Ferris State University in Big Rapids, Michigan offers various sports and academic summer camps for kids. Whether you’re looking for a day camp or a sleepaway camp, Ferris offers a variety for many different interests. Campers gain a university experience while participating in faculty led academic camps and varsity team led sports camps.
Please Note: If you are under the age of 13, please do not try to register. You must have a parent register for you.
Young athletes can choose a sports camp at Ferris State and enjoy a summer experience where they can build skills and improve their game.
Ferris summer sports camps and clinics are designed to help players learn from the Ferris coaching staff and members of Bulldog varsity teams on what it takes to move their game to the next level, whether that level is to make the varsity or simply to have some serious fun.
In accordance with NCAA rules, Ferris State University sports camps may limit attendance based on several factors, such as age, number and grade level. However, camp attendance at Ferris State University (including attendance at elite or advanced camps) is never restricted by a camper's skill level or competitive experience.
These camps are specifically designed for students who are ages 12-18. Each of the residential camps includes various recreational activities such as swimming, team-building events, games, and other social activities. Students are housed in university residence halls and are provided on-campus meals. Residence halls are staffed 24-hours a day and camp staff provide supervision and guidance during all camp activities.
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