at Roland Park Country School, Baltimore MD
Baltimore Squash Summer Camp
Good Nick Squash's Baltimore Summer Camp is right around the corner! Enroll your kids today so they can make friends, learn new skills, and have a blast.
Squash is a fun sport that anyone can enjoy. It's a ball and racquet sport played by two (singles) or four players (doubles) in a four-walled court with a small, hollow rubber ball. Each player has to alternate in striking the ball with their racquet and hit the ball onto the playable surfaces of the four walls of the court. It's a fun, competitive game with plenty of history -- squash dates back to as early as 1830 -- but can be extremely rewarding for everyone from young children to senior citizens.
Good Nick Squash is a full-service squash company. We provide lessons, clinics, college consulting, tournament coaching and half day, full day and boarding summer camps.
So what does the summer camp entail?
Camp activities will include technique work, serve and serve return, drilling, conditioned games, mini-games, movement and speed training, match play with analysis, tactics identification, nutrition, and most of all: plenty of FUN!
Each day, camp will be held at Roland Park Country School in Baltimore, Maryland. Half-day camps will be offered for squash players between the ages of 9 and 17 years old. They will run Monday through Friday from 9:30 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. -- costing $500 a week or $120 a day.
Summer camps will be held throughout July, from the 8th-12th, 15th-19th, and the 22nd-26th.
If you're ready to have a blast this summer and want to learn more -- contact firstname.lastname@example.org right away. We're happy to answer any questions you might have.
See you on the court!
About Good Nick Squash's Baltimore Summer Camp
Under the guidance of Narelle and Rob Krizek, Good Nick Squash has been running squash summer camps on the east coast for 20 years. Their camps are open to beginners who have never stepped foot on a squash court. As experienced instructors, the Krizek’s have instructed total beginners and elite players alike. Narelle herself was once even ranked the 23rd best player in the entire world for singles, world number 1 in doubles and a world junior team champion for Australia. Rob has focused on the development of squash players of all levels for more than 25 years.