At Corbin’s Crusaders, summer campers create lifelong friendships in a compassionate and accepting environment. The goal is for kids to challenge themselves and gain self-confidence and character through sports and adventure.
All coaches are experienced men and women who provide the individual attention that each child needs to reach new goals.
The camp is located on the expansive campus of Greenwich Catholic School at 471 North Street. It encompasses 38 acres of green open space, which is the ideal country setting for activities that help campers discover their true potential through sports.
The camp’s coaching method ensures that each camper improves athletically and increases self-confidence. Each sport is broken down into skill sets that kids can master and then progress to the next level.
Campers practice with a series of interactive drills and then play in games, matches or tournaments to demonstrate what they have learned to enjoy competition and develop sportsmanship.
In Corbin’s Crusaders unique, progressive swim program, campers are grouped by age and skill level.
Instruction spans all skill levels, from the basics of water adjustment for beginner swimmers, to stroke refinement and competitive swimming techniques.
There is one small-group instructional period, and at least one recreational swim every day. The swim graduation requirements are pretty impressive.
A Sense of Adventure Bring Campers Back
Corbin’s Crusaders provides a nurturing, yet challenging environment where kids try new things, discover who they are and safely step out of their comfort zones. As a result, campers look forward to the next level of adventure each summer.
Campers age 8+ can sign up for ‘Go-Pro’, which is a series of intensive clinics designed to develop more advanced skills in a specific sport.
In addition to sports, the camp offers an adventure program that includes hiking, archery, skateboarding, waterslides and more.
Campers are consistently challenged to build their accomplishments through their experience at camp. Is Corbin’s Crusaders right for your child?