About the Summer Camps:

For the past twenty years, Shoreline Sports has offered sports camps that focus on an instruction-based curriculum in both sports and scripture.

Our camps are led by an administrator with 30+ years experience leading sports programs, a program director with 10+ years leading here at Shoreline Sports, a leadership team of 7 experienced directors and almost three dozen young counselors and coaches. Because our Summer Sports Camps require a top-notch staff, we demand extensive training for each worker. All of our workers go through 10+ hours of training on topics such as: sharing the gospel, what their role is, how to deal with difficult children, how to handle injuries, what to expect from camps, and many more.

Structure of Camps:

Camps are typically 2.5 hours per day, Monday through Friday.

Because the camps are intended as a vehicle of instruction, the director will focus 80 – 90% of the time on skill-building. The time dedicated to scrimmaging increases each day.

Devotions will be presented each day of camp for 15 – 20 minutes. They will always be interactive with verbal reactions encouraged by the coaches.

Our typical attendance during the summer is 1,500 or more campers.

Want to know a little more about the directors who will be running our summer camps? CLICK HERE

Shoreline Sports Camps 2020 Policies and Procedures:

In response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Shoreline Sports Camps 2020 will be run very differently from our previous 22 years. Here are some notes on how we plan to handle our camp operations.

1. The schedule has been adjusted to reduce all camps to 2 hours as we will not have a snack bar or team games outside the campers group.
2. All campers will be in a group (team) of 10 or fewer participants. Each group will have 2-3 coaches who will stay with the group the entire two hours.
3. Campers will stay in one area of the gym or on the field and will not rotate to various stations. The 2-3 coaches will teach all the regular stations to their own group.
4. During devotions, campers are allowed to eat a snack from home, but no sharing is allowed. All campers need to have their own marked water bottle.
5. Each group will have its own equipment, and it will be cleaned after each group’s use.
6. We will have an on-site health and safety coordinator for every camp.
7. We request that any parent or sibling staying to observe the camp wear a mask and stay in the area where their camper’s group is participating.
8. We ask that all observers practice social distancing with anyone outside their family.
9. The gym will be sanitized each night; the bathroom will be sanitized throughout the day.
10. The drinking fountain will be turned off, so please make sure your camper has plenty of water.

For a video explanation and demonstration of our new policies / procedures, check out our COVID-19 Updates Page

2020 Summer Camp Schedule

(All grades are as of Fall 2020)

Outdoor Camps:

Flag Football Camp – July 6-10

  • 9:30am – 11:30am

Soccer Camp – July 13-17

  • 9:30am – 11:30am

Softball and Baseball Camp – August 3-7

  • 9:30am – 11:30am

All Outdoor Camp Grades:

  • K – 6th will be offered at the same time for all outdoor camps. However, they will be split into two groups (k-2nd / 3rd-6th) within the camp.

Indoor Camps:

Basketball Camps – July 20-24, August 10-14

  • K-3rd: 9:30am – 11:30am
  • 4th & above: 12:30pm – 2:30pm

Volleyball Camps – July 6-10, August 3-7

  • 3rd – 8th: 12:00pm – 2:00 pm

Cheer Camp – July 6-10

  • K – 6th: 9:30am – 11:30am

Non-Sports Camps:

Performing Arts Week – August 17-21

  • Dance:
    • K-2nd grade: 8:00am – 10:00am
    • 3rd-above: 10:30am – 12:30pm
  • Music:
    • 3rd & above: 1:00pm – 3:00pm
  • Theatre:
    • 3rd & above: 3:15pm – 5:15pm
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CLICK HERE to register for any of our summer camps

San Diego Missions Trip

We will not be going down to San Diego this year, but it is still an important cause to us here at Shoreline Sports and we hope to be able to return next year.

About 10 years ago we started taking our summer camp staff to San Diego to run the same type of sports camps we run here, down there. These churches do not have a program like Shoreline Sports nor do they have the capability of running camps on their own. The San Diego week is a blessing to those churches but it is also a huge blessing to our workers. This week is completely volunteer for our workers and we do not charge the churches anything. We pay for this week through donations and fundraising. If you are interested in donating towards the San Diego trip you can head to our PayPal page and use the top “Pay Now” button to input whatever donation you want to give.

Click here to find out a little bit more about why the San Diego trip is so important to us here at Shoreline Sports.