Program Details – Fort Washington Sports Camp

Riverside Park Conservancy’s Summer Sports Camp is a weekly all-day camp for children ages 4 to 16.

Available sports are soccer, baseball, basketball and tennis, as well as multi-sport week options. The camp uses the sports fields and courts in Riverside Park between 158th and 181st Streets. All programs provide uniforms or T-shirts. All campers are provided with light snacks, but should bring their own lunches. Additional add-on services include early drop-off (8:15 am – $50 per week) and late pickup (until 5:30 pm – $100 per week). The camp also employs an on-site medical trainer.

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The camp runs from July 19 to August 20.
$375 per week (full day)

$275 per week (half day)

  • Multiple weeks/children discounts: $25 off each week/child for 4 to 7 total weeks/children
  • $50 off each week for over 8 weeks
  • $25 off second and third child for single week sign-up
  • There will be no discounts for multiple weeks when using scholarships or auction vouchers. Discounts will only be honored for paid bookings.
  • Only 2 Auction vouchers can be used per child

Please click here for payment information and fees 

How to Enroll —  All registration is online via this website. Visit the registration page and click ‘Get a Password’ to receive a password. Then log-in, fill out the personal information form, and follow the prompts. If you registered last year, your password is still good. Back to Sports Camp home page and registration.

Scholarships are available for all camps. Contact Ahmed Cohen, Sports Camp Manager, at sports@riversideparknyc.org for information on how to obtain scholarships.

 

 

Soccer (Ages 4-14) 9 am – 3:30 pm
Soccer at the 165th Field

Provider: Carlos Oliviera Soccer AcademySoccer web
Email: contact@cosacademy.com
Phone: 917-532-3512
Late pick-up is available -call 917-309-8353 for information, fees, and sign-up.

Typical Daily Schedule (Soccer)

8:45am- 9:00am – Participant check in

9:00 am – Age groups are divided by age appropriate groups and will work with their designated coaches for the rest of the day

9:10 am- 11:00am – Technical session

  • Developing and Mastering each Technical Element
  • Passing, controlling, dribbling, finishing

11:00 – 11:20 am – Snack Break

11:30am-12:20pm- Penalty Kicks & scrimmage play

12:30 pm – Half-day players check out and Full-day players have lunch

1:15 pm – shoot out competition and Fun Games involving soccer skills

1:50 pm – World Cup games

3:00 pm – Cool-down time

3:00pm-3:15 pm: Full day players check out

 

Baseball (Ages 6-14) & Basketball (Ages 8-14)
9 am – 3:30 pm

Baseball at the 166th Street Fields; Basketball at the 158th Street Courts

Provider: Kids of Summer831
Email: kidsofsummer@gmail.com
Phone: 917-572-2423

Typical Daily Schedule (Baseball)

8:45-9:00am – Campers arrive

9:00-9:45am – Campers break into divisions and go through a daily stretching, conditioning, and throwing program

9:45am– 12:00pm – Morning drill activities

12:00–12:45pm – Lunch

12:45 –2:45pm – Afternoon World Series Game

2:45– 3:15pm – Full camp wrap up, daily awards, and snack.

3:30pm – Campers dismissed 

Breakdown of trainings per day:

Monday – Evaluations

Campers go through a series of baseball drills so coaches can get a sense of skill and experience level. These include infield/outfield work, batting practice, base running and pitching and catching. Based on these evaluations, campers are placed in the correct division for their skill and age at lunchtime Monday.

Tuesday – Station Drills

Campers are broken up into small groups by skill and age and go through a rotation of different stations such as batting practice, infield, outfield, base running, bullpen work and conditioning. Each camper participates in each station with personal coach attention

Wednesday – Team Practices

Campers go with their teammates and coaches from that week and the coach designs a team practice to address any weaknesses seen in the team that week. This is designed not only to help the team in the afternoon games, but also gives campers a chance to further bond with their assigned teammates and coaches.

Thursday – Camp Wide Color War

The camp is divided into two halves, a blue and white team, with one team from each division on each half. The teams then compete in baseball events such as home run derby, outfield accuracy throw, speed base running and infield defense. Points are calculated for each team during the morning with the final Color War winner being announced at the end of the day.

Friday – World Series Doubleheader

Games in the morning and afternoon on Friday offer a fun, competitive conclusion to the camp week. Many times the weeklong series comes down to the games Friday. Parents are welcome to observe the afternoon games Friday which are then followed at the end of the day by a weekly camp wide awards ceremony recognizing campers who excelled in the program that week.

Typical Daily Schedule (Basketball)DSC_0168

8:45 AM -9:00 AM – Campers arrive

9:00 AM-10:00 PM – Campers break into divisions and go through a daily stretching, conditioning, footwork and ball handling program.

10:00 – 12:00 – Morning drill activities.

12:00 – 12:45 PM – Lunch

12:45 PM – 2:45 PM – Afternoon competitions, half court and full court games.

2:45 PM – 3:15 – Full camp wrap up, daily awards and snack.

3:30 PM – Campers dismissed 

Each morning drill session of the week highlights a specific aspect of basketball that campers will practice and then apply to the afternoon games. Campers are broken up into small groups for all our drills allowing maximum repetition. The basketball camp is located on our outdoor courts on 158th Street in Riverside Park.

 

 

Tennis (Ages 4-16)
9:00am – 3:30pm

96th Street Red Clay Courts and 102nd Street Playground Hard Courts

Provider: Riverside Clay Tennis Associationfroi at courts
Email: mark@rcta.info
Phone: 212-870-3078

 

Typical Daily Schedule (Tennis)

9:00AM – 9:30AM – Check in campers gather for warm up and stretching on the courts.

9:30AM – 11:00AM – Participants are broken up by ages groups. Typically are ages 5-7, 8-10, 10 and above for learning, tennis drills and movement/balance/footwork exercises. Younger kids will play on short courts, with youth nets. Oldest campers will use full court for drills and practice.

11:00AM- Noon Level appropriate games

12:00PM – 1:00PM – Lunch under the trees along the river

1:00PM – 3:00PM –  More games, with drill and practice breaks.

3:00PM – 3:30PM- Cool down, snack time dismissal

 

Multi-sport Option

One sport in the morning, other in the afternoon

      • Basketball & Baseball (age 7+)
      • Soccer & Baseball