Ages 6 – 14

Monday - Thursday, June 5-8 

8:00 am – 12:00 pm

This year we will be offering an afternoon session from 12 - 5 pm for those families who need/want a full day of camp.  The afternoon session will not be programmed as much as the morning session and will include movie time, arts and crafts, as well as some additional pool time, rock climbing, yoga, etc.  Lunch is NOT included in the full day camp so campers staying the full day MUST bring their lunch. 

Girls Sports & Rec Camp Only:  $155 if registered by May 12th ($175 after May 12th)

Girls Sports & Rec Camp with Afternoon Camp Session:  $255 ($275 after May 12th)

Register Online

Discount Code available for immediate family members of Westminster Employees.

Discount Code available for siblings. 

Email Traci for the discount code.

Girls attending the Sports & Recreation camp will have the opportunity to participate in a multitude of sports and recreational activities.  The goal of the camp is to introduce girls to as many sports and recreational opportunities as possible.  Girls will have an opportunity to try new sports and recreational activities and learn new skills or practice skills in sports that they may be familiar with.

Possible sports and recreational activities that potentially will be offered are volleyball, basketball, soccer, lacrosse, golf, rock climbing, aquatic activities, fitness fun, hip hop, yoga, pickle ball, track & field, and martial arts.

Questions: Email or Call Traci at 801.832.2862

New WSF Report Reveals that Just 25% of Girls Across the Nation Regularly Engage in Sports & Physical Activity.  Read the Press Release.

By the age of 14, girls are dropping out of sports at two times the rate of boys.

Visit the Women's Sports Foundation to read about the key factors which contribute to this statistic and learn more about how these factors and why it is important for girls to stay in the game.

 1. Girls drop-out at different rates depending on where they live. Sabo, D. and Veliz, P. (2008). Go Out and Play: Youth Sports in America. East Meadow, NY: Women’s Sports Foundation.