Is Overnight Squash Camp for You?
The International Squash Academy is the perfect place for you to take your squash game to the next level this summer. Our goal is to offer both an intensive and fun training for players of any skill level from our award-winning staff that contains some of the sport’s most successful coaches.
It doesn’t matter if you’re just starting out in squash or you’re a tournament player heading off to one of our Elite Invitational Camps this year – you’ll receive a personalized experience that’ll help you elevate your game by the time camp is over.
While the ISA offers camps in just four states throughout the northeast (Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania), there are six different kinds of camps you’ll be able to choose from depending on the location.
These camp types includes overnight, extended day, day, elite invitational camps, college showcase camps, and tournament training camps. How can you know which camp type is the right one for you? The only way to come to a conclusion is to know all the details about each offering. This way, you can see which type fits your needs and wants the most.
Today, we’ll be focusing on what makes overnight squash camps so amazing, and our hope is that this information will help guide your decision-making process with regard to which ISA squash camp you’ll be signing up for this summer.
In order to properly illustrate everything that comes with an overnight squash camp, we’ll use the Salisbury School Squash Camp in Salisbury, CT as an example throughout this post.
The most obvious difference between overnight squash camps and all other camp types is the time commitment. Overnight campers will check in between 1-2p on the first day (at Salisbury this year, that’d be June 24th) and you’d stay with us around the clock until check out happens at 12p on the final day (June 29th at Salisbury).
This would also mean you’d be eating breakfast, lunch, and dinner with us. You’d also have to pack accordingly to make sure you have everything necessary to get a good night of sleep and to relax after a fun day on the courts.
Since overnight camps must have dorms available so campers can sleep on site throughout their time with us, they’re not offered at every location we’re holding a clinic. In addition to Salisbury School, ISA is hosting overnight squash camps at Trinity College in Hartford, CT, Taft School in Watertown, CT, Deerfield Academy in Deerfield, MA, Lawrenceville School in Lawrenceville, NJ, and The Hill School in Pottstown, PA.
Going back to our example at Salisbury School, the price of an overnight camp is typically going to be the most expensive out of all the offerings we have available. At Salisbury, an overnight camp costs $1,545, while an extended day camp costs $1,195 and a day camp costs $1,095.
Since it’s a greater financial investment than all the others we have on our site, it’s important to know all the details and everything you’ll be receiving from an overnight camp by attending.
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