A typical day during BMX summer camp will include riding sessions in the Woodward Copper Barn, plus many additional recreational activities including bike tours, the Woodward WreckTangle obstacle challenge, create-a-skate, theme parties, hiking and more. Campers will live and eat at Copper’s Edge building, which is located right next to the slopes and right down the road from The Barn.
Upon arrival to camp our BMX staff will oversee a testing period where campers will be placed into instruction groups based on age and ability level. Two and a half hours a day will be spent with some of the best BMX Coaches around, navigating our growing campus and working on improving your riding.
Can't stomp your moves? Top pro BMX riders and expert Coaches will help you dial in your next trick. Learn air awareness on the trampolines and then take your skills to your bike while you train on our indoor bowl, mini ramps and street course.
Camp Cost: $999
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*Does not include 7% resort surcharge
Book by phone: 888-350-1544
- 9:00am----Morning Instruction at Woodward Copper
- 1:00pm----Afternoon Instruction at Woodward Copper or local skate/bike parks
- 6:00pm----Open Session in Barn / Cage Activities
- 8:30pm----All Camp Activity
- 9:30pm----Room Check
- 10:00pm---Lights Out
Full Weeks: Arrive Sunday afternoon, have full day programming Monday-Friday, and depart early Saturday.
No problem. Some campers who are staying for two weeks or more may need to add an extra day of camp. This will be an extra arrangement. Be sure to mention this when booking summer camp. $149.99 to add one camp day.
Want the ultimate way to remember camp? We offer custom photo and video packages for your camper to bring the memories home. Spots fill up fast so book now. More Information
Camp Woodward is currently working to become accredited by the American Camp Association and anticipates completing the process in 2017/2018. The purpose of ACA accreditation is education, and being accredited means a camp owner has chosen to complete a peer review process and has met the established criteria.