Camp Armonk Sports helps campers entering grades K-5 not only learn the skills and rules of various sports, but also become good leaders and teammates both on and off the field. Our goal is to help campers discover and foster their strengths and interests, with expert instruction that gives them the ability, encouragement, and passion to reach their potential.
The activities are organized into two groups: sports and games. The foundation of both is active participation and full gameplay, but the sports group places additional emphasis on practicing the fundamentals of the organized sports that the children play or will play. The games group, on the other hand, provides more opportunities for campers to just be active and have fun.
We teach campers the essential skills of throwing, catching, hitting, and fielding. Games include home run derby, 500, pickle, relay race baserunning, and pitching contests.
Players learn the fundamentals of passing, shooting, dribbling, rebounding, and defense through games like knockout, hotshot, dribble tag, and small-sided games.
Campers compete in unique Olympic-inspired events. The best part of the games is how everyone embraces the spirit of camaraderie and sportsmanship.
This is a game of teamwork and endurance. The goal is for players to grab the flag from their opponent’s half of the field and return it to their own without being tagged.
Disc golf is a fun way for campers to develop their Frisbee throwing technique. When they learn the basics, ultimate adds running and catching, creating a fast-paced game.
Using soft balls, campers enjoy this classic test of reflexes and quickness. We also have a court for the popular gaga variant that is played a little closer to the ground.
Campers practice the more exciting aspects like passing and receiving and focus on gameplay, but we also help them understand the basics of the sport that so many watch on TV.
It's not baseball. It's not soccer. Kickball is the best of both sports, and it's a great game for kids of all ages and skills levels, as the large ball is easy to kick and catch.
We teach the fundamentals of stickhandling, passing, catching, and shooting. Campers then take these skills into fun drills like egg toss, cradling races, and lax golf.
Campers focus on ball control, dribbling, passing, and finishing through skills games like sharks and minnows, marbles, and red light-green light, as well as scrimmages.
Our program involves both instructional and recreational swimming. The goal is for campers to feel completely comfortable in the water so that they enjoy it.
Team building is a great way for kids to develop lifelong skills like cooperation, communication, and trust, all while getting to know their fellow campers better.
Armonk Tennis Club is the home of a top-notch year-round junior development program, and we bring all that experience to Camp Armonk with engaging drills and matches.
Theme days bring a special energy to camp and allow campers to share their interests and discover new ones. And don’t worry, parents, costumes aren’t required.
Campers are taught the basics of passing, setting, hitting, and serving. Games such as pepper help build a foundation of skills. Newcomb is a variant for younger kids.
|9:00 a.m.||-||Arrival & Warm-up|
|9:30 a.m.||-||Flag Football|
|10:15 a.m.||-||Instructional Swimming|
|1:00 p.m.||-||Team Building|
|2:00 p.m.||-||Recreational Swimming|