CHHRC Summer Camps
It’s hard to believe we are already talking about summer camp, but here we are! While it may technically still be winter, I know this thought is going through many parents’ minds….WHAT am I going to do to keep my kid(s) entertained ALL. SUMMER. LONG. Don’t get me wrong, I LOVE my child, but keeping him entertained all summer long is no small task. I think a few days of summer camp a week is a great balance between spending time with your kids, but also keeping them stimulated via sports, education, etc. My son has done both educational and sports related camps in the past. He definitely has enjoyed the sports camps more. Fortunately, CHHRC has several amazing sports related camp options for kids, depending on what they are into.
Here are all the summer camps CHHRC has to offer:
- Summer Tennis & Sports Camp: this is our most popular camp. Even if your children are not into tennis, by the end of their first week, they will love it! There are 7 indoor tennis courts, 6 outdoor courts, a full-sized basketball court and so much more! We have full and half day options, before and after care, and a lunch option. This camp offers a variety of activities such as basketball, dodgeball, and flag football. We also offer field trips to the funplex, movies and swimming! The tennis and sports camp are broken up into 2 age groups, 5 to 10 and 11 to 18.
- High Intensity Training (HIT) Tennis Camp: this is High Intensity Tennis camp for the serious player looking to compete at the championship level.
- MaxSkill Basketball Camp: this is our coed basketball-focused Day Camp for ages 6-13. It is 6 week-long sessions from 9:30am-2:30pm. The daily activities include stations, drills, lunch break, light strength training, scrimmages, and nutrition advice. There will also be an option for more specific basketball coaching for certain positions.
- Parisi Speed School: offers morning and evening classes throughout the week, so if your child participates in Parisi you now have the option to come in the morning too!
In addition to these camps, we also offer weekly summer clinics for kids of all ages and levels. From personal experience, some parents feel bad sending their kids to summer camp after being in school all year. But it is a great way to keep them entertained a few hours/days a week. My son is an only child, he loves being around other children. Let’s be honest, there is only so much wrestling, laser tag, and bike riding this momma can do in 2.5 months over summer. Give us a call today, our summer camps are filling up quickly!