Sports Camp – 2024 Programs

Camp Cost & Dates

Camp Cost & Dates

  • Multiple weeks/multiple children discounts
    • $25 off each week/child for 4 to 7 total weeks/children
    • $50 off each week for over 8 weeks
  • 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

Additional Add-On Services

Early Drop-Off (8:15am) $50 per week

Late Pick-Up (until 5:30pm) – $100 per week

Lunch provided by Ellington in the Park – $60 per week
You can see a full menu from 2023 here.

*** Early arrival and Late Pick up are independent of the program, and the services are operated by the coaches employed by the Providers.

Please click here for payment information and fees.

Need-based scholarships are available to ensure that any child who wants to participate is able to. Contact the camp manager at [email protected] for information on how to obtain scholarships.

How to Enroll

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  • Log-in or create an account
  • Fill out the personal information form and follow the prompts

If you registered last year, your password is still good!

Riverside Park (UWS) Options

Ages 6 – 14
9:00am – 3:30pm
(half-day T-ball from 9:00am – 12:00pm, $375/week)

Provider: Kids of Summer
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 917-572-2423

Typical Daily Schedule

8:45am – 9:00am Campers arrive at 104th Street and Riverside Drive

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

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

12:00pm – 12:45pm Half-day players check out and full-day players have lunch

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

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

3:30pm – Campers dismissed at 104th Street and Riverside Drive

Breakdown of Baseball Trainings Each Week

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.

Ages 8 – 14
9:00am – 3:30pm

Provider: Kids of Summer
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 917-572-2423

Typical Daily Schedule (Basketball)

8:45am – 9:00am Campers arrive at 104th Street and Riverside Drive

9:00am – 10:00pm Campers break into divisions and go through a daily stretching, conditioning, footwork and ball handling program

10:00am – 12:00pm Morning drill activities

12:00pm – 12:45pm Lunch

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

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

3:30pm Campers dismissed at 104th Street and Riverside Drive

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 of our drills, allowing maximum repetition. The basketball camp is primarily located on our outdoor courts on 110th Street in Riverside Park but the camp also has access to a nearby gymnasium for rain or hot days.

Ages 8 – 12
9:00am – 3:30pm

Provider: Kids of Summer
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 917-572-2423

Typical Daily Schedule

Flag Football is one of the fastest growing sports in the country and definitely one of the most fun! Kids of Summer brings their same caring and experienced coaching with targeted drills and daily game play to our Flag Football program.

Campers will go through a series of drills in the morning each day, focusing on different positions, techniques, and tips to make them a better player. In addition to receiving, throwing, defense, conditioning, play design, and strategy, campers will also go through detailed positional training.

Campers are divided into teams on Monday of each week and compete in our daily afternoon Super Bowl playoff series using the skills they learned in the morning, with a champion crowned by Friday.

Our coaches bring former high-level expertise both playing and coaching at the High School and College level, and have years of experience teaching children the game.

With two age divisions (8-10 and 10-12) most weeks, campers will be dividing into two groups by experience and play daily games on our Riverside Park turf fields.

Our Flag Football camp is non-stop action, excitement and energy, perfect for the camper looking to improve their game and play at the next level!

Introducing Rookie Sports for boys and girls ages 5-6 years old! Each week campers will take part in an exciting, fun, and engaging multi-sport curriculum in a supportive environment led by experienced and knowledgeable coaches. Featuring relay races, obstacle courses, T-ball, kickball, capture the flag, dodgeball, color war, and many more exciting and captivating games, campers will have non-stop fun! The program is designed with a focus on teamwork, sportsmanship, hustle and friendly competition while introducing young athletes to different activities and fostering their love for sports for years to come!

Sample Schedule:

9am: Morning arrival & Camper Welcome

9:10-9:30am: Camper warm-up routine

9:30-9:45am: Radical Relays

9:45-10:30am: SPORTS ROTATION #1 (Tee-Ball, Capture the flag, Dodgeball, Kickball and more!)

10:30 – 10:45am – Snack

10:45 – 11:30 am: SPORTS ROTATION #2 (Tee-Ball, Capture the flag, Dodgeball, Kickball and more!)

11:30 am -11:55am: Obstacle Course Fun / Teamwork Games

Noon: Dismissal/Transfer to afternoon multi-sport

Ages 4 – 14
9:00am – 3:30pm
(half-day 9:00am – 12:00pm, $375/week)
Late pick-up is available: call 917-309-8353 for information, fees, and signup.

Provider: Carlos Oliviera Soccer Academy
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 917-532-3512

Typical Daily Schedule

8:45am – 9:00am Participant check in

9:00am Campers divided by age-appropriate groups to work with their designated coaches for the rest of the day

9:10am – 11:00am Technical session

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

11:00am – 11:20am Snack Break

11:30am – 12:20pm Penalty kicks and scrimmage play

12:30pm – 1:10pm Half-day players check out and full-day players have lunch

1:15 pm – 1:45pm Shoot out competition and Fun Games involving soccer skills

1:50pm – 3:00pm World Cup games

3:00pm – 3:15pm Cool-down time, full day players check out

Ages 4-16
9:00am – 3:30pm
(half-day tennis from 9:00am – 12:00pm or 12:30 – 3:30pm, $375/week)

Provider: Riverside Clay Tennis Association
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 212-870-3078

Typical Daily Schedule

9:30am – 10:30am Check in campers gather for warm up stretching on the 102nd Street courts

10:00am – 11:00am Participants are broken up by ages groups typically are ages 4-6, 7-9, 10+ and participate in warm up tennis drills on the various quick start courts. The oldest group of campers (12-14) goes to the clay courts for drills and practice.

11:00am The program splits based on age. The participants ages 10-12 go to the clay courts, and the younger participants stay on the quick start courts; ages 4 to 7 practice with red ball on 36-ft courts; ages 8 to 10 practice on 60 foot courts with orange balls

11:00am – 12:00pm All age groups participate in tennis games, mixed with movement and balance exercises, and technique improvement.

12:00pm – 1:00pm Lunch under the trees

1:00pm – 3:00pm Ages 8 to 10 go to clay courts for games. Competitive tennis games for the players at the clay courts; younger players mix in free play at the sand rings and Dinosaur Playground for the first half and the second half of the time slot is used for red-ball tennis games.

3:00pm – 3:30pm Cool down, snack time dismissal

*For warm up, tennis drill participants are grouped based on age and skill level

*Half-Day Camp for children ages 4 to 7 is 9:00am to 12:00pm (half-day campers are welcome to stay for lunch!) Drop off and pickup at 102nd Street Courts

*Half Day Camp for Children ages 10+ is 12:00pm-3:00pm. Drop off and pick-up is at the 96th Street Red Clay Courts.

Ages 6-15
9 am – 3:30 pm

Provider: HOT Volleyball NYC
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 646-418-4926

*Beach Volleyball and Regular Volleyball Available*

Typical Daily Schedule

8:45am -9:00am Campers arrive at 105th Street and Riverside Drive

9:00am – 9:45am Campers break into groups by ages and go through a daily stretching, conditioning, and skill warmups

9:45am – 12:00pm Morning drills involving all basic skills

12:00pm – 12:45pm Lunch

12:45pm – 2:45pm Afternoon Skills Review and Team Concepts and play

2:45pm – 3:15pm Camp wrap up and snack.

3:30pm Athletes are dismissed at 105th Street and Riverside Drive.

Daily Breakdown of Camp:

Monday – Evaluations and Begin Training – Athletes go through a series of drills so coaches can get a sense of experience and skill sets in order to help each individual athlete. Athletes are placed into small groups according to age and skill level. Play before lunch and at the end of the day.

Tuesday – Skills Development – Athletes are divided into small groups by skill and age in order to focus on learning a skill never done before or fine tuning the skill they already know whether it is passing, setting, hitting, serving and setting. Play before lunch and at the end of the day.

Wednesday – Put Skills and Team into Motion – Athletes (All Ages and Levels) work on a progression of the different skills and begin to put it into motion in a team setting. Play before lunch and at the end of the day.

Thursday – Skills and League Development Play – Athletes (All Ages and Levels) work transitions & team concepts and put it into motion with games and friendly competition in groups of 2, 3, 4 ,5 or 6.

Friday – Intramurals Tournament & Team Play – Great warmup and review for all skills and everything learned during the week. Then Intramurals take place. Play games in the morning and afternoon where they can put all the skills and team concepts into action to show the growth and hard work that each athlete has put in this week. Athletes are awarded for their hard work at the end of the tournament. Parents are welcome to observe the games.

One sport in the morning, other in the afternoon

      • Baseball & Tennis (ages 6+)
      • Basketball & Baseball (ages 7+)
      • Basketball & Volleyball (ages 8+)
      • Flag Football & Baseball (ages 8+)
      • Flag Football & Basketball (ages 8+)
      • Rookie & Soccer (ages 4 & 5)
      • Soccer & Baseball (ages 6+)
      • Soccer & Basketball (ages 8+)
      • Soccer & Tennis (ages 4+)
      • Soccer & Volleyball (ages 8+)
      • Volleyball & Tennis (ages 8+)

Fort Washington Sports

Provider: 
Email:[email protected]
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

Provider: Kids of Summer
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 917-572-2423

Typical Daily Schedule (Flag Football)

Flag football is one of the fastest growing sports in the country and definitely one of the most fun! For 2019, Kids of Summer brings their same approach of targeted drills, caring and experienced coaching and fun daily game play to our flag football program!

Campers will go through a series of drills in the morning each day focusing on different positions, techniques, and tips to make them a better player. Not only will receiving, throwing, defense, conditioning play design and strategy be covered, but campers will also go through detailed positional training as well. Campers are divided into teams on Monday of each week and compete in our daily afternoon Super Bowl playoff series with a champion crowned by Friday taking the skills they learned in the morning into the afternoon session…

Our coaches bring former high level real football experience both playing and coaching at the High School and College level and have years of experience teaching children the game. With two age divisions (8-10 and 10-12 years old) most weeks, campers will be dividing into two groups by experience and play daily games on our Riverside Park turf fields.

Our flag football camp is non-stop action, excitement and energy, perfect for the camper looking to improve their game and lay at the next level!

 

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.

Provider: Riverside Clay Tennis Associationfroi at courts
Email: [email protected]
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

Provider: HOT Volleyball NYC
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 646-418-4926

Also available — half-day volleyball from 9am – 12:00pm (Ages 6-11) or 12pm-3pm (Ages 12-15) for $375/wk; Late pick-up is available -call 646-418-4926 for information, fees, and sign-up.

Typical Daily Schedule (Volleyball)

8:45-9:00am – Campers arrive at 162nd Volleyball courts in Fort Washington

9:00-9:45am – Campers break into groups by ages and go through a daily stretching, conditioning, and skill warmups

9:45am– 12:00pm – Morning drills involving all basic skills

12:00–12:45pm – Lunch

12:45 –2:45pm – Afternoon Skills Review and Team Concepts and play

2:45– 3:15pm – Camp wrap up and snack.

3:30pm – Athletes are dismissed at 105th Street and Riverside Drive.

Daily Breakdown of Camp:

Monday – Evaluations and Begin Training – Athletes go through a series of drills so coaches can get a sense of experience and skill sets in order to help each individual athlete.  Athletes are placed into small groups according to age and skill level.  Play before lunch and at the end of the day.

Tuesday – Skills Development – Athletes are divided into small groups by skill and age in order to focus on learning a skill never done before or fine tuning the skill they already know whether it is passing, setting, hitting, serving and setting.  Play before lunch and at the end of the day.

Wednesday – Put Skills and Team into Motion – Athletes (All Ages and Levels) work on a progression of the different skills and begin to put it into motion in a team setting. Play before lunch and at the end of the day.

Thursday – Skills and League Development Play – Athletes (All Ages and Levels) work transitions & team concepts and put it into motion with games and friendly competition in groups of 2, 3, 4 ,5 or 6.

Friday – Intramurals Tournament & Team Play – Great warmup and review for all skills and everything learned during the week.  Then Intramurals take place.  Play games in the morning and afternoon where they can put all the skills and team concepts into action to show the growth and hard work that each athlete has put in this week. Athletes are awarded for their hard work at the end of the tournament.  Parents are welcome to observe the games.

Provider: FunFitNYC
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 646-580-3758

Programs Offered: Full and half day Tumbling and Full and Half day Gymnastics only for Fort Washington

Daily Breakdown

8:15-9:00 AM Early drop off – Individual skill building and coaching

9:00-9:15 AM Check in / Welcome Circle

9:15-9:45 AM Warm Up: Morning Stretches and/or Yoga

9:45-10:30 AM Elective Rotation 1: Floor, Tumbling, Balance Beam, Vault/Pommel Horse/Parallel Bars

10:30-11:00 AM Snack

11:00-11:45 AM Elective Rotation 2: Floor, Tumbling, Balance Beam, Vault/Pommel Horse/Parallel Bars

11:45-12:30 PM Rec Gymnastics / Open Gym Time

12:30-12:45 PM Lunch (Dismissal for Half Day)

12:45-1:15 PM Activity 3: Group Games/Gymnastics Team Work/Dance or Ninja

1:15-1:30 PM Cool Off/Break (Open Gym Time)

1:15-2:30 PM Elective Rotation 3: Floor, Tumbling, Balance Beam, Vault/Pommel Horse/Parallel Bars

2:30-3:15 PM Elective Rotation 4: Floor, Tumbling, Balance Beam, Vault/Pommel Horse/Parallel Bars

3:15-3:30 PM Cool Down/Dismissal

3:30-4:15 PM Late Pick Up: Open Gym

4:15-4:30 PM Snack

4:30-4:5:20 PM Individual skill building/milestones and extra coaching

5:20-5:30 PM Cool Down/Dismissal

 

Weekly Breakdown
Monday

Assessment and Begin Training – Gymnasts will get evaluated by coaches to see what groups they belong to. Groups follow the rotation scheme according to the daily schedule and get a sense of the different gymnastics disciplines & events

Tuesday

Skill Development – Gymnasts in their groups work on new skills sets and cues they have never done before. Technical training with aides and specialized equipment.

Wednesday

Milestones and Prepare for Showcase – Gymnasts are asked to challenge themselves and reach a milestone in each of the daily rotations. This is based on an individual skill level. At the same time coaches get gymnasts ready for showcase / competition atmosphere and teach gymnasts about how the sport is judged.

Thursday

Skills into Action – Practicing and continuously developing gymnastic skills coaches constructively advise gymnasts’ ways they can improve. In each rotation coaches allocate time for practice routines they will showcase on Friday.

Friday

Intramural Showcase and Awards – Morning rotations and practice routines for showcase. In the afternoon, gymnasts compete against themselves and judged by coaches. This showcases the weeklong skill development of each gymnast. The showcase is followed by an award ceremony – parents are welcomed to observe.