Camp Quick Glance

Snow Valley Basketball Schools

Snow Valley Basketball Schools are the longest running basketball camp…I mean”school” of its kind. They call themselves a “school” because Snow Valley focuses more in basketball fundamentals than the average camp.

The good news is this basketball school is for boys and girls of high and middle school ages from 11-18. All ages and skills are welcome. Read the review below for one campers take on the skills level at the camp.

Snow Valley will teach all kinds of fundamentals. Playing under control, individual defense, individual offense, shooting fundamentals, rebounding, extended defense, and transition play.


Visit the Testimonials page to read reviews of the camp. Testimonials given by ESPN NBA Analyst and former basketball coach Jeff Van Gundy. NBA Scout for the Chicago Bulls Dave Bollwinkel. Plus – multiple college coaches, and former campers.
In addition to boys and girls camps, Snow Valley has an offensive skills basketball clinic that focuses on footwork, shooting, and dribbling. Visit the camp directors and coaching staff page to see the stellar staff. Such as, Clete Adleman, who is a recent inductee to the California community college hall of fame, and also a former coach at MiraCosta College.

Snow Valley Basketball Schools


Check out the video to learn more about the school:


Here’s a glimpse of what you’ll learn at the camp:


The Girls Basketball Camp!


Camp & Reviews and Q&A

1 Reviews , 1 Q&As

Snow Valley Basketball School Review

by Matt Llewellyn in Santa Barbara, CA
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I attended this camp when I was 12 years old. It's an excellent camp to develop fundamentals, particularly footwork, ball handling and shooting skills. The coaching staff is extremely helpful and dedicated; most of them are very passionate and truly love the game. However, the talent level varies, most players are fundamentally sound but lack athleticism. If you are looking to improve your game and gain exposure to new drills, Snow Valley is a great option. However, if you are really talented and you're looking to compete against the nation's top players, you should play on the AAU circuit and hope to receive an invitation to one of the elite camps, including ABCD, Nike Camp, Pangos etc... where college coaches/scouts spend most of their time during the summer.

As I previously mentioned, I attended Snow Valley my 8th grade summer. It helped me develop my game, but I didn't return because I wanted to play against stronger competition. The following year, I attended Superstar basketball camp, an invitation only camp. I went on to play AAU for Dinos Trigonis and Belmont Shore, Team DADA, Branch West and I was a three year varsity starter at Loyola High/Campbell Hall in Los Angeles, and I played for nationally ranked Team DADA with McDonald's All-American Evan Burns and 8 other division one players. I was a 2002 McDonald's All-American nominee and I attended several invitation only camps my junior and senior year. I also played division 1 college basketball at Mercer University. I hope this review will help parents and kids make wise decisions during their high school summer, which is critical for serious basketball players.