Tradition Overnight Camp
Campers are encouraged to learn new skills, take on new challenges and make new friends, so at the end of the summer, they leave feeling inspired and full of confidence.
While we value tradition, when it comes to our facilities, we understand the importance of thinking forward. Campers are provided with a safe, comfortable summer home, and the opportunity to keep having new experiences when they return. From the spectacular new Phyllis Weisfeld Theatre, to our recently renovated cabins, the facilities at Wahanowin provide the perfect backdrop to an unforgettable summer.
Training sessions will involve will incorporate:
-Progressive Skill Development
-Game Simulation Activities
Session 1: Sunday, August 1st to Friday, August 6th, 2021
Session 2: Sunday, August 22nd to Friday, August 27th, 2021
Four Point Basketball summer day camps are where players go to become all-round better players in an informative and fun environment.
We believe that deficiencies in players games can be addressed over the course of a summer of training once the foundation has been put in place. While at camp attendees work on team concepts in regards to movement, game situation decision making and one-on-one moves.
Campers at every Day Camp will develop all of their fundamental basketball skills - shooting, passing, dribbling, rebounding and defence. Our day camps for boys and girls ages 10-17 and knows this camp is perfect for kids who love basketball and want to get better.
Nike Camps focus on the crucial keys to becoming a great player. We break our teaching into four focus areas: Individual offense, defense, shooting and team skills. Campers are separated into teaching groups and teams based on their age and ability.
The curriculum has been developed by NBA Basketball Operations and a team of experts in child development, physical literacy, and basketball fundamentals. The program will include games that are modified to be age-appropriate and use age-appropriate equipment such as smaller basketballs and lowered hoops.