School is out, and summer sports camp season is in! Join BaxterSports for a single day or for the whole week and we guarantee our award-winning blend of sports training, mental focus, and good plain fun will keep your kids happy and active all break long.
BaxterSports has been Portland’s leading sports camp for ten years and we are excited to have your child with us! Take a look at our video to see what a typical camp is like!
Half-day Option: 9am – 12pm / $175
Full-day Option: 9am – 3pm / $275
Indoor Half-day Option: 9am – 12pm/ $205
Indoor Full-day Option: 9am – 3pm / $305
Optional early drop off 8am is $10/day
Optional aftercare until 5pm is $20/day
When we say “All Sports Camp,” we really mean all sports. Your kids will love that every day brings something new, fun, and exciting. From June through August, we run weekly camps at parks and gymnasiums across the Portland metro area, so have a look to see which is nearest to you.
We may play dodgeball one morning and kickball the next; rain might drive us inside for a great game of basketball, or a sunny day could mean we have a great soccer tournament planned. Whatever your son or daughter loves to play, we probably have it on the schedule.
BaxterSports promotes having fun while building new skills, so each day at camp includes sessions devoted to learning something new about the games played, themselves, and new techniques.
This holistic approach is why we are consistently rated the best Summer Sports Camp in Portland.
Thanks for a great introduction to our son’s first ever Baxter Sports Camp! He started off super shy this morning – feeling very nervous about his first time there and with nobody that he knows, but when we picked him up it was obvious that he had had a blast!
– John, New Soccer Dad
Thanks for the fun (for them) and the sanity (for me)!
– Emily, Mom Of 2 Boys
Just wanted to say thanks so much for a great summer!!! I asked Ry if he knew anyone at camp since it was at a new location and he gave me that “10 year old look” and said “mom I know everyone at Baxter camp”. Needless to say he feels right at home.
– Happy Momma