Brooklyn Nets Basketball Academy is thrilled to offer our first-ever Overnight Camp at Camp IHC in Equinunk, PA. Our program focuses on developing basketball skills, as well as life skills, for boys and girls, ages 10-17.
Players practice the drills the pros use to perfect current skills and develop new ones. Our coaches will help players develop key techniques, on and off the court, by learning cutting edge skills in a fun, positive and competitive environment.
Camp IHC has been serving New York City and New York City Metro youth for over 80 years. Just a few hours from the city, this state-of-the-art facility offers the best overnight basketball camp experience, combined with a premier camp experience off the court. Activities will include:
- Rock Climbing
- Ropes Course
- Zip Lining
- Lake Trampoline
- Paddle Boarding
Need more information?
Here are answers to the most commonly asked questions about BNBA Overnight Camp. If you don’t see the answer to your question, please feel free to call us 718.304.1051.
What do all campers receive as part of camp attendance?
All campers receive the following:
• Official camp reversible practice jersey (2)
• Offical camp handbook
• Official camp Player Evaluation
• Certificate of Achievement
Can my child be assigned to the same room as his/her friend?
Players may request to be in the same dorm room as their friend/family member. We will do our best to accommodate such requests.
What medical personnel is there while my child is at camp?
We have a Registered Nurse and Athletic Trainers on staff at all times.
May I cancel my registration?
View our Worry-Free & Flexible Cancellation Policy for more information.
Is individual instruction available at camp?
Yes. During free time periods we can assign a coach to work with your child on a specific skill.
Is the camp very competitive?
Everyone starts one game a day and every camper must play at least half the game. Campers are assigned to leagues based on both age and skill level.
What additional activities are available at the camp facility?
Other supervised activities include:
– Rock climbing
– Ropes course
– Lake trampoline
– Paddle boarding
*Activities will be dependent on Health & Safety restrictions and are subject to change.
What is the menu like?
New protocols will take place to deliver meals using health & safety guidelines consistent with County Health Department guidelines.
There are always a wide variety of choices, such as salad, fruit and pasta bars, in addition to our entree. We are trained to handle all types of dietary requirements and allergens. Our recently renovated kitchen now has separate areas to handle allergies and our new food director has taken our menu to the next level.
Please visit the Director at check-in if your child has any food allergies.
Where do the kids sleep at camp?
Campers are housed in camp bunks, pictured below.
What is the procedure if my child flies to camp?
The camp does not provide airport transportation. The nearest Airport to our camp is Wilkes-Barre Scranton International Airport or Greater Binghamton Airport.
If you are planning on flying to camp, you will need to make arrangements to get from the airport to/from camp.
May I visit the camp during the week?
No. To ensure the health and safety of our campers, insurance regulations prohibit guests (including parents) from visiting.
What is your phone policy?
Our efforts are to keep all calls to a minimum. Campers may bring their cell phone but it must remain in their room at all times.
May I change my shirt size?
Kids will be given any size they want at camp. Size listed on application is mainly to estimate our orders.
Where is the staff from?
The counselors are all college players along with coaches from all levels of college, high school & the pros.
When are my Medical Forms due?
Medical forms are due 30 days prior to camp and must be signed by a physician. All forms must be on file in our office to participate in the program.
To access your camper portal and complete all forms, click here.
Who are the Guest Speakers?
There are generally a few speakers each week (current and former NBA players and coaches). Visitors will be dependent on Health & Safety restrictions and are subject to change.
What time should I pick up my child on the last day?
Please pick up your child between 1:00 PM and 3:00 PM on the final day of camp.
What time should I arrive on the first day?
Between 1:00 and 3:00 pm. Our program will begin promptly at 3:30 pm.
Is there time to do other things at camp?
While most of the program will include basketball related activities, there is an opportunity each day to participate in aquatics or camp adventures.
My child would like to be in the same teaching group as his/her friend?
If they are similar ages, they are most always assigned to the same teaching group. If not, please see the site Director.
What if my child has to take medication while at camp?
We have a Nurse at camp at all times to administer medication as prescribed. Please visit the nurse during check in if your child needs medication at camp.
Do you provide transportation?
BNBA does not provide transportation to and from camp.
Do you have a Code of Conduct Policy?
Yes. BNBA Overnight Camp will not tolerate chronically disruptive behavior. Chronically disruptive behavior is defined as verbal or physical activity which may include, but is not limited to, behavior that requires constant attention from the staff, inflicts physical or emotional harm on other players or the staff, or ongoing disregard for Overnight Camp rules.
If a child cannot abide by our Overnight Camp rules, he or she may be discharged from the program. Upon notification of this behavior, the player will be dismissed from the remainder of the camp immediately. If a player has been dismissed from camp, the paid tuition amount will be non-refundable and re-enrollment will not be allowed in the future.