Summer Tennis Camp
General Camp Information
Houghton College Summer Tennis Camp provides a healthy and wholesome atmosphere in which campers who are entering 6-12 grades can enjoy playing tennis and developing friendships. Tennis camp will include over 32 hours of instruction and match play, including game strategy, singles and doubles patterns, mental toughness, video analysis, and form development. Campers will partake in daily stretching and conditioning along with having their fundamental skills individually addressed. Houghton College has 12 varsity tennis courts; six outdoor courts as well as 6 indoor courts in the Kerr Pegula Field House.
- July 16-20, 2017 (Sunday-Thursday)
Arrival and Departure
Check-in will be at the College Flats Lounge between 5 and 7 pm on Sunday. Camp will end after awards dinner, which begins at 6 pm on Thursday evening, July 20.
- Resident Campers: $420 (includes housing and all meals)
- Day Campers: $385 (includes lunches and dinners)
- Register by June 1 to reserve your spot (limited space available)
- $50 deposit required to secure registration
For Further Information
If you have any additional questions regarding camp, please contact:
Houghton College Tennis Camp
Coach Charlie Ellis
One Willard Avenue, Houghton, NY 14744
Houghton College provides quality athletic facilities, including six outdoor tennis courts, four indoor courts available in case of inclement weather, state-of-the-art athletic training area, fully equipped fitness center and weight room, three racquetball courts, a 25-meter swimming pool and ample meeting space.
Safety & Security
New York State Health Regulations require 24 hour continuous visual or verbal supervision of campers age 18 or under. Houghton College follows these regulations and requires specific supervision ratios based on the number of children and the activities that they are performing.
Our summer tennis camp is located on the beautiful campus of Houghton College in the historic Genesee River valley of western New York. The campus is just off Route 19, 65 miles southeast of Buffalo and 70 miles south of Rochester. The Southern Tier Expressway is just 15 miles south.
Required Health Forms
New York State Public Health Law requires that a parent/guardian of all residential campers complete, sign and return the Summer Camp Health Forms.