2018 SUMMER HOCKEY CAMPS
The Burlington Pond is pleased to announce, Burlington Native, Laura Ellis has joined our Summer Camps Team! Laura is currently playing hockey for the University of Toronto Varsity Blues, while completing her undergrad in Kinesiology. Laura, is also an alumni of the Stoney Creek Sabres Jr A Team (PWHL) and is a graduate of Nelson High School.
General Information about our Camps…
THE POND’S DAY CAMPS ARE BASED AROUND FUN & DEVELOPMENT
Learn from Pond Certified Coaches! Our Coaches are guaranteed to bring your child to the next level.
All campers receive Power Skating, Shooting & Puck Control Sessions by Pond Certified Instructors. Full Day campers receive fun shinny hour supervised and control by Pond Certified Staff!
Our Hockey Camps are not for beginner skaters. Participants must be playing in a hockey league or participate in a hockey program
Typical age range is between 5 – 12 years old.
Half Day Camp 9am – 12pm HL Players/9am – 1pm Rep Players
Campers receive 2 hours on the ice
Two instructional sessions; one focusing on Power skating and one focusing on Puck Control
Full Day Camp 9am – 4pm HL & Rep Players
Campers receive 3 hours on the ice
Two instructional sessions; one focusing on Power skating and one focusing on Puck Control as well as one “fun hour” where the skaters will play games on the ice as well as 3 on 3
Typical Day Schedule:
8:45am – 9:00am – Drop off
9:10am – Power Skating
10:00am – Nutrition Break
11:10am – Puck Control
12:00pm – Lunch
1:00pm – Off ice activates
2:00pm – Fun Skate / 3 on 3 Game / On Ice Activities and Games
3:00pm – 4:00pm – Off ice activities/Pick up
This is what has been said about our camps at The Pond:
“My son was in the hockey camp over the Christmas holidays. I just wanted to let you know that absolutely nothing could keep him away from that camp…he had the time of his life. All the people that were there that week were awesome to put it lightly…I would definitely recommend the camps there and would love to have Justin participate in more. In the past two years that he has played hockey, he has never been so happy or confident as he was on the ice at the Pond and now in BLOMHA“