Summer fun: camps & clinics for kids! 

Registration is open!

Important:

  • Scholarships are available for income eligible families for camps. Please download the application form or contact our front desk at 540-825-0000. Please allow two weeks for the application to be processed.
  • All Access members receive 10% off the camp fee.
  • $10 discount for sibling in the same camp.
  • All camps will meet in the recreation center.
  • Campers should wear sneakers/athletic shoes and bring their own water bottle and snacks.

REGISTRATION OPTIONS:

  • You may stop by 19002 Crossroad Parkway in Culpeper or call our front desk to sign up: 540-825-0000.
  • MEMBERS: you may log in via the member portal and register. After logging in, choose “courses/events schedule,” then select the month of the camp and PATH Recreation & Fitness Center. The list of camps for that month will display.
  • NON-MEMBERS: You may create an account & register. Please visit this link for instructions, and give us a call if you have any questions. After logging in, choose “courses/events schedule,” then select the month of the camp and PATH Recreation & Fitness Center. The list of camps for that month will display.
  • Inquiries may also be sent to prfc@culpeperwellness.org

BASEBALL CAMP with elite college baseball players from the Culpeper Cavaliers, Culpeper’s Valley Baseball League franchise

June 10-14, 12:00 noon – 2:00 pm

Camp fee: $120 

Description: All positions are welcome. Camp participants will receive instruction from a diverse group of high level college ball players from all over the country. The Culpeper Cavaliers collegiate summer baseball team franchise is operated by Culpeper Community Baseball. The organization’s mission is to provide a fun-filled, family-oriented, memorable experience and be a model program in terms of helping youth and the community in general. Don’t miss this opportunity for high level baseball instruction! Learn more about the Cavaliers!

Youth athletes practicing batting skills in camp with the Culpeper Cavaliers

Batting drills during the 2024 camp with the Cavs

Baseball camp group of youth participants and Culpeper Cavaliers players

Campers and Cavs players during the 2023 camp


ATHLETE SCULPTING CAMP: Strength Training X Speed & Agility Training with Marcus Haywood

June 17 – 21, 12:00 noon – 4:00 pm

Camp fee: $180 

Description: Learn how to build and improve the strength, balance, speed, agility and movement needed for better sports performance by any athlete, at any level, on any playing surface. There will be modifications and advancement available in each exercise and drill for each athlete. Athletes will need water, tennis shoes, and a towel.

Participants will work with Marcus Haywood, a certified functional strength coach and certified personal trainer. More than ten years of working with clients of all ages has developed his expertise in supporting athlete performance training, strength and conditioning, and weight loss goals. He has worked with individual and team training and taught the sports performance class for youth at PRFC. For the second year, Marcus was recently voted “Best Trainer” in the Star Exponent’s annual survey, Best of Your Hometown.

Personal trainer directing youth in agility drills

Strength & agility stations in our functional fitness room during summer 2024’s camp

Youth agility camp participants during agility drill

Agility work in the recreation center during our 2023 camp


MIDDLE SCHOOL BASKETBALL with coach Bobby Zajkowski

June 24 – 28, 2:30 – 4:30 pm

Camp fee: $120

This basketball camp for boys & girls will focus on skills work and game play; improvement of muscular endurance. cardiovascular fitness, balance and coordination; and development of fundamental movement skills

Coach Zajkowski is a middle school basketball coach and a personal trainer at Powell Wellness Center.

Passing drill during middle school basketball camp

Passing drills

Coach Zajkowski with camp participants


NEW! YOUTH PICKLEBALL CAMP with Kat Blanco July 8 – 12, 2024

Youth ages 8 – 12

2:00 – 4:00 pm, camp fee $120

Description: Learn the basics of the fastest growing sport in the nation! Become a pickleball player through games, swing practice, fun drills & understanding of scoring. Learn sportsmanship and gain confidence while developing a love for the game.

Camp manager Kat Blanco is a certified pickleball instructor and experienced coach.

Ready to play!


ELEMENTARY & MIDDLE SCHOOL COED VOLLEYBALL CLINICS with Olivia Masaitis

July 15 – 19, 2024

Elementary school age players: 12:00 noon – 2:00 pm, camp fee $120

Middle school age players: 2:00 – 4:00 pm, camp fee $120

Description: Camp participants will developing and fine tuning basic volleyball skills. They will also learn the defensive and offensive skills of serving, passing, setting, hitting and blocking through conditioning, volleyball drills and games. For elementary school age participants, this camp is an introduction to the game of volleyball. For middle school players who might have their eye on volleyball as a high school sport, this developmental camp will help build the skills and understanding of game play to prepare for high school tryouts.

Camp manager Olivia Masaitis brings both playing and coaching experience to the program. She has 9 years of experience coaching volleyball players from 6 to 18 years old, from beginner to advanced skill levels and is currently the varsity volleyball coach at Culpeper County High School. Her experience as a player includes competitive play as a defensive specialist with the Eastern View High School Cyclones and Greensboro College Pride. She is also a certified volleyball official. Olivia is currently the health & physical education teacher at Culpeper Floyd T. Binns Middle School. She has a Master’s degree in Sport Management & Biomechanics.

Game play during coach Masaitis’s 2023 camp


HIGH SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL CLINIC FOR GIRLS with Olivia Masaitis 

July 22 – 26, 12:00 noon – 4:00 pm

Camp fee: $180 

Description: Camp participants will work on the defensive and offensive skills of serving, passing, setting, hitting and blocking through conditioning and multiple volleyball drills and games. This camp will help players fine tune existing skills and prepare for school ball tryouts to play competitively at the high school and college level.

Camp manager Olivia Masaitis brings both playing and coaching experience to the program. She has 9 years of experience coaching volleyball players from 6 to 18 years old, from beginner to advanced skill levels and is currently the varsity volleyball coach at Culpeper County High School. Her experience as a player includes competitive play as a defensive specialist with the Eastern View High School Cyclones and Greensboro College Pride. She is also a certified volleyball official. Olivia is currently the health & physical education teacher at Culpeper Floyd T. Binns Middle School. She has a Master’s degree in Sport Management & Biomechanics.

Having some fun with Christmas on the court during the 2023 camp with Coach Masaitis


ADVANCED BASKETBALL CLINIC FOR HIGH SCHOOL BOYS with James Thompson

July 29 – August 2, 12:00 noon – 2:00 pm

Camp fee: $120

Description: Advanced basketball skills and drills for high school athletes (boys) focusing on overall player development. Coach Thompson coaches the Culpeper County High School boys’ varsity team. This camp will include passing, dribbling, defensive, shooting, rebounding & ball handling drills with 1 on 1, 2 on 2, 3 on 3 and full court game play!

2023 campers with Coach Thompson


CLUBHOUSE ON THE COURTS with Suzanne Wirtz

July 29 – August 2, 12:00 noon – 2:00 pm

Ages 2-4

Ages 5-7

Camp fee: $120

Description: Kids will enjoy age-appropriate court-based games, obstacle courses & more, plus imaginative play & crafts – all to encourage movement, curiosity and creativity! The camp will include themed days for shapes, colors, food and show and tell. Children should wear sneakers, bring a water bottle, and be able to use the restroom independently.

Camp manager Suzanne Wirtz has creatively supported health education & crafts in our Homeschool Movement & Health program since 2019 and has also been involved in recreation activities for area children’s camps and programs that visit our center. When not having fun with the kiddos, she is the lead Member Support Specialist at the PRFC front desk.

Clubhouse on the Courts camp, 2023