GENERAL CAMP INFORMATION
July 5th – August 26th, 2021 Weekdays 9:00-11:30am 12:30-3:00pm
Bryn Mawr Racquet Club/Villanova University
9:00-11:30am and/or 12:30-3:00pm
If staying full day, lunch will be provided
9:00-11:30am: Tennis Drills and games
Afternoon Sports Options:
12:30-3:00pm: Tennis, soccer, wiffle ball, dodgeball, Pickleball, basketball.
Pool at Eastern University (Optional)
12:30-2:00: Tuesdays and Thursdays
After Care: Not Available
DVTA TUITION & ENROLLMENT
2022 Camp Packages
- 10-Package Camp $550 Member $599 Non-Member
- 20-Package Camp $1050 Member $1150 Non-Member
- 30-Package Camp $1500 Member $1650 Non-Member
- 40-Package Camp $1900 Member $2100 Non-Member
- 1-unit in a package is equal to 1-morning or 1-afternoon
- Can customize your schedule
- Questions??? email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- To Friend us click here: DVTA FACEBOOK
Activate your online profile, download the DVTA app on your phone and buy packages. Lastly, you can sign up for individual mornings and afternoons on your home computer or DVTA app that suits your schedule. If you need help activating your online profile, please email us.
- Membership: Single $125/year Family $200/year
- Sibling credit of $25 per child.Can be applied to future activities.
For those who are signed up for camp, please click below for Important Camp Info.
For those who want to sign up for camp, please click below for our 2022 Summer Camp registration
DVTA Jr. Tennis Camp is a program for younger players who already show a special interest in the game of tennis. From beginners to low-intermediate players, the focus of the DVTA Jr. Tennis Camp is to develop a strong technical foundation in a fun and friendly environment.
DVTA uses Red, Orange, and Green low compression balls to help make the process easier and the positive results more frequent for our campers. Because character building and athletic skills are a vital component of competition, we incorporate additional sports in the afternoon, group challenges, and leadership exercises in addition to typical tennis drills, rallies, and point play. These activities give our future competitors the chance to broaden their athletic skills and to emphasize good sportsmanship at a youthful age.
To balance out the tennis focus, the campers go swimming a couple of times per week and partake in Games Day on Fridays; making the Jr. Tennis Camp both effective and enjoyable for players of all levels.