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Women’s Swim Camps


Swim camps or college swim camps, are a great way to learn new techniques and tighten up every aspect of your race. A summer swim camp offers opportunities to improve as a competitive swimmer. The experience and training provided by camps improves an athlete’s odds of winning a coveted spot on one of the nation’s university teams. With fewer than 1,000 men’s and women’s programs in the U.S., your need this kind of edge to become a college swimmer. Competitive camps can help greatly in the college recruiting process. Use our list below to find swimming camps near you.

Find swim camps near you

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Stanford University
Calendar icon Dec 18, 2022 Dec 18, 2022
Stanford, CA
Ages / Grade Level: 7th – 12th
Division: NCAA D1
$175 – $350
Queens University of Charlotte
Calendar icon Dec 19, 2022 Dec 22, 2022
Charlotte, NC
Ages / Grade Level: 10yr – 17yr
Division: NCAA D1
$350
Calendar icon Jun 16, 2023 Jun 20, 2023
Gunnison, CO
Ages / Grade Level: 8th – 12th
Division: NCAA D2
$600 – $675
Calendar icon Jun 23, 2023 Jun 27, 2023
Gunnison, CO
Ages / Grade Level: 8th – 12th
Division: NCAA D2
$600 – $675
University of California – Berkeley
Calendar icon Dec 18, 2022
Berkeley, CA
Ages / Grade Level: 9yr – 17yr
Division: NCAA D1
$495

Find the right camp for you

Many camps are associated with a college swimming program. Student-athletes attending camps should use them as an opportunity to learn more about the program and what the coaching staff’s instruction methods are like.

Most women’s college swimming camps host campers in undergraduate dorms, which offers a taste of campus life. If current members of the college’s team are participating in the camps, potential recruits have the chance to ask them about their day-to-day life on the team.

Of course, families will have to consider factors like their budget for competitive swimming camps, how much time can be spent spent traveling (since most camps are at least a weeklong) and how far they’re willing to travel.

It’s important to be honest about your own capabilities as a swimmer. A more technically advanced swimmer will want to look for competitive camps where they’ll be challenged and truly benefit from coaches reviewing their underwater footage and technique. Underwater footage can allow a swimmer to see where errors could occur in their strokes.

How do swim camps work?

Although many types of summer swimming programs are available, including day and sleep away programs, most offer the following basics:

What are the major swim camps in the U.S.?

Swimming World has compiled a list of its top 25 picks for 2022 swim camps in the U.S. It includes such elite programs as the Army West Point, Navy and Texas A & M.

Nike camps are also designed for advanced to elite athletes. Nike swimming programs take place in 26 of the 50 states, so you may find one nearby.

How do I get invited to attend swim camps near me?

If you have your sights set on college swimming, it is important to get noticed sooner rather than later. In many cases, recruiters are looking at middle school students and high school freshmen as prospects for their university swim teams.

Most camps accept a wide range of athletes. The top-level camps are often by invitation only. By creating a profile with a national recruiting network like NCSA, you can post the information online that coaches and recruiters are looking for.

Race results, times, swimming videos and third-party evaluations within that profile provide you with a competitive edge. A strong and complete portfolio shows coaches and recruiters that the athlete is serious about swimming.

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