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BUILD YOUR SKILLS!

When you enroll your kids in one of the local Greensboro, NC, youth sports camps, you are helping them develop skills, teamwork and confidence. YMCA sports camps provide youth a perfect opportunity to be active and hone skills.

Our camp’s primary focuses are drills and skill development, with emphasis on character development. Participants have fun in a safe learning environment while being encouraged to work on teamwork and a sense of belonging. 

By following all the safety precautions and COVID-19 guidelines, we aim to provide your child with a safe, secure and healthy environment. 

We offer sports camps at Bryan, Eden, Ragsdale, Reidsville and Spears YMCAs. Check all the important dates and information of your Y below and register your children for this incredible experience!

 

2021-2021 Sports Safety Procedures

At the YMCA of Greensboro, the health and safety of our program participants, members and staff is our top priority. We will implement COVID-19 transmission prevention protocols based on guidelines from national, state and local health officials, including those from the NCDHHS, the CDC and local health departments.


1. Players and coaches will sanitize their hands (using soap and water or hand sanitizer) upon arrival, during water breaks and after games. A staff member will be checking on participants throughout the activity to ensure the proper use of hand sanitizer. Hand sanitizers used will contain at least 60% alcohol.

2. For sports that take place indoors, coaches and players ages 5 and up must wear a mask.

3. If a player or coach has been exposed to or diagnosed with COVID-19, they must quarantine for 14 days and follow the NCDHHS’s guidelines.

4. If a player or coach experiences symptoms of COVID-19, they must remain home until they receive a negative test result.

5. Players and coaches must bring their own labeled water bottles.

6. Storage areas for players’ personal equipment will be marked. All shared equipment will be cleaned and disinfected between uses and at the end of each session.

7. Markings on the field will designate where spectators may sit. All spectators should practice social distancing and bring their own chairs.

Bryan YMCA

Bryan YMCA Winter Basketball Camp

Age Groups: Co-Ed, 5-13
Registration Fees: $80 YMCA Members or $110 Non-Members
Deadlines: Registration must be completed by the Wednesday the week camp session begins.


Important Dates:
Session 1: Saturday, November 13 | 10 am – Noon
Session 2: Saturday, November 20 | 10 am – Noon
Session 3: Saturday, December 4 | 10 am – Noon
Session 4: Saturday, December 11 | 10 am – Noon

Important Information:
Campers will undergo strength and conditioning focusing on footwork, dribbling, shooting, and game strategies.

Adherence to all guidelines will be met to ensure campers, staff, and others are protected and staying safe. These camps will help the children get prepared for our upcoming season of Winter Basketball that will begin in December. Masks are required at all times for all campers, and staff.
 

Register Online

Registration Form (Downloadable PDF)

Eden YMCA

Holiday Hoops Basketball Camp with Coach Quintin Robertson

Ages: Co-Ed, 7-15

Cost
$30 YMCA Member
$40 Potential Member
Current youth basketball participants receive $5 off. A $10 late fee will be assessed for registrations received after December 16. No refunds are issued – only credits towards the next Y sport.

Register by December 10 to receive a camp t-shirt!

Camp Weeks
December 21 – 23 from 10 am – 2 pm

Important Information
This clinic will be led by Coach Quintin Robertson! Quintin Robertson has basketball experience at all levels from playing at Winston-Salem State University to player development with Wingate University, which led to working with the Charlotte Hornets & other national AAU basketball leagues.

He has years of experience with speed, agility and conditioning programs for youth, high school, and collegiate athletes. Campers will undergo strength and conditioning focusing on footwork, dribbling, shooting and game strategies.

We will adhere to all health and safety guidelines to ensure campers, staff, and others are protected and staying safe.

Registration
Register online or at the branch!

Register Online

Registration Form (Downloadable PDF)

Contact: Asa Neal, Regional Sports Coordinator, or call (336) 342-3307.

Reidsville YMCA

Holiday Hoops Basketball Camp with Coach Quintin Robertson

Ages: Co-Ed, 7-15

Cost
$30 YMCA Member
$40 Potential Member
Current youth basketball participants receive $5 off. A $10 late fee will be assessed for registrations received after December 16. No refunds are issued – only credits towards the next Y sport.

Register by December 10 to receive a camp t-shirt!

Camp Weeks
December 21 – 23 from 10 am – 2 pm

Important Information
This clinic will be led by Coach Quintin Robertson! Quintin Robertson has basketball experience at all levels from playing at Winston-Salem State University to player development with Wingate University, which led to working with the Charlotte Hornets & other national AAU basketball leagues.

He has years of experience with speed, agility and conditioning programs for youth, high school, and collegiate athletes. Campers will undergo strength and conditioning focusing on footwork, dribbling, shooting and game strategies.

We will adhere to all health and safety guidelines to ensure campers, staff, and others are protected and staying safe.

Registration
Register online or at the branch!

Register Online

Registration Form (Downloadable PDF)

Contact: Asa Neal, Regional Sports Coordinator, or call (336) 342-3307.

 

2021 Sports Camps - Parent Questions and Answers

In a changing and uncertain time due to COVID-19, it's important to us that parents feel their children will be safe and secure at camp. The YMCA of Greensboro is taking careful precautions to ensure that children are kept safe, happy and healthy when participating in our programs.

 

Will my child be safe participating in sports camps?

 

Safety is our number one priority. We are implementing safety precautions based on guidance from national, state and local health officials.

 

What safety precautions will the YMCA of Greensboro be taking?

  • We will be following all government-mandated regulations and safety guidelines, including those from the NC Department of Health, to ensure every child attending our sports camps is kept safe and healthy.

  • A staff member will regularly ask children to disinfect their hands using hand sanitizer containing at least 60% alcohol.

  • Campers will need to bring their own labeled water bottles to camp each day.

  • Sports fields will have markings to designate spaces at least 6 feet apart and ensure proper social distancing.

  • Staff in close proximity to campers will wear a face mask at all times.

  • Children are recommended to bring their own equipment, labeled with their name, to camp. If they are unable to bring their own, campers will be given equipment only for their own use.

  • All shared equipment will be cleaned and disinfected between uses.

  • At the end of each camp session, camp staff will thoroughly clean each area.