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for First-Time Campers

Clinics Are Fun and you’ll learn a lot too!

Clinics are a great way to improve skills in a short period of time. Each of our clinics are offered numerous times throughout the summer. Certain clinics are concentrated instructional sessions designed to improve skills by focusing the camper's attention and energy for 2-3 hours a day over a 3-4 day period. These clinics include: The Advanced Tennis Clinic, Beginner and Intermediate Golf Clinics, Cheerleading Clinic, Ride Every Day Clinic, Horse Care Clinic, Paintball Camp Clinic, High-Five Basketball Clinic, the Culinary Arts Clinic and more!

Other clinics focus on the performance aspect of an activity offered in the daily program. Participants receive special instruction and training in preparation for an exhibition or performance which is scheduled for all-camp or public viewing. These clinics include: The X-Games Skateboarding Clinic, the Circus Show Clinic, the Hip Hop Clinic, DJ Clinic, A+ Flying Trapeze Clinic, and the Rock Band Concert Clinic.

Lastly, there are clinics that feature unique instruction and experiences not offered in the daily program. These clinics include: Spy Camp and Survival Camp. No matter which clinic you choose, you're guaranteed to have FUN!

To select your FREE Clinic using this form check off the box alongside the ONE clinic of your choice along with the requested information, and press the "Submit" button. Campers can register for additional clinics in the Spring with our Spring Clinics Form.

PLEASE NOTE: Because clinics are attended on an individual basis, clinics are limited to campers participating in the elective program, except for the Spy Camp Clinic which is availble to all campers regardless of age. Clinics are not scheduled by cabin. Clinics are available to inters and seniors and those super juniors who opt out of the cabin-structured program. Clinics typically operate during the program day and will supercede the other elective activities that appear on the camper’s activity card that conflict with the clinic.