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Future Stars Camps Adventure Camp is an exciting program, incorporating both on-campus, and off-campus activities. The program is modeled on the popular Adventure Education programs that are being featured more frequently in school curriculums across the country.

Adventure Camp aims to create a fun and positive small group experience that fosters leadership skills and encourages the campers to challenge themselves. The goal is to have the campers finish the program with a sense of accomplishment, self-confidence, and a stronger sense of themselves.

Experienced Physical Education teachers direct and oversee the program with additional expertise offered from the on-site staff at the various trip locations. A limited enrollment will ensure plenty of active play and ‘adventure’ in this unique and rewarding program.

*Offering 4 Exciting NEW Adventure Sessions for Summer 2020*


Ages: Grades 5-9
(Entering in the Fall)
Dates:  Jul.6-Jul.31
4 Weekly Sessions

Time: 9am - 4pm
Extended Hours Available


9am Daily Orientation

9:15am Team Building

9:45am Depart for Trip Location

10:15am Adventure Activities

1:15pm Lunch

2pm Depart for Campus

2:30pm Cooperative Games

3pm Team Challenges OR Water Activities

4pm Daily Recap & Departure


Indoor Rock Climbing
High Ropes Course
Indoor Adventure Park
Kayaking & SUP
Obstacle Course Training
Ninja Warrior Challenge


Collegiate Athletic Facilities

Outstanding Trip Locations

Indoor Swimming Pool

Air-Conditioned Cafeteria


2020 Adventure Camp Intro & Itinerary
The start of each session will feature initial ice-breaker activities and staff presentations as to the goals and expectations of the group. Campers will get to know each other and the staff, participate in cooperative games and discuss the weekly theme for the program. By promoting positive working relationships, the staff will encourage leadership roles and apply strategy while working on ‘project adventure’ style initiatives.

Please see below for projected Itinerary, and registered Adventure Camp families will receive more detailed info prior to the start of the program.

July 6 - July 10.  July 13 - July 17
Monday: Gravity Vault - Indoor Rock Climbing Monday: Urban Air - Indoor Adventure Park
Tuesday: Skudin Surf - Learn To Surf Tuesday: Skudin Surf - Learn To Surf
Wednesday: Obstacle Athletics - OCR Training Wednesday: Elite Gym - Ninja Warrior Training
Thursday: On Campus Adventure - 'Escape Room' Thursday: LI Adventure Park - Ropes Courses
Friday:  LI Adventure Park - Ropes Courses Friday:  On Campus Adventure - 'Scavenger Hunt'
July 20 - July 24 July 27 - July 31
Monday: Gravity Vault - Indoor Rock Climbing Monday: Urban Air - Indoor Adventure Park
Tuesday: Waterfront Center - Kayaking & SUP Tuesday: Waterfront Center - Kayaking & SUP
Wednesday: Obstacle Athletics - OCR Training Wednesday: Elite Gym - Ninja Warrior Training
Thursday: LI Adventure Park - Ropes Courses Thursday: On Campus Adventure - 'Orienteering'
Friday:  On Campus Adventure - 'Amazing Race' Friday:  LI Adventure Park - Ropes Courses

Facilities & Logisitics
Adventure Camp will be based at The College at Old Westbury, with on-campus activities utilizing collegiate athletics facilities. Daily drop-off and pick-up will take place at The College at Old Westbury, with off-campus trips utilizing Future Stars’ transportation provider.

Adventure Staff
Courtney Breen returns to direct and oversee Adventure Camp. Courtney is a certified Physical Education teacher, who teaches in NYC, and coaches various sports during the year. Courtney brings a wealth of experience in Adventure programming, and we are excited to have her return this summer. Courtney is also certified through American Red Cross for First-Aid and CPR/AED for the Professional Rescuer.

Additional program coaches, instructors, and lifeguards will also be on site at the various off-campus trip locations.

Pricing & Registration
Adventure Camp has a limited enrollment and is expected to sell out each year, so please register early to avoid disappointment. Registration is open as of Feb.15.

Price includes tuition, lunch, trip fees and trip transportation costs only.
*There are NO applicable discount for Adventure Camp registration

Registered Adventure Campers will be required to complete and submit Future Stars Camper Forms AND additional waivers for specific trip locations.



At FSCamps, we take pride in our staff and feel it sets us apart from many others in the camp industry. Our Leadership team brings vast experience, both in terms of working with children and in terms of summer camp administration and working with parents and families. Our programs are staffed by Coaches, Teachers, Instructors, and Student Athletes who share a passion for working with children and have experience and know-how in their respective fields.

Camp Director

David Stapleton is the site director for all programs at The College at Old Westbury. David graduated from the University of Edinburgh in 1999 and brings over 20 years of experience in summer camps, coaching, and youth sports. David is a full-time employee of Future Stars Summer Camps, and proud father of his son and daughter.

Assistant Camp Director

Chris Rasidakis is the assistant site director and CTAP director at The College at Old Westbury. Chris is a certified teacher and brings over 20 years of experience in summer camps, coaching, and youth sports. Chris is a full-time teacher in NYCDOE, proud father of his two sons, and FSCamps are lucky to have his experience and energy on our team.

Office Administrators

Kerri Stapleton is one member of the hidden backbone of our camp operations during the summer. Kerri is a certified teacher and brings many years of teaching experience and working with children to the FSCamps team.

Medical Director

Zsolt Hajdu is the on-site Medical Director for FSCamps at The College at Old Westbury. Zsolt is the Head of Sports Medicine for The College at Old Westbury Athletics Dept, and is a certified Athletic Trainer, and EMT. Zsolt brings over 20 years of experience as an Athletic Trainer and working with summer camps to FSCamps and helps ensure a safe and caring camp environment for all campers.

Additional FSCamps staff also hold First Aid, RTE, CPR, and Epi-Pen certifications, and or on-site during camp hours every day during the summer to help take care of our campers.


The College at Old Westbury is a wooded 600-acre campus centrally located in Long Island’s Gold Coast in Nassau County. Conveniently located on Rt.107, minutes from the LIE (Rt.495), Jericho Turnpike (Rt.25), and Northern Boulevard (Rt.25A).

The College at Old Westbury athletics dept sponsors 13 NCAA Division III intercollegiate teams participating in the Skyline Conference, FSCamps utilize the college athletics facilities, and additional campus facilities for all programs.

FSCamps are the only summer camp program on campus during the summer with exclusive use of the following facilities;

Clark Athletic Center OUTDOOR facilities include; Baseball & Softball Complex, Full-Sized Grass Training Fields, Tennis Courts, Hitting Walls, Basketball Courts, and more.

Clark Athletic Center INDOOR facilities include; Multiple Gymnasiums, Swimming Pool, Racquetball Courts, Panther Pride Recreation Area, and more.

Additional campus facilities include; Air-Conditioned Cafeteria, Recital Hall, Old Westbury TV Studio, Classrooms, Computer Labs, and more.

Additional camp features include; Inflatable Waterslides & Slip’n’Slides , GaGa Ball Pits, Inflatable Sports Arena, Soccer Golf Course, Game Tent and more.

Horseability facilities for Horseback Riding Camp include; Three Outdoor Riding Arenas, 1 Indoor Riding Arena, Ample Paddock Space, Stables, Indoor Classroom, and more.


The College at Old Westbury is a wooded 600-acre campus centrally located in Long Island’s Gold Coast in Nassau County. Conveniently located on Rt.107, minutes from the LIE (Rt.495), Jericho Turnpike (Rt.25), and Northern Boulevard (Rt.25A).

FSCamps take place primarily by the Clark Athletic Center, and FSCamps office is located by the Jackie Robinson Baseball Complex near the main athletics building.

Listed (Google) College at Old Westbury address is 223 Store Hill Road, Old Westbury NY 11568

*** Please note this is the service road of the LIE and will take you onto campus through what is known as Service Gate B or C

GPS address is 2534 Cedar Swamp Road, Glen Head NY 11545

*** This is the address for the church located directly opposite the main campus entrance on Rt.107, and will take you onto campus through what is known as Gate A

Using WAZE App, you can enter ‘SUNY Old Westbury Athletic Center’ into the search bar and follow directions thereafter.

When on campus, there are also signs for the ‘Clark Athletic Center’ and during the summer months there are FSCamps directional signs posted also.

There is a parking lot with ample parking located by the Clark Athletic Center for camp tours, and camper drop-off and pick-up during the camp season.


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Any questions you don’t see listed, or can’t find answers too, please e-mail us

We will do our best to provide answers promptly


As part of our all inclusive and comprehensive camp experience, FSCamps serve a delicious and well-balanced daily lunch. Menus are planned for variety, taste, and nutrition so our campers can relax and enjoy themselves while preparing for their afternoon activities.

FSCamps staff make sure campers have the food they enjoy in the comfortable surroundings of the air-conditioned cafeteria.

Chartwells are the food service provider year-round for The College at Old Westbury, and have a full-time professional staff dedicated to culinary delights and food safety.

FSCamps and Chartwells are highly ‘NUT AWARE’, and we make sure any special food needs are carefully monitored and delivered.

Food Allergies, Dietary Needs, and Special Menu Options can all be addressed, and camp families are able to speak with Dining Services, and Camp (Medical) Staff as required before and during the summer.

FSCamps staff eat with the campers during lunch to ensure supervision and camaraderie throughout the camp day.

Feel free to download our Sample Lunch Menu for an overview of typical offerings, and please note actual camp menus are posted online during the summer.


FSCamps have exclusive use of The College at Westbury pool during the summer camp season.

  • The pool is indoors and heated
  • The pool is maintained by The College at Old Westbury Athletics Department and has a Certified Pool Operator on-site throughout the summer.
  • The pool is inspected by NY state (Nassau County) Department of Health.

 Campers attending the following FSCamps programs receive Instructional Swim;

Rising Stars, All Stars, and Swim Camp

Campers attending all other FSCamps programs have a Daily Recreational Swim period. This is typically 45 minutes of pool time with assigned time before/after for changing in the locker rooms.

*** Note this is not a mandatory swim…campers who do not wish to swim can do other supervised activities. ***

FSCamps Aquatics staff are on-site throughout the camp season and are certified Nassau County Dept of Health Lifeguards, American Red Cross CPR/AED for the Professional Rescuer, and Water Safety Instructors. Our aquatics director oversees all aspects of the pool and camper safety is a primary concern. All campers who wish to swim take a “swim test”, participate in regular “buddy checks”, and are presented with pool rules and procedures on a weekly basis.



FSCamps partner with a leading transportation company on Long Island, to offer the highest level of safety and service for camp families who would like to add the optional bus transportation.

Door-to-Door bus service is available for an additional weekly fee from the following NASSAU County Towns (Zip Codes);

Albertson (11507), Bethpage (11714), Carle Place (11514), East Meadow (11554), East Norwich (11732), East Williston (11596), Floral Park (11001), Garden City (11530), Glen Cove (11542), Glen Head (11545), Great Neck (11020/11021/11023/11024), Greenvale (11548), Hicksville (11801), Jericho (11753), Lake Success (11042), Levittown (11756), Locust Valley (11560), Manhasset (11030), Mill Neck (11765), New Hyde Park (11040), North Bellmore (11710), North Merrick (11566), Old Bethpage (11804), Old Westbury (11568), Oyster Bay (11771), Plainview (11803), Port Washington (11050), Roslyn (11576), Roslyn Heights (11577), Sea Cliff (11579), Syosset (11791), Westbury (11590), Woodbury (11797).

Door-to-Door bus service may also available for an additional weekly fee from select Towns (Zip Codes) on the Queens/Nassau border AND Suffolk/Nassau border.

Don’t see your Town or Zip-Code? Please call the FSCamps office (516) 226-2267 or email for transportation availability in your area.

All vehicles used for FSCamps are air-conditioned and are the ‘smaller’ school buses with seat belts available for all passengers.

All drivers are qualified and experienced professional, exceeding all requirements pursuant to NY State Law and Guidelines.

Please be aware, as FSCamps summer sessions are weekly, the enrollment does change week-to-week, therefore bus routes also change week-to-week.

Transportation must be added NO later than Ten (10) days prior to the start of a camp session.

Feel free to download our Transportation Flyer for an overview of FSCamps Transportation.

Registered families who add the transportation option, will receive additional details prior to the summer.

Stay Connected

Registered Camp Families can log into their CampInTouch ‘Family Account’ to check on camper forms, get information on their summer schedule, update credit-card information, and access summer photo albums.

Link to CampInTouch

You can also check out our FSCamps Old Westbury Digital Brochure

As part of the FSCamps Family, we want to be able to share as much as we can of all the fun and learning that is the FSCamps Experience.

FSCamps Social Media is a great way to view summer action shots and videos, as well as staying in the loop year-round for all things FSCamps;

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As part of the Future Stars philosophy, camp staff look to take a holistic approach as they work with campers to help them build skills, build character, and build friendships.

Individual camp programs look to implement an age and level appropriate curriculum with weekly programs and daily schedules. To complement this, camp programs also look to touch on Character Education, with Confidence, Honesty, Respect, Sportsmanship, and Trust some of the key ‘traits’ discussed. Campers also participate in some friendly competitions and challenges, as part of the annual FSCamps Blue Team v FSCamps Red Team Challenge! This is a summer long event that incorporates campers and staff working together and developing camaraderie in a fun environment.

FSCamps Blue v Red Flyer – PDF

FSCamps Blue Team – PDF

FSCamps Red Team – PDF