PISA Summer Camps

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Summer Camps for Kids Age 3-12

(Camp for Ages 3-5 are half-day and offered during select weeks only)

Get ready to experience something new! The Pittsburgh Indoor Sports Arena is proud to unveil a new kind of Summer Camp to the area. Our one of a kind facility allows us the ability to combine indoor sports and activities with outdoor games & adventure.

PISA Summer Camp features themed weeks to keep every day fresh and exciting.Whether it’s Superhero week, the PISA Summer Olympic Week, or the crazy MAD Science Week your little ones will have an absolute blast while making friends and learning foundational skills like sportsmanship, teamwork, healthy competition and respect. We can’t wait to get the season started and hope you join us for the fun!

PISA Summer camp is an energizing recreational summer camp that goes from 9:00am – 5:00pm every day.  Early drop-off begins at 8:00 am and late pick-up goes until 6:00pm.  Each week’s exercises are outlined around an alternate topic.
Every week, children will get direction, themed expressions and artworks, sports and organized activities, and some free time.  Lunch options are provided and additional to the camp cost.  We will be offering a few field trips this summer so be sure to check your week’s itinerary when you register!

WEEKLY Camp prices

$200 – Members
$225 – Non-Members

Parents must register their child for full weeks at a time only.
Discounts available for members and multiple children.

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Summer Camp Lunch Options

Parents may select their lunch option and quantity upon drop-off each morning and will also pay for lunch at that time. Purchasing lunch is optional, and not a requirement for attending camp.  On occasion, we may grill out or have a slight menu change – this will be communicated to the families depending on the week when that occurs.   The cost for lunch is $7 per child, per day.

Here is our weekly menu:

Mondays – Chicken Tenders & Fries,  Side: Carrots/Celery
Tuesdays – Hot Dog & Tator Tots,  Side: Carrots/Celery
Wednesdays – Grill Cheese & Fries,  Side: Apple
Thursdays – Chicken Quesadillas,  Side: Nachos w/Cheese
Fridays – Pizza,  Side: Ice Cream

Drink options: Water, Lemonade, Iced Tea, Gatorade, or Pepsi Products

Summer Camp Theme Weeks

Please note, activities will be centered around, but not limited to the theme of the week.  No matter what the theme, we will always offer a variety of activities and sports to keep your kids engaged, entertained, and learning!  Families have the option to pick and choose the weeks they would like to come and campers are encouraged to attend camp PISA for many or all weeks!

Retro Week

Week 9: August 6 - 10

Unplugged & outside as we bring back board games, tye dye, retro-themed activities!


We Are Family Week

Week 10: August 13 - 17

Teams work together to conquer various obstacles games, including a GIANT inflatable. Friends encouraged to join.


Autism Society of Pittsburgh End of Summer Camp

Monday, August 6 – Friday, August 10

AM Group: 9am – Noon (max 20 campers)

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Once the school year is over, many families with children on the autism spectrum are looking for ways to engage their children in meaningful activity.  Even if your child qualifies for an ESY program, those traditional programs are limited in length and unlikely to include fun activities.  This summer, set your child on their long-term skill development pathway with a taste of recreational activities that will empower them to feel confident about themselves while having fun.

Your child may be an excellent candidate for our “End of Summer Camp,” which can help him or her with crucial developmental and social skills. Our campers will engage with new peers while participating in a variety of recreational (athletic and enrichment) activities, and camp will offer everything from socialization programming and basic arts and crafts along with indoor and outdoor recreational activities.

Our camp is wonderful place for kids and teens with special needs, to provide them with an environment that fosters their accomplishments, friendships, and a great time with memories of an exceptional summer.

This program is a collaboration between the Autism Society of Pittsburgh and the Pittsburgh Indoor Sports Arena (PISA) to provide continued activity to those who might need ongoing programs.  The primary goals of the program include:

• Promote self-awareness and interaction through structured sports and enrichment games
• Develop and maintain recreation and leisure skills
• Develop social skills and behavioral skills and interactions
• Provide athletics and arts through movement and appropriate activities
• Promote physical fitness among youth and young adults