click to enlarge Skyhawks hosts more than 600 summer sports sessions in the Inland Northwest.
Skyhawks hosts more than 600 summer sports sessions in the Inland Northwest.

UPDATE: Some 2020 summer camps have been canceled since this guide was published. Please check with each camp organization for more information.

Challenger Sports International Soccer
A soccer camp to accelerate the learning process of young players. Camp curriculum reflects the sport's global nature today, providing young players with a variety of coaching styles, practices and influences to help them develop a well-rounded skill set. Ages 3-14. Sessions offered June 22-26 and Aug. 3-7; full, half and one-hour sessions offered. At Rocky Hill Park, Liberty Lake. $96-$214.

Dragon Soccer Camp
Saint George's state champion soccer coaches emphasize game-style play and help develop the whole soccer player in foot skills, passing, shooting, defending and everything else that goes into becoming a well-rounded player. Coed, grades 6-12. July 13-17 from 9 am-noon. At St. George's School. $100. 509-464-8814

Gonzaga "Pups" Camp
Campers learn the basics of footwork, dribbling, passing and shooting and incorporate these skills in training settings and game scrimmages. Girls, ages 5-12. Offered June 22-25 and July 13-16 from 9-10:30 am (ages 5-6) or 9 am-noon (ages 7-12). At Gonzaga's Mulligan Field. $75-$170. 313-4042

Gonzaga College Bound Academy
A camp designed for the serious collegiate hopeful who plays at a high level of competitive soccer and is actively pursuing the opportunity to play soccer at the collegiate level. Girls, ages 13-17. July 16-18. Resident/commuter options. $200-$375. 313-4042

Gonzaga High School Team Camp
High school teams are invited to spend four days team building and training with the Gonzaga women's team coaching staff. Girls, grades 7-12. July 6-7. Minimum of 13 players per team; open to freshman, JV and varsity teams. Resident/commuter options. $495/team. 313-4042

Skyhawks Soccer
A progressional coaching curriculum teaching technical skills and knowledge for all levels of playing experience. Camps are held at local parks and schools throughout the Spokane/Coeur d'Alene area. Boys and girls ages 3-12. Offered June-August; see site for complete list of dates and locations. $74-$179/session.

Soccer Camp & Other Fun Stuff
Learn fundamental soccer skills and participate in related games. Activities include tie-dyeing camp T-shirts, arts and crafts, watching movies and eating snacks. Kids play their favorite soccer game and eat ice cream on Friday "Funday." Grades K-6. Aug. 10-14 from 9 am-noon. At St. George's School. $150. 509-464-8814

SuperTots Soccer
Kids learn early sports skills through the use of props, games and more to develop balance, listening skills, movement and basic sport skills. Some classes require parent participation. Ages 2-6. Sessions offered June 15-Aug. 13, meets once weekly. Held at parks and schools in the Spokane/Coeur d'Alene area; see website for complete list of times and locations. $50-$124/session.

SYSA Soccer Camps
A summer soccer camp hosted by the Spokane Youth Sports Association. Ages 5-13. Sessions offered June 22-25, July 13-16 and Aug. 10-13. At the SYSA Indoor Sports Center. $65-$75.

WSU Women's Soccer Camp
Players are taught by WSU soccer players and coaches, learning and honing game fundamentals. Ages 5-14. July 6-10 and July 20-24; half- and full-day options. At WSU Pullman. $150-$250.

WSU Women's Soccer Elite Camps
A camp with WSU players and coaching staff for players to develop tactical ideas and technical skills essential for success at the next level. Coed, grades 4-12. July 13-15. Commuter/resident options; open to teams and individuals. $205-$450.

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