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Outdoor Summer Camp 2023


Tryout Prep / Jump Start Camp

Weekly and Multiple Week Options


We can’t wait to start the Volleyball FUN this summer at Camp!!!!

HOT Volleyball Summer Camps focus and specialize in building athletes’ overall volleyball skills: strengthening their confidence and improving weaknesses. HOT Summer Camps are structured for athletes to further their volleyball skills over the course of a 1 week volleyball intensive camp. The camps focus on isolating and improving an athlete’s athleticism and knowledge for the sport through conditioning and training. These off-season training sessions prepare players skill sets and build confidence for the upcoming volleyball season. This program focuses on the individual and helps each athlete reach their goals and progress to the next level. 

  • Camps will focus on the individual training of an athlete & team concepts & strategy.
  • Camps will teach volleyball fundamentals of passing, setting, attacking, and serving, combined with conditioning and game play.
  • Endurance & Movement Training.
  • Groups will be divided by age and/or skill-level for best training.
  • Coaches will include current and former collegiate athletes.
  • All Camps are co-ed

Contact Info for

Director Traci Edwards

Call/Text: 646-418-4926

(8:00am – 5:30pm | Mon-Fri)



Ages 6 – 15

Riverside Park

June 12 – August 25

Half Day: $400

Full Day: $550

Multi-Week & Sibling Discount Available

Fort Washington

July 17 – August 18

Half Day: $275

Full Day: $400

Multi-Week & Sibling Discount Available

Want to know more details?

for multi-sport Summer Camp in two locations

Additional Information

  • Riverside Park / Fort Washington Park
  • Ages 6 – 15
  • Please bring/wear:
    • 2 Camp shirts will be given – Must be worn daily.
    • Water bottles – water fountains located on-site.
    • Knee padsrecommended for playing. Available for purchase on-site for $28.
    • Athletic wear – gym shorts, sweatpants, t-shirts, etc. No jeans, flannels.
    • Athletic sneakers are required!
    • No jewelry allowed! (necklaces, chains, earrings, bracelets, etc)
    • From shoes to shirts, proper attire is IMPORTANT for everybody safety!
    * Additional Fees for Early Drop-Off & Late Pick-Up. If earlier than 8:15am or later than 5:30pm MORE fees will be added.
  • Location:
    Enter park – West 103rd Street/Riverside Drive, walk down steps and down path. Towards Ellington in the Park Cafe Lower Level in Riverside Park (Look for umbrellas).
    Your child will be on the cafe’s lower level, near the courts.

Typical Daily Schedule

8:45am -9:00am Campers arrive at Riverside Park (105th St Courts / Riverside Dr) or Fort Washington Park (Discovery Courts 158th St / Riverside Dr)

9:00am – 9:45am Campers break into groups by ages and go through a daily stretching, conditioning, and skill warmups

9:45am – 12:00pm Morning drills involving all basic skills

12:00pm – 12:30pm Lunch

12:30pm – 2:45pm Afternoon Skills Review, Learn and Work Team Concepts and Play

2:45pm – 3:00pm Camp wrap up and snack.

3:00pm – 3:15pm Athletes are dismissed at Riverside Park (105th St Courts / Riverside Dr) or Fort Washington Park (Discovery Courts 158th St / Riverside Dr)


Daily Breakdown of Camp:

MondayEvaluations and Begin Training – Athletes go through a series of drills so coaches can get a sense of experience and skill sets in order to help each individual athlete. Athletes are placed into small groups according to age and skill level. Play before lunch and at the end of the day.

TuesdaySkills Development – Athletes are divided into small groups by skill and age in order to focus on learning a skill never done before or fine tuning the skill they already know whether it is passing, setting, hitting, serving and setting. Play before lunch and at the end of the day.

WednesdayPut Skills and Team into Motion – Athletes (All Ages and Levels) work on a progression of the different skills and begin to put it into motion in a team setting. Play before lunch and at the end of the day.

Thursday Skills and League Development Play – Athletes (All Ages and Levels) work transitions & team concepts and put it into motion with games and friendly competition in groups of 2, 3, 4 ,5 or 6.

FridayIntramurals Tournament & Team Play – Great warmup and review for all skills and everything learned during the week. Then Intramurals take place. Play games in the morning and afternoon where they can put all the skills and team concepts into action to show the growth and hard work that each athlete has put in this week. Athletes are awarded for their hard work at the end of the tournament. Parents are welcome to observe the games.

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