Don't Miss Out! KIDSPORTS Camps & Clinics are Legendary!
These kinds of opportunities are exclusive to KIDSPORTS Families and we can proudly say that the KIDSPORTS experience is second to none.  Info on clinics/camps that are available for each sport season will be updated below throughout the year.

These are some of the types of clinics offered:

  • Baseball/Softball/T-Ball
  • Archery
  • Basketball
  • Soccer
  • Football
  • Volleyball
  • Multi-Sport Clinics
  • Golf
  • Rock Climbing
  • Rugby
  • Gymnastics/Tiny Tumblers
  • Lacrosse


Golf Clinics (at Laurelwood Golf Course)
For ages 7-17.
July sessions (August 16 & 17) -- Info & Registration Here

KIDSPORTS Multi-Skill Academy Clinics
For 1st-6th graders
Sessions (July 10-13) -- Info & Registration Here

KIDSPORTS Summer Football 7v7 and Skills Clinics
For 5th-8th graders
Sessions (July 17 - August 7) -- Info & Registration Here

KIDSPORTS Summer Soccer Academy Clinics
For 2nd-8th graders
Sessions (June 19 - July 26) -- Info & Registration Here

Jordan Kent Skill Camps
For ages 6-12, $30 off discount code = "KID2017"
Various Camps (June 26 - August 18) -- Info & Registration Here

Summer Youth Camps held by local High School Athletic Programs
Various camps for kids of all ages hosted by local High School Athletic Departments
 Info & Registration Here


KIDSPORTS Fall Football Passing Clinics
For 2nd-8th graders
Sessions (August 14-15) -- Info & Registration Here

University of Oregon Youth Camps
Various camps for kids of all ages hosted by the University of Oregon
- Oregon Men's Basketball Camps (June 26-29) for ages 8-18
- Oregon Women's Soccer Camps (July 10-20) for ages 5-18

Physical Literacy Clinics
KIDSPORTS is partnering with Chavez Elementary to bring the Physical Literacy Project to 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, & 5th grade children attending Chavez Elementary in Feb. of 2017. Children will learn movement and motor skills through fun, games, and activities that provide opportunities for children to learn to move their bodies with confidence and under control. The Physical Literacy Project's goal is to engage and motivate children to develop a lifelong pursuit of physical activity.