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University of Maine Summer Sports Camps - Hockey

Our goal is to provide a quality camp experience and memories to last a lifetime. Our UMaine coaches have designed their camps to give each participant a good foundation in sports skills, techniques, and the strategies of the game.

If you are considering attending a summer sports camp for the first time or returning, then the University of Maine Summer Sports Camps is the place for you this summer! Our goal is to provide a quality camp experience at some of the finest collegiate athletic facilities in Maine and New England. In fact, the University of Maine in Orono is the only Division-I camp experience in Maine. So for superior coaching, excellent facilities and memories to last a lifetime, join us this summer at the University of Maine Summer Sports Camps, proudly Sponsored by your local Dunkin Donuts!

All camps are open to any and all entrants and are limited only by age, number, grade level and/or gender. Campers must complete the Release and Assumption of Risk and the Health Interview & Permission for Medical Treatment forms each year. Please bring completed forms with you to check-in.

FIELD HOCKEY Overnight Camp: August 4-8 - COMMUTER - $350/OVERNIGHT - $450

GIRL’S ICE HOCKEY U14 Camp - July 14-19 - COMMUTER - $725/OVERNIGHT $825 U19/U16 Camp - August 4-9 - COMMUTER - $725/OVERNIGHT $825

Clinics: June 24/25 (GRADE 8-12) $245 June 28/29/30 8-5pm (AGES 10-18) $350 July 22/23 8-5pm (GRADE 8-12) $315 July 29/30 8-5pm (GRADE 8-12) $315

BOYS ICE HOCKEY Bantam Camp: July 7-11 - COMMUTER - $375/OVERNIGHT $600 Peewee Camp: July 7-11 - COMMUTER - $375/OVERNIGHT $600 Mites Camp: July 8-11 - DAY CAMP ONLY - $295 Squirts Camp: July 8-11 - DAY CAMP ONLY - $295

  • Address The University of Maine
    Orono, Maine ME 04469
  • Phone 207.581.3143
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