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Camps offering Cricket as an activity
Camp North Star   
A co-ed overnight camp on 200 acres in Poland, Maine. Campers enjoy an elective program with 100+ choices that focuses on instruction and skill development in Arts, Athletics, Enrichment, Outdoors and Waterfront.

Traditional (multi activity)
  • Ages 7 to 17 (Coed)
  • Overnight
  • from $3,100/session
Overnight openCamp Coed 3100 7-17 0 Maine, Maine(USA)
Active Scholars   
A unique summer experience, Where Sports Meets Education and campers get to engage in both STEM Learning & Basketball or Soccer Development. Each week we offer a unique experience for continued growth and engagement.

Ajax; Guelph; North Toronto, Toronto
Education: STEM
  • Ages 7 to 13 (Coed)
  • Day, Program
  • from $235/week
Day, Program openCamp Coed 235 7-13 1 Ajax, Ontario, Guelph, Ontario, North Toronto, Toronto, Ontario
Bear Creek Outdoor Centre   
We are a small camp with a spectacular community of campers and staff. We focus on having a great time building interpersonal skills and connecting with each other in a fantastic natural setting.

Renfrew; Ottawa
Traditional (multi activity)
  • Ages 6 to 17 (Coed)
  • Overnight
  • from $675/week
Overnight openCamp Coed 675 6-17 2 Renfrew, Quebec, Ottawa, Ontario
Richmond Hill Country Club   
A co-ed summer day camp close to the city offering camp activities for any child: traditional camp, sports camp, golf camp, tennis camp or leadership training.

Richmond Hill
Traditional (multi activity)
  • Ages 4 to 14 (Coed)
  • Day
  • from $780/week
Day openCamp Coed 780 4-14 3 Richmond Hill, Ontario

There are cricket camps and clubs across Canada. This includes camps in Toronto, Mississauga, Ottawa, Etobicoke, Guelph, Orangeville, Victoria, Calgary, and Edmonton. These camps can be a great option for your child.

What are the different kinds of cricket camps?

Most cricket camps take place in the summer. There are, though, some indoor, winter cricket camps and clubs. Cricket lessons are also offered as an after school activity, and during March and winter break.

Some cricket camps are intended for beginners, while others are offered for more advanced player. And while most cricket camps specialize in this sport, others offer other sports or activities as well, such as rugby, baseball, music, or arts and crafts.

What will my child get out of cricket camp?

In a cricket camp, your child will learn the rules and finer points of cricket. They’ll receive training from an expert cricket coach. And they’ll practice and refine a number of skills. These include:

  • Bowling
  • Wicket play
  • Running
  • Fielding
  • Batting
  • Wicket keeping

They’ll receive feedback as they work on these skills through workouts and drills. They’ll also take part in cricket matches with other kids of a similar level. If your child is younger and less experienced, these will likely be short, friendly matches. If they’re older and more advanced, these matches may be longer and more competitive.

Either way your child is sure to have great fun. They’ll get to meet new people, make friends, and improve their fitness and skill level.

Above, find a cricket camp near you. Click on a camp to learn all about it, including its location, cost, programs, session dates, and more.

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