Overnight Field Hockey Camps



The power of a Revolution Field Hockey Camp starts with meeting people from other cities and states who love what you do- Field Hockey! Working hard together on the field quickly translates into friendships in the dorms, lounges and dining halls. Our staff loves to laugh and have a good time and it shows as they let their guard down during off-field activities such as a game of spike ball or a talent show.

The 9am – 8pm daily schedule spreads the progressive curriculum across a total of 9 skill & scrimmage sessions. Learning how to compete on the field, enjoying the process and then sharing a favorite song and talking about life at their schools over an ice cream are what camp is all about.

Whether you leave after the evening scrimmage session (as an extended day camper) or stay in the dorms with our staff- you will gain life long skills. Our campers practice self-advocacy, being comfortable being uncomfortable, making healthy food choices and getting those exercise endorphins flowing!


  • Revolution Field Hockey Authentic Reversible Jersey, Water bottle, Lanyard, & Ball
  • Fun-filled Evening Activities* (Skit Night, Scavenger Hunts, Movie Night, Ice Cream Party, Jeopardy and more! )
  • Speed & Agility Workouts*
  • Nutrition Seminars *
  • Yoga*
  • Leadership Workshops*
  • Combine Testing*
  • Personal Evaluations
  • Take Home Drill Booklet filled with motivational stories, team & individual drills, fitness training & fun
  • Daily Prizes & Camp Awards

*Varies Per Location

Day One

12:00pm – Registration for Commuters and Overnight Campers
1:00pm-2:00pm Orientation
2:00pm – Campus Tour, Introductions & Ice Breakers
2:30pm-4:30pm – Field Hockey Session// Skill Assessments
4:30pm-5:00pm – Extra Help & Dorm Meetings
5:00pm-5:45pm – Dinner
6:00- Roll Call and Visualization
6:15pm-8:30pm – Field Hockey Scrimmages
8:30pm – Optional Play the Coaches + Showers
8:30pm – Commuter Dismissal
9:30pm – Dorm Games and Socializing
10:30pm Lights Out

Days 2 & 3

7:00 – Wake Up
7:30 – Breakfast
8:45 – Commuters Arrive
9:00 – Daily Theme Workshop
9:30 – 11:30 Skills & Position Training
11:30 – Cool Down & Extra Help
12:00pm – Lunch
1:00 – 2:00pm Spike Ball, Frisbee & Recess Games
2:30pm-4:30pm – Field Hockey Session// Strategy & Game Concept Training
4:30pm-5:00pm – Extra Help & Skit Practice/ Scavenger Hunt
5:00pm – Dinner
6:00- Mandatory Rest
6:45pm-8:30pm – Field Hockey Scrimmages
8:30pm – Optional Play the Coaches + Showers
8:30pm – Commuter Dismissal
9:30pm – Dorm Games and Socializing/ Evening Meetings
10:30pm Lights Out

Day 4

7:00 – Wake Up
7:30 – Breakfast
8:45 – Commuters Arrive
9:00 – Team Meetings/ Pre-Game Warm-Ups
9:30 – 11:00 Tournament Play
11:15 – Cool Down & Graduation
12:00pm – Dismissal

Here is a guide of “Insider Tips” for first time campers.
For a downloadable PDF CLICK HERE

  1.  Some helpful conversations for parents to have with kids before camp
    • Help your child understand how to get a healthy balance of food in the dining hall
    • The importance of sleep, so they can make the most of the next day of camp.
    • The importance of hydration, especially during the heat of summer. This is good to start a week before camp so kids get into good habits once camp starts
    • Practice setting an alarm in the morning and be able to wake themselves up in the morning. (Coaches will knock on their doors in the morning as a backup, but all campers are required to get up and be ready for breakfast)
  2. Campers are allowed to bring electronics to camp, but they are responsible for keeping track of them. Phones and other electronics are not allowed on the field in order to maintain focus during training sessions. The best time to catch your child on the phone is most likely after lunch in the break around 1-2pm or in the evening after 8:30pm.
  3. We recommend kids shouldn’t bring any more than $20 – $30 for the occasional pizza or camp store item.
  4. Personal snack foods are allowed
    • Some type of granola bar or power bar
    • Whole fruits like apples or bananas (these will be available to take from the dining hall as well)
    • Pretzels are great for carbs
    • Do not bring anything that needs to be refrigerated, not all schools have personal units
    • Rather than bringing a case of water, we suggest packing powdered drink packets such as Gatorade packets or liquid Mio Brand.
  5. Things to bring to help the camper have more fun during the rest time
    • A deck of playing cards
    • Bluetooth speaker to play music
    • Book or Magazine
    • Frisbee
  • This is the best field hockey camp I have ever attended! I loved the coaches and made a ton of friends during the week.

    Samanta A. - Camper
  • The coaches were very enthusiastic and gave me the confidence that my daughter will have a blast at camp.

    Dianne T. - Mom