Have a lifelong memory between parent and child. These six overnight camps on a college campus work on developing basketball skills, having fun, and most importantly, building a strong bond between parent and child. Plus, they're instructed by some of the top coaches in college basketball, from Bill Self to John Calipari to Billy Donovan.
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Self's Parent-Child camp is for boys and girls ages 4-7 and their parents. The camp features an autograph session with current members of the tradition-rich Jayhawks basketball team. Learn More »
The father-son camp at Kentucky gives fathers and sons ages 6-17 the chance to be 1-on-1 with UK coach John Calipari, his staff and current and former Wildcat greats. You will learn drills and techniques that will help you improve as a basketball player. Learn More »
Fathers and sons have an opportunity to learn the game, spend quality time together, and have fun. This camp is eligible for sons in grades 1-8. Learn More »
Donovan's Parent-Child camp is open for boys and girls ages 7 and up and builds skills, promotes fun and encourages healthy parent-child relationships. Learn More »
Stanford offers a parent/child camp for children entering grades K-7, as a way to share basketball memories and learn skills together. Learn More »
This two-day, one night camp will focus on enhancing the bond as father and son, and help improve basketball skills. A son may enroll in the Father/Son camp with a male guardian or friend of the family. Learn More »
The Saint Mary's coach allows sons ages 6-14 and their fathers to build basketball skills together at this weekend camp. Learn More »
Learn basketball skills from the best players in the world at one of these camps headlined by NBA players. Learn More »