Tennis, Fitness & Arts (TFA) Camp: Traditional Track

Founded by Weymouth Club owner Sally Goldman in 1988, our Tennis, Fitness & Arts (TFA) Camp is one of the club’s signature and most special experiences. We are proud to welcome children to one of the most diverse and expertly run camps on the South Shore!

The traditional track of TFA is offered every week in the summer. In addition, we offer separate tracks for dance (offered 3 weeks), musical theater (3 weeks), and acro (2 weeks). Campers are grouped by age.

Weymouth Club Camp is a Wicked Local Reader’s Choice Award winner!

Sally Goldman, TFA Camp Director

Jake & Brett are having so much fun at camp this week!  For the first time ever, they are excited about going to camp each day.

TJ absolutely LOVES this camp! Whatever you are doing, keep it up!

My Children love going to TFA Camp at Weymouth Club.  The fabulous facilities, excellent staff, and daily camp schedule make an incredible experience.

TFA Info

View our summer 2024 Master Camp Schedule using the link below

2024 Master Camp Schedule

2023-2024 Tennis, Fitness & Arts (6-13) &  Tennis Academy (10-18)

March 29th Good Friday

April 15—19th April vacation week

June 10—Aug. 30th Summer Camps

For questions contact Dianne Heinold at dheinold@weymouthclub.com 

For the traditional track of TFA Camp, a typical day involves the activities below, although the precise daily schedule will vary.

  • Attendance
  • Opening games and groupings
  • Tennis lesson
  • Fitness and gym games
  • Arts and crafts
  • Swimming lesson twice a week
  • Free swim
  • Daily awards
  • Lunch and snack times
  • Tennis/ladder matches
  • Fun weekly themes
School Year

Camp Day 9:00am-2:00pm

Early Camp: 8:00am-9:00am

After Camp: 2:oopm-3:00pm


Camp Day 9:00am-3:00pm

Early Camp 8:00–9:00 a.m.

$14/hour for members

$16/hour for non-members

After Camp 3:00–5:00 p.m.

$14/hour for members

$16/hour for non-members

  • All campers must have a credit card on file as a backup form of payment.
  • Early drop-off and after-camp charges will be tallied at the end of each week. Campers are only charged for time logged, we do not charge for the whole time as many camps do.  
  • Campers who arrive before 8:50 a.m. will be charged for a 15-minute increment of early camp.
  • Campers who are not picked up by 5:00 p.m. will be charged $1 per minute starting at 5:00 p.m.

Any emergencies, please call Weymouth Club main # 781-337-4600 & tell the front desk to relay the message up to the Early or After Camp Staff.

Parents, if you are running late and you need your child to stay for After Camp, we can accommodate that.  Please call the Weymouth Club’s main phone number 781-337-4600, they will relay the message and we will let your child know.

Helpful Camp information

  • Clothing: Please wear the camp t-shirt as much as possible. Comfortable/sports clothing should also be worn.
  • Footwear: Sneakers everyday for all campers.
  • Everyday please bring a bathing suit and towel.
  • Label all clothing, hats etc with your child’s name or initials.
  • Sunscreen: We require that you apply sunscreen everyday prior to arrival. (per state regulations staff is unable to apply lotion sunscreen)
  • Pack extra plastic bags for wet bathing suits and towels.
  • Bottle of water marked with name
  • Extra snacks (we are a nut free camp)
  • Nut-Free Lunch
  • Please do not bring any toys from home.
  • Bring your own tennis racquet if you have one. We have plenty of loaners.
  • Please sign your child in everyday. If someone else will be picking up your child, please let us know ahead of time and they will need to show ID.

Must bring a nut free lunch, snacks and water everyday.

Physical/immunization records (from within the past 24 months) must be submitted before attending Camp.

Physical/Immunization records can be emailed to dheinold@weymouthclub.com or by submitted by mail to:

Weymouth Club  75 Finnell Drive Weymouth, MA 02189

Today or in the past 24 hours, have you or any household members had any of the following symptoms?

Fever or chills?


Sore throat?

Difficulty breathing?

Gastrointestinal symptoms (diarrhea, nausea, vomiting)?

Abdominal pain?

Unexplained Rash?


Headache? New loss of smell/taste?

New muscle aches?

Any other signs of illness?

In the past 14 days, have you had close contact with a person known to be infected with the novel coronavirus (COVID-19)? If so, please keep your child at home until they are cleared to come back to camp.

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