2022 Summer skating and hockey camps





B2B Elite Edges

(For figure skaters and hockey players)

NoCo Ice Center

Fort Collins / Windsor, Colo.

Two mini camps – 10.-12. June and 24-26. June

Intensive training experience for all levels, from first steps to elite competitors, and designed to cover all aspects of a skater’s training. This all-encompassing curriculum, designed by Professional Skaters Association (PSA) -rained trainers with a background in TRX, strength training and strength, offers a comprehensive cross-training program.

More information Back to Basics Athletics

Contact: Liz Egetoe, 910-232-6116, back2basicsathletics@gmail.com

Starzone summer camps for hockey players

Arcadia Arena

Rimbo, Sweden

Designed for high and ambitious youth and junior players, this international champion will challenge players to work on their individual skills as well as their individual tactics to help them become stronger in different game situations. The coaches have a high level of knowledge and experience in working with youth and junior players at a high level. The program provides unique training from the Swedish / European method.

4.-9. July (year of birth 2007-2014)

July 10-16 (year of birth 2005-2011)

July 17-24 (year of birth 2005-2011)

More information Back to Basics Athletics Contact: Liz Egetoe, 910-232-6116, back2basicsathletics@gmail.com


Ice Chalet summer camps

Knoxville, Tenn.

Camps for beginners and intermediate, 27.-29. June, Monday to Friday, at 14.30-15.30

Excel On-Ice Camp – For skaters working on flips, loops, axels or higher; $ 124 / week

Aspire to Greatness Camp – For skaters working on half and single rotation jumps; $ 124 / week

Learn-to-skate camps – $ 94 for first week; $ 72 additional weeks

More information / registration

Contact: 865-588-1858


ICE at The Parks Summer Figure Skating Clinics

Arlington, Texas

Weekly summer art skating clinics for Alpha through Freestyle 10 skating levels plus synchronized skating. Clinics provide concentrated teaching, both on and off the ice. Excellent opportunity to improve current skating skills, learn skills from higher levels and increase self-confidence, endurance and speed.

Clinic date

High Clinic (Freestyle 5-10): 13.-16. June

Synchronous Clinic: 20.-23. June

Low and Intermediate Clinic (Alpha-Delta, Freestyle 1-4): 27.-30. June

High Clinic (Freestyle 5-10): 18.-21. July

Low and middle clinic (Alpha-Delta, Freestyle 1-4): 25.-28. July

(For 5 years and up)

Time schedule

8: 15-8: 45 Class – Ironing, movements in the field, style, posture and posture

8: 45-9: 30 Freestyle training session

9.30-10 class

10-10: 45 Freestyle training session

10: 45-11: 00 Ice Cut

11-11: 30 off-ice Monday, Tuesday and Thursday

11-11: 30 Classroom Wednesday

Friday Freestyle Sessions: 6: 30-7: 15, 7: 15-8, 8: 15-9, 9-9: 45, 9: 45-10: 30

Fee: $ 100, 1st or only one week; $ 90, 2nd or more weeks or 2nd family member

Further information / registration: Caroline Baker, 817-419-0095


Ice in Paradise Summer skating and hockey camp

Goleta, California.

13.-17. June, 20-24. June, 11-15. July, 18-22. July, 1-5. August and 8.-12.

The camp is offered to skaters of all levels ages 4 to 14. No skating experience is required. Staffed by professional Ice in Paradise figure skating trainers, it provides an opportunity for skaters to gain a head start on their skating skills, meet new friends and have fun.

Full day: 9 a.m.-3 p.m., $ 400

Extended day: 9 a.m.-5 p.m., $ 450

Sibling discount; offered proportionately

More information

Contact: Breanne Bonilla, breanne@iceinparadise.org; 805-879-1550


Miami Skating School summer camps

Goggin Ice Center

Oxford, Ohio

Elite Synchronized Skating Experience, July 16-20

An in-depth look into the life of a Miami University college synchronized skating athlete. Must be a high school student in the fall of 2022

Synchronized skating experienceJuly 21-24

Newly formatted synchronized skating experience offers a camp to develop individual and synchronized team skating skills.

For ages 9-16

Jr. Elite Synchronized Skating Experience, July 24-27

An Introductory Look Into the Life of a Miami University University Synchronized Skating Athlete.

For ages 12-17

Figure skating school27.-31. July

Designed to further develop individual skating skills and techniques, improve performance and help build confidence through training on ice and off-ice.

More information: MiamiOH.edu/ICE

Contact: 513-529-9803


Byen St. Peters Rec-Plex summer camps

St. Peters, Mo.

Rink Rats Summer Hockey Camp

13.-17. June, 20-34. June, 11-15. July, 18-22. July, 25-29. July, 1-5. August, 8.-12.

9.00-15.00; $ 252 / $ 210 (member)

For ages 7-12. Campers must have basic hockey experience and full equipment required to participate. Participants will develop agility, balance, speed and teamwork, plus have fun playing various mini-games and exercises and training for a scrimmage at the end of the camp week.

Summer Learn to Skate Camp

13.-17. June, 11-15. July, 25-29. July, 8.-12. August

9.00-15.00; $ 252 / $ 210 (member)

Camp is designed for beginners through Beta-level skaters. Participants will enjoy lessons, games on the ice and activities outside the ice, and they will learn and practice a routine to be performed at the end of the camp.

Summer intermediate skating camp

20.-24. June, 18-22. July, 1-5. August

9.00-15.00; $ 252 / $ 210 (member)

Designed for Gamma through Freestyle 2 skaters ages 7 to 12. Camp introduces ice dancing, synchronized skating, artistry and choreography while building cardio fitness. Skaters will also learn and practice a routine to be performed at the end of camp.

Summer Elite Figure Skating Camp

June 27-1. July

9.00-15.00; $ 252 / $ 210 (member)

Designed for Freestyle 2 for Platinum level skaters aged 7 to 18. Camp consists of five days packed with exciting and useful training techniques that skaters can use in daily training and competition. An intensive training program on and off the ice that will improve skating skills. Freestyles incorporated into the camp for extra training with your private instructor. Skaters divided by skating level.

More information / registration

Contact: Leslie Deason, ldeason@stpetersmo.net


REACH 2022 SKØTECAMP

NSC Super Rink

Blaine, Minn.

Offers both training on and off the ice to help individual skaters “REACH” their full potential. Classes included jumping technique, spins, choreography, on-ice power class, edge class, off-ice dance class, off-ice ump technique and adaptation, endurance / cardio, off-ice fitness class. Coaches include Doug Ladret, Ben Agosto, Douglas Razzano, Katherine Hill and Ethan Burgess.

July 7 at 13-17

July 8 at 9-17

July 9 at 9-15

$ 350 if registered by May 15 ($ 375 if registered by May 16)

More information/Registration

Contact: Jane Schaber, 763-717-3891, jschaber@superrink.org; Karen Olson, kolson@superrink.org


South Suburban Sports Complex Summer Skate Camps

Littleton, Colo.

Summer Skate Camps – Skaters must have passed ISI Gamma or above or US Figure Skating Basic 8

Tuition is offered Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

June 13-17

June 2024

4-8 July

July 25-29

Time schedule

8.30-9.00 Heating of the camp

9-9: 30 Camp technique

9: 40-10: 30 Camp Fresh Skates

10: 40-11: 10 Camp Power / Edge Class

11: 10-11: 30 Snack break

11:30 – 12:15 Camp Off-Ice Class

12: 15-12: 30 Camp Cool Down

12:30 Skater pickup

Sign up online: ssprd.org

Contact: 303.798.7515


Yellowstone Skate Camp

Gallatin is

Bozeman, Mont.

Yellowstone Skate Camps, open to all skaters, includes 9.5 hours of ice time, 4.5 hours of ice cream seminars, 2 hours of off-ice classes, all meals and snacks and three of the “Best of Bozeman” excursions (relaxation by hot) Springs, Hiking and Outdoor Team Building).

The price is $ 350 with the option to purchase private lessons from guest trainers. Daily rates are also available. Out-of-town attendees can book rooms at the Best Western Plus GranTree for $ 119 a night if they mention the Yellowstone Camp Series when booking.

Sign up online

Contact: Jonathon O’Dougherty, jodougherty@gallatinice.org


The Ice Sports Industry (ISI) was founded in 1959 – the creator of the United States’ first learn-to-skate curriculum – an international industry association that encompasses all aspects of the ice sports industry. Our goal is to promote ice skating as a participatory sport and recreational activity for everyone – all ages and abilities. For more information, visit skateisi.org.



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