Below are some questions to help answer any questions you may have about our camps. If your question isn’t listed below, please feel free to contact us.
Each camper stays in a specified dorm which is supervised 24 hours a day. Millon Camp hires a specific Safety Director whose job for the week is to oversee all security details and monitor the campers at all times. In the dorms we will have staff assigned to rooms on each of the floors with the campers and we have certified athletic trainers on field. We also employee coaches as our “Day camp Coordinators” who are specifically in charge of the day campers throughout the week.
When your son checks in for camp and there are specific medical problems we need to be aware of, we will arrange for him to visit with our certified trainer or Emergency Medical Technician at that time.
Mark’s methodology focuses on how a young lacrosse athlete should develop with many core basic skills in order to compete at a top high school or college or at the professional level. Millon lacrosse has had over 26,500 athletes come through and several thousand of gone on to play NCAA lacrosse and some into the MLL
If that’s not enough to answer your question, the other awesome element of camp is the combination of incredible facilities and special giveaway, each camper gets a Warrior stick which carries a $100 value! All of these make the Millon camp unmatched by any other out there.
If you are a total beginner you will leave camp with an idea about the game and how to get better. If you are a good varsity player you will leave a better varsity player. Overall the level of competition at our camp is high.
In our Future Stars camp, the teaching is geared toward the younger, beginning player. The instruction will use a fun based approach in teaching the basic skills and then use them as the primary building blocks to teach more detailed skills such as team strategy and offensive and defensive philosophies.
|9-11||Morning Lacrosse Session (warm-up, drills, stations, position work)|
|11-12||Individual Specialty Instruction, Down-time|
|2-4||Afternoon Lacrosse Session (demonstrations, small group scrimmages, team play)|
|4-5||Individual Instruction, Contests, Camper/Counselor Challenge, Down-Time|
|6:15-8:30||Evening Lacrosse Session (Team Games/Tournament Play)|
|9-10:30||Evening Activities (Movies, Pizza, Game Film, Guest Speakers, College Talk)|
Our Future Stars day camp is for ages 5-8
All of this will be detailed in your confirmation email that you will receive approximately a month prior to the session your enrolled in.
Long Island- JFK, LaGuardia or Islip/MacArthur
Ohio- Port Columbus International
Massachusetts- Bradley International (Hartford/Springfield Airport)
Pennsylvania- Philadelphia International Airport
*Millon Lacrosse Camps will recommend safe ground transportation to and from airports.
- Movies (PG)
- Question and answer sessions
- Demonstrations of stick stringing, information on college recruiting, weight training
- On the last night of each session there will be a camp barbecue with an enormous raffle
Cancellation Insurance: For an additional $45, Cancellation Insurance can be added to your registration. Our Cancellation Insurance entitles you to a full cash refund of all your camp fees paid if you cancel before ten (10) days of your camp session. If you have to leave camp early for any reason, you will receive a pro-rated credit for any of your family member for any of our 2016 camps.
Note: $45 Cancellation Insurance fee is non-refundable.
There are several way to pay your balance. You can pay by phone with a credit card or you can send a check to PO box address listed right above in our contact info. Some camps allow you to pay your remaining balance at camp check in time. When you receive you confirmation email, it will notify when remaining balances are due.