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Stanford Camps offer a variety of summer sports camps for girls, such as baseball, basketball, hockey, swimming, lacrosse, golf, fencing, field hockey, volleyball, soccer, and much more. Stanford summer sports camps are for girls and boys alike. However, girls and boys are housed separately at Stanford University dorms.
Cornell Summer Sports Camps
Cornell Summer Sports Camps are available to both girls and boys ages 7 - 18. There are co-ed camps as well as summer sports camps for girls and boys to enjoy separately. Summer sports camps for girls include basketball, field hockey, ice hockey, lacrosse, volleyball, softball, and soccer. Co-ed summer sports camps include cross country, golf, fencing, youth sports, track, tennis, swimming, rock climbing, and sailing.
Camp Emerson offers separate sports summer camps for girls and boys. This camp caters to the needs of the individual child and has a family atmosphere. Camp Emerson is a place to enjoy sports and other activities, make new friends, and develop hidden talents and skills. The camps are self-designed by the students, according to which sports and activities they are interested in.
US Sports Camps
US Sports Camps offers a variety of summer sports camps for girls and boys, some co-ed and some separate. US Sports Camps features Nike Sports Camps, as well as other top-notch summer sports camps. Some of the sports available include basketball, swimming, soccer, lacrosse, golf, field hockey, football, volleyball, tennis, and running.
Sports Camp at Frenchwoods
Frenchwoods Festival of the Performing Arts Summer Camp also offers All American Sports Academy. Girls and boys camp separately. The campers choose their own sports and activities to customize and make the most of their camping experience. Sports include basketball, baseball, softball, volleyball, fencing, hockey, soccer, gymnastics, and more. The instruction at these sports summer camps for girls and boys is individualized. If a camper wants to take the professional route, the instruction leads in that direction. Whereas, if a camper is simply there for fun and has no desire to be on a professional team, her experience will be different.
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