Since 1985, over 110,000 campers from more than 40 states and 50 countries have attended the Philadelphia 76ers Basketball Camps. Designed for ages 5-17, the 76ers Camps have received national recognition for meeting the needs of all skill levels.
The Philadelphia 76ers Overnight Camp in Wayne, PA is a program based on fundamentals and skill development for boys and girls, 9-17 years old. Each summer, campers of all abilities attend from all over the world. Campers practice the drills the pros use on a daily basis and develop key fundamentals on and off the court by learning cutting edge skills in a fun, positive and competitive environment. Additional activities include swimming and an obstacle course, as well as other opportunities at the activity center (ping pong, movie theater, air hockey, pool etc.).
The Philadelphia 76ers Day Camps have 22 sites in PA, NJ and DE for boys/girls 7-13 years-old. Designed to build a strong foundation for the game, campers will develop skills in shooting, ball handling, passing and more in a fun and positive learning environment. In addition, campers will build character muscles that will benefit them on and off the court.
Little 76ers Day Camps provide a half-day basketball learning experience for boys/girls 5-7 years-old, at several locations across Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware. Little Sixers Camps introduces the game by breaking down the basic fundamentals of basketball in a non-competitive environment. Campers learn the game on 7 ft. baskets and with youth basketballs.
The Philadelphia 76ers Skills Academy is designed for boys 12-15 who want to develop top-notch skills in a competitive environment. Campers will learn how great players think, practice and play and will benefit from focused skill workouts, team games and daily leadership and character development training.
Friday morning: you would get up early, eat some French toast, rush to clean your cabin, and then, by 9:30, you’d be walking to your championship game. I went to camp to win, sure, but much more than that: to be part of a team, to be around basketball from dawn to well beyond dusk. Ultimately, I kept returning to Sixers Camp because I met people who I never would have otherwise, and over time built friendships with them, both fellow campers and staff, that I still have today.Phillip CohenCamper: 1997-2004Yale University Grad & Med Student at Univ. of Pennsylvania
I can honestly say that from my time as a camper, to a camper/worker, to a counselor and then to a senior staff member, my experiences at Sixers Camp helped shape me into the individual I am today. I grew not only leaps and bounds as a player, but I became a better individual.Greg HaasCamper: 1994-2004Consultant Zillow Group