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Rockville, MD, 20852
Phone: 240-753-4742

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Stu Vetter Basketball Camps are designed for boys and girls between the ages of 7 and 17.  The philosophy of our basketball camp is to teach the fundamentals of basketball.  These camps are perfect way to keep your kids active, fit and disciplined while also having fun.  Many parents find the camp so successful that they sign for multiple sessions so register now before your session fills up.

All camp hours are from 9:00am-3:00pm. Campers should arrive between 8:30-9:00am on their first day of camp. After the first day, camp doors will not open until 8:50am unless campers are enrolled for extended care. Campers must be picked up in the afternoon by 3:10pm unless they are enrolled for afternoon extended care.

Now your child can learn from one of the greatest High School Basketball Coaches of all time. He has coached over 100 Division I players, Seven NBA players and was twice named National Coach of the Year by USA Today ('85-'86 w/ Flint Hill & '97-'98 w/ St. Johns Prospect Hall).

The camps run from April - August in three locations (Rockville, MD; Frederick, MD; and Chantilly, VA).  The camps are designed for boys and girls 7 - 17 years of age. They are divided into separate groups for competitive balance (when numbers permit). They are grouped together for lectures and fundamental drills. The philosophy at Stu Vetter's Basketball Camps is to teach the fundamentals of basketball. In short, we want everyone to learn and simply have fun!


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Age of Campers:
7 to 17
$200/wk (Please contact camp for exact pricing.)
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  • Basketball


(Please contact camp directly for updated session schedule.)

Session 1 June 14 - 18
Session 2 June 21 - 25
Session 3 June 28 - July 2
Session 4 July 5 - 9
Session 5 July 12 - 16
Session 6 July 19 - 23
Session 7 July 26 - 30



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Honestly...a waste of time. This camp ran for profit only. They had almost 300 kids on two courts in if you want to waste your money and have no true skill training...this is the camp. We have gone to many camps and this was by far the worst for learning skills. Try and call the answer, no service and no follow through. I promise this is the worst camp by far!
Comment on : 13 September, 2013
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