“I did a lot of research online, reviewed reports, (inspections) online and felt that Treetops was the best for providing safety for my child. I also liked the preschool curriculum and adequate space.” - Julie Lowe
As much as Treetops Resort is a family-friendly resort, we recognize that parents need time away from their children to relax. And vice versa!
The acclaimed Children's Center at Treetops provides kids with terrific learning opportunities in a wonderful environment. At the Children's Center, we're dedicated to providing a fun, safe atmosphere for kids, along with a temporary break for their parents.
“I've had the privilege to use the childcare program and the Treetops Summer Camp Sylvan. Both of these programs come with my highest regards. Sheila has succeeded in developing a safe, friendly, fun and educational environment for my children."
Your children become the center-focus at the Children's Center at Treetops Resort. Like all of our programs, our children's center is run by the best highly-trained professionals we can find.
Our philosophy of "hands on" learning and activities is based on sound child development principles. Pre-school children participate in art activities; music and language; large group and individual activities, as well as learning to interact with other children.
Parents must reserve their child by 5pm the previous night to guarantee child care availability in the summer. Staff is only present when sign ups have been made.
Drop in prices for the center on holidays and weekends is $10 per hour per child for Treetop’s guests who are staying or using the resort facilities
The Foxes Den is designed for children ages 4 months -2 ½ years. The ratio of one teacher to four children allows for individual attention and group interaction. Infants and toddlers receive loving care in a safe, nurturing environment where special attention is given to meeting their physical and emotional needs.
The Treetops Children's Center Pre-School Program is designed for children ages 3 – 5, full day child care because mom and dad have full days of their own. Our Children's Center provides children of all ages with an enriching and safe environment.
Pre-School is included for children 3 and older as an added benefit of the full day program. The daily schedule includes art, outdoor play, story time, large and small group activities and free choice play.
The day is designed to include quiet and active play as well as addressing the social, emotional, cognitive and physical needs of children.
Complete with an indoor play structure, the Children's Center is the starting point for learning and fun. Breakfast, lunch and an afternoon snack are provided.
Activities designed with the development of children in mind. Click here for registration form.
A safe and secure before and after-school program for school-age children is available. The school bus will pick up and drop off from South Maple and St. Mary's Schools. A snack is provided.
Children's Winter Programs are Pretty Cool at Treetops Resort! We offer plenty of winter fun with two indoor pools, Saturday Night Pizza parties, ski weekends, tubing, snowshoeing and snow playing.
The Pre-School activities schedule coincides with the Gaylord Community Schools calendar and does not operate when public school is closed.
Treetops wins awards while developing great kids. We're delighted when our programs are recognized by outside groups. It's gratifying but we're not going to rest on these laurels.
Treetops has been recognized by the state child care task force and by Child and Family Services for offering unique and high-quality care programs, winning:
Our state-licensed Children's Center opened in September 1990 and has earned awards and acclaim ever since from the House Republican Task Force on childcare.
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