Youth Summer Camps

Achieve your academic and athletic goals with SPUT's youth summer camps. Our half-day and full-day combination camps offer the chance for children ages 5-12 to experience not only tennis, but a variety of other academic and athletic activities. In 2022, we began a partnership with The Bakken Science Musem to put on a STTEM (science, technology, tennis, engineering, and math) camp for ages 8-12. This year we will be partnering with even more organizations to offer even more fun! To find out if your child is eligible for these camp offerings, reach out to us at

kids playing with chalk on the tennis court

Artful Aces Tennis & Art Camp

July 29th - August 1st

8:30am - 12:30pm at Eastview Rec Center

$180 Registration - Scholarships Available!

Youth ages 6-12 are invited to join us for a unique summer experience where tennis and art collide! Partnering with ArtStart, our camp offers a perfect blend of athleticism and creativity. Start the day with energetic tennis drills and team building before diving into the creative arts with renowned art teacher Kara Fraki.

Rackets & Reading Camp

July 15th - July 18th

8:30am - 12:30pm at Eastview Rec Center

$180 Registration - Scholarships Available!

Youth ages 5-12 are invited to join us for a dynamic summer camp where we combine the thrill of tennis with the joy of reading. Combat the summer slide with literacy activities and enjoy the summer sun with our amazing coaches. Don't miss this opportunity to explore the world of tennis and instill a lifelong love for reading!

sput coach reading to kids
kids presenting their inventions at sttem camp


August 5th - August 9th

8:30am - 4:00pm at Eastview Rec Center

Free Registration - Priority given to low-income & BIPOC youth. 

Youth ages 8-12 are invited to join The Bakken x SPUT STTEM Camp (science, technology, tennis, engineering and math) for a week full of creative thinking and problem solving as kids design, build, and demonstrate their very own inventions. Explore STEM concepts in an engaging environment with SPUT coaches and leaders from The Bakken Museum.