Current Session Info

Camp 2016

Gridiron Football Camp Schedule

Players will receive 11 sessions of football instruction and 4 sessions of speed & agility training throughout the week.


6:45 Wake-up
7:00 7:45 Speed & Agility
7:45 9:00 Breakfast
9:00 12:00 Football Session (Offense)
12:00 1:30 Lunch
1:30 4:30 Football Session (Defense)
4:30 6:00 Dinner
6:00 8:00 Football Session (Scrimmage)
8:00 8:30 Personal Time (Coaches Meeting Auditorium B)
8:30 10:00 Snacks/Division Time/ Movies/ Game Film
10:30 Lights Out. Bed check will be conducted at 10:30.

The goal is to teach and practice football, both individual as well as team skills. The 12 sessions are designed to promote both skills and confidence.

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Gridiron Football Camp 


Camp dates are July 12th through July 16th.

GFC is open to all ballplayers interested in learning football and having fun. It does not matter what league you belong to or if you have ever played football before. This camp will build your individual skills and make you a better football player as well as teaching you core team skills.

Players will be split into divisions depending on their age, grade and experience. Divisions are Freshman 3rd, 4th & 5th grade, JV 6th & 7th grade and Varsity 8th & incoming freshmen. Ages are 8-14.

There is a ratio of 1 coach for every 10 players and 1 counselor for every 8 players. This is to ensure our players are supervised in a fun and educational environment.

The camp costs $395 and includes lodging, insurance, t-shirt, meals and a great time.

About Gridiron Football Camp

Gridiron Football Camp was established to provide safe and sane fundamental full-contact football instruction for players in 3rd through 8th grades. Gridiron Football Camp is a non-profit camp. Unlike many camps out there that charge $500 to $900, the money raised goes to the players experience and not to individual people.