Michigan Basketball Camps
Discover Basketball Camps – 2015
Motor city is where it’s at!
Michigan (and Detroit) has many different types of basketball camps to choose from.
Before we dive into the 2015 Basketball Camps in Michigan…
Finding the right basketball camp can be challenging, here’s three tips to help you in your search:
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2. Check Out The Camp Map Below
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2015 Basketball Camps in Michigan
Pistons, Wolverines, and Spartans. Who’s your favorite?
Michigan basketball camps have some big names. But, don’t forget about some of the lesser known camps that may be close to you.
Pro Tip: During your basketball camps search have a good idea of what kind of camp you’re looking for and what city you want to travel to.
That’s because there’s a bunch of basketball camp options all over Michigan. Let’s start the discovery!
Motor City Baby
The Detroit Pistons dominate the camp scene in Michigan with 15+ camps during the summer. Their camp types include Lady Pistons, Rookie, Offensive Skills, and Play at The Palace camps.
On their website you can check out sneak peak videos of the camp, view locations, and get the details.
If you live near Detroit, the Pistons camp is definitely worth a look.
Learn from the Pros this summer!
National Camps in Michigan
National camps, if you’re wondering what those are, are camps that have locations in several states across the United States. And have a long history of running camps.
McCracken bball camps is a highlight here.
They have camps in four different states, but the most camps are held in Michigan. Which is great, but not the real reason why I’m mentioning them.
I’m mentioning them because they’ve had basketball camps for 53 years!
Did you know they have basketball camps in the early 60s? I didn’t. Did they invent the basketball camp? Someone figure that out for me
Camps To Consider
BCAM (Basketball Coaches Association of Michigan) doesn’t host any specific camps, but they have a list of at least 30 different basketball camps to attend in MI.
Some are team camps, but heck if you play on a team they can be a great way to quickly develop team chemistry.
Otter School of Basketball runs a solid program all over the Greater Midwest and has a handful of camps in Michigan. They’re definitely worth a look. They have a great website with lots of free basketball training info.
Gregory Kelser, the famed basketball announcer in Michigan, and member of the Michigan basketball hall of fame has a long running camp in Greater Detroit too.
|Draymond Green||Grand Rapids||Official Website|
|Otter Basketball Training||Several States||Official Website|
|Nike Basketball||Worldwide||Official Website||More Info|
|McCracken Basketball||IN, OH, WI, MI||Official Website||More Info|
|Breakthrough Camps||40+ States||Official Website||More Info|
|Kyle Visser Post Camps||Grand Rapids & Grayling||Official Website|
|BCAM Camps||Several||Official Website|
|Point Guard College||70+ Locations||Official Website||More Info|
|One on One Camps||Across US||Official Website|
|Sandy Sanders Camps||Ann Arbor||Official Website|
|Fast Break Camp||Wolverine||Official Website|
|Velocity Basketball||New Milford||Official Website|
|Gregory Kelser’s Basketball Camp||Greater Detroit||Official Website|
|MI Lutheran HS Camp||St. Joseph||Official Website||More Info|
Basketball Camps at Colleges
Michigan State and the University of Michigan are the classics here. Anything with Tom Izzo will have the campers learning (and listening).
University of Michigan has many camps to choose from with a Father and son camp, a Shooting Academy, and a Junior Wolverine Camp.
Don’t want to discount the smaller schools though. Last I checked many of them had exposure and elite camps.
If you’re son or daughter has college ambitions definitely check these out…hint…hint.
The exposure and elite camps at smaller colleges can be a great opportunity to show off basketball skills and get on the radar of the smaller college. An informal college try outs.
Popular College Basketball Camps
|Central Michigan University||Mount Pleasant||Official Website|
|University of Detroit Mercy||Detroit||Official Website|
|University of Michigan||Ann Arbor||Official Website||More Info|
|MSU||East Lansing||Official Website|
|Oakland University||Rochester||Official Website|
|Western Michigan University||Kalamazoo||Official Website|
|Ferris State University||Big Rapids||Official Website|
|Grand Valley State University||Allendale||Official Website|
|Hillsdale College||Hillsdale||Official Website|
|Lake Superior State University||Marie||Official Website|
|Michigan Tech University||Houghton||Official Website|
|Northern Michigan University||Marquette||Official Website||More Info|
|Northwood University, Michigan||Midland||Official Website|
|Saginaw Valley State University||Kochville Township||Official Website|
|Wayne State University||Detroit||Official Website|
|Adrian College||Adrian||Official Website|
|Albion College||Albion||Official Website|
|Alma College||Alma||Official Website|
|Calvin College||Grand Rapids||Official Website|
|Finlandia University||Hancock||Official Website|
|Hope College||Holland||Official Website||More Info|
|Kalamazoo College||Kalamazoo||Official Website|
|Olivet College||Olivet||Official Website|
|Aquinas College||Grand Rapids||Official Website|
|Concordia University||Ann Arbor||Official Website|
|Cornerstone University||Grand Rapids||Official Website|
|Davenport University||Grand Rapids||Official Website|
|Madonna University||Livonia||Official Website|
|University of Michigan-Dearborn||Dearborn||Official Website|
|Siena Heights University||Adrian||Official Website|
|Spring Arbor University||Spring Arbor||Official Website|