FROM NOW UNTIL DECEMBER 28, 2013
Sixers Holiday Hoops Classic - Dec. 26-28, 2013.
Register today and all campers receive tickets to a Sixers game and invitation to a private practice.
Sixers Basketball Camps
Since 1985 over 70,000 campers from over 40 states and 40 countries (International Campers) have attended the Philadelphia 76ers Basketball Camps. From the ages of five to 17, Sixers Camp programs meet the needs of all skill levels.
The Philadelphia 76ers Overnight Camp combines a traditional camp setting with a developmental basketball program. Campers participate in two hours of instruction and play two league games daily, but still have an opportunity to boat, swim, fish, and play miniature golf, table tennis, beach volleyball and a host of other activities supervised by our activities director.
The Philadelphia 76ers Skills Academy an intense skills development for boys 12-15.
The Philadelphia 76ers Day Camps has 18 sites providing a great learning experience for the beginner as young as seven to kids as old as 13. Each camp is directed by a coach based in his or her community.
Little Sixers Day Camps provide a half-day basketball learning experience for boys and girls between the ages of 5 and 7 at over 20 locations throughout the area.
The Philadelphia 76ers One-on-One Camps offer individualized and small group instruction from outstanding coaches.
For over two decades, I have been fortunate to be associated with the Sixers Camps. For many years, I served as a camp counselor and now I return as a lecturer. It is an outstanding camp that provides great basketball instruction. Great facilities and a place that provides a camp experience that every basketball player would want the opportunity to experience during the summer. It is the type of camp that my son will hopefully attend when he is of the age to play
Coach/Counselor – 1990-2007
Assistant Coach/ NBA Advance Scout- Timberwolves
Friday morning: you would get up early, eat some French toast, rush to clean your cabin, and then, by 9:30, you’d be walking to your championship game. I went to camp to win, sure, but much more than that: to be part of a team, to be around basketball from dawn to well beyond dusk. Ultimately, I kept returning to Sixers Camp because I met people who I never would have otherwise, and over time built friendships with them, both fellow campers and staff, that I still have today
Read more of the great experiences former campers had at the Philadelphia 76ers Basketball Camps
in Camper Quotes.