Summer Camps 2015: Sports & Dance


Academy of Dance: Workshop 3| Students learn classical ballet technique, pointe, variations, contemporary technique, improvisation and more. Min. 4 years of ballet/1 year of pointe required. Ages 13+. July 6-31, from 10:45 am-3:45 pm. $170-$599.

Beginning Pointe Workshop| An intro to pointe ballet. June 22-26, from 2-4 pm. $110. 714-3650

Julie's Competitive Edge Summer Academy| Weekly, themed summer classes offer instruction in hip hop, jazz, acro, ballet, tap, lyrical, musical theatre and more. Ages 3+. Sessions offered June 16-18, June 23-25 and July 6-8 (Boys Sports/dance class). $75/session. 483-4145

Academy of Dance: Workshop 1| Classical ballet techniques, conditioning, jazz, lectures on dance topics and rehearsal for and end-of-week performance. Min. 1 year of ballet training required. Ages 8-11. July 6-10. $175-$239. 922-3023

Children's Ballet Workshop| Teaching ballet with character, jazz, conditioning, ballet history and mini-performance. June 29-July 2 (ages 7-8); July 6-9 (ages 8-9) and July 13-16 (ages 9-11). $90/session.

Beginning Ballet| A Peter Pan-themed workshop for beginning dancers. Ages 4-6. July 6, 9, 13 and 16, from 3:30-4:15 pm. $50.

UCA Cheer Camp| Three-day, elite high school cheerleading camp with options for resident or day enrollment. July 13-16. $210-$340. 253-241-3822

Academy of Dance: Workshop 2| Classical ballet techniques, pre-pointe/pointe, conditioning, modern dance and more, including a studio performance at the end of the camp. Min. 2 years of ballet training required. Ages 10-12. July 13-24. $175-$495. 922-3023

Spokane Dance Center Teen Camp| Sessions in jazz, ballet, tap, tumbling and contemporary dance. Ages 11+. Weekly sessions offered June 15-July 30. $90/week or $225/3 weeks. 448-2464

Fantasy Dance Camp| Imaginative dance camp with each day based on storybook themes and characters. Ages 3-10. July 9, 15, 21 and Aug. 3, from 10 am-noon. $35/day or $120/all sessions. 927-0972

Jazz Intensive Camps| Intensive jazz camps taught by Dave Massey and Amy Martinez, focusing on technique, lyrical, musical theater and more. Sessions offered for all ages. Aug. 3-6. 100-$250/week or $75/day. 448-2464

Summer Dance Workshop| Students sample various styles of dance including ballet, tap, jazz, hip-hop and cheer. Ages 2+. Aug. July 7-16; Tue/Thu, 1-hour classes divided by age. Second session Aug. 4, 6 and 7. $40-$50. 599-4048

Mountain View Cheer Camp| A five-day camp focusing on cheers, stunts, tumbling and dance, with a family showcase on Friday. Aug. 3-7; ages 3-6 from 9 am-noon, ages 7+ from 9 am-5 pm. $115-$210.

Cheer Camp| Campers learn tumbling, stunts, dances and cheers. Ages 3-14, open to all skill levels. Offered July 13-17 and Aug. 4-8, from 8:15 am-12:15 pm or 12:30-4:30 pm. $129-$139. 533-9646

Just for Kix Dance Camp| Dance camp offering instruction in pom, kick, jazz, hip hop, lyrical and sessions on conditioning, injury prevention, nutrition and more. Grades 6-12. Aug. 6-8. At EWU Cheney. $300.

Skyhawks Cheerleading| Girls learn essential skills to lead crowds, including proper hand and body movements, jumping and choreographed performance skills. Ages 5-12. Held at parks and schools in the Spokane/Coeur d'Alene area. June-August. $69-$119. 800-804-3509

Spokane Dance Center Kids Camp| Themed dance classes in multiple dance styles are offered. Ages 3-12. Weekly sessions offered June 15-Aug. 20. $90/week or $225/3 weeks. 448-2464

Summer Dance Classes| Instruction in jazz, contemporary, ballet, musical theater, tap, hip-hop and street. Ages 8+; open to all skill levels. July 13-23 and Aug. 10-20, Mon-Thu. $15/class or $150/unlimited.

Summer Dance Intensive| Instruction in classical ballet, hip-hop, jazz, tap, musical theater, contemporary, stretch, tone and lyrical. Ages 11+. Sessions offered Aug. 10-13 and Aug. 17-20. $175/week; $50/day. 448-2464

Drop-In Dance Classes| Drop-in hip-hop classes, open to all levels and ages. Offered Aug. 11, 13, 18 and 20, from 8-9 pm. $15/class.

Spokane Ballet Summer Drop-In| Drop-in sessions offered for intermediate to advanced dancers. June 22-25, June 29-July 2, July 6-16, Aug. 3-6. $15/class.

Intermediate/Advanced Ballet| Focusing on ballet with pointe, variations, modern, pilates, conditioning and contemporary. Aug. 10-21, Mon-Fri. Intermediate 2-4 pm; advanced 4-6 pm. $150-$270.

Ballet Intro| Children work on strength, body awareness, grace and poise along with basic ballet techniques. Ages 7+. Sessions offered June 3-24, July 8-29 and Aug. 5-26. At all three YMCA locations and CenterPlace Event Center. $33-$45/session.

Pre-Ballet| A weekly class to introduce young children to basic ballet techniques through games and songs. Ages 3-6. Sessions offered June 8-29, July 13-Aug. 3 and Aug. 10-31. At all three YMCA locations and CenterPlace Event Center. $33-$45/session.


NIC Girls Basketball Camps| Players are coached by NIC women's basketball players and coaches in sessions focused on fundamentals, guard/post positions and shooting. Grades 3-12. June 8-11. $75-$125.

St. George's Lower School Basketball| Camp teaching game fundamentals in shooting, passing, ball handling, defense and more. Boys and girls entering grades K-5. June 15-18, 9-11 am. $80. 466-1636

WSU Men's Basketball Camp| Daily games and skill development with instruction by WSU coaching staff and players, led by head coach Ernie Kent. Coed, grades 2-8. June 15-18, 9 am-4 pm. Elite overnight camp also offered June 22-23. $130-$150.

St. George's Boys Basketball| Learn basketball fundamentals from St. George's coaches. Grades 6-12. June 15-19, 11:30 am-2:30 pm. $100.

St. George's Girls Basketball| Camp focusing on developing foundation basketball skills and team play. Grades 6-12. June 15-19, 11:30 am-2:30 pm. $100. 466-1636

EWU Women's Basketball Camp| An intro to basketball skills and drills are taught to players by EWU women's basketball players and coaching staff. June 17-19; 1-5 pm (grades 6-8) and 5:30-9:30 pm (grades 9-12). Coed. $75.

Whitworth Men's Team Camp| High school teams have the opportunity to compete and be coached by Whitworth's coaching staff. June 19-21, commuter and overnight options. $165-$400/player.

East Central Hoopfest Prep Camp| A camp to focus on 3-on-3 skills to get players ready for the big Hoopfest weekend, focusing on competitive team strategy. Grades 6-12. June 20-21, from 12-3 pm. At East Central Community Center. $80/team. 808-2122

EWU Women's Team Camp| EWU coaches and staff help develop team play and individual skills, with at least five guaranteed games. June 22-24. Commuter and overnight options. $200-$500.

Junior Vandal Camp| Young players participate in drills teaching fundamentals in dribbling, passing, shooting and defense. Girls grades 2-6. June 22-24, 9 am-noon. $100.

Vandal Basketball Camp| Middle and high school players practice and develop offense and defense using the fundamentals of the Idaho Women's team. Grades 7-12. June 22-24, 1-4 pm. $100.

Mead Boys Basketball Camp| Open to grades 3-12. Sessions offered June 8-11 (grades 9-12), June 15-25, Mon-Thu (grades 3-8). At Mead High School gym. $50-$75. 465-7002

Mead Girls Basketball Camp| Open to grades 3-12. Sessions offered June 15-18 (grades 7-12) and June 15-25, Mon-Thu (grades 3-6). $50-$75. 465-7002

WSU Women's Elite Camp| Camp for high-level players, focusing on advanced skill instruction, position breakdown and daily games, led by WSU coaches and players. Grades 9-12. June 23-25. $130-$160.

Gonzaga Women's Team Camp| Team training camps for high school girls teams. Offered June 15-18, June 19-22 and July 5-8, commuter and resident options. $295-$700.

Gonzaga Women's Individual Camp| Players are instructed by Zags coaches and players, with individual, team, and position-specific options. Ages 5-18. June 19-21 (position specific) and July 5-8. Half-, full-day and overnight options. $125-$345. 313-4219

Offensive Arsenal Clinic| A camp focusing on shooting and building offensive game skills. Coed, grades 5-12. July 7 and 9, 10 am-noon. $20.

Ball Handling Clinic| A camp focusing on ball handling, dribbling and passing. Coed, grades 5-12. July 14 and 16, 10 am-noon. $20. 466-1636

Gonzaga Boys Team Camp| The Gonzaga men's coaching staff and players provide instruction to high school boys teams looking to refine their skill and team play. Min. 8 players. June 23-26, June 28-July 1 and July 16-19. $310/player.

NBC Basketball Camps (HUB)| The Complete Skills Jr. camp offers instruction for boys and girls ages 8-12. Sessions offered June 22-24, June 29-July 1, July 6-8, July 20-22 and Aug. 17-19. At the HUB Sports Center. $160. 800-406-3926

EWU Individual Camp| Players hone skill development, play in competitions and contests under coaching of EWU staff and players. Ages 7-12. July 20-23; full- or half-day sessions available. $75-$125.

Position Work Clinic| A two-day clinic focusing on position specific drills for point guards, posts and swings. Coed, grades 5-12. July 21 and 23, 10 am-noon. $20. 466-1636

Basketball Skills Camp| Athletes will hone individual skills through team play and drills on dribbling, shooting, defense, rebounding and passing. Ages 8-12. July 6-10 and July 20-24, from 9 am-noon. $100/week.

nBC Basketball Camp (NIC)| The Complete Player camp is offered for boys and girls, ages 9-18. July 20-24. At North Idaho College. $550.

EWU Advanced Skills Camp| Players are coached by EWU staff and players, with competitions and contests. Ages 13-16. July 24-26, from 9 am-3 pm. $100.

Gonzaga Advanced Skills Camp| Players receive instruction in footwork, shooting, ball handling, passing, rebounding and offensive/defensive team concepts. Boys entering grades 3-13. July 23-26, commuter and overnight options. $305-$400

Gonzaga Fundamental Skills Camp| Younger players learn basic skills and game fundamentals. Boys and girls entering grades 1-7. July 27-29; morning or full-day sessions offered. $125-$250.

Breakthrough Basketball Elite Camp| An elite skills development camp coached by Drew Molitoris, focusing on ball-handling, shooting, finishing, defense and more. Middle school boys and girls grades. July 28-30, 9 am-3 pm. At the HUB Sports Center. $235.

Complete Player Clinic| St. George's final basketball session puts together all the skills taught in previous camps, but players don't need to attend those to enroll in this clinic. Coed, grades 5-12. July 28 and 30, 10 am-noon. $20. 466-1636

Breakthrough Basketball Skills Camp| A skills development camp coached by NBA coach Don Kelbick, focusing on footwork, mentality, ball-handling, shooting and more. Open to coed high school players and mature 7-8 graders. July 31-Aug. 2. At the HUB Sports Center. $239.

EWU Men's Shooting Academy| Instruction focusing on shooting technique with competitions and video analysis. Grades 4-12. Aug. 2, from 9 am-3 pm. $50.

Ball Handling and Shooting Camp| Learn sportsmanship, fundamental skills, teamwork and more in a shooting and ball handling-focused camp. Aug. 3-7, from 9 am-5 pm. At HUB Sports Center. $265.

NBC College Basketball Prep Camp| NBC Camps' most elite camp offers collegiate level training for boys and girls, ages 14-20. Application/interview required. At Whitworth University. $1265.

Whitworth Men's Elite Camp| Day one is a "competition camp" and offers play against and with elite players. Day two is a "shooting camp" and includes individual instruction in shooting techniques. Grades 9-12. Aug. 8, 1-6 pm and Aug. 9, 11 am-4 pm. $60-$175. 777-4415

NBC Basketball Camps (Warehouse)| The Rookie BB Day camp (ages 6-9) and Complete Skills Jr. Camp (8-12) are offered for boys and girls. July 13-15, July 20-23, Aug. 3-7 and Aug. 10-12. $90-$255.

Little Eaglets & Soaring Eagles Camps| Introduction to basketball with a focus on fundamental skills and drills. Little Eaglets (coed), grades K-5: July 27-31 (Cheney) and Aug. 10-12 (Oakesdale). Soaring Eagles, grades 6-8: July 27-31 (Cheney) and Aug. 10-12 (Oakesdale) $60-$90. 359-7382

Ball Handling and Shooting Camp 2| Learn sportsmanship, fundamental skills, teamwork and more in a shooting and ball handling-focused camp. Aug. 10-12, from 9 am-5 pm. At The Warehouse. $195.

NBC Basketball Camps (Whitworth)| Day camp options are available for many of NBC Camps' overnight camp programs, including Pure Shooting & Offensive Skills, Position Specific, Junior, and more. Boys and girls ages 8-19. Sessions offered from June 22-August 20. $225-$560.

Skyhawks Basketball| Basketball camps are taught at local schools throughout the Spokane and Coeur d'Alene area, offering a skill-intensive program for beginning to intermediate athletes, teaching passing, dribbling, shooting and rebounding. Coed, ages 6-12. Offered June-August. $69-$145/session.

HoopsterTots| Basketball basics for young children are taught through games and fun challenges. Ages 1 1/2-5 1/2. Ten-week sessions offered June 22-Aug. 26, meeting once a week. At Thornton Murphy and Audubon parks. $130/session.


Zags Baseball "Big Dogs" Camp| Advanced fundamental skills camp on hitting, fielding, throwing, pitching and more. Boys and girls ages 11-14. July 13-15, from 9 am-3 pm. $225. 313-4078

Infield-Only Camp| A camp focusing on the skills and techniques of infield positions. June 7, from 9 am-noon. At University HS. $65.

Elite Hitting Camp| Players work through a six-step hitting progression used by the pros, receive video analysis and more. June 29-July 1. At University High School. $100.

Zags Baseball "Pups" Camp| A camp for beginning players to teach basic fundamentals in hitting, fielding, throwing and more. Boys and girls ages 4-6. July 6-7, from 9-11 am. $50. 313-4078

Zags Baseball "Lil Zags" Camp| Intermediate level fundamental skills class on hitting, fielding, throwing, pitching and more. Boys and girls ages 7-10. July 6-8, from 9 am-3 pm. $225. 313-4078

East Central Softball Camp| A camp to help players develop individual, core skills through focused drills and team play. Ages 7-12. July 13-17. At Liberty Park. $100. 808-2122

Y Winners T-Ball| T-ball gears up younger players to move on to baseball. Ages 4-5. June 24-July 22. Locations vary. $67-$92.

Pitching Machine Baseball| Players work on dexterity, agility and teamwork, with game play included. Grades 3-12. Practice starts June 15, games on Tue/Thu, June 23-July 23. $67-$92 777-9622

The Hitting Zone | A baseball camp teaching all aspects of the game through progressive drills in infield/outfield play, hitting, pitching, catching and base running. Sessions offered July 6-9 and July 20-23. At University High School. $135/session.

Premier Mitts| Specialized infield and hitting camp. Ages 15 and under. July 6-9, July 13-16 and July 27-30. At Shadle Park HS. $109-$159.

Gonzaga Baseball High School Prospects| A camp for high school players (class of 2014-18) interested in playing at a college level receive Division I-level coaching. Limited to the first 90 participants. Aug. 4-6. $295. 313-4078

Nike Baseball | An intensive camp offering professional instruction from collegiate coaches and players. July 20-24 (ages 10-14) and Aug. 3-7 (ages 15-18), commuter, extended and overnight options. $345-$565.

Spokane Indians Youth Clinic| Attendees receive instruction from Spokane Indians players on the fundamentals of baseball. Tickets to the evening's games also included (parents can purchase tickets to sit with child). Offered June 22, July 8 and Aug. 11, from 3:30-5:30 pm. Ages 5-12. $5/session. 343-6886

Skyhawks Baseball| Baseball camps are offered at local parks throughout Spokane and CdA, offering progressional instruction and teaching in fielding, catching, throwing, hitting and baserunning. Coed, ages 4-12. Camps offered June-August. $69-$145.

BaseballTots| A program for young children to introduce baseball concepts and techniques in a non-competitive setting. Ages 2-6. June 23-Aug. 27, meets once a week, times and locations vary. $130/session.


Cougar Football Camp| Mini-camp offering non-contact instruction from WSU coaching staff and tours of the WSU Football facilities. Coed, grades 11-12. June 13. Kicking showcase camp also offered, same day, 9 am-1 pm. $50/session.

Whitworth 8-Man Football Camp| A contact football camp coached by Whitworth football coaching staff. Grades 9-12. June 15-17. $220. 777-4329

Vandal Team Camp| High school players work on game skills and techniques following the Vandals' team philosophy. Grades 9-12. June 15-18, commuter and resident options. $250-$325.

Vandal Youth Camp| A kids football camp led by University of Idaho coaching staff and players. Grades 2-6. June 19, 8:30 am-noon. $25-$35.

Vandal Skills Camp| Daily skill camps offer coaching in various aspects and positions. Grades 9-12. June 22-24, from 1-4 pm. Also offering a special kicking camp June 24 from 4:30-8:30 pm ($85) with NFL kicker Mike Hollis. $30/day.

Grid Kids Camp| Full-contact football skills camp teaching blocking, tackling, running and other skills. June 22-25.. Coed grades 3-6. At West Valley HS. $190-$210. 777-9622

Whitworth Team Camp| Contact football camp to teach game fundamentals and techniques, for high school football teams to practice together. Grades 9-12. June 22-25. $220/player. 777-4329

EWU Individual/Team Camp| Improve techniques and game strategies as an individual or with a team, with instruction from EWU coaching staff. Grades 9-12. Offered June 17-20 and June 24-27. $75-$310.

Inland NW Football Camp| A full-contact, tackle football camp with college level coaches and specific position training. Grades K-8. June 29-July 2, 8 am-noon. At Mt. Spokane HS. $110. 808-3329

Spokane Shock Skills Clinic| Kids work closely with Spokane Shock players and coaches to improve their game skills. Grades 1-8. July 6-9. At West Valley High School. $85-$110 777-9622

Kickers & Punters Clinic| Kids work with Spokane Shock kickers to learn fundamental skills to make a perfect delivery. Grades 3-12. July 14-15, 5-7 pm. At West Valley HS. $40-$50

Spokane Shock Passing Academy| Quarterbacks and receivers work on footwork, catching and other fundamental skills. Grades 3-12. Sessions offered June 30-July 1 and July 22-23, 5-7 pm. At West Valley High School. $45-$60 777-9622

EWU DB/WR Camp| Skills camp for wide receivers and defensive backs, led by Eastern coaching staff and players. July 30 (grades 9-10) and July 31 (grades 11-12) from 10 am-3:30 pm. $60-$70

EWU Quarterback Camp| Join Eastern quarterback coach Zak Hill for a camp specially focused on quarterback skills. July 30 (grades 9-10) and July 31 (grades 11-12), from 9 am-3:30 pm. $100-$125

EWU Youth Football Camp| Players are divided by age and skill level, and learn techniques and skills for playing all football positions. Aug. 1, from 9 am-noon. Grades 3-7. $30-$50.

Skyhawks Flag Football| Players learn skills on both sides of the football, including passing, catching and defense, in camps ending with the Skyhawks Super Bowl. Camps held at local parks and schools throughout the Spokane and Coeur d'Alene area. Boys and girls ages 4-12. Camps offered June-August. $55-$145/session.

1st DownTots| A program using games to teach kids the basics of football and to develop fundamental skills. Ages 3-6. Sessions offered June 22-Aug. 27; meets once weekly, times and locations vary. $130/session.


Mead Boys Soccer Camp| Open to grades 8-12. June 8-11, from 3:30-5 pm. At the Mead HS soccer fields. $50. 465-7002

NBC Soccer Camps| A day soccer camp for boys and girls ages 9-14. June 22-26. At Palisades Christian Academy. 800-406-3926

Seattle Sounders FC Camp| A soccer camp for beginning to intermediate players, focusing on technical and tactical elements of the game, taught by elite and professional players/coaches. June 29-July 3 (ages 4-15), Mon-Fri, half or full-day options. Also offering an advanced camp for elite players, June 29-July 2 (ages 11-18). At Dwight Merkel Sports Complex. $170-$250.

Gonzaga Men's ID Camp| Players receive instruction from Gonzaga players and coaching staff, training in a competitive environment. Grades 9+. June 6-7 and July 8-9. $140.

WSU Soccer Camp| Players are coached by WSU soccer players and coaches, learning and honing game fundamentals. Ages 5-14. Half- and full-day sessions offered June 15-19 and July 6-10. $150-$250.

World Cup Soccer Activity Camp| Learn soccer skills, watch the World Cup and play soccer activities and a tournament. June 24-26 (ages 1-10), July 1-3 (ages 11-15) and July 8-10 (ages 16-18). Half-day option (ages 3-6) offered June 17-19 and July 8-10. At Glover Middle School. $79-$149.

Riverview Soccer & Keeper Camp| An overnight camp that combines traditional camp activities with the sport of soccer and includes instruction from area collegiate coaches. Coed ages 12-17. July 6-10. At Riverview Bible Camp. $450. 879-8399

Eagles Summer ID Camp| A one-day camp for high school girls to evaluate their potential as future EWU players, focusing on the technical and physical demands of collegiate soccer. Ages 14-18. May 16 and July 15, from 10 am-4 pm. $125.

Dragon Soccer Camps| Dragon Varsity players lead a week of training with an emphasis on fundamental game skills appropriate for all age groups. Coed, grades 2-12. July 20-24, 9 am-noon. $135. 466-1636

Mead Girls Soccer Camp| Open to grades 9-12, with the option to participate in a showcase tournament. July 20-23 and July 24-25 (tourney). At Mead HS soccer fields. $50-$75. 465-7002

Spokane Soccer Academy| Learn soccer fundamentals through a variety of summer-long sessions offered in foot skills, technical game training, striking and finishing and goalkeeping. Sessions run June 22-July 30, meets twice weekly. At Dwight Merkel Sports Complex and Plantes Ferry Park. $225-$275/session. 897-7999

High School Elite Camp| Gonzaga coaches offer instruction in an elite, competitive camp setting to encourage confidence in all players. Girls entering grades 8-12. July 28-30, commuter and resident options. $380-$410.

Skyhawks Soccer| A progressional coaching curriculum teaching technical skills and knowledge for all levels of playing experience. Camps held at local parks and schools throughout the Spokane and Coeur d'Alene area. Boys and girls ages 3-12. Offered June-August. $59-$145/session.

Whitworth Men's Soccer Academy| Players are coached by Whitworth men's soccer players and staff, learning a possession-oriented style of play. Coed, ages 6-12. Sessions offered June 15-18, July 13-16 and Aug. 10-13. $165-$420. 250-9323

Futsal Fun Camp| Learn the basics of futsal, a soccer variant, in a comprehensive camp. Ages 5-13. Aug. 11-13, 9 am-3 pm. $75-$135.

World Cup Soccer Development| A more focused soccer skills camp than the activity camp. July 22-24 (ages 1-10), July 29-31 (ages 11-15) and Aug. 12-14 (ages 16-18). Half day option (ages 3-6) offered July 15-17 and Aug. 12-14. At Chase Middle School. $79-$149. 828-2764

Whitworth Women's Soccer Camp| Players are coached by Whitworth women soccer players and coaching staff. Girls entering grades 11-12. Sept. 18-19. $150.

British Soccer Camps| Young players improve soccer techniques and play competitively. Ages 3-18. July 13-17 and Aug. 17-21, full- or half-day sessions. $85-$134.

SoccerTots (Spokane Valley)| Young athletes play games and activities to promote fitness, self confidence and develop basic soccer skills. Ages 1½-5 years. 8-to-10-week sessions offered June 23-Aug. 26; meets once weekly, times/locations vary. $104-$130. 534-5437

SoccerTots| Kids learn the basics of soccer in an age-appropriate, engaging environment focusing on building motor skills and friendship. Ages 1½-5. Sessions offered June 22-Aug. 28, meeting once a week. Locations vary. $78-$130/session. 866-849-1099

XiFA Summer Soccer Academy| A flexible summer training program is offered for all ages of players. All-ages. July-Aug.; sessions from Tue-Thu, primary and middle school sessions in the morning; high school in the evening. $160/10 sessions, $202/20 sessions.


Zag Positional Camp| Positional skills instructions, competitive drills and tournament play hosted by Zag coaching staff and players. Grades 8-12. July 12-15, commuter and overnight options. $320-$370.

WSU Volleyball Youth Camp| Players learn basic skills and game fundamentals. June 18-19, 9-11:30 am. Coed, grades 1-6. $60.

Mead Volleyball| Open to grades 3-12. June 22-24 (grades 9-12) and June 25-26 (grades 3-8). At the Mead HS gym/fieldhouse. $40-$100. 465-7002

The Complete Player Volleyball Camp| A four-day skills camp offering technical instruction and fundamental skills review. June 29-July 2, 9 am-noon (grades 6-8) and 1-4 pm (grades 9-12). $100. 466-1636

Eagles All Skills Camp| Coached by Eagles players and staff, players will hone techniques and skills. Ages 12-18. July 6-8. $265/day, $365/resident.

Mini Eags Camp| A coed camp for beginning players, taught by EWU coaches and players. Ages 6-11. July 6-8, from 9 am-noon. $85. 359-7383

Vandal Volleyball Team Camp| Teams of eight or more and their coaches work with the Vandal volleyball coaching staff on drills, strategies and more. July 6-9, commuter and resident options. $240-$330.

Zag Team Camp | A camp for JV and Varsity teams focusing on team play, technique and strategy, with tournament play on the final day. July 8-11. $355/player. 313-4041

Vandall Volleyball Skills Camp| A fast-paced camp offering instruction based on the Vandal volleyball team's training methods. Coed, grades 7-12. July 9-12, commuter and resident options. $265-$355.

Vandal Volleyball Youth Camp| Basic volleyball skills and techniques are taught by the Vandal coaching staff and players. Coed, grades 3-6. July 10-12, 9-11:30 am. $85.

WSU Individual All-Skills Camp| A high-level, position-specific training camp for experienced players as well as all-around training for beginning players. Coed, grades 7-12. July 12-15, commuter and overnight options. $300-$375.

Eagles Team Camp| Teams practice, run drills, bond and work on technique and game strategy, culminating with a team tournament. Girls in grades 9-12. July 13-16. $255/day, $305/overnight.

Sasquatch Sports Volleyball| Volleyball camp offering 8 hours of on-court instruction for all ages and skill levels. July 13-16; kids camp (grades 2-5) and skills camp (grades 6-12) offered. At West Valley High School. $75-$200.

WSU High School Team Camp| Camp designed for high school teams looking to practice in a collegiate atmosphere, concluding with the High School Team Tournament. Girls entering grades 7-12. July 15-18, commuter and overnight options. $220-$300/player.

Zag Complete Player Camp| A camp offering all-around emphasis on player skill and technique development, taught by Zag coaching staff. Grades 5-9. July 20-22, commuter and overnight options. $270-$300.

Skyhawks Volleyball| Skill-based volleyball camps teaching fundamentals of passing, setting, hitting, serving and more for beginning to intermediate players. Camps held at local parks and schools throughout the Spokane and Coeur d'Alene area. Boys and girls ages 7-14. Offered June-Aug. $69-$119/session.

NBC Volleyball Camps| Overnight and day volleyball camps (Complete Player, Intensive and Jr. Complete Skills) are offered for girls ages 8-18. July 6-10 and July 24-26. At Whitworth University. $120-$550.

NIC Volleyball Camps| Young players are coached by NIC athletes and staff, with youth skills camps focusing on all-around skill development. Sessions offered June 12-13 and June 14-15 (grades 5-8), from 9:30 am-4 pm. High school conditioning/skills camp Aug. 2-4, from 4-7 pm. $80-$95.

VolleyKats (Spokane Valley)| A camp to break down the fundamentals of volleyball into easy-to-learn classes for young children. Ages 6-8. June 24-Aug. 12; Wed from 6:30-7:20 pm. At Edgecliff Park. $104.

VolleyKats| Fun games are used to teach volleyball techniques including passing, setting, hitting, serving and more. Ages 6-9. Sessions offered June 22-Aug. 13, meets weekly at Franklin or Sky Prairie parks. $104/session. 866-849-1099


Mead Gymnastics Camp| Open to grades 1-12, and all skill levels. June 15-19. $30-$45. 465-7002

Get the Summer Started| A week of gymnastics and summer activities; no experience required. Ages 3-14. June 22-26; half- and full-day options. $99-$199.

Mini Gymnastics Camp| A 3-day camp focusing on skills for all gymnastic events. All-ages. June 29-July 1; half- and full-day options available. $60-$130. 244-7061

Coaches' Choice| Campers are surprised with a new theme each day, with clues given throughout the day to the next theme. Ages 6-14. July 27-31, half- and full-day options. $129-$239. 533-9646

Gymnastics Fun Camp| A week of gymnastics events, games, contests and more. No experience necessary. Ages 3-14. Sessions offered July 6-10 and Aug. 3-7; half- and full-day options. $129-$239 533-9646

Trampoline and Tumbling Camp| Learn skills and safety on the Tumbl Trak, double mini trampoline, Euro Trampoline and spring floor. Ages 6-14. Offered July 6-10 and Aug. 3-7; half- or full-day. $129-$239.

Extreme Gymnastics, Parkour & Breakdancing| Learn tumbling skills, breakdancing, parkour moves and other stunts. Ages 6-14. Sessions offered July 13-17 and Aug. 10-14, from 8:15 am-12:15 pm or 12:30-4:30 pm. $129-$

Mt. View Gymnastics Day Camp| Daily activities include open gym, obstacle courses, games, crafts and more. All-ages. July 6-10, July 20-24 and Aug. 17-21. Half- and full-day options. $90-$210.

Adventure Camp| This popular camp is now in its 12th year and offers themed days of challenges and adventures through gymnastics. Ages 6-14. Offered July 20-24 and Aug. 17-21, from 8:15 am-12:15 pm. $129-$139. 533-9646

Tumbling| Tumbling classes offered for toddlers to young children, teaching balance, coordination, flexibility and strength. Sessions offered June 2-30, July 7-28 and Aug. 5-25, days and times vary. Ages 1½-7. At all three YMCA locations. $30-$40/session.

Character Camp| Each day is based on a theme from a popular kids' movie, and includes structured gymnastics and games. Ages 3-14. Aug. 24-28, half- and full-day options. $129-$139. 533-9646


Tennis Works Junior Camp| Ages 5+. June 22-26 (Stratton Park), July 6-16 and Aug. 3-13 (North Park Racquet Club), times vary based on age and skill level. $50-$125.

WSU Tennis Camps| Camp sessions offered for all levels and ages of players, with overnight, full- and half-day camps. Ages 3-18. June 28-July 2. $75-$495.

USTA Tennis Camp| Players learn fundamentals of the game appropriate to their skill levels, along with other sports activities, daily swimming and reading time. Ages 6-12. Sessions offered June 15-Aug. 7, 8 am-4 pm. At Comstock and Shadle parks. $89-$149/session. 625-6208

East Central Tennis Camps| Camp sessions are offered for all levels, from beginners to intermediates looking to take their game to the next level. Young beginners (ages 4-6) youth beginners (ages 7-13), advanced beginners (7-16) and intermediates (all-ages). Two-week sessions offered Mon-Thu, June 22-July 2, July 6-16, July 20-30 and Aug. 3-13. At Liberty Park. $80-$200/two-week session. 808-2122

Spokane Racquet Club Camps| Certified instructors offer age-appropriate instruction for beginner to advanced players; camps also include supervised water activities and snacks. Ages 7-18. Weekly camps offered June 15-Aug. 14; camp times vary based on age group. $105-$160/session. 535-1239

Skyhawks Tennis| Camp teaching proper grip, footwork, strokes, volleys, serves and game rules and etiquette. Camps held at parks and schools in the Spokane and Coeur d'Alene area. Boys and girls ages 7-12. Offered July-August. $109-$119/session.

Kids Tennis Lessons| Lessons for all skill levels, from the Liberty Lake Community Tennis Association. All-ages. Saturdays through Aug. 31 (starts May 16), 9-10 am (ages 7 and under) and 10-11 am (ages 8-14). Free.


Mead Wrestling Camp| Open to grades 1-12. May 31-June 4. At the Mead HS field house/wrestling room. $50-$75. 465-7002

Nike Boys Lacrosse| Idaho's head men's lacrosse coach leads a camp offering complete skills training for all ability levels. Ages 6-18. June 21-24, commuter and overnight options. At University of Idaho. $250-$435.

John Means Junior Golf Camp| Camp for beginning to advanced players and their coaches, with commuter and residential options. Ages 8-18. June 21-25. At the University of Idaho. $495-$695.

Nike Golf Camps| Collegiate coaches lead a camp on the courses of both universities, offering individual instruction and daily course play. Coed, ages 10-18. June 21-25, overnight and commuter options. At University of Idaho and WSU. $585-$950.

Inland NW Track Camp| Camp offers training for speed and agility, throwing farther and jumping at each athlete's potential. Grades K-8. June 22-25, 3-5:30 pm. At Mt. Spokane HS. $75 808-3329

Shuttlefreaks Badminton Camp| A five-day camp introducing new players to the fundamentals of badminton and honing intermediate players' skills. June 22-26, 9 am-3 pm. At Sacajawea Middle School. $120. 625-6200

Kids Xtreme Fun Run| Run, jump and slide to the finish line in this 500-yard obstacle course fun run. Ages 5-14. July, date TBA. At North YMCA. $15-$20. 777-9622

Y Winners Sports Camp| Multi-sport camp offering introductions to flag football, soccer, T-ball, basketball and more. Ages 4-6. June 22-July 2. At Mullan Road, Brentwood and Greenacres Elementary. $67-$92.

NIC Wrestling Camp| The largest summer wrestling camp in the Northwest, offering instruction in collegiate-style wrestling with emphasis on takedowns. Coaches on site include former Olympians and collegiate coaches. June 20-24 and 25-29 (high school only), June 30-July 3 (K-8 and girls) and June 29-July 3 (intensive camp). $295-$475. 208-769-3353

Iron Wood Throwers Camp| The 26th annual camp for track and field throwing athletes offers instruction from notable and former Olympians and world record holders. July 7-12; resident and day options. At EWU Cheney. $450-$325.

Speed and Agility Camp| Sports camp for athletes of any sport, teaching proper warm up, training and cool-down techniques and more, taught by Gonzaga head strength coach Mike Nilson. July 13-15 (ages 13-17) and July 20-22 (ages 8-12) from 10 am-noon. $75. 458-7686

Wildcat Sports Camps| The Mead School District/Mt. Spokane High School hosts sports camps including sports conditioning, football, volleyball, soccer, basketball, cheer/dance, gymnastics, baseball, wrestling and tennis. Grades K-12. June 15-July 24; dates/times vary based on sport. $50-$200.

Kids Triathlon Training | Train for the YMCA's August kids tri. Ages 5-14. June 22-July 30, Tue/Thu from 9:15-10:15 am. $50-$100.

Nike Tennis Camps| Coed camp with teaching and instruction from university coaches. Coed, ages 9-18. July 19-24 and July 26-31, commuter and overnight options. At Gonzaga University. $495/day; $825/overnight. 800-645-3226

Kids Triathlon| Kids can participate in a kid-friendly swim/bike/run, with leg distances based on age. Ages 5-14. Aug. 2. At Mission Park. $15-$20. 777-9622

Skyhawks Lacrosse| Kids get an introduction to one of the old sports in North America that's now also the fastest growing. Athletes learn fundamentals and basic techniques to play. Coed, ages 4-7. Held at parks and schools in the Spokane/Coeur d'Alene area. $109-$119. 800-804-3509

Relational Riding Academy| Horsemanship program offering half-day riding camps. Ages 8-14. Sessions offered June 29-July 3, July 13-17 and Aug. 3-7. $250/session.

International Sports Camp| Participants sample 8-10 sports from around the world, including cricket, rugby, handball, boccia, boxing and field hockey. Ages 7-15. At Valley Indoor Center. $169. 828-2764

SuperTots Multi-Sports Camp| A sports development program using games to expose young children to different sports and sports concepts. Ages 3-6. June 23-Aug. 11, meets once a week, times and locations vary. $104. 534-5437

Aquaducks| Novice swimmers learn all four Olympic strokes, starts, turns and more. Swimmers should be able to swim the crawl stroke 50 yards. Ages 6-18. June 22-Aug. 13, meets Mon/Thu (times vary) at Comstock, Witter or Shadle Park pools. $150. 625-6200

Spokane Area Swimming| Kids can prep for competitive swimming, or work on basic skills and swimming strokes. Ages 6-18. June 22-Aug. 13, Mon-Thu, 10-11:30 am. At Witter Pool. $150. 981-3527

Skyhawks Cross Country| Train for the upcoming cross-country season in the fall. Coed, ages 5-12. June 30-Aug. 4 and July 9-Aug. 13. At Comstock and Franklin parks. $65-$79. 800-804-3509

SCC Aquatics Level 1-2| Swimmers learn elementary aquatic skills as a foundation for more advanced swimming. July 6-16, July 20-30 and Aug. 3-13; Mon-Thu from 8:40-9:25 am. Ages 6+. $25.

SCC Aquatics Level 3-4| Swimmers who've completed previous levels learn deep water swimming, stroke techniques and diving. July 6-16, July 20-30 and Aug. 3-13; Mon-Thu from 10:10-10:55 am. Ages 6+. $25. 533-7211

SCC Aquatics Level 5-6| Swimmers who have completed previous levels reinforce and refine their swimming skills. July 6-16, July 20-30 and Aug. 3-13; Mon-Thu from 11-11:45 am. Ages 6+. $25.

SCC Aquatics Teeny Tiny| Basic swimming skills are taught alongside a healthy respect for the water. July 6-16, July 20-30 and Aug. 3-13; Mon-Thu from 9:30-10:05 am. Ages 3-5. $25. 533-7211

Speed, Quickness, Strength Camp| A sports conditioning camp focusing on the athlete's choice of overall fitness or sports-specific training. Grades 6-12. June 15-Aug. 21; M-F with four sessions daily. $85/week; $800/all summer. 466-1636

Skyhawks Golf| Camps teach the fundamentals of golf including swinging, putting and body positioning, with all equipment provided. Camps held at local parks and schools throughout the Spokane and Coeur d'Alene area. Boys and girls ages 5-14. Camps offered June-August. $40-$119/session.

First Tee of the Inland Northwest| Junior instructional golf lessons for all abilities, and an intro to core values that can be taken from the golf course to home and school. Ages 7+. June 22-Aug. 22; meets one day a week depending on location. At Qualchan, Esmeralda, Deer Park and Highland golf courses. $80/student with 50% sibling discount.

KidSports Multi-Sport Camp| A camp for young children to be introduced to numerous sports, including baseball, football and soccer. Ages 3-6. Sessions offered June 22-Aug. 27, meets once a week. At Comstock, Franklin or Sky Prairie parks. $104-$130/session. 866-849-1099

Ultimate Sports Day Camp| A week of playing all types of traditional sports, as well as skateboarding, BMX biking and more. Ages 6-12. Offered June 22-Aug. 28. At Dwight Merkel Sports Complex. $129/session. 625-6200 ♦

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