sports, gymnastics

Are you looking to keep your young campers active and physically fit? We have a long list of sports summer camps in Brooklyn that range from swimming to karate to baseball to gymnastics. There is a sport for each interest and for each age group.

Prospect Gymnastics
1023 Church Avenue, Ditmas Park, Kensington, Flatbush
Camp Director: Mina Marsow, 917-733-2403
Ages: Girls 5 – 8, Boys 5 – 6
Join us at Prospect Gymnastics for intensive gymnastics training and dance alongside fun art projects and water activities.

Cortelyou Academic and Sports Camp
1100 Cortelyou Road, Ditmas Park
Contact:, (716) 553-2923
Ages 3-15
Cortelyou Academic and Sports Camp teaching life lessons through camp experiences. We offer the thrill and excitement of the outdoors, which promotes growth and development of the mind, body and soul. Our recreational and educational experiences are incorporated into such activities as arts and crafts; drama; home economics; instructional swimming; cultural excursions; academic tutelage, out of town day trips; outdoor sports; dance; indoor games; and much, much more. The camp is run annually in the months of July and August and fees are calculated each year after the schedule of events has been planned and confirmed. We are service providers for 1199 and TWU, what are you waiting for sign up today!

The Park Slope Day Camp
339 8th St, Windsor Terrace, Bay Ridge, Carroll Gardens as well as 2 Park Slope locations, 718-788-PSDC (7732)
For children entering grades PreK-10
Transportation available.
Check out Park Slope Day Camp’s Sports Academy. Athletes gain self-confidence and learn teamwork through soccer. At the end of the season, the Sports Academy holds a World Cup! Flexible daily and weekly registration is available.

529 5th Ave, South Slope, 718-768-8200
For children between the ages of 3-12
Registration is open for summer camp. Camps are organized by week and theme. In addition to martial arts, campers will also enjoy arts and crafts.

Avantis Swimming Academy
Various Locations, 347-380-8777
For children between the ages of 5-17
There are weeklong sessions for beginning, intermediate and advanced swimmers. Avantis also has a sleep-away option.

Aviator Sports
3159 Flatbush Ave, Marine Park, 718-758-7500
For children between the ages of 3-15
Aviator teaches leadership, self-confidence, and healthy living habits through sports. They also have a theater component. Register before March 31 for a discount.

AYSO Soccer Camp
Parade Ground, Ditmas Park, 917-847-8719
For children entering grades K-12
AYSO hasn’t posted summer camp and clinic information yet.

Bounce U
6755 Ft. Hamilton Parkway, Dyker Heights, 718-238-3288
Ages 2-5
Bounce U helps young ones develop gross motor skills. Kids are having so much fun they don’t even know they’re learning.

Brooklyn Boulders
575 Degraw St, Park Slope, Gowanus, 347-834-9066
For ages 5 to 12
Campers will explore activities like top roping, slacklining, and bouldering. For breaks, there will be a few arts and crafts.

Brooklyn Cyclones Camp
MCU Park, Coney Island, 718-382-2603
For children between the ages of 7-14
Registration is open for this half-day, one-week camp. Seats sell out fast. This is an opportunity for baseball fans to meet professionals and possibly a future major leaguer.

Brooklyn Fencing
62 4th St, 2nd Floor, Carroll Gardens, 718-522-5822
For children ages 7 and up
Online registration is open and space is available.

Camp Olympia
999 Jamaica Ave, 718 748-7084
For children between the ages of 4-17
Registration is open for this swimming and sports camp. Parents can get the deposit refunded if they change their mind before May 1. Bring a baseball glove and a water bottle.

Home Run Baseball Camp
Parade Ground, Ditmas Park, Park Slope, Windsor Terrace, Kensington, 202-256-8883
For children between the ages of 4-12
Registration isn’t quite open for the summer baseball camp, but if you’re interested in Spring Break in the Dominican Republic, sign up now.

The Gym Park
81 Oak Street, Greenpoint.
Campers must be potty trained.
Send your little gymnast to this “mecca of play and recreation.” Tumbling, yoga, even swimming will be fit into these action packed days.

Prospect Gymnastics
1023 Church Ave, Ditmas Park, 718-484-0911
Build Skills. Gain Confidence. Have Fun. That is the philosophy of these USA Gymnasts.

Tennis Center
Prospect Park Tennis Center, Park Slope, Ditmas Park, Kensington, Windsor Terrace, 718-436-2500
Registration opens April 7th for tennis camp. You’ll need to print and fax in the registration form.

Urban Martial Arts
965 Coney Island Ave, Ditmas Park, 718-287-5500
For children ages 4 and up
Seats are available still at Urban Martial Arts, though the campers won’t be sitting. They’ll be running, jumping, and kicking while learning life skills and healthy habits.

Xaverian High School
7100 Shore Rd, Bay Ridge, 718-836-7100
For children between the ages of 7-13
Xaverian offers 5 weeks of basketball camp and a week of baseball camp taught by Xaverian High School coaches.

Xavier High School Sports Camp
30 West 16th Street, Manhattan
For boys in 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th and 9th grades
Xavier High School coaches teaches boys how to be develop themselves as total athletes.

Poly Prep Country Day School
9216 7th Ave
For children ages 3.5 to 15
Walking onto Poly Prep’s 25 acre, tree filled campus is like being transported out of Brooklyn and into a utopia. Poly Prep runs 11 specialty camps including baseball, lacrosse, and soccer.

  1. We (camp olympia ASAP) are so happy we are on this list! Thank you for including us. We are actually going to be at John Jay high school again this summer! 237 7th ave brooklyn ny 11215. all campers ages 4-12 are invited!

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