Things to know
All skill levels are welcome at M2 Summer Wake Camp. Campers have the opportunity to learn basic to advanced techniques for two-skiing, wakeboarding, wakeskating, wakesurfing, kneeboarding, tubing and riding the 2.0 cable system, along with skills in water sports safety and equipment. All campers are separated into boat groups based on their ability and have the opportunity to move up into the more advanced group during the week based on their progression. Our program operates on a man-made private lake and provides each camper with a cable ride and three water sports lessons per day.
Check-in Monday - Day campers (ages 7-16)
Monday drop off is at 8:30 a.m. at our lake location: 2010 Grace Ln. Highlands, TX 77562. Orientation will begin at 8:45 a.m. sharp. Students will need to provide a copy of their medical insurance card, sign the waiver of liability/medical release (if your parent or legal guardian will not be dropping you off, you need to have your parents request a copy of this form in advance and bring a signed copy with you to camp), and pay the remainder of your balance by cash or check. Tuesday-Thursday, drop off is at 8:45 a.m.
Day camp students are not provided with breakfast so please make sure you eat a hearty breakfast at home before coming to camp. And, if you need to be dropped off earlier, this must be prearranged through Jennifer. Pick up time is by 5:00 p.m. Monday - Thursday.
Travel Arrangements for overnight campers
We require campers to arrive between 6 and 6:30 p.m. on the Sunday prior to the first day of camp. Flight reservations should be made into George Bush Intercontinental (IAH), 40 minutes away, or Houston Hobby (HOU), 40 minutes away. If you are traveling by plane, it is very important that you communicate your travel itinerary to us as soon as it is finalized so that we can be aware of your arrival time and make appropriate arrangements if necessary.
Check-in Sunday - Overnight campers (ages 10-16)
Sunday drop off for overnight campers is between 6 & 6:30p.m. at M2's camp house. At this time, students need to provide a copy of their medical insurance card, sign the waiver of liability/medical release (if your parent or legal guardian will not be dropping you off, you need to have your parents rquest a copy of this form in advance and bring a signed copy with you to camp), and pay the remainder of your balance by cash or check.
After getting all settled in, it's time to get a bite to eat. Unfortunately, our award-winning chef does not work on Sundays, so we take our students to a nearby restaurant for some good food and a chance to meet everyone that is enrolled for the week.
We have separate accommodations for boys and girls. Each bedroom sleeps between 4 and 10 campers bunk-style. The living/recreation room and kitchen/dining room are just steps away. The dining room is where campers enjoy home-style meals and reminisce about their daily activities.
The following schedule is an example of what to expect...
|Monday - Thursday|
|8:30-8:45||Students transported to lake|
|8:45-9:00||Orientation (Monday only)|
|9-12||Round 1 watersports|
|12-1:00||Lunch at lake|
|1-5||Round 2 & 3 watersports|
|5:15-5:30||Students transported to camp house|
|5:30-6:00||Clean up and relax before dinner|
|6:30-9:30||Evening activity* (Sun-Wed)|
*Overnight campers will be taken off-site two nights out of the week in the M2 vans. Sunday night they will eat dinner away at a nearby restaurant and Tuesday night they will go to the cinema to watch a movie. Monday and Wednesday nights they will participate in water games and other fun activities.
What to bring
- swimsuits/ boardshorts
- rash guard to prevent sunburn
- shirts, shorts, socks, undergarments
- sandals and/or tennis shoes
- water shoes (flip-flops, etc)
- at least two beach/bath towels
- toiletries (toothbrush, toothpaste, hairbrush)
- approximately $40 in spending money to cover dinner Sunday night, movie night, snacks and drinks
- copy of your medical insurance card
- signed copy of M2's waiver of liability/medical release (if your parents will not be dropping you off at registration)
- Do not bring your computer/laptop
- Do not bring your cell phone - their is a landline you can use at camp to call home.
What is provided
- bedding - pillow, sheets and comforter/blanket
- shampoo, conditioner and body soap
- all water sports gear for activities
We encourage campers to make their departure plans for Thursday afternoon after their last lesson is finished.
We hope that this information helps you to understand the reservation process and what happens thereafter, but don't hesitate to contact us with any other questions you may have.