Which States Are Hosting Summer Sports Camps in 2018?


How would you like to spend your summer? If you’re an athlete and would like to take your game to the next level in a fun and positive environment with some of your sport’s top college helping you along the way, then we have just the thing at eCamps!

All of our camps are built upon four core values: excellence, fun, improvement, and sportsmanship. We know that the reason why you’re joining us is to get better on the field, court, or in the pool, but that’s only one piece of the puzzle. It’s important to also focus on the mental side of sport because your mindset can help change an entire perspective about any particular situation you might deal with.

This all sounds great, but how can you know if there is a sports camp nearby you this summer? Well, we’ve broken it all down by sport for you below. Here are all the states (and cities) that we’re offering field hockey, lacrosse, tennis, softball, squash, and swim camps in 2018.

Where will we be seeing you this year? We’re excited to meet you and help take your game to the next level!

Field Hockey

  • California: San Diego
  • Colorado: Denver
  • Connecticut: Lakeville, Fairfield, Greenwich, New Canaan, Pomfret, Trumbull, Wallingford, Westport, Windsor
  • Illinois: Lake Forest
  • Maine: Lewiston
  • Maryland: Stevenson, Owings Mills, Queen Anne’s County, Severna Park
  • Massachusetts: Buzzards Bay, Northampton, South Yarmouth
  • New Hampshire: Henniker, Wolfeboro
  • New Jersey: Lawrenceville, Montclair, Princeton
  • New York: Dobbs Ferry, Pawling, Rye
  • North Carolina: Charlotte, Belmont
  • Pennsylvania: Bryn Mawr
  • Rhode Island: Newport
  • Virginia: Ashland


  • Arizona: Flagstaff (girls only)
  • California: Carpinteria
  • Colorado: Littleton, Glenwood Springs (girls only)
  • Connecticut: Avon, Danbury, Fairfield, Greenwich, Lakeville (girls only), Milford, New Canaan, New Haven, Trumbull, Westport
  • Delaware: Lewes
  • Florida: Fort Myers, Tampa
  • Georgia: Atlanta, Roswell
  • Illinois: Lake Forest
  • Indiana: Bloomington
  • Kentucky: Louisville
  • Maryland: Owings Mills (girls only), Stevenson (girls only)
  • Massachusetts: Buzzards Bay, Hinsdale (boys only), Nantucket, Osterville, Southborough, Springfield
  • Michigan: Kalamazoo (boys only)
  • Minnesota: Minneapolis (boys only)
  • New Hampshire: Wolfeboro
  • New Jersey: Lawrenceville (boys only), Montclair (girls only), Moorestown, Princeton (girls only), Verona (boys only)
  • New York: Albany (boys only), Dobbs Ferry, Pawling, St. Bonaventure (girls only)
  • Ohio: Granville (girls only)
  • Pennsylvania: Bryn Mawr
  • Rhode Island: Newport (girls only)
  • South Carolina: Clemson
  • Texas: Dallas, Houston
  • Vermont: Stratton
  • Virginia: Alexandria
  • Washington: Seattle
  • Wisconsin: Madison


  • California: Big Bear Lake, Carpinteria, Davis, Orange, Redlands, San Diego
  • Colorado: Fort Collins
  • Connecticut: Avon, Fairfield, Wallingford
  • Florida: Lakeland
  • Georgia: Lawrenceville
  • Illinois: DeKalb
  • Iowa: Des Moines, Pella
  • Kentucky: Louisville
  • Maine: Brunswick
  • Maryland: Stevenson
  • Massachusetts: Newton
  • Minnesota: Northfield
  • Missouri: St. Louis
  • New Jersey: Mahwah
  • New York: Amagansett, New York City, Pawling
  • Ohio: Delaware
  • Oregon: Forest Grove
  • Pennsylvania: Swarthmore
  • Texas: College Station
  • Utah: Cedar City
  • Vermont: Londonderry
  • Virginia: Alexandria, Ashland, McLean
  • Wisconsin: Madison


  • California: Carpinteria
  • Connecticut: Danbury, Fairfield, New Britain
  • Maryland: Stevenson
  • Massachusetts: Springfield, Worcester
  • Michigan: Kalamazoo
  • Minnesota: Northfield
  • New Jersey: Mahwah, Newark
  • Virginia: Ashland


  • Connecticut: Hartford, Salisbury, Watertown
  • Massachusetts: Deerfield
  • New Jersey: Lawrenceville
  • Pennsylvania: Bryn Mawr, Pottstown


  • Connecticut: Westport
  • New York: Dobbs Ferry