Other Sports Camps

Summer Camps Guide 2019

click to enlarge Peak 7's Bower Adventure Course is an intensive overnight mountaineering expedition for teens.
Peak 7's Bower Adventure Course is an intensive overnight mountaineering expedition for teens.

Aikido Kids
This beginners' program teaches etiquette, footwork, falls and basic movement. Ages 6-13. Sessions offered June 4-27, July 2-25 and Aug. 6-29; meets Tue/Thu from 5-6 pm. At Aiki Spokane Roshinkan Aikido Dojo. $65/session. spokanerec.org

G-Prep Cross Country Camp
A camp designed to meet the needs of all levels of runners interested in cross country. This faith-based camp consists of four runs, team-building activities and the designing of a summer running schedule. Girls, grades 9-12. June 11-12 and July 29-31. $125. gprep.com

Summer Fun & Fitness Camp
A fitness camp with games and coaching. Ages 6-15. Offered in June. At the U-District PT Soccer Center, Spokane. Call or email for more details or to register. Free. udistrictpt.com 458-7686

Youth Adventure Camp
A five-day camp exploring the great outdoors of North Idaho including rock climbing, kayaking, stand-up paddleboarding, sailing, hiking, whitewater rafting and more. Includes rental fees and transportation. Ages 12-16. Sessions offered June 17-21, July 8-12 and July 15-19. Meets Mon-Fri from 8 am-4 pm. At North Idaho College. $285/session. bit.ly/NICcamps2019

Dolphin Aquatic Exploration Camp
Young swimmers work to refine their stroke and gain experience and knowledge in personal water safety, lifeguard readiness, diving fundamentals and more. Ages 10-15. Sessions offered June 17-Aug. 8, meets from 9-11:15 am. At Comstock and Shadle Aquatic Centers. $60/session. spokanerec.org

Swim Lessons
Small class sizes are offered to help young swimmers get plenty of one-on-one time with instructors in an outdoor pool. Levels 1A-7 available. Membership not required; summer memberships, however, are available to participate in daily open swim time. June 17-Aug. 15, two-week sessions meet Mon-Thu for 30-35 min. classes between 8 am-noon. $60 ($50 groups of 3 or more). chesterpoolmembership@gmail.com

Skyhawks Golf
Camps teach the fundamentals of golf including swinging, putting and body positioning, with all equipment provided. Camps are held at local parks and schools throughout the Spokane/Coeur d'Alene area. Boys and girls ages 5-11. Sessions June-August; see site for complete list of dates/locations. $69-$165/session. skyhawks.com

Skyhawks Lacrosse
Lacrosse combines basic skills used in soccer, basketball and hockey into one fast-paced game. Boys and girls learn the fundamentals of stick handling, cradling, passing and shooting in a fun, non-checking environment. Ages 6-12. Held at parks and schools in the Spokane/Coeur d'Alene area. Sessions offered June-August; see site for complete list of dates/locations. $69-$165/session. skyhawks.com

Skyhawks Multi-Sport + Mini-Hawk Camps
A multi-sport program to give kids an introduction to sports such as basketball, baseball, soccer, flag football, ultimate frisbee and more. Ages 4-12, with sessions for younger athletes (Mini-Hawks Camps). Camps are hosted at parks and schools in the Spokane/Coeur d'Alene area. Sessions June-August; see site for complete list of dates/locations. $49-$179. skyhawks.com

Skyhawks STEM Sports Camp
Programs combine strategic STEM-based activities with traditional Skyhawks instruction and a focus on life skills such as teamwork and sportsmanship. Skyhawks has four STEM options: basketball, football, soccer, volleyball. Ages 6-12. Camps are hosted at parks and schools in the Spokane/Coeur d'Alene area. Sessions offered June-August; see site for complete list of dates and locations. $149-$179. skyhawks.com

Skyhawks Tennis
Camps teach proper grip, footwork, strokes, volleys, serves and game rules and etiquette. Held at parks and schools in the Spokane/CdA area. Coed, ages 6-12. Sessions offered July-August; see site for complete list of dates/locations. $79-$165. skyhawks.com

Skyhawks Track & Field/Cross Country
Kids can train for the upcoming cross-country season in the fall, or be introduced to the variety of events in track and field. Coed, ages 5-12. At parks in the Spokane area. Sessions June-August; see site for complete list of dates/locations. $69-$165. skyhawks.com

Ultimate Sports Camp
Kids play traditional sports and also learn skills in skateboarding, BMX biking and more. Ages 6-12. Weekly sessions offered June 17-Aug. 23, meets Mon-Fri from 7:30 am-4:30 pm. At Dwight Merkel Sports Complex. $149/session. spokanerec.org

SuperTots Multi-Sport
Depending on the session, young athletes learn fundamental skills and rules in soccer, basketball, baseball, football, and flag football through games and drills. Ages 2-6. Sessions offered June 18-Aug. 17, meeting once weekly. Sessions are held at parks and schools in the Spokane/CdA area; see site for complete list of dates/locations. $37-$120. supertotsports.com

Peak 7 Junior Guide Program
Experience adventure and ministry in the outdoors during a 7-day trip that includes rock climbing, whitewater rafting, rappelling and more. Emphasis on overcoming fears, being intentional about your relationship with God and challenging yourself. Ages 16-17. June 23-29. $375 (scholarships available). peak7.org

WSU Swimming Start & Turn Camp
A summer swimming camp focused on improving swimmers' techniques starting and turning in the lane. Coed, ages 8-18. Sessions offered June 21-23 and July 12-14. Resident/commuter options. $200-$275. totalcamps.com/WSUSWIMMING

Peak7 Bower Adventure Course
Youth have the opportunity to be certified in wilderness medicine, learn back country living skills, mountaineering skills, experience a 24-hour solo time, learn basics of rock climbing, raft through whitewater rapids and apply skills on a 50-day student-led expedition. Guides use these experiences in the outdoors to mentor youth and encourage them to reach their full leadership potential. Ages 15-19. June 21-Aug. 9. $3,800 (scholarships available). peak7.org/BAC

Nike Junior Golf Camp
Campers of all abilities enjoy daily instruction and course play under the direction of university coaches Lisa Johnson and Kelli Kamimura, including a mix of golf and off-the-course activities. Ages 10-18. June 23-26. Hosted by WSU and University of Idaho. Resident/commuter options. $495-$895. ussportscamps.com

WSU Swimming Stroke Camp
A summer swimming camp focusing on stroke techniques. Coed, ages 8-18. June 23-28, July 7-12 and July 14-19. At WSU Pullman. Resident/commuter options. $400-$550. totalcamps.com/WSUSWIMMING

Youth Climbing Camp
A three-day camp covering the basics: safety, equipment use, trust, communication and fun. Climb the new indoor climbing wall at NIC's Student Wellness and Recreation Center as well as natural areas of Post Falls' Q'emilin Park. Ages 12-16. June 24-26 from 1-5 pm. At North Idaho College. $135. bit.ly/NICcamps2019

Badminton Camp
A camp introducing competitive game fundamentals to new players, and to sharpen skills of intermediate players. Ages 8-16. June 24-27 from 9 am-3 pm. Location TBA. $110. spokanerec.org

Youth Sailing Camp NIC
Outdoor Pursuits sailing team gets youth off to a fun, safe start in sailing, with a variety of boats used. Campers learn proper use of equipment, safety and terminology. Ages 12-16. June 24-28 from 8 am-noon. At North Idaho College. $225 bit.ly/NICcamps2019 208-769-3214

G-Prep Wrestling Camp
This camp is held at the Kalispel Powwow grounds near Cusick, Washington, and is run by the G-Prep, Rogers, and Mt. Spokane coaching staff, along with guest clinicians. Participants camp out; all meals are provided. Grades 8-12. June 24-28 and July 8-10. $50-$250. gprep.com

YogaJoy Yoga Camps
Each session offers a combination of movement, breath and relaxation exercises presented in a playful and supportive atmosphere, with age-appropriate activities and crafts, a story and a snack. Children must be potty trained; pre-registration is required. Ages 3-8. Sessions offered June 24-28 (ages 3-5), July 8-12 (ages 6-8) and July 22-26 (ages 9-11) meeting from 9-11 am. $30/day or $100/week. yogajoynorth.com

Wild Walls Indoor Climbing Camp
Kids can learn and experience the sport of rock climbing through bouldering, top roping, knot tying, belaying, slacklining, rappelling, ascending, crate stacking and more. Ages 9-14. Sessions offered June 24-28, July 15-19, July 22-26 and July 29-Aug. 2, meets from 9 am-2 pm. $$250-$300/session. wildwalls.com 455-9596

Relational Riding Academy Horse Camp
A horsemanship program offering half-day riding camps, open to beginners and experienced riders. Ages 8-13. Sessions June 24-28, July 15-19, July 29-Aug. 2 and Aug. 19-23; meets Mon-Fri 9 am-noon. At Relational Riding Academy, Cheney. $250. relationalridingacademy.com

NIC Wrestling Camps
The largest summer wrestling camp in the Northwest, offering instruction in collegiate-style wrestling with emphasis on takedowns. Coaches include former Olympians and collegiate coaches. June 26-30 (high school only) and July 8-11 (K-8 and girls camp; Ironman Camp). $320-$395. nicwrestling.com

Ironwood Throwers Camp
The 30th annual camp for track and field throwing athletes offers instruction from notable and former Olympians and world record holders. July 8-13. Resident/commuter options. At North Idaho College. $470-$700. ironwoodcamp.com

Hockey Ministries Camp
Campers receive instruction on the ice from top coaches and players in the sport, along with other activities including character-building exercises in a faith-based setting. Boys ages 9-17. July 14-19. At EWU Cheney. $615-$635. hockeyministries.org

Gonzaga Tennis Camp
Camp offers daily examination of the fundamental strokes of tennis, pinpointing areas that can help players develop their game to the fullest. Includes breakdowns of doubles and singles strategy and competitive match play. Ages 8-18. July 14-19 and July 21-26 (high school camp; ages 13-18.) $425-$875. gonzagatenniscamps.com

NBC Girls Lacrosse
Learn the foundations of a strong lacrosse player in this new-in-2019 camp. Players will refine stickwork, ground balls, situational breakdowns, fast breaks, get an intro to college play, increase game speed and game knowledge with college coaches from across the U.S. Ages 10-18. July 15-18. At Whitworth University. Overnight/commuter options. $445-$495. nbccamps.com

SYSA Flag Football
Learn the fundamentals of flag football through drills teaching technique and form. Camp culminates with a game. Grades 1-6. July 15-18 from 10:30 am-noon. At the SYSA Indoor Center. $65. sysa.com/football

Lifetime Sports Camp
Learn and practice a variety of fun lifetime sports: badminton, pickleball, archery, indoor bowling and disc golf — all sports you can play by yourself, with friends or family for a lifetime. Grades 6-12. July 15-19 from 1-4 pm. At St. George's School. $100. sgs.org/summer 464-8814

Whitworth All Day Sports Camp
A sports camp with Whitworth's men's soccer team. Coed, ages 7-11. July 15-19 from 9 am-4 pm. $495. whitworthpirates.com

Youth Rec-It Camp
Campers participate in many activities including sports, games, climbing and fitness classes. Ages 10-13. July 22-25 from 9 am-3 pm. At the NIC Student Wellness & Rec Center. $175. bit.ly/NICcamps2019

Dual Sport Fusion Camp
Players develop and train technical and mental aspects of all positions in volleyball and basketball. Ages 12-18. July 22-26. At EWU Reese Court. $125-$250. totalcamps.com/EWUVOLLEYBALL

Pole Vault Club
The USA Track & Field Club, coached by Brendon Algeier, aims to help athletes of all ages to improve their technique, and reach their goals. Grades 5-12. Dates/times TBA. At Gonzaga Prep. $130. gprep.com

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