top of page

Sports Camps

Online registration is OPEN for Summer Camps!

 

All Summer Sports camps will be IN PERSON

and the  AAPS COVID & Health Guidance

will be followed.

FULL DAY CAMPS

HALF DAY AM CAMPS

HALF DAY PM CAMPS

IMG_1825 (1).jpg
IMG_4560.jpg

Goal Getter Summer Soccer

Half Day AM Camp

9:00AM - 12:00PM

6/17/24 - 6/21/24

A2STEAM Open Space

Ages: 5 - 12. Come join Michigan Futsal Factory Academy staff for a new Soccer experience. This camp is for the beginner to immediate player and is designed to give players a unique opportunity to experience many forms of Soccer played around the world and how they benefit players. Learn the basics of soccer through fun games and activities and finish each day with a friendly game of World Cup. On one of the days, we’ll learn the difference between handling a soccer ball versus a Futsal ball. Instructor: Michigan Futsal Factory Academy Staff. Monday - Tuesday / Thursday - Friday. **NO CAMP WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19th**

IMG_4467.jpg

American Baseball Camp

Half Day AM Camp

9:00AM - 12:00PM

6/17/24 - 6/21/24

Allmendinger Park

Ages: 6 - 12. Join us for daily hitting, fielding, pitching and outfield stations as well as daily trivia contests with prizes for everyone. Whether you are new to the game or are an experienced player, you will learn in a safe, structured environment, have fun, and gain confidence. Each day, we will work on basic to advanced skills and play baseball. Softball players are welcome. T-shirt provided. Campers are split by age and experience level for safety. Instructors: GVP Sports Staff. Monday - Tuesday / Thursday - Friday. **NO CAMP WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19th**

basketball.jpg

Skyline HS Basketball Academy

Half Day AM Camp

9:00AM - 12:00PM

6/17/24 - 6/21/24

Skyline HS Main Gym

Ages: 10 - 14. Join the Skyline Basketball Summer Camp led by Head Varsity Girls Coach Mike Lovelace. Coach Lovelace has been leading summer basketball camps at Skyline for 15 years. The Skyline Girls Basketball coaching staff and players will help improve your game working on both offensive and defensive fundamentals. Offensively, you will learn jump shot fundamentals and how to attack the basket from the perimeter and post. In-game fundamentals will be worked on including dribbling, passing, screening, defensive footwork/positioning and game situations to work on court awareness. Enjoy skill competitions and scrimmages with new friends divided up by skill/experience level. All experience levels are encouraged to attend. Players will receive a Gatorade and snack everyday. Monday - Tuesday / Thursday - Friday. No Camp Wednesday, 6/19.

IMG_8488 (1).jpg

Introduction to Fencing

Half Day AM Camp

9:00AM - 12:00PM

6/24/24 - 6/28/24

Clague Middle School Gym

Ages: 7 - 14. The modern Olympic sport of fencing engages both mind and body. It is physically and mentally demanding and teaches problem solving as well as improved reflexes and agility. Fencing is unique in that a certain body type is not required. Fencing encourages different styles based on size and strength, and fencers are taught the importance of showing respect, regardless of the outcome. All equipment is included – campers should dress in sports clothing and sneakers. This camp is designed to introduce children ages 7-14 to the sport. They will learn basic footwork and bladework while learning simple fencing tactics and rules. Instructors: Plymouth/Ann Arbor Fencing Academy Staff. Monday - Friday. IMPORTANT: If you register your child for both a morning camp and an afternoon camp, note that Rec & Ed staff will not be available to provide supervision between 12-1pm, so it will be necessary for you (or someone on your authorized pick-up list) to check your child out at 12pm and check them back in again at 1pm.

Fencing2.jpg

Introduction to Fencing

Half Day PM Camp

1:00PM - 4:00PM

6/24/24 - 6/28/24

Clague Middle School Gym

Ages: 7 - 14. The modern Olympic sport of fencing engages both mind and body. It is physically and mentally demanding and teaches problem solving as well as improved reflexes and agility. Fencing is unique in that a certain body type is not required. Fencing encourages different styles based on size and strength, and fencers are taught the importance of showing respect, regardless of the outcome. All equipment is included – campers should dress in sports clothing and sneakers. This camp is designed to introduce children ages 7-14 to the sport. They will learn basic footwork and bladework while learning simple fencing tactics and rules. Instructors: Plymouth/Ann Arbor Fencing Academy Staff. Monday - Friday. IMPORTANT: If you register your child for both a morning camp and an afternoon camp, note that Rec & Ed staff will not be available to provide supervision between 12-1pm, so it will be necessary for you (or someone on your authorized pick-up list) to check your child out at 12pm and check them back in again at 1pm.

basketball2.jpg

Skyline HS Basketball Academy Co-Ed

Half Day AM Camp

9:00AM - 12:00PM

6/24/24 - 6/28/24

Skyline HS Main Gym

Ages: 7 - 10. Join the Skyline Boys Basketball summer camp led by Head Varsity Coach Jon-Lamar Hamilton. The Skyline boys basketball coaching staff and players will help develop your offensive and defensive skills through various drills, Offensively, you will learn basic fundamentals (ball handling, passing, shot technique, and much more). Defensively, you will learn how to defend the ball, be in the gap, and help side. Enjoy skill drills/competitions and scrimmages with new friends. Players will receive a Gatorade and snack everyday, Camps are split by age/experience, All player levels from beginner to advanced are welcome. Enjoy some fun with Skyline HS Boys Basketball Coaches and Players. Monday - Friday.

skyline.png

Skyline HS Basketball Academy Co-Ed

Half Day PM Camp

1:00PM - 4:00PM

6/24/24 - 6/28/24

Skyline HS Main Gym

Ages: 11 - 14. Join the Skyline Boys Basketball summer camp led by Head Varsity Coach Jon-Lamar Hamilton. The Skyline boys basketball coaching staff and players will help develop your offensive and defensive skills through various drills, Offensively, you will learn basic fundamentals (ball handling, passing, shot technique, and much more). Defensively, you will learn how to defend the ball, be in the gap, and help side. Enjoy skill drills/competitions and scrimmages with new friends. Players will receive a Gatorade and snack everyday, Camps are split by age/experience, All player levels from beginner to advanced are welcome. Enjoy some fun with Skyline HS Boys Basketball Coaches and Players. Monday - Friday.

soccer1.jpg

Goal Getter Summer Soccer

Half Day AM Camp

9:00AM - 12:00PM

6/24/24 - 6/28/24

A2STEAM Open Space

Ages: 5 - 12. Come join Michigan Futsal Factory Academy staff for a new Soccer experience. This camp is for the beginner to immediate player and is designed to give players a unique opportunity to experience many forms of Soccer played around the world and how they benefit players. Learn the basics of soccer through fun games and activities and finish each day with a friendly game of World Cup. On one of the days, we’ll learn the difference between handling a soccer ball versus a Futsal ball. Instructor: Michigan Futsal Factory Academy Staff. Monday - Friday.

IMG_4517.jpg

American Baseball Camp

Half Day AM Camp

9:30AM - 12:15PM

6/24/24 - 6/28/24

Buhr Park

Ages: 6 - 12. Join us for daily hitting, fielding, pitching and outfield stations as well as daily trivia contests with prizes for everyone. Whether you are new to the game or are an experienced player, you will learn in a safe, structured environment, have fun, and gain confidence. Each day, we will work on basic to advanced skills and play baseball. Softball players are welcome. T-shirt provided. Campers are split by age and experience level for safety. Instructors: GVP Sports Staff. Monday - Friday.

soccertraining3.jpg

G-Powers Full-Day Soccer

Full Day Camp

9:00AM - 4:00PM

7/8/24 - 7/12/24

Slauson Middle School

Ages: 6 - 10. Did you know soccer is the most popular sport in the world? You can play, too. Learn the correct way to pass and shoot, trap the ball, and practice good defense. We will also review the rules of the game. Improve your teamwork and gain game experience through scrimmages and various skill games and drills. Players will be split by age or ability for safety. Instructors: G-Powers Training Staff. Monday - Friday.

basketball3.jpg

Pioneer HS Basketball Academy

Half Day AM Camp

9:00AM - 12:00PM

7/8/24 - 7/11/24

Pioneer HS Main Gym

Ages: 8 - 11. Are you passionate about basketball? Take your game to the next level with the Pioneer Boys Varsity coaches and players. Campers will work through stations, small-sided and full-court game play, as well as individual contests. Camp is co-ed. Instructors: Pioneer High School Boys varsity coaches and players. Monday - Thursday.

basketball4.png

Pioneer HS Basketball Academy

Half Day PM Camp

1:00PM - 4:00PM

7/8/24 - 7/11/24

Pioneer HS Main Gym

Ages: 12 - 14. Experience high school level basketball in this camp for players who have played competitively for at least two years. There will be a heavy emphasis on individual skills that need to be developed to give players a foundation in preparation for high school basketball. Additionally, players will be put through a scaled back version of a typical high school practice: teaching team concepts involving man-to-man defense, ball screen offense and the transition game. The goal of the camp will be to carry these concepts over to live 5-on-5 game action. Instructors: Pioneer High School boys varsity coaches and players. Monday - Thursday.

IMG_4497.jpg

American Baseball Camp

Half Day AM Camp

9:30AM - 12:15PM

7/8/24 - 7/12/24

Allmendinger Park

Ages: 6 - 12. Join us for daily hitting, fielding, pitching and outfield stations as well as daily trivia contests with prizes for everyone. Whether you are new to the game or are an experienced player, you will learn in a safe, structured environment, have fun, and gain confidence. Each day, we will work on basic to advanced skills and play baseball. Softball players are welcome. T-shirt provided. Campers are split by age and experience level for safety. Instructors: GVP Sports Staff. Monday - Friday.

GPowersbball.jpg

G-Powers Full-Day Basketball Camp

Full Day Camp

9:00AM - 4:00PM

7/15/24 - 7/19/24

Slauson Middle School

Ages: 7 - 11. Learn the fast-paced and fun game of basketball in a camp setting. Master the fundamentals of ball dribbling, passing, shooting and defense with engaging drills and small-sided games. Enjoy a fun time with friends and challenging physical activity, too. Players will be split by age or ability for safety. Players will be practicing on regulation 10 ft rims. Instructors: G-Powers Training Staff. Monday - Friday.

IMG_4601.jpg

Goal Getter Summer Soccer

Half Day AM Camp

9:00AM - 12:00PM

7/15/24 - 7/19/24

Forsythe Middle School

Ages: 5 - 12. Come join Michigan Futsal Factory Academy staff for a new Soccer experience. This camp is for the beginner to immediate player and is designed to give players a unique opportunity to experience many forms of Soccer played around the world and how they benefit players. Learn the basics of soccer through fun games and activities and finish each day with a friendly game of World Cup. On one of the days, we’ll learn the difference between handling a soccer ball versus a Futsal ball. Instructor: Michigan Futsal Factory Academy Staff. Monday - Friday.

fencing1.jpg

Introduction to Fencing

Half Day AM Camp

9:00AM - 12:00PM

7/15/24 - 7/19/24

Clague Middle School Gym

Ages: 7 - 14. The modern Olympic sport of fencing engages both mind and body. It is physically and mentally demanding and teaches problem solving as well as improved reflexes and agility. Fencing is unique in that a certain body type is not required. Fencing encourages different styles based on size and strength, and fencers are taught the importance of showing respect, regardless of the outcome. All equipment is included – campers should dress in sports clothing and sneakers. This camp is designed to introduce children ages 7-14 to the sport. They will learn basic footwork and bladework while learning simple fencing tactics and rules. Instructors: Plymouth/Ann Arbor Fencing Academy Staff. Monday - Friday. IMPORTANT: If you register your child for both a morning camp and an afternoon camp, note that Rec & Ed staff will not be available to provide supervision between 12-1pm, so it will be necessary for you (or someone on your authorized pick-up list) to check your child out at 12pm and check them back in again at 1pm.

Fencing3.jpg

Introduction to Fencing

Half Day PM Camp

1:00PM - 4:00PM

7/15/24 - 7/19/24

Clague Middle School Gym

Ages: 7 - 14. The modern Olympic sport of fencing engages both mind and body. It is physically and mentally demanding and teaches problem solving as well as improved reflexes and agility. Fencing is unique in that a certain body type is not required. Fencing encourages different styles based on size and strength, and fencers are taught the importance of showing respect, regardless of the outcome. All equipment is included – campers should dress in sports clothing and sneakers. This camp is designed to introduce children ages 7-14 to the sport. They will learn basic footwork and bladework while learning simple fencing tactics and rules. Instructors: Plymouth/Ann Arbor Fencing Academy Staff. Monday - Friday. IMPORTANT: If you register your child for both a morning camp and an afternoon camp, note that Rec & Ed staff will not be available to provide supervision between 12-1pm, so it will be necessary for you (or someone on your authorized pick-up list) to check your child out at 12pm and check them back in again at 1pm.

PHSvball2.jpg

Pioneer HS Volleyball Academy

Half Day AM Camp

9:00AM - 12:00PM

7/15/24 - 7/18/24

Pioneer HS Main Gym

Ages: 10 - 13. Embrace the joy of volleyball, one of the fastest-growing indoor sports, at the Pioneer Volleyball Academy! Our coaches and high school players will provide expert guidance, exciting demos, and hands-on instruction covering all major volleyball skills – serving, passing, setting, hitting, blocking, and digging. Whether you're a beginner eager to learn the fundamentals or an advanced player looking to refine your technique, our coaching team is committed to elevating your game. Our camp emphasizes skill development in a supportive and inclusive environment. We believe in fostering growth at every skill level, where everyone is encouraged to grow. Whether you're new to the court or looking to polish your skills, Pioneer Volleyball Academy is the place to be. We’ll end the week with a thrilling 2-day tournament and a chance to compete with passion, sportsmanship, and the camaraderie of newfound friends. Don't miss out on the opportunity to ignite your passion for volleyball and take your game to the next level! Pioneer High School varsity volleyball coaches and players. Monday - Thursday.

IMG_1825 (1).jpg

Huron HS Field Hockey Academy

Half Day AM Camp

9:00AM - 12:00PM

7/15/24 - 7/18/24

Huron HS Field Hockey Field

Ages: 10 - 14. Join Huron High School field hockey coaches and players working on fundamentals and advanced field hockey skills. Participate in skill games and scrimmages daily. New and experienced players are welcome. Instructors: Huron High School varsity coaches and players. Monday - Thursday.

IMG_4529.jpg

American Baseball Camp

Half Day AM Camp

9:30AM - 12:15PM

7/15/24 - 7/19/24

Buhr Park

Ages: 6 - 12. Join us for daily hitting, fielding, pitching and outfield stations as well as daily trivia contests with prizes for everyone. Whether you are new to the game or are an experienced player, you will learn in a safe, structured environment, have fun, and gain confidence. Each day, we will work on basic to advanced skills and play baseball. Softball players are welcome. T-shirt provided. Campers are split by age and experience level for safety. Instructors: GVP Sports Staff. Monday - Friday.

GPowersbball2.jpg

G-Powers Full-Day Basketball Camp

Full Day Camp

9:00AM - 4:00PM

7/22/24 - 7/26/24

Slauson Middle School

Ages: 7 - 11. Learn the fast-paced and fun game of basketball in a camp setting. Master the fundamentals of ball dribbling, passing, shooting and defense with engaging drills and small-sided games. Enjoy a fun time with friends and challenging physical activity, too. Players will be split by age or ability for safety. Players will be practicing on regulation 10 ft rims. Instructors: G-Powers Training Staff. Monday - Friday.

IMG_4591.jpg

Goal Getter Soccer Camp

Half Day AM Camp

9:00AM - 12:00PM

7/22/24 - 7/26/24

Forsythe Middle School

Ages: 5 - 12. Come join Michigan Futsal Factory Academy staff for a new Soccer experience. This camp is for the beginner to immediate player and is designed to give players a unique opportunity to experience many forms of Soccer played around the world and how they benefit players. Learn the basics of soccer through fun games and activities and finish each day with a friendly game of World Cup. On one of the days, we’ll learn the difference between handling a soccer ball versus a Futsal ball. Instructor: Michigan Futsal Factory Academy Staff. Monday - Friday.

IMG_4485.jpg

American Baseball Camp

Half Day AM Camp

9:30AM - 12:15PM

7/22/24 - 7/26/24

Allmendinger Park

Ages: 6 - 12. Join us for daily hitting, fielding, pitching and outfield stations as well as daily trivia contests with prizes for everyone. Whether you are new to the game or are an experienced player, you will learn in a safe, structured environment, have fun, and gain confidence. Each day, we will work on basic to advanced skills and play baseball. Softball players are welcome. T-shirt provided. Campers are split by age and experience level for safety. Instructors: GVP Sports Staff. Monday - Friday.

PHSvball4.jpg

NEW! Pioneer HS Volleyball Skills

Half Day AM Camp

9:00AM - 12:00PM

7/22/24 - 7/25/24

Pioneer HS Main Gym

Ages: 10 - 13. Join us for a dynamic volleyball experience that will take your skills to the next level! This camp strikes the perfect balance between skill development and the excitement of the game. Half of the week is dedicated to honing skills through drills, instructions, and demos; while the other half is about applying those skills in exciting games and mini-tournaments. You will sharpen essential skills such as – serving, passing, setting, hitting, blocking, and digging – with a focus on elevating players beyond the beginner level. Prior volleyball experience is recommended (but not required). This camp caters to basic to intermediate and advanced skill levels. Instructors: Pioneer High School varsity volleyball coaches. Monday - Thursday.

rowing.jpg

Rowing Camp

Evening Camp

5:00PM - 6:30PM

7/22/24 - 7/26/24

Concordia University

Ages: 11 - 14. Rowing’s enormous potential to have a positive impact on young athletes has made it one of the fastest-growing high school sports in the country. It is built around a commitment to teamwork - members of a crew learn to trust each other and work in unison, often forging strong and meaningful friendships in the process. Three local high schools offer rowing programs: Pioneer, Skyline, and Huron. Our middle school camps facilitate both an introduction to the sport and an opportunity to prepare for high school rowing. Each camp will focus on safety, fun, and whole-athlete development to maximize the experience for each participant. All camps will be held on the Concordia University Campus (see “More Information” for details). We encourage all middle schoolers to take advantage of Ann Arbor’s amazing natural resources, while learning a new sport and making new friends! Instructor: Kit Bennett, Director of Washtenaw Rowing Center and Head Coach of Skyline High School Rowing Team. Monday - Friday.

IMG_4608.jpg

Goal Getter Summer Soccer

Half Day AM Camp

9:00AM - 12:00PM

7/29/24 - 8/2/24

Forsythe Middle School

Ages: 5 - 12. Come join Michigan Futsal Factory Academy staff for a new Soccer experience. This camp is for the beginner to immediate player and is designed to give players a unique opportunity to experience many forms of Soccer played around the world and how they benefit players. Learn the basics of soccer through fun games and activities and finish each day with a friendly game of World Cup. On one of the days, we’ll learn the difference between handling a soccer ball versus a Futsal ball. Instructor: Michigan Futsal Factory Academy Staff. Monday - Friday.

basketballcamp.jpg

Pioneer HS Basketball Academy

Half Day AM Camp

9:00AM - 12:00PM

7/29/24 - 8/1/24

Pioneer HS Main Gym

Ages: 8 - 11. Looking to make a significant leap in your basketball skills and development? This camp was designed to do just that. Join Pioneer Girls Varsity coaches and players to improve your fundamentals. Challenge yourself with hands-on skill work through stations, small-sided and full court game play as well as individual contests. Camp is co-ed. Instructors: Pioneer High School Girls varsity coaches and players. Monday - Thursday.

Basketball Court

Pioneer HS Basketball Academy

Half Day PM Camp

1:00PM - 4:00PM

7/29/24 - 8/1/24

Pioneer HS Main Gym

Ages: 12 - 14. Looking to make a significant leap in your basketball skills and development? This camp was designed to do just that. Join Pioneer Girls Varsity coaches and players to improve your fundamentals. Challenge yourself with hands-on skill work through stations, small-sided and full court game play as well as individual contests. Camp is co-ed. Instructors: Pioneer High School Girls varsity coaches and players. Monday - Thursday.

IMG_4568.jpg

Goal Getter Summer Soccer

Half Day AM Camp

9:00AM - 12:00PM

8/5/24 - 8/9/24

Forsythe Middle School

Ages: 5 - 12. Come join Michigan Futsal Factory Academy staff for a new Soccer experience. This camp is for the beginner to immediate player and is designed to give players a unique opportunity to experience many forms of Soccer played around the world and how they benefit players. Learn the basics of soccer through fun games and activities and finish each day with a friendly game of World Cup. On one of the days, we’ll learn the difference between handling a soccer ball versus a Futsal ball. Instructor: Michigan Futsal Factory Academy Staff. Monday - Friday.

IMG_4489.jpg

American Baseball Camp

Half Day AM Camp

9:30AM - 12:15PM

8/5/24 - 8/9/24

Buhr Park

Ages: 6 - 12. Join us for daily hitting, fielding, pitching and outfield stations as well as daily trivia contests with prizes for everyone. Whether you are new to the game or are an experienced player, you will learn in a safe, structured environment, have fun, and gain confidence. Each day, we will work on basic to advanced skills and play baseball. Softball players are welcome. T-shirt provided. Campers are split by age and experience level for safety. Instructors: GVP Sports Staff. Monday - Friday.

IMG_8488 (1).jpg

Introduction to Fencing

Half Day AM Camp

9:00AM - 12:00PM

8/12/24 - 8/16/24

AAOpen Gym

Ages: 7 - 14. The modern Olympic sport of fencing engages both mind and body. It is physically and mentally demanding and teaches problem solving as well as improved reflexes and agility. Fencing is unique in that a certain body type is not required. Fencing encourages different styles based on size and strength, and fencers are taught the importance of showing respect, regardless of the outcome. All equipment is included – campers should dress in sports clothing and sneakers. This camp is designed to introduce children ages 7-14 to the sport. They will learn basic footwork and bladework while learning simple fencing tactics and rules. Instructors: Plymouth/Ann Arbor Fencing Academy Staff. Monday - Friday. IMPORTANT: If you register your child for both a morning camp and an afternoon camp, note that Rec & Ed staff will not be available to provide supervision between 12-1pm, so it will be necessary for you (or someone on your authorized pick-up list) to check your child out at 12pm and check them back in again at 1pm.

fencing1.jpg

Introduction to Fencing

Half Day PM Camp

1:00PM - 4:00PM

8/12/24 - 8/16/24

AAOpen Gym

Ages: 7 - 14. The modern Olympic sport of fencing engages both mind and body. It is physically and mentally demanding and teaches problem solving as well as improved reflexes and agility. Fencing is unique in that a certain body type is not required. Fencing encourages different styles based on size and strength, and fencers are taught the importance of showing respect, regardless of the outcome. All equipment is included – campers should dress in sports clothing and sneakers. This camp is designed to introduce children ages 7-14 to the sport. They will learn basic footwork and bladework while learning simple fencing tactics and rules. Instructors: Plymouth/Ann Arbor Fencing Academy Staff. Monday - Friday. IMPORTANT: If you register your child for both a morning camp and an afternoon camp, note that Rec & Ed staff will not be available to provide supervision between 12-1pm, so it will be necessary for you (or someone on your authorized pick-up list) to check your child out at 12pm and check them back in again at 1pm.

IMG_4571.jpg

Goal Getter Soccer

Half Day AM Camp

9:00AM - 12:00PM

8/12/24 - 8/16/24

A2STEAM Open Space

Ages: 5 - 12. Come join Michigan Futsal Factory Academy staff for a new Soccer experience. This camp is for the beginner to immediate player and is designed to give players a unique opportunity to experience many forms of Soccer played around the world and how they benefit players. Learn the basics of soccer through fun games and activities and finish each day with a friendly game of World Cup. On one of the days, we’ll learn the difference between handling a soccer ball versus a Futsal ball. Instructor: Michigan Futsal Factory Academy Staff. Monday - Friday.

IMG_4495.jpg

American Baseball Camp

Half Day AM Camp

9:30AM - 12:15PM

8/12/24 - 8/16/24

Allmendinger Park

Ages: 6 - 12. Join us for daily hitting, fielding, pitching and outfield stations as well as daily trivia contests with prizes for everyone. Whether you are new to the game or are an experienced player, you will learn in a safe, structured environment, have fun, and gain confidence. Each day, we will work on basic to advanced skills and play baseball. Softball players are welcome. T-shirt provided. Campers are split by age and experience level for safety. Instructors: GVP Sports Staff. Monday - Friday.

Rowing3.jpg

Rowing Camp

Evening Camp

5:00PM - 6:30PM

8/5/24 - 8/9/24

Concordia University

Ages: 11 - 14. Rowing’s enormous potential to have a positive impact on young athletes has made it one of the fastest-growing high school sports in the country. It is built around a commitment to teamwork - members of a crew learn to trust each other and work in unison, often forging strong and meaningful friendships in the process. Three local high schools offer rowing programs: Pioneer, Skyline, and Huron. Our middle school camps facilitate both an introduction to the sport and an opportunity to prepare for high school rowing. Each camp will focus on safety, fun, and whole-athlete development to maximize the experience for each participant. All camps will be held on the Concordia University Campus (see “More Information” for details). We encourage all middle schoolers to take advantage of Ann Arbor’s amazing natural resources, while learning a new sport and making new friends! Instructor: Kit Bennett, Director of Washtenaw Rowing Center and Head Coach of Skyline High School Rowing Team. Monday - Friday.

IMG_4511.jpg

American Baseball Camp

Half Day AM Camp

9:30AM - 12:15PM

8/19/24 - 8/23/24

Buhr Park

Ages: 6 - 12. Join us for daily hitting, fielding, pitching and outfield stations as well as daily trivia contests with prizes for everyone. Whether you are new to the game or are an experienced player, you will learn in a safe, structured environment, have fun, and gain confidence. Each day, we will work on basic to advanced skills and play baseball. Softball players are welcome. T-shirt provided. Campers are split by age and experience level for safety. Instructors: GVP Sports Staff. Monday - Friday.

Rowing5.jpg

Rowing Camp

Evening Camp

6:30PM - 8:00PM

8/19/24 - 8/23/24

Concordia University

Ages: 11 - 14. Rowing’s enormous potential to have a positive impact on young athletes has made it one of the fastest-growing high school sports in the country. It is built around a commitment to teamwork - members of a crew learn to trust each other and work in unison, often forging strong and meaningful friendships in the process. Three local high schools offer rowing programs: Pioneer, Skyline, and Huron. Our middle school camps facilitate both an introduction to the sport and an opportunity to prepare for high school rowing. Each camp will focus on safety, fun, and whole-athlete development to maximize the experience for each participant. All camps will be held on the Concordia University Campus (see “More Information” for details). We encourage all middle schoolers to take advantage of Ann Arbor’s amazing natural resources, while learning a new sport and making new friends! Instructor: Kit Bennett, Director of Washtenaw Rowing Center and Head Coach of Skyline High School Rowing Team. Monday - Friday.

bottom of page