Summer camp provides kids with lasting memories, adventures in the great outdoors, and the hard-earned ability to take instruction from an adult wearing shorts. Redefine authority with this Groupon.
Choose from Five Options
- $95 for a one-week all-sports camp for one child (up to a $199 value)
- $165 for a one-week all-sports camp for two children (up to a $398 value)
Children must be at least four years old to participate in the all-sports camp. After a warm-up, campers are split up according to age group, and explore such sports as soccer, basketball, football, hockey, flying disk, kickball, and volleyball. Sessions are available July 8–12, July 15–19, July 22–26, July 29–August 2, August 12–16, August 19–23, and August 26–30.
- $95 for a one-week baseball/softball camp for one child (up to a $199 value)
- $165 for a one-week baseball/softball camp for two children (up to a $398 value)
The baseball/softball camp is designed for campers aged 6 and older. Baseball and softball campers are split into two separate camps, and all campers are organized according to age and skill level. Sessions are available July 8–12, July 15–19, July 22–26, July 29–August 2, and August 5–9.
- $125 for a three-day football camp (up to a $300 value)
NFL pros Tank Daniels and Jay Alford lead this exclusive football camp for athletes aged 6 to 12, which runs July 1–3, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Topics include fundamentals, skills, movement, tackling, and quarterback-specific tips.
Ultimate Sports America
At Ultimate Sports America, accomplished coaches help clients of all ages and skill levels reach their athletic potential. A commitment to safety, sportsmanship, and teamwork guides group activities, which range from soccer camps for kids and teens to fitness boot camps for adults. Staffers can arrange one-on-one training for nearly any of the sports, which also include baseball, softball, and lacrosse. Position-specific coaching helps footballers hone specific skills as they tackle the gridiron with gusto, and event-specific training inspires track-and-field athletes to run faster, jump higher, and ride a javelin farther than they ever thought possible. Filled with batting cages, turf fields, and an Apex pole-vaulting station, the 50,000-square-foot facility provides ample opportunities for swinging bats or sprinting toward end zones. The space can also host sport-specific clinics and birthday parties that pair hearty pizzas with dodge-ball games that aim to remove party hats by force.