Badgers Sport Camps

Brock Sports is proud to provide the following sport specific camps. Hosted by our Brock varsity teams and lead by our professional coaching staff these camps are designed to inspire and train young athletes to compete and rise to their next level. Athletes not only improve their technical skills, they are introduced to a variety of physical activities and skills for life long sport participation and healthy lifestyles.


Registration begins April 1


Basketball camp is designed for basketball enthusiasts of all skill levels looking to take their game and conditioning to the next level. Athletes will learn skills, strategies, plays, and receive an introduction to strength and conditioning, and nutrition. This camp focuses on structured fundamental training that will result in skill development and enhance basketball knowledge. Our camp staff teaches the game we love in a team environment that builds friendship and basketball abilities. Whether you’re looking to challenge yourself, improve your skills or just want to try a new sport, Brock Basketball camp is the place to do it. Instructors for this camp come from the Brock Basketball teams along with local basketball coaches. 

Grades SK to 8 

Come join our popular Cheer Camp at Brock University! No previous experience is necessary as campers will be placed into groups according to age. Our cheer camp is designed to build confidence, teamwork, trust, develop physical literacy skills, and celebrate success. The campers will learn stunts, pyramids, dance, tumbling, jumps, and of course cheer! We invite parents and guardians to our final day performance on Friday around 3:30 pm. 

Half-Day Fencing 
Juniors – Finished Grades 2 to 5 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. 
Seniors – Finished Grades 6 to 12 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. 

As a combat sport, fencing calls on agility, reflexes, tactical smarts, discipline, and hand-eye coordination. This graceful sport combines strength, patience, peace of mind, and speed as it improves coordination and posture while providing aerobic exercise and strength training.

Finished Grades 2 to 8

Finished Grades SK to 8

Whether you are a dedicated golfer looking to take your game to the next level, or just beginning to develop your game, this camp is for you! Brock Golf Camps are designed to teach the fundamental skills of golf. Athletes will also build confidence and celebrate success. Athletes will take part in both team and individual contests while spending time on the practice grounds and the golf course; giving them a chance to lower their scores. Athletes will need to bring their own golf clubs. Please note that Golf Camp takes place off campus at the Brock Golf Course located at 2745 Merrittville Highway.  There is no before/after care available for this camp.

Goaltending Academy  
Finished Grades 1 to 11 
The Brock Goaltending Academy is designed to challenge each participant within a positive, education-based environment. Are you interested in preparing for fall tryouts or the new season? Do you want to improve from A or AA to challenge for a AAA spot? This comprehensive, individualized camp will provide the opportunity for just that. Camp will run 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. each day and is located off campus at Seymour-Hannah Arena. Players will receive professional instruction daily. There will be on and off ice training, tactical development through game situations, individual video analysis, 1:4 coach/goalie ratio, daily goalie specific psychological training seminars, and a Brock Goalie Academy jersey. 

Elite Boys Hockey Conditioning  
Finished Grades 8 to 12
Looking at gaining that additional edge on your opponents this coming fall/winter? Head Coach Marty Williamson of the Men’s Hockey Team will push your elite athletes in a high intensity hour of on-ice skating. 

Finished Grades 2 to 11

Join our Varsity volleyball players for a week of skill development in serving, volleying, passing, blocking and spiking. Our Volleyball Camp is designed to teach fundamental skills and to build confidence, learn about teamwork and celebrate success. Activities, drills and modified games will be used throughout the week and athletes will also take part in individual skills contests and tournaments. Athletes also have the opportunity for recreational swimming.