Want to get your kids into great summer camps this summer? Here is your first chance for some summer fun.

Montana State Basketball announced that their summer basketball camps are going to be back in full swing this June through July. They will have several camps for every age range. They will have elementary camps, team camps and elite camps for kids from kindergarten through 12th grade.

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There will be two elementary camps that will happen from June 14th-16th and July 27th through the 29th. The Elite Camp for Freshman through Seniors will happen August 1st and then the team camp for high school teams will happen June 28th through the 30th. The best part of the team camp is that lodging and meals will be provided to teams if you decide to stay on campus. That is honestly one of the best team building experiences you could have when there are camps like this.

Last year all the camps were cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic and these are incredible camps for youth to learn from the incredible coaches and players of Montana State. They get to be up close and learn great techniques to play basketball and they get to have an fun time as well.

You will want to sign up quickly for these camps because they do have a tendency to fill up fast. So get signed up today and make sure your kids have the best time ever this summer. Especially because last year was such a bummer.

For more details, check out Montana State Basketball.

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