Top Summer Sports Camps in OKC
Summer is rolling in fast! Soon school will be over and your kids will be biting at the bit to get out there and get active. Why not keep them happy and healthy at one of our “Top Summer Sports Camps”? Below we’ve listed only the coolest camps that we guarantee any sports enthusiast will love.
Week-long day camps are available in the Boathouse District, at Lake Overholser and at Lake Hefner.
Novice camps introduce kids to rowing, paddling, sailing, and the basics of water sports. Additional activities include zip lining, the SandRidge Sky Trail, whitewater rafting and kayaking.
OKC Thunder Youth Basketball summer camps offer full-day sessions that give kids the opportunity to hone their basketball skills, as well as focus on life lessons such as teamwork, sportsmanship and respect. This is the only authentic NBA instructional camp in Oklahoma.
Open to kids ages 10-16.
Camps for ages 5-8 meet Tues & Thurs 8:45-9:30 am in sessions grouped into 3 weeks. Camps for ages 8-16 are offered every week in the summer, usually Mon-Thurs, 8:45-noon with an optional free swim at noon every day except Mondays. Features include seasoned professional instructors, small groups and no rain-outs.
Blazers Ice Centre offers ice hockey camps for all ages and skill levels. These include HMI Oklahoma Hockey Camp, and Mick McEwen's Hockey Skills Development Camp. Private figure skating lessons are also available.
Students learn punching, kicking, falls, throws, and grappling. They also learn how to be strong individuals. The classes are designed to build stronger bodies, stronger minds, and stronger hearts in a fun and rewarding environment. Exercises are structured to safely guide your child toward better health, focus and confidence.
Did you find a super cool kids sports camp? If not, don’t sweat it! Just check out our comprehensive list of camp providers here. ChatterBlock only posts the best local summer sports camps. So, the only problem you will have is narrowing down which camp your kids will go to!
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