Brown Tennis CampThe junior camp for ages 8 through 18 is designed to accommodate all levels. Each camper will have a 1/2 hour private lesson with a camp counselor. The camp will utilize Brown University's 14 outdoor tennis courts and will have access to the 4 indoor tennis courts located at the Pizzitola Athletic Complex on the Brown campus.
JUNIOR CAMP DATES/FEES
June 23 - 27 * July 7 - 11
Boarding Fee: $600.00 * Day Camper Fee: $400.00
Overnight camp session runs from Sunday at 12noon through Thursday at 4:00 p.m.
Day camp session runs Sunday at 2:00-6:00pm and Monday through Thursday 8:45 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
This tennis program is designed for boys or girls, aged 4-7, and is an excellent and fun-filled introduction into the sport of tennis. There will be various games and activities that incorporate the skills needed to begin to play tennis. It will be challenging and fun while keeping the children active from beginning to end. The session begins Monday and runs through Friday. The times will be 3:30pm to 5:30pm. The cost for the week-long session will be $135.00 or $30.00 per day. Session I runs June 2nd through the 6th. Session II runs through June 9th through the 13th. The after school tennis program will be conducted on the eight Brown University Varsity courts and the four indoor tennis courts at the Pizzitola Athletic Complex are available in case of inclement weather. To register, please use the enclosed registration form. A $50.00 non refundable deposit is due no later than three weeks prior to the first day of camp.
JUNIOR CAMP FEES:
The overnight fee includes professional instruction, all meals, housing and camp T-shirt. The Day camp includes professional instruction and a camp T-shirt. Day campers must bring their own lunch. A non-refundable $200.00 deposit is due with the application form. Full payment is due with applications received after June 1, 2001.
The remaining camp counselors will consist of former and present college players.
Providence, Rhode Island just 45 minutes from Boston and 3 hours from New York City and is easily accessible by car, plane, train, or bus.
The camp will be conducted on the 14 varsity outdoor courts and there are 4 varsity indoor courts available in case of inclement weather. There are also many other outstanding collegiate facilities including squash courts and an Olympic swimming pool supervised by the University's life
For camp information contact Jon Choboy