2022 Summer Wrestling Camps

Day & Weekend Camps

North Jersey Summer Day Camp

Summer Day Camps with The Wrestling Coach designed around getting your athlete wrestling with Outdoors for the family, world class technical training and fun in mind. Don’t pay a babysitter, send your kids to Wrestling Day Camp with The Wrestling Coach.

Summer 2022:

Monday – Thursday 9am – 2pm

Week 1: July 11 – 14th

Week 2: July 18 – 21st

North Jersey Weekend Clinics

Weekly  Clinics with The Wrestling Coach designed around getting your athlete wrestling with world class technical training and fun in mind. 

Sundays through July

Level 2, 3, & 4: 1pm – 2:30pm

Level 1: 2:30pm – 3:30pm

1-2 week Summer Camp

Vermont summer camp

Vermont Sleepaway Summer Camp

July 31st – August 13th

Bookings are now open. Camp is in the Green Mountains of Vermont.
Sleep-away camp is reserved to 6 athletes per
age group. Campers are Ages 12-19. Level 2, 3 and 4.  Camp is limited to
18 wrestlers.


How will your wrestler be spending the summer?

First and foremost our day camp program is focused on having fun. Each day begins with instruction during group sessions where campers work on individual skill development. Camp is a time for growth in a child. A time to learn and gather new experiences outside of their traditional school setting. We foster this idea at our day camps while building your child’s interest in wrestling and fitness.

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About Camp

The Wrestling Coach offers some of the best da and overnight camps your child could attend. Read below to find out why.

A good summer camp boosts confidence and self-esteem.

It is refreshing to conquer new challenges outside of the academic and social groups that often shape our children’s lives during the school year. Kids feel a sense of accomplishment every day during our wrestling summer camp. Learning new skills builds confidence in your child and our summer camp is built with this focus in mind. The summer wrestling camp instills in your wrestler confidence, high self esteem, motor skills, and social skills.

Camp is the best time to start Wrestling!

Due to the small 8:1 student to coach ratio our Level 1 Summer camp is the best time for a wrestler to begin their career. Special attention is paid to their development and progress throughout the week. While making sure the atmosphere is always upbeat and fun, our program focuses on getting your child enthralled in the sport and loving the self confidence it brings.

When are camps?

North Jersey Weekend Day Camps Spring 2021: With wrestling practices being hard to access and multiple exposures during the week increasing chances for contact, we decided to hold weekend day camps to help your wrestler stay up to date on skills and continue progressing in a safe, small group environment. Camps are limited to 12 athletes and are booking quick. Masks, Temp checks and HEPA13 filtration are in place for additional safety. More details by clicking on the tab below under upcoming camps.

Summer Camps Summer 2022: Running the first two weeks of  August in Londonderry, Vermont students can attend one week or the entire series. Cost is $951.52 / week for Sunday drop off and Saturday pickup. Family discounts are available. Please contact us here for more information on group pricing for your team, please note each week is limited to 18 participants.

The same progressive coaching in a fun outdoor environment. Combine Summer Camp with Wrestling. The Vermont Wrestling Adventure Camp is July 31st – August 13th at CLTA Vermont. More details by clicking on this link.

Why more than one week?

At the beginning of the camp athletes start learning a progressive series of techniques. By the final week they will have mastered those techniques. Most wrestling camps have technicians that while world class, may only spend one or two sessions with your wrestler. Our camp is designed to be progressive with programming that builds on each previous session, the goal for your child is to have a mastery of the technique by the final week of camp. Because of this progressive instruction we can introduce techniques often thought too challenging to teach to developing wrestlers.

Make Wrestling Fun