Sixers Basketball Camps
Since 1985 over 100,000 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 16 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.
During my many summers at Sixers Camp, I not only improved my game, but more importantly, I grew as a person. I was able to meet and interact with new people from different social and ethnic backgrounds. Sixers Camp helped me become a better basketball player as well as it taught me valuable life lessons. It was really a great experience.
My years at Sixers Camp helped me develop the work ethic necessary to improve my skills and take my game to a higher level. Each summer, for those two weeks of camp, I lived basketball 24/7. I will always remember my time at Sixers Camp as some of the most important weeks in my basketball life.
Haverford College Basketball
Read more of the great experiences former campers had at the Philadelphia 76ers Basketball Camps
in Camper Testimonials.
See some of our Philadelphia 76ers Basketball Camp alumni and where they are now.