Challenger Tennis Camp is for campers ages
7-13 years old. This full day camp organizes players by age and skill. Campers will play competitive games paired with age-appropriate instruction. Skill development will focus on stroke mechanics, strategy and scoring.
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
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Welcome to The Adirondack Club Help Center. We have pulled some of the most frequently asked questions from our camp parents and compiled them all into one place. Chances are you’ve got the same questions that were on someone else’s mind. Should you have any other questions that we may have missed,
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WHAT IS A TYPICAL DAY LIKE
IN TENNIS CAMP?
All the activities of a traditional summer camp…with a focus on developing the techniques and tactics of tennis! Available for different experience levels; none, some lessons, and match play. Activities include daily free swim and weekly field trips. Tennis campers enjoy Friday Fun Days too! Ages 5-13; half-day and full-day.
WHAT IS A TYPICAL DAY LIKE IN LITTLE TENNIS CAMP?
Little Tennis campers play on USTA 36 ft. courts with mini-nets. Your tennis player will love making new friends while learning the basics of the game. This camp runs Monday-Friday 9:00 AM-12:00 PM.
Sneakers are required each day in order to participate. Little Tennis campers also enjoy daily swim and our other great camp activities such as arts and crafts, home economics and science!
WHAT IS A TYPICAL DAY LIKE IN CHALLENGER TENNIS CAMP?
Outside of Tennis, a Challenger Camp day includes daily lunch, swimming, arts and crafts, ropes course, science, home economics and fitness, along with weekly off-site field trips. Challenger campers are taught by our counselors and overseen by our tennis pro staff. Sneakers are required each day in order to participate.
HOW ARE THE COUNSELORS SELECTED?
All of our counselors are chosen based on their experience with pre-teens. All counselors are CPR, First Aid and AED certified by the American Red Cross and screened by the state’s CORI/SORI system.