The Ingold Clubhouse is Boys & Girls Clubs of North County’s main location. Our admin offices are also located at this site. For a list of our 7 school-based sites, please click here.
*Due to COVID-19, the information below is subject to change.
445 E. Ivy Street,
Fallbrook, CA 92028
Our schedule follows the Fallbrook Elementary School calendar.
School Year – Every day after school
Summer – All day
Early Bird: 7am-12pm
Club Holiday and Training Closures
• New Year’s Eve
• New Year’s Day
• MLK Day
• President’s Day
• Memorial Day
• Independence Day
• Staff In-Service: August 8 & 9.
• Labor Day
• Thanksgiving Day and the day after
• Winter Break
To become a member please visit our Administrative Offices located at 445 E. Ivy St. just past our Ingold building. Office hours are Monday-Friday 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. You will be asked to fill out a membership packet and pay the annual $30 membership fee.
About the Clubhouse
The Ingold Club is open every day after school and all day during the summer and on school holidays that are not recognized federal holidays. Our schedule follows the Fallbrook Elementary School calendar. A daily snack is provided to all members. Youth participate in a wide array of age-appropriate enrichment activities.
Transportation (not currently available)
$50 per month
Bus and van transportation is available from Potter Junior High and Fallbrook Elementary schools to the Ingold Club. The fee is due by the 25th of each month for the following month. If payment is not received by the 25th, you will incur a $20 late fee and your child may be dropped from the transportation roster. Transportation registration begins July 1st. Routes fill quickly, so sign up early.
Early Bird Program
$25/day or $100/week
This program is provided during the summer and on school holidays from 7 a.m.-12 p.m. Registration and payment is required in advance of services.
After School Program
Youth participate in a wide variety of activities, as well as a healthy after school super snack. Homework help is offered everyday, along with a choice on enrichment activities.
Designed to help young people gain a sense of self-perspective, Club programs specifically foster positive attitudes and behavior. Boys & Girls Clubs of North County offers programming in five core program areas:
- Character and Leadership Development
- Education and Career Development
- Health and Life Skills
- The Arts
- Sports, Fitness, and Recreation
Learn to swim in a safe and comfortable environment with CPR certified instructors! At our pool, youth can participate in swim lessons, recreational, or open swim.
When school’s out, Clubs are in! Spend your summer making friends and learning new skills at our Clubhouse. Youth participate in a variety of activities in a safe and fun environment.
The Ingold Club offers a variety of team sports throughout the year. Membership is required for participation, along with a sports fee.
Swim Team: June-July
Sports Clinics: September-October
Indoor Soccer: March-May