Volleyball Camps in Cleveland
‘Summer volleyball camps’ mean different things to different people. For children who just want to have a good time, summer camps are a great way to meet other kids and have some fun playing a sport they love. Non-competitive summer sports camps organized by the YMCA of Cleveland dedicate a full week to volleyball.
On the other hand, for young athletes who want to improve their volleyball skills in time for varsity or college selections, summer volleyball camps are an athletic pursuit. Volleyball is one of the most popular sports in the country and more than 40 million Americans enjoy playing the sport. In order to measure up to the immense competition in this sport, athletes need all the additional touches and instructions that they can get. This is where the top volleyball camps in Cleveland like VBClinics Volleyball Camps come in!
The Cleveland Volleyball Company conducts summer volley ball camps as well as summer specialty training sessions. These specialty training sessions are position specific and focus on outside hitter, middle & right side hitter, serving, setter and passing. The Academy Volleyball Camp (AVC) is open to both boy and girl athletes. You can opt for camps like Minis Volleyball, Developmental, AVC Try Outs and Youth Skills Camp.
College & University Volleyball Camps
Private camps have a lot to offer youth athletes but only college/university camps can offer the full-blown campus experience. The overnight camp, in particular, is the perfect way for young athletes to get well acquainted with the campus, dormitories, coaches and playing facilities. The Cleveland State University (CSU) is home to the CSU Vikings team and they offer a list of summer volleyball camps within the campus.
In close proximity to Cleveland city, the Kent State University Women’s Volleyball Camp is reputed and well-known. Other top options in the surrounding area include the University of Toledo Women’s Volleyball Camp, Zips Volleyball Camp in the University of Akron and Bearcats Volleyball Camp in the University of Cincinnati.
Choose a summer volleyball camp that maintains a good coach to camper ratio (between 1:8 and 1:14) and offers plenty of quality drill time as against just against-the-wall drills. Campers are generally separated based on their skill-levels; and you can choose from options like all-skills camp, position specific camps, basic, intermediate and advanced camps and others. Don’t hesitate to call the camp director to ask about the camps and any other specifics, once you have narrowed down your list. The top summer volleyball camps in Cleveland are designed to give athletes a competitive edge as they approach high school and college team selections.