Equinox | For Kids Only Summer Program NYC

The end of the school year is officially in sight and summer plans are being solidified.  And this week, Equinox Sports clubs, here in NYC, rolled out the red carpet for parents and kids alike with their For Kids Only summer programming at their Upper East Side and Columbus Ave Locations.  I hopped into the designated kiddie section to observe day one – and their flexible kids camp, aligns perfectly with Equinox’s luxe standards.  With multiple cheerful rooms and super-fun programming, little ones (ages 2-6) engage in age-appropriate designated actives throughout three-hours of morning play.

Equinox kids

With a five-to-one, kid-to-caregiver ratio (or typically two-to-one if young toddlers are present), parents can rest assured that their little are well-cared for and engaged while adult workouts take place.  Not a member?  No problem.  Equinox offers flexible enrollment options for non-members too.

Contact Equinox on the Upper East Side or Columbus Ave locations to enroll your child, and contact a club near you to learn more about the elevated fitness offerings and ultra-exclusive amenities at Equinox.

This post is part of a sponsored partnership with Equinox. Stay tuned for more kids programming info and thanks for reading!

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  1. What a fun space for kids! I only wish we had this in Asheville, where I live. 🙂

  2. This sounds like a great place for kids! I like that they have 3 hours to interact with kids their own age, too!

  3. This place looks so inviting and not like your typical ‘daycare’ environment! I wish I had something like this where I live!

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