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Choose from Four Options
- $119 for a five-day multi-sport day camp for one child (a $240 value)
- $219 for a five-day multi-sport day camp for two children (a $480 value)
Geared towards kids aged 5–12, the five-day camps eschew competition for fun and socializing. Sessions meet Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m., engaging kids in games such as basketball, kickball, soccer, sand volleyball, frisbee golf, and golf, while also making time for lunch and arts and crafts. Sessions start on April 1, June 3, June 10, June 17, June 24, July 8, July 15, July 22, and July 29.
- $69 for a three-day, two-sport instructional camp for one child (a $150 value)
- $129 for a three-day, two-sport instructional camp for two children (a $300 value)
Three-day instructional camps start young athletes aged 8–12 on the path to becoming the next two-sport superstar. Groups of youngsters meet Tuesday through Thursday from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m.; depending on the week, they’ll hone their skills in basketball and baseball, soccer and basketball, or soccer and baseball. The small group sizes allow for more individualized instruction for kids committed to improvement. Click here for a list of dates and sports concentrations.
Midwest Sports and Social Complex
The squeak of athletic shoes. The swish of basketball nets. The resounding wallop of dodge balls connecting with their intended targets. These sounds are part of the regular soundtrack at Midwest Sports and Social Complex, where kids and adults alike work out their athletic affinities. Youth training sessions overseen by instructors Rhasim Ridley, a former Head Coach at Tarkanian Basketball Academy in Las Vegas, teach youngsters the fundamentals and advanced tactics of their chosen sport.
When the weather cooperates, staff members organize weekly outdoor competitive adult tournaments and three-on-three league games on two new, full-length basketball courts. Athletes can also join leagues for dodge ball games and street hockey, a worthy alternative to real hockey when ponds melt and hockey goals return to their underwater homes.