While our Best Wrestling Camps .com home page and state directories are being created, you can immediately find all the currenly listed Best Wrestling Summer Camps in our TheBestCamps.com All Summer Camps Directory -- just search the states you are interested in for the keyword "wrestling".
There are many great wresting summer camps here in the US. Some of these summer wrestling programs are connected with major universities, home to nationally acclaimed wrestling teams.
Some private wrestling camps are coached or directed by Olympic wrestling team coaches, and have been the home to several US Olympic wrestlers.
Part of what makes our 2016-17 Wrestling Camp Directory unique will be the inclusion of WRESTLING CAMP VIDEOS from each camp within the camp descriptions.
Our directory will be ready soon. New summer day and overnight wrestling camps are being added every day.
WRESTLING CAMP OWNERS & DIRECTORS: If you would like to submit your camp for listing in our 2016-17 Summer Wrestling Camp Directory, please click on the "SUBMIT YOUR CAMP" link above.
PARENTS & CAMPERS: If you are looking to find a summer camp to attend this summer, please check out our 2016-17 GUIDE TO CHOOSING THE BEST SUMMER CAMP and come back again soon when our new 2016-17 Wrestling Camp Directory is complete. You can also read an excerpt from the 2016-17 Guide to Choosing the Best Summer Camp, below.
If you would prefer for us to contact you when our 2016-17 Best Wrestling Camp Directory is ready, simply fill out the brief form below.
In addition to our 2016-17 Summer Wrestling Camp Directory will also be posting quite a few SPECIAL INTEREST CAMP DIRECTORIES soon, and have included brief descriptions of these and links to their dedicated websites on the following pages and on our The Best Camps website.
Excerpt from our 2016-17 Guide to Choosing the Best Summer Camp:
CALL THE CAMP: Create a list of questions you really need answered, that were not answered by the camp website. Then call the camp -- yes even in the era of 'live chatting' and email forms, you should really try to talk to someone 'personally.' Some camp's have year-round staff, but many don't. Leave a message for a call back or call the camp again until you can speak to someone in person. Skype is a great idea, too -- if the camp can do that. What's your impression? Is this going to be a friendly, professional experience? First impressions matter. Ask if there is a previous camp parent/camper you could talk to (or email) as a reference.