Bretton Woods Tennis Camp full day and half day camps are a great way for beginner, intermediate and advanced level players ages 4 to 15 to improve their skills. The camps are led by USPTA certified training professionals, with long-term experience in youth tennis instruction and qualified teaching assistants.
High Performance Tennis Camp June 17-21, July 22-26 , and August 19-23
The high performance tennis camps are specifically tailored for high school and advanced junior players seeking to improve their skills. Our USPTA trained professionals provide individual coaching and attention to each player. The session includes:
- High intensity drills and footwork
- Match Play against a local area club
- In-depth video analysis of all strokes
- Technique and strategy preparation
For more information please contact us by email or call 240-848-9118.
On arrival, the campers are evaluated and then divided into groups based on age and ability. Each player's game is developed through unique action packed approaches where every game and drill targets a specific match play situation or technical skill. The campers further develop their skills through structured games that allow players to experience the intensity of competition in a fun and relaxed atmosphere.
Typical Full Day Schedule
- 9:30 a.m.: Arrival at camp and division into groups
- 10.00 a.m.- 11:15 a.m.: Daily theme and morning drills
- 11:15 a.m.- 12.00 p.m.: Situation drill and morning play
- 12:00 p.m.- 1.30 p.m.: Lunch and pool play break
- 1:30 p.m.- 2:00 p.m.: Quick warm up & theme review
- 2:00 p.m.- 3:30 p.m.: Serves & match play
- 3:00 p.m.- 4.00 p.m.: Camp team games
- 4:30 p.m.- Depart camp
Cost & Registration
|1||June 17 - June 21||5||All Skill Levels/High Performance||$425||$450|
|2||June 24 - June 28||5||All Skill Levels||$425||$450|
|3||July 1 - July 5||5||All Skill Levels||$425||$450|
|4||July 8 - July 12||5||All Skill Levels||$425||$450|
|5||July 15 - July 19||5||All Skill Levels||$425||$450|
|6||July 22 - July 26||5||All Skill Levels/High Performance||$425||$450|
|7||July 29 - Aug 2||5||All Skill Levels||$425||$450|
|8||Aug 5 - Aug 9||5||All Skill Levels||$425||$450|
|9||Aug 12 - Aug 16||5||All Skill Levels||$425||$450|
|10||Aug 19 - Aug 23||5||All Skill Levels/High Performance||$425||$450|
**Bus service is available for an additional $80.
Before & After Care
- Drop Off begins as early as 7:30 A.M and Pick up as late as 6 P.M.
- M-F A.M. only - $100 (Cereal Included)
- M-F P.M. only - $75
- Both A.M. and P.M. - $160
Transport & Bus Schedule
Morning drop-off and afternoon pick-up time is 9:45 am and 4:00 pm respectively at the Tennis Shop located on the lower level in the Main Clubhouse. There is a 30 minute grace period until 4:30 pm for pick-ups. After this time you will be charged a fee. All children being picked up must be signed out. If special drop off or pick up arrangements are needed, please contact the Tennis Professional no later than noon that day.
The camp bus begins its route from the IMF to BWRC and has several stops along River Road. See schedule for locations and times. It is advisable to be at least 10 minutes early to the bus stop for both pick-up and drop off. The driver cannot wait beyond the scheduled pick-up time. The bus will stop at all the regular bus stops. Juniors must be met by an adult when dropped off. If no one is waiting for your junior, he/she will be taken to the IMF. It will then be your responsibility to pick him/her up. For all juniors arriving at the IMF, pickup by parents must be made by 5:55 pm or you will be charged an additional fee for daycare.
If the bus is significantly delayed, call the BWRC camp office at 301-948-3357 x 1319
If a permanent change is to be made to your junior’s bus stop, please notify the camp office in writing. If the change is for one day only, please notify us in writing or email by noon the day of the requested change. If arrangements are made for your child to be left at a different stop at the end of the day, please be aware that he/she must be met by an adult.
Bretton Woods Camp Bus Schedule
|Stop #||AM Departure||Location||PM Arrival|
|1||8:15||IMF – 19th Street entrance||5:45|
|2||8:30||Reno and Tilden Street||5:25|
|3||8:40||4101 Yuma Street (front of Oakcrest School)||5:15|
|4||8:45||River Road and Garrison Street||5:12|
|5||8:50||River Road and Willard Avenue||5:10|
|6||8:53||River Road at entrance of Kenwood Country Club||AM ONLY|
|6||PM ONLY||River Road and 4th Street (Presbyterian Church)*||5:05|
|7||8:55||River Road and Pyle Access (across from Braeburn Parkway)||AM ONLY|
|7||PM ONLY||River Road and Orkney Parkway||5:00|
|8||9:00||River Road and Cabin John Fire Station||4:55|
|9||9:10||River Road and Counselman Road (Potomac Shopping Center)||AM ONLY|
|9||PM ONLY||River Road and Potomac Shopping Center (gazebo)||4:50|
|9:30||Arrival/Departure Bretton Woods||4:30|
*Note: The 4th Street Presbyterian Church drop off point will be at the steps leading from River Road up to the church parking lot.
Health & Safety
The State has new regulations for camper health history. The new form does not require a tetanus shot date or Immunization forms for campers who live in the United States, a United States Territory or the District of Columbia. For campers who live outside these areas immunization records are still required. All forms must be mailed in or delivered to BWRC.
- All allergies and other important medical information must be reported on the camper health history form. A registered nurse will review all medical information and disseminate the information to the Camp Director and staff.
- Please note that on most days campers are outdoors all day. However, in the event of inclement weather there are two storm centers available to the campers. If there is a rain storm with winds less than 15 miles per hour, the campers are moved to the picnic pavilion. If there is a rainstorm with winds above 15 miles per hour, the campers are taken to the Southard Room in the clubhouse. The golf course is equipped with an early warning device in case of lightening.
- On days of severe heat (code red) all physical activity is kept to a minimum and the afternoon activities are moved to an air-conditioned area.
- To ensure the safety of our campers, the Camp Director and General Manager reserve the right to set behavioral rules and standards for campers to follow. Those who endanger themselves or others by their persistent misbehavior may be dismissed from camp.
What to Bring
Lunch and Snacks
The camp provides lunch for all campers on a daily basis. Campers are also provided with a snack before departure every day. The lunch menu includes a main course, salad, vegetable, dessert and drink. The snack includes a fruit and an additional snack item like popcorn, pretzels or a cheese stick. Please do not let children bring their own food to camp as there are many children with allergies. If you have questions or would like an exception please contact the Camp Director. The camp does not provide refrigeration. If your child is given permission to bring lunch you must include a Cold Pack. We are a nut-free camp due to severe nut allergies. Do not pack or send food that contains nuts or nut products and is not made on equipment that processes nuts.
- Tennis racquet
- Tennis shoes
- Tennis bag
- Change of clothes
- Bathing suit & Towel
- Water bottle