Come join Camps for Grownups this year in Warwick, Rhode Island!
Jazz Camp 2016 will be held at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Warwick, Rhode Island.
Warwick is a beautiful city itself, with 39 miles of coastline and bountiful shopping. There are also other nearby towns including East Greenwich, Providence and Newport that can be explored by your and/or your loved ones who come to camp with you.
This new convenient location features a FREE 5 minute shuttle ride from Providence, T.F. Green airport which is available 24/7 and a huge variety of attractions in the area. We believe this new venue will make your experience with Jazz Camp even more enjoyable.
Frequently Asked Questions
What airlines fly into T.F. Green?
- Cape Air
- Delta Airlines
- Southwest Airlines
- United Airlines/United Airlines Express
- US Airways/US Airways Express
If I want to fly into Boston, how far is it and what’s the best way to get to camp?
Logan Airport is about an hour from the resort. The easiest way would be to rent a car. Via public transport, you can take the T from Logan to South Station and the commuter rail into Providence where we can pick you up! There are also many bus lines that run from Boston to Rhode Island.
What are the amenities of the new hotel?
- Lodging in the same building as practice rooms.
- Business center.
- Free WiFi.
- Health and fitness center.
- Indoor pool.
- Over 34,000 sq ft of event space.
- 2 hotel restaurants and more!
Click here for more information about the Crowne Plaza Hotel.
A great benefit that The Crowne Plaza Warwick offers is a free shuttle from the hotel to East Greenwich. East Greenwich is a lovely place to spend some free time and is well known for its vibrant Main Street, waterfront, great restaurants, quaint boutiques, history, colonial architecture, and many community activities. East Greenwich also has incredible historical significance for Rhode Island as it is considered to be the birthplace of the American Navy.
On the National Register of Historic Places, Downtown Providence is one of the best cities to enjoy a walking tour or gondola ride and marvel at beautiful period architecture. Providence combines the accessibility and friendliness of a small town with the culture and sophistication of a big city. With a vibrant arts community, diverse neighborhoods, a renowned restaurant scene and so many things to do, Providence is a great place to visit. If you choose to venture out this way some great attractions to add to your list of things to see are:
WaterFire – A multi-sensory art installation, highlighted by a series of bonfires on the three rivers of downtown. WaterFire was recently named one of the Top 100 events in the country by the American Bus Association.
Roger Williams Park – A park that contains waterways, walks, Botanical Center, a Carousel Village, Museum of Natural History, a Planetarium, and of course the Roger Williams Park Zoo which is one of the oldest in the country.
Newport, also known as the City-by-the-Sea, is well known for its maritime history and as the glorious stage of past America’s Cup races. Past the magnificent harbor, visitors will find fabulous mansions from the gilded age, colonial architecture and history, great music, harborside bistros, trendy boutiques, the International Tennis Hall of Fame, the oldest library in America (The Redwood) as well as the oldest synagogue and the famous St. Mary’s Catholic Church (where John F. and Jacqueline Kennedy wed). With so much to see in Newport, if you choose to visit, make sure to get to:
The Breakers – Built in 1895, this 70 room beauty is the largest and grandest of Newport mansions.
The Cliff Walk – A 3.5 mile National Recreational Trail which runs along cliffs overlooking the ocean and past historic homes.
Newport Sailing Tours – Enjoy sailing tours and sunset harbor cruises through Newport Harbor and Narragansett Bay.