Multi Sports Camps

U: Little Hilltoppers Camp  - TBA

Programs to run:

  • Week of June 20 through June 24

  • Week of June 27 through July 1

  • Week of July 5 through July 8

  • Week of July 25 through July 29

  • Week of August 1 through August 5

Ages 3-12

9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Memorial Tennis Courts & Basketball Court

Monday through Thursday

Rain Date: Friday

Cost Per Participant: TBA


The Little Hilltoppers Sports Camp is a unique children’s summer camp experience! It will offer a small group learning environment surrounding the basics of tennis and basketball. The coaches have a large expertise in their respective sport as they are all past or present Summit High School varsity athletes. The daily schedule will consist of station work in which your kids will learn skills, drills, and strategy for both tennis and basketball. We will then incorporate these lessons into games and competitions with the chance to win fun prizes each week. Our main goal is to have your kids leave camp every day with a smile on their face and a newfound appreciation for being active. We look forward to coaching the future of Summit sports!

 

On the Ball Soccer Camp

Program to run:

  • Week of June 20 through June 24

  • Week of June 27 through July 1

  • Week of July 5 through July 8

  • Week of July 11 through July 15

  • Week of July 18 through 22

Monday through Friday

Upper Memorial Field



Kinder Kickers (ages 4 -5) 

is a special 2 1/2 hour program created to introduce preschoolers to soccer through fun and games. Players participate in small-sided drills and games designed to keep their attention, while teaching soccer fundamentals 

9:00 AM until 11:00 AM

$195 per participant


Skills and Drills I (ages 6 to 8)

is geared towards building individual soccer skills, emphasizing ball control. Included are controlled dribbling, trapping, passing, heading and controlled shooting. This session offers a challenging environment aimed at making each participant a more confident player

9:00 AM until 12:00 PM

$245 per participant


Advanced Skills and Drills  (9-12 years old) 

is geared towards building individual soccer skills, emphasizing ball control. Included are controlled dribbling, trapping, passing, heading and controlled shooting. This session offers a challenging environment aimed at making each participant a more confident play 

9:00 AM until 12:00 PM

$245 per participant



W: Pony Share Program

Programs to run:

  • Week of June 27 through July 1 (Monday through Thursday)

  • Week of August 15 through August 19 (Monday through Thursday)


Pony Share: PEP Program 

9-10:30 or 2:30-4:00

Behind Cornog Field House, 5 Myrtle Ave

Open to children ages 3-5

$263 per participant

Participants will learn safety on and around the ponies, grooming techniques, basic riding skills, and other primary horsemanship skills. While this is not a Horseback Riding lesson per se, the program includes an exciting riding component whereas each child will get to ride about 20 minutes and learn how to properly mount, dismount, hold the reins and control the horse/pony at the walk and a few steps of trot.  Sessions aim to help develop confidence and motor-coordination skills while providing a supportive, fun, non-threatening environment for the participants as well as social interaction between them.  This is a participatory program for parents who so desire, so one may be asked to occasionally lend a hand. Parents/guardians must stay on location during the Program.  The perfect preparation for private or semi-private lessons for eager, young, aspiring Equestrians, or for subsequent, more advanced Pony programs! 

Pony Share: PGRP Program

11:00-2:00

Behind Cornog Field House, 5 Myrtle Ave

Open to children ages 6-13

$455 per participant

This unique 4-day Program provides an exciting and inexpensive hands-on introduction to the wonderful world of equines in a fun-filled and supportive atmosphere.  PonyShare uses camp-trained ponies and cobs (smaller and easier to handle than their larger equine counterparts).  Small groups of 4-5 children are formed according to age and prior experience, if any.  After reviewing safety rules, material previously covered and learning a new subject matter, participants are assigned their size-related pony or cob and each small group works under the tutelage of a qualified and motivated Counselor.  Some of the horsemanship skills covered may include:  Safety on and around horses; Basic Anatomy; Equine Senses & body Language; grooming, The Tack and Harness; English and Western styles; Barn Management; and Careers in the Industry.  Participants also get to ride or drive their charges for about 20 minutes during each Session.  This Program enhances team work, self-esteem, and camaraderie while helping develop a genuine appreciation and respect for the animals.  Course Materials are provided.  A winner by many…furlongs this Program is very popular and tends to book early!


X: Multi Sports Camp

Camp to run August 8 - August 12 (Cornog), August 15 - August 19 (Summit Community Center), August 22 - August 26 (Summit Community Center), and August 29 - September 2 (Summit Community Center)

Camp runs Monday through Thursday from 8:15-12:15 PM (rain date is Friday) 

Open to children entering grades K-6

$197 per participant 


Multi Sports Camp gives players the opportunity to experience a variety of sports throughout the program including soccer, basketball, flag football, kickball, lacrosse, pilo polo, and more! Players will work on developing their skills in each sport before participating in small tournament-style scrimmages. 
 


Y: Foundation Tennis Camp

Camp to run July 11 - July 15 and July 25 - July 29

Open to children entering Grades K through 9 

At Tatlock Tennis Courts, 89 Butler Parkway

$220 per participant 


 This camp is open for both boys and girls. Our tennis camp gives players the opportunity to experience tennis instruction that will both challenge them and ensure they have a fantastic experience at camp. Every camp is coached by our professional staff that is trained to encourage maximum participation, good sportsmanship, and above all - FUN! Beginner level players will learn basic hitting techniques while developing their footwork, movement and hand-eye-coordination to help achieve greater rallying success. Intermediate/advanced level players will practice advanced technical skills that include: Executing top spins, slices and drop shots. Players will also develop the tactical element of the game.
 
Techniques covered at camp:
 • Racket familiarity and court awareness
 • Forehands and backhands
 • Serving
 • Volleying
 • Rallying 
 
Other skills covered at camp:
 • Rules of tennis
 • Match play and scoring
 • Coordination, balance, agility and speed training
 • Lower and upper body workouts
 
 Groups are separated by age and ability to ensure all players flourish in an optimum positive learning environment. Children must bring their own tennis racket. All other equipment needed for this camp will be provided by First Play Sports. All participants will receive a FREE T shirt
 

 

Z: Weekly Soccer

Sundays, July 10 through August 14

  • 8:30-9:30 for ages 3-4

  • 9:30-10:20 for ages 2-3

  • 10:30-11:20  for ages 4-5

  • 11:30-12:30 for ages 5-6

At Summit Community Center, 100 Morris Ave Long Field

$137 per participant

 

Soccer Squirts is your child's perfect introduction to the most popular sport in the world! Skills covered include dribbling, passing, shooting, stealing, and more. Each session is taught through structured activities, fun games, and scrimmages designed to ensure learning and most importantly: fun, fun, fun!


AA: Weekly Track and Field

Wednesdays, July 6 through August 10

  • 4:00-4:50 for ages 3-4

  • 5:00-5:50 for ages 5-6

  • 6:00-6:50 for ages 7-8

  • 7:00-7:50 for ages 9-10

At Summit Community Center, 100 Morris Ave Long Field

$137 per participant 

Foundation Track & Field is designed to introduce beginners to the fundamentals of Track & Field. Each session will focus on a different aspect of the game including throwing (javelin & discus), jumping (long jump, high jump, triple jump), sprinting, distance running, and more!


BB:  Weekly Squirts Multi Sports

Saturdays, July 9 through August 13

  • 8:30-9:30 for ages 3-4

  • 9:30-10:20 for ages 2-3

  • 10:30-11:20   for ages 4-5

  • 11:30-12:30 for ages 5-6

At Summit Community Center, 100 Morris Ave Long Field

$137 per participant 

The Squirts Multi Sports program allows children to try a variety of different sports throughout the season including Lacrosse, Soccer and Track & Field. All sports are taught in a safe and structured learning environment designed to ensure learning and most importantly: fun, fun, fun!

 

CC: Weekly Tennis

Tuesdays, July 5 through August 9

  • 5:30-6:20 for ages 5-7

  • 5:30-6:20 for ages 8-11

  • 6:30-7:20 for ages 5-7

  • 6:30-7:20 for ages 11-14

At Tatlock Tennis Courts, 89 Butler Parkway

$148 per participant


 The Squirts Multi Sports program allows children to try a variety of different sports throughout the season including Lacrosse, Soccer and Track & Field. All sports are taught in a safe and structured learning environment designed to ensure learning and most importantly: fun, fun, fun!