Summer Sport Camps Bell Family

Summer Sports Camps 2022 Registration is OPEN now!

Sports Camps: Monday-Thursday 5pm-7:30pm
YMCA Members: $40 / Non-members: $65

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We encourage all skill levels to attend our camps, as we cover the fundamentals of each sport while also incorporating challenging drills and games. In our Sports Camps, we teach sportsmanship and teamwork in addition to the skills of each individual sport because here, we believe every child can become a well-rounded athlete and person.

Camps:

June 13-16 (Ages 6-13): Fundamental Soccer Camp
Learn fundamental skills such as dribbling, passing, throw-ins and shooting. Be a part of a team during small sided games and drills.

June 27-30 (Ages 6-13): Basketball Camp
Learn fundamental skills such as dribbling, passing and shooting. Be a part of a team during small sided games and drills.

July 5-8 (Ages 8-13): Positions Soccer Camp
Learn fundamental skills such as dribbling, passing, throw-ins and shooting. Be a part of a team during small sided games and drills. New drills and games will be introduced for this second week of summer soccer camp!

July 11-14 (Ages 6-13): Kid Fit Camp 
Make fitness fun in our kid fit camp! Speed and agility will help improve skills in any sport you play!

July 18-21 (Ages 6-13): Backyard Games Camp  
Have fun with your friends playing field day games like kickball, whiffle ball, sack races, tug of war and much more.  Last day of the week will be all about water.  

July 25-28 (Ages 10-15): Junior Pickleball Camp  
Pickleball is the ideal first sport for kids. The game is easier to play than tennis, the racquet is shorter, the court is smaller and the ball is slower. While combining elements of tennis, ping pong and badminton, children often have an early appreciable satisfaction with pickleball--greater contact with the ball, longer rallies and the gratification of quickly excelling at a new sport! 
With junior pickleball tournaments springing up everywhere (it is now included in the AAU Junior Olympics), pickleball has emerged as an opportunity for children to get in on the ground floor of a new and exciting sport.