Hockey schools can run in-camp power skating camps for all levels from novice to expert. Even professional hockey players participate in and understand the value of a skating camp to help them improve their skating. Players are trained according to a professional power skating system and skills focus will include increasing foot speed, improving ankle strength and other subtle techniques to increase speed, strength and power. Weight training and physical training may focus on trimming leg muscles and other unnecessary weight.
Figure skating programs
Many arenas offer summer and winter skating programs for figure skaters, special figure skating classes and off-ice training. Many skating camps offer group classes for intermediate and advanced figure skaters. Camps will teach skaters basic ice skating skills, but many camps concentrate on more advanced skills such as ice dancing, choreography, jumps, spins and other skills. Camps may also include a skills competition and a camp-ending ice show.
Frequently Asked Questions
How many Ice skating camps are there?
There are 2 programs specializing in Figure Skating, Ice Skating. In addition, there are 9 programs offering figure skating, ice skating as an activity. Use the filters to narrow by age and program type, then click on matched programs to see daily activities, dates, rates and registration information.
What are the fees to attend Ice skating camps?
Fees for Ice skating camps range from $16 to $380 per program (program types and lengths vary). Use the filters here to narrow programs by age and type.
What age do Ice skating camps start at?
There are programs available for children aged 3 through 16.
Where can parents meet with Ice skating camps?
Meet with program directors and staff at the Our Kids Camp & Program Expo. The Expo is held annually in February, and is a fun and informative day for parents, kids, and teens. Find event details and free tickets here.