and running shoes are appropriate. We have free lockers for the campers to keep their belongings.

What else should my camper bring?

Water bottle, lunch (full day), 2 snacks, and any medications they may need.

Can I just register for one week?

Absolutely! Just click the camp that is most convenient for you!

Can I register my child for more than one week? This looks like fun!

Yes, again, absolutely! Register your camper for the first camp and contact us to apply a multi-camp discount for additional camps.

 How do I register for a spot?

Please use the links to register! If you have a profile, then you can log in and register for the camp. If you do not have an account, then you will need to fill out some basic info when registering.

What if my child has to miss a day due to illness, injury, or some other circumstance out of our control?

The first day of camp is the most important. Campers are introduced to the gym, counselors, and campers and we cover most of the foundational skills, onto which we’ll be building the rest of the skills, games, activities, and challenges. All of the other days are inconvenient to miss, and the camper will miss out on a lot of fun, experience, and bonding, but much more manageable. We cannot prorate camp, although we do have options for single days of camp.

I think we’re sold…what do we do next?

Choose the week(s) you want and use the links to register!

Do you offer transportation services?

No, we do not offer transportation to or from the gym, except on Fridays we provide transportation from the gym to the trampoline park and back.

I would like to come see the gym before the summer camp starts; when can I do that?

You’re welcome to check out the gym in person during regular business hours of Mon-Fri 4pm – 9pm and Sat/Sun 12pm-5pm. We have a seating area / lounge where you can observe the classes.

My child is younger than 8 years old; is this something he or she can participate in? I’m certain he/ she would love it!

This camp is for ages 8-14, but we offer a summer camp at Altitude Trampoline Park in Richardson which is available to campers ages 6 and older.

What can my kid expect at the camp? What does a day look like?

Each day our session will start with a warm-up and conditioning session led by the instructor geared towards getting the camper ready for the activities of the day. After the warm-up, the camper will start off their day with parkour-related techniques and progress through various skills, games, challenges, and other activities.

A typical day might look like this (note: this is just to give parents an idea what a day might entail; the timing and order of activity may change)

Sample Day at Camp: (Link)

What is the pricing structure for camps?

$299 per camp for 5 days,

8:30 am – 3:00 pm.

Fugitive Fitness accepts all debit/credit cards, cash, and checks. We do not pro-rate camps for kids who cannot make all days of training, but we do have single day options.

What are the payment Terms?

We require payment in full in advance of the daycamp start date to complete registration and reserve a spot. Failure to submit payment means you won’t have a spot!

What is your refund / cancellation policy?

Click here.

Can I come watch my kids while they are attending the Day Camp?

We understand that parents want to watch how their kids are doing, especially with a new sport like parkour! We want you to be able to see them in action, but knowing that parents are watching detracts from their experience and overall growth. We ask that any observation try to be subtle, communicated to the staff in advance, and appropriately-timed.