Dallas Cowboys Training Camp – Visit Oxnard
The Cowboys Training Camp provides an opportunity to watch football players up close as they train for the upcoming season.
DALLAS COWBOYS TRAINING CAMP DETAILS
America’s Team will return to Oxnard in 2021, and many practices will be open to the public, giving visitors; residents and guests the opportunity to see their favorite players and coaches as they step away from AT&T Stadium in Arlington to train for the upcoming football season.
Please join us for a family-friendly experience with the star-studded NFL franchise owned by Jerry Jones next summer. Various activities and entertainment include:
- Exclusive Dallas Cowboys merchandise
- VIP Experience Opportunities for United members
- Live radio broadcasts and internet interview streaming
- Food and Drinks available; proceeds benefiting Oxnard’s public schools
We look forward to seeing you at practice when the Cowboys return this summer; please note the below reminders as you make your plans to ensure the best experience!
- The Training Camp grounds have an attendance capacity dictated by the fire marshal. Arriving early is encouraged!
- General Parking is available for $10/day for small vehicles and $20/day for large vehicles during the week and $20/day for small vehicles and $40/day for large vehicles on the weekends. Parking is limited, we recommend carpooling when possible.
- No need to purchase Dallas Cowboys tickets! Admission to camp activities and the spectating area is free. Field access and team autograph sessions will not be permitted at DCTC 2021 due to NFL health and safety guidelines.
Please see the Dallas Cowboys schedule below for dates and times of practices open to the public.
Dallas Cowboys Training Camp Location
River Ridge Playing Fields
2501 Ventura Road
Oxnard, CA 93036
Dallas Cowboys Training Camp – Frequently Asked Questions
TRAINING CAMP SCHEDULE
For current information on players, training coaches and upcoming games, visit www. dallascowboys.com. Practices are typically NOT every day, so please see the Cowboys schedule for specific days they will be publicly training.
The Cowboys Training Camp offers youth the opportunity to watch football players up close or participate as they train for the upcoming season. Start planning now to join the fun!
Thursday, July 22, 2021
|Practice||11:00 am – 1:00 pm|
|Friday, July 23, 2021||No Practice||–|
|Saturday, July 24, 2021||Opening Ceremonies||Ceremonies at 10:00 am; Practice 11:00 am – 1:00 pm|
|Sunday, July 25, 2021||Practice||11:00 am – 1:00 pm|
|Sunday, July 25, 2021||DCC Academy (Cheer Camp)||Channel Islands High School at 5pm (registration opens at 4pm). Click here for registration. Space limited.|
|Monday, July 26, 2021||No Practice||–|
|Tuesday, July 27, 2021||Practice||11:00 am – 1:00 pm|
|Wednesday, July 28, 2021||Practice||11:00 am – 1:00 pm|
|Thursday, July 29, 2021||Practice||11:00 am – 1:00 pm|
|Friday, July 30, 2021||No Practice||–|
|Saturday, July 31, 2021 – NFL Fan Fest||Practice||11:00 am – 1:00 pm|
|Sunday, August 1, 2021||Practice||11:00 am – 1:00 pm|
|Monday, August 2, 2021||No Practice||–|
|Tuesday, August 3, 2021||Practice||11:00 am – 1:00 pm|
|Wednesday, August 4, 2021||Travel Day / No Practice||–|
|Thursday, August 5, 2021||Hall of Fame Game Day||–|
|Friday, August 6, 2021||No Practice||–|
|Saturday, August 7, 2021||Rams Practice (Televised)||3:00 pm to 5:00 pm|
|Sunday, August 8, 2021||No Practice||–|
|Monday, August 9, 2021||No Practice||–|
|Tuesday, August 10, 2021 – Heroes Appreciation Day||Practice – CLOSED to public; Open to Military; First Responders and Frontline Health Workers w/ valid ID + ONE guest||11:00 am – 1:00 pm|
|Wednesday, August 11, 2021||Practice||11:00 am – 1:00 pm|
|Thursday, August 12, 2021||No Practice||Break Camp|
On Saturday, July 31, the Dallas Cowboys will host a special fan event – Training Camp: Cowboys Back Together as the team welcomes fans back to training camp. Beginning 9:00 am, fans can enjoy live music, appearances by Dallas Cowboys mascot, Rowdy, VIP hospitality deck access, exclusive merchandise deals, prizes, giveaways and more!
Then on Tuesday, August 10, practice will be closed to the general public as the Cowboys host Heroes Appreciation Day to show their gratitude towards military personnel, first responders and front line healthcare workers.
Follow our Training Camp updates on Facebook and Instagram.
ALL information is subject to change and tentative unless otherwise stated.
HOTELS IN OXNARD, CA
We have a wide variety of Hotels in Oxnard California. From hotels, motor lodges, vacation rentals, RV parks, and camp sites, we have lodging to meet your lifestyle and budget. Whether your stay is for business or pleasure you can find great hotels at great prices.
SEE ALL HOTELS
CAMP RULES, PLEASE READ!
- ABSOLUTELY NO TAILGATING OR ALCOHOL ALLOWED
- NO Strollers in bleacher area
- NO Bicycles
- NO Backpacks (small diaper bag okay)
- NO Coolers/ Ice Chests
- NO Outside food
- ABSOLUTELY NO PETS! (not in carriers, not on-site, and not in your vehicle as there is no shade)
No Pets. Doggie Day Care or boarding available at various locations:
Inglis Pet Hotel
(off Vineyard Avenue, past RiverPark)
3889 N. Southbank, Oxnard, CA 93036
Flying High Pet Resort
531 Dawson Drive
Camarillo, CA 93012
Admission & Parking
Admission is FREE, no tickets needed, and is first-come/first-served until capacity is reached. Be advised training camp is located outdoors, and no shaded areas are available.
Parking at River Ridge Playing Fields is $10/day for small vehicles and $20/day for large vehicles during the week and $20/day for small vehicles and $40/day for large vehicles on the weekends.
Parking and entry to Training Camp is located at 2501 Ventura Road, Oxnard, CA 93036. The parking lot has limited capacity. We recommend carpooling or ride sharing.
Parking Lot Hours & Early Entry
Daily Practice – 11am
Parking – 7:30am
Early Entry – 8:30am
Midway – 9am
Rams Practice – 3pm
Parking – 11:30am
Early Entry – 12:30pm
Midway – 1pm
In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act while attending the Dallas Cowboys Training Camp at Oxnard CA and if you will require special assistance during your visit to training camp, please contact Art Gutierrez at (805) 890-9438. Notice of at least 72 hours prior to your arrival to training camp will enable staff to reasonably arrange for your accessibility needs during your visit.
Oxnard is on the coast, just 60 miles northwest of Los Angeles, and 30 miles south of Santa Barbara.Fly – Oxnard is an easy 90 minute drive from Los Angeles Airport (LAX), 60 minutes from Burbank Airport (BUR) and 40 minutes from Santa Barbara Airport (SBA).
You can also sit back and enjoy the scenery aboard the train! Oxnard’s Transportation Center has regular service via Amtrak and Metrolink. Once in the station, you can take a taxi to Camp, about a 5 mile drive.
MORE TRANSPORTATION INFO
Northbound on the 101 freeway from Los Angeles: Exit Oxnard Boulevard. Turn RIGHT. Make your first LEFT onto Town Center Drive. Make a LEFT onto Ventura Road. Travel 1 mile and it will be on your RIGHT before Vineyard Ave. (watch for traffic lines at the entrance to the parking lot).
Southbound on 101/126 freeway from Santa Barbara/Santa Clarita: Exit Oxnard Boulevard. Turn LEFT and go over the freeway. Make your first LEFT onto Town Center Drive. Make a LEFT onto Ventura Road. Travel 1 mile and it will be on your RIGHT before Vineyard Ave. (watch for traffic lines at the entrance to the parking lot).
Accommodations | Hotels, Motels
The Residence Inn by Marriott at River Ridge is proud to be the host hotel for the Dallas Cowboys Training Camp and will be exclusive to the Cowboys organization for the duration of Training Camp 2021. Book your stay at one of Oxnard’s incredible lodging options, and come to multiple practice sessions.
Fan Club Members
Dallas Cowboys United fan club members have an opportunity to get early entry to Training Camp approximately 30 minutes prior to non-member fans. Seating is not guaranteed and will be available on a first-come first-served basis.
Preferred members will have access to reserved seating; elite members will have access to VIP seating. There will be no field access and autograph sessions at Training Camp 2021 due to NFL health and safety guidelines.
Consider joining the Dallas Cowboys United, go to their website at dallascowboys.com/united for details on other benefits. All practice times and dates are subject to change.
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DAILY VIP PASSES & VIP Experience Winner
Thank you for entering to win Daily VIP Passes to DCTC 2021! The contest has closed. Daily VIP Pass winners are as follows:
Saturday/Sunday, July 24/25 – VIP Experience Winner
Tuesday, July 27 – Andrea Yaroslaski
Wednesday, July 28 – Wilhelmenia Fortson
Thursday, July 29 – Vanessa Torres
Saturday, July 31 – Chris Quiroz
Sunday, August 1 – Jonathan Mcfall
Tuesday, August 3 – Kassandra Benavidez
Saturday, August 7 – Brian Patterson
Tuesday, August 10 – Danielle Horn
With approximately 2,000 entries to Visit Oxnard’s Dallas Cowboys Training Camp 2021 VIP Experience contest, congratulations to Miguel Castellanos from Grand Prairie, Texas! Miguel and guest will fly aboard American Airlines to LAX and be provided ground transportation to Oxnard, where they will enjoy a 3-night stay in one of Oxnard’s premiere hotel properties and be awarded VIP passes to attend two practice sessions. We’re thrilled to welcome you!
Congratulations to 2021 VIP Experience winner Miguel Castellanos from Grand Prairie, TX!
2019 VIP Experience Winner, Stacy Gardner of Midlothian, TX
Camp LT, Ladainian Tomlinson with members of the Dallas Cowboys
PHOTOS FROM PAST EVENTS
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JOIN HALL OF FAME RUNNING BACK LaDAINIAN TOMLINSON and MEMBERS OF THE DALLAS COWBOYS in CONJUNCTION WITH TOMLINSON VENTURES.
LaDainian Tomlinson is considered one of the greatest running backs to ever play in the NFL. He was chosen 5th overall in the 2001 draft by the San Diego Chargers and finished his rookie year with 1,236 yards rushing, 59 catches and 10 Touchdowns. 2001 was the first of his eight straight 1,000 yard seasons.
Tomlinson was an exceptional receiver as well catching over 50 passes in nine of his 11 seasons with career high in 2003 when eclipsed 100 catches.
In 2006 Tomlinson was named the NFL’s most valuable player when he rushed for 1,815 yards had 31 touchdowns which established a new single-season record at the time.
Tomlinson was elected to 5 pro-bowls and finished with 13,684 rushing yards, which ranks 5th all time. His 145 rushing touchdowns ranks 2nd all time and his 163 total touchdowns ranks 3rd behind only behind Jerry Rice (208) and Emmitt Smith (175).
Tomlinson was named to the all decade team of the 2000’s.
ANY CAMP CAN TEACH SKILLS AND DRILLS. BECOME A TRUE LEADER AND A BETTER STUDENT-ATHLETE WHILE TRAINING AT PRO FOOTBALL HALL OF FAMER LADAINIAN TOMLINSON’S CAMP LT.
Members of the Dallas Cowboys: TBA
Camp will include offensive and defensive training for athletes ages 7-18
- Athletes will rotate from offense to defense at their chosen position
- Athletes separated by age, position, and skill level
- Camp consists of up to 6 hours of instruction per day – a sample schedule may be found by clicking HERE
- Recruiting opportunities for high school athletes. More information can be found by clicking HERE
- Athlete to coach ratio will be roughly 10:1 at all times. Staff will consist of high school and college level coaches
- Camp will include a free t-shirt and a pair of shorts
- Camp will include guest instruction by HOF RB LaDainian Tomlinson and members of the Dallas Cowboys
- Overnight and day options available – all-you-can-eat meals included
- 24 hour supervision – all staff must pass mandatory background checks
- Camp store will be available throughout camp
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Camp is a tremendous opportunity for a family member or coach and athlete to share something very precious and rare in today’s society – time together! Volunteer as a counselor today! Learn More below
Do Dallas Cowboys players really coach at the camp. Yes! Although we never guarantee how many Dallas Cowboys will attend, last summer current and former NFL players attended! We promise there will be Dallas Cowboys at the camp this summer! Some of the current and former Dallas Cowboys and other NFL players that have taught at this academy include:
- Ladainian Tomlinson, Hall of Fame Running Back, San Diego Chargers
- Michael Irvin, Hall of Fame Wide Receiver, Dallas Cowboys
- Dak Prescott, Quarterback, Dallas Cowboys
- Troy Aikman, Former Quarterback, Dallas Cowboys
- Emmit Smith, Former Running Back, Dallas Cowboys
- Antwaun Woods, Defensive Tackle, Dallas Cowboys
- Jason Garrett, Former Head Coach, Dallas Cowboys
- Jason Witten, Tight End, Dallas Cowboys
- Sean Lee, Linebacker, Dallas Cowboys
- Kavon Frazier, Safety, Dallas Cowboys
- Kony Ealy, Former Defensive End, Dallas Cowboys
- Jaylen Smith, Linebacker, Dallas Cowboys
- Doug Free, Former Tackle, Dallas Cowboys
- George Iolka, Former Defensive Back, Dallas Cowboys
- Orlando Scandrick, Former Cornerback, Dallas Cowboys
- Brandon Carr, Cornerback, Baltimore Ravens
- Tyler Patmon, Former Cornerback, Dallas Cowboys
- Danny Amendola, Wide Receiver, Detriot Lions
- Miles Austin, Former Wide Receiver, Dallas Cowboys
- Barry Church, Former Safety, Dallas Cowboys
- Lucky Whitehead, Former Wide Receiver, Dallas Cowboys
- Lance Dunbar, Former Running Back, Dallas Cowboys
- J. J. Wilcox, Safety, Atlanta Falcons
- Jermey Parnell, Former Tackle, Dallas Cowboys
- Teddy Williams, Former Cornerback, Dallas Cowboys
- Alan Ball, Former Defensive Back, Dallas Cowboys
- Anthony Spencer, Former Defensive End, Dallas Cowboys
- Daryl Johnston, Former Fullback, Dallas Cowboys
- Jay Novacek, Former Tight End, Dallas Cowboys
- Nate Newton, Former Guard, Dallas Cowboys
- Bill Bates, Former Defensive Back, Dallas Cowboys
- Leon Lett, Former Defensive Tackle, Dallas Cowboys
- Charles Haley, Former Linebacker, Dallas Cowboys
- Damien Wilson, Former Linebacker, Dallas Cowboys
- Stephen McGee, Former Quarterback, Dallas Cowboys
- Babe Laufenberg, Former Quarterback, Dallas Cowboys
- Quincy Carter, Former Quarterback, Dallas Cowboys
- Jackie Battle, Former Running Back, Dallas Cowboys
- Kevin Ogletree, Former Wide Receiver, Dallas Cowboys
- Jamaica Rector, Former Wide Receiver, Dallas Cowboys
- Ahmad Merritt, Former Wide Receiver, Dallas Cowboys
- Reggie Swinton, Former Wide Receiver, Dallas Cowboys
- Lousaka Polite, Former Running Back, Dallas Cowboys
- Kevin Smith, Former Running Back, Dallas Cowboys
- Chris Warren, Former Running Back, Dallas Cowboys
- Erik Bickerstaff, Former Running Back, Dallas Cowboys
- Lonyae Miller, Former Running Back, Dallas Cowboys
- Al Johnson, Former Running Back, Dallas Cowboys
- Keylon Kincade, Former Running Back, Dallas Cowboys
- Reshard Lee, Former Running Back, Dallas Cowboys
- Richie Anderson, Former Running Back, Dallas Cowboys
- Reshaad Lee, Former Running Back, Dallas Cowboys
- Jamar Martin, Former Running Back, Dallas Cowboys
- Jerald Sowell, Former Fullback, Dallas Cowboys
- David LaFleur, Former Tight End, Dallas Cowboys
- Eric Bjornson, Former Tight End, Dallas Cowboys
- Rodney Hannah, Former Tight End, Dallas Cowboys
- Freddie Jones, Former Tight End, Dallas Cowboys
- Randal Williams, Former Tight End, Dallas Cowboys
- George Hegamin, Former Tackle, Dallas Cowboys
- Ben Noil, Former Tackle, Dallas Cowboys
- Kurt Volleers, Former Tackle, Dallas Cowboys
- Russell Mayland, Former Tackle, Dallas Cowboys
- Tyson Walter, Former Tackle, Dallas Cowboys
- Larry Allen, Former Guard, Dallas Cowboys
- Steve Rissler, Former Guard, Dallas Cowboys
- Marcus Price, Former Guard, Dallas Cowboys
- Matt Lehr, Former Guard, Dallas Cowboys
- Andre Gurode, Former Center, Dallas Cowboys
- Phil Costa, Former Center, Dallas Cowboys
- Ben Fricke, Former Center, Dallas Cowboys
- Clay Shiver, Former Center, Dallas Cowboys
- Mark Stepnoski, Former Center, Dallas Cowboys
- Tyson Walter, Former Center, Dallas Cowboys
- Kenyon Coleman, Former Defensive End, Dallas Cowboys
- Greg Ellis, Former Defensive End, Dallas Cowboys
- Hurvin McCormack, Former Defensive End, Dallas Cowboys
- Kavika Pittman, Former Defensive End, Dallas Cowboys
- Marcus Smith, Former Defensive End, Dallas Cowboys
- Tony Tolbert, Former Defensive End, Dallas Cowboys
- Jim Jeffcoat, Former Defensive End, Dallas Cowboys
- Darrell Robertson, Former Defensive End, Dallas Cowboys
- Jay Ratliff, Former Defensive Tackle, Dallas Cowboys
- Shaun Smith, Former Defensive Tackle, Dallas Cowboys
- Chad Hennings, Former Defensive Tackle, Dallas Cowboys
- Jermaine Brooks, Former Defensive Tackle, Dallas Cowboys
- Daleroy Stewart, Former Defensive Tackle, Dallas Cowboys
- Ola Dagunduro, Former Nose Tackle, Dallas Cowboys
- Victor Butler, Former Linebacker, Dallas Cowboys
- Bradie James, Former Linebacker, Dallas Cowboys
- Brandon Williams, Former Linebacker, Dallas Cowboys
- Scott Shanle, Former Linebacker, Dallas Cowboys
- Kevin Burnett, Former Linebacker, Dallas Cowboys
- Quincy Butler, Former Linebacker, Dallas Cowboys
- Dexter Coakley, Former Linebacker, Dallas Cowboys
- Randall Godfrey, Former Linebacker, Dallas Cowboys
- Keith O’Neil, Former Linebacker, Dallas Cowboys
- Omar Stoutmire, Former Linebacker, Dallas Cowboys
- Dedrick Harrington, Former Linebacker, Dallas Cowboys
- Alex Obomese, Former Linebacker, Dallas Cowboys
- Kalen Thornton, Former Linebacker, Dallas Cowboys
- Akwasi Owusu-Ansah, Former Cornerback, Dallas Cowboys
- Jacques Reeves, Former Cornerback, Dallas Cowboys
- Everson Walls, Former Cornerback, Dallas Cowboys
- Pete Hunter, Former Cornerback, Dallas Cowboys
- Sterling Moore, Former Cornerback, Dallas Cowboys
- Michael Hamlin, Former Safety, Dallas Cowboys
- Darren Woodson, Former Safety, Dallas Cowboys
- Jasper Johnson, Former Safety, Dallas Cowboys
- Abram Elam, Former Safety, Dallas Cowboys
- Courtney Brown, Former Defensive Back, Dallas Cowboys
- Kevin Mathis, Former Defensive Back, Dallas Cowboys
- Damarius Bilbo, Former Defensive Back, Dallas Cowboys
- Pete Hunter, Former Defensive Back, Dallas Cowboys
- Chris Boniol, Former Kicker, Dallas Cowboys
- Billy Cundiff, Former Kicker, Dallas Cowboys
COWBOY FOOTBALL CAMPS 2019-Individual Camp #1
Grades 9-12 all are welcome
Check-In: June 26, 2:00 p. m. – 3:30 p.m., Indoor Practice Facility
CAMP FEE: Commuter* – $180; Resident** – $240; Resident Early Arrival $270
*COMMUTER IS A CAMPER WHO DOES NOT CHOOSE TO STAY IN THE DORMS
** RESIDENT IS A CAMPER WHO USES UW LODGING
-THIS IS A 1/2 PADDED CONTACT CAMP-
DEADLINE JUNE 23th @ 11:59PM
This camp will be coached by the entire UW football staff as well as over 20 current coaches from all three divisions. Instruction will be given on the specific details of each position by the area’s best collegiate coaches.
FOOD AND HOUSING: Resident campers will be housed in TBA with UW Dining Services serving all-you can-eat meals each day of camp. No linens provided. Each camper should bring, sheets, pillows, blankets towels, soap, and we also recommend a fan.
WHAT TO BRING: Campers should bring tennis shoes, grass football cleats and workout clothes (t-shirts, supporters, socks and shorts. ) Campers must provide their own helmet, shoulder pads, jersey, and mouth guard. If needed we will rent shoulder pads and helmets for 20$. Any loss of equipment will be directly billed to the individual. Please check the appropriate box on the registration form. Bring money for food and Wyoming gear.
DISCIPLINE: All camp rules will be presented the fi rst day of camp and must be followed. Any violation of camp rules will result in dismissal with no refund given.
It is the policy of the University of Wyoming not to discriminate against any individual on the basis of race, sex, gender, color, religion, national origin, marital status, disability, age, veteran status, sexual orientation, genetic information, political belief, or other status protected by state and federal statutes or University Regulations in matters of admissions, employment, housing, or services or in the educational programs or activities it operates, in accordance with civil rights legislation and University commitment. Direct inquiries to the Office of Diversity 1000 E. University Ave. Dep 4307 Laramie, WY 82071 (307) 766-3459
Accommodations for Guests with Disabilities Wyoming is required to provide reasonable accommodations for guests with disabilities. Guests are required to contact the sponsor a minimum of three weeks before the event to enable the sponsor to make appropriate arrangements.
Dallas Cowboys Training Camp Battles To Be Excited For ✭
The Dallas Cowboys began their first official training camp practice in Oxnard, CA this past Thursday afternoon. So far there have been some great notes and players that turned some heads and make plays on both sides of the ball, but most of all this team seems focused in the early parts of camp.
The fact that we have some football to discuss after the players were off over the past six weeks should get everyone excited and pumped for what is to come. As training camp kicks off, let’s dive into some battles that I am most intrigued to see shake out over these next few practices.
Kelvin Joseph vs Nahshon Wright
This battle for the 2nd cornerback spot opposite of second-year player Trevon Diggs is the one I am most anxious to see unfold between 2nd round pick Kelvin Joseph and 3rd round pick Nahshon Wright.
On the first day of camp, Wright has already shown the aggressiveness, length, and toughness that defensive coordinator Dan Quinn raved about during the draft process as he managed to get three pass breakups and a near interception.
Jon Machota on Twitter: “Rookie CB Nahshon Wright with the pass breakup pic.twitter.com/kl0BogdXI4 / Twitter”
Rookie CB Nahshon Wright with the pass breakup pic.twitter.com/kl0BogdXI4
So far it seems Wright has used every ounce of energy to make plays as he was heavily criticized by media and draft experts when being selected on Day 2 of the NFL Draft. On the flipside, Joseph has not yet made the impact like Wright but he’s shown that he can handle the workload and keep up with the pace of these practices.
As we continue to further evaluate this battle, the Cowboys seem to have two players that can bring some attitude to a defense that was historically bad last season.
Bradlee Anae vs Dorance Armstrong
The second battle will be for the backup defensive end role between second-year player Bradlee Anae, who was inactive for most of the 2020 season, and Dorance Armstrong, who has made a minimal impact since being drafted by Dallas in 2018.
I like for Anae to win this spot because I believe he has a lot more upside in the run and passing game than Armstrong has ever shown. Anae has the natural ability to rush the passer as that is what he did so well at the University of Utah, but he will need to prove to the coaching staff he can be effective in the run game to get on the field.
Armstrong seems to not have a specific role with this team so it will be interesting to see how he can play in this new defense that Quinn will be running.
We have more training camp practices coming as well as preseason to give us a glimpse of who will have the upper hand at this backup spot but I believe Anae in the end will come out on top.
Trysten Hill vs Carlos Watkins
Lastly, this position is not receiving much attention due to the fact third-year defensive tackle Trysten Hill is still recovering from a Torn ACL he suffered in the early part of last season, and free-agent signing Carlos Watkins has yet to show what he can do.
It may not be as exciting to most fans but this backup defensive tackle spot will be important as a rotational piece in Quinn’s defense. I would like for Hill to have a good recovery so he can put together a good training camp and get some preseason snaps as he has shown flashes but not enough to guarantee himself a spot.
Watkins will be a camp body but I may be wrong and he may prove to be a solid rotational contributor. We will have to see how this spot will shake out as Hill continues to rehab but Watkins can use this opportunity to prove his worth while Hill is on the sideline.
Wyoming Cowboys to open fall camp Tuesday
(Editor’s note: UW Athletics release)
LARAMIE, Wyo. – As the Wyoming Cowboys prepare for the 2020 college football season, the pieces are in place for the Cowboys to continue their trend of being a consistent winner in the Mountain West Conference. Wyoming will move into the next phase of preparation for the 2020 season next week when they begin fall practices. The first day of fall camp will begin on Tuesday, Aug. 11. All practices will be closed to media and the general public.
The Cowboys’ performances under head coach Craig Bohl and his staff over the past several years have been among the most successful periods in Wyoming Football history. UW Football has an opportunity in the 2020 season to reach some milestones that have rarely if ever been accomplished in program history.
∙The Pokes Will Seek Their Fourth Bowl Bid in Five Seasons in 2020
As the 2020 college football season approaches, the Wyoming Cowboys will be seeking their fourth bowl bid in five seasons. That would be the first time in Wyoming Football history that the Cowboys achieved that milestone.
∙In 2019, Wyoming Appeared in Third Bowl Game in Last Four Seasons for Only the Second Time in Program History
Over the past four seasons, Wyoming has appeared in three bowl games — the 2016 San Diego County Credit Union Poinsettia Bowl, the 2017 Famous Idaho Potato Bowl and the 2019 NOVA Home Loans Arizona Bowl. That was only the second time in Wyoming history that accomplishment had been achieved. The only other time that UW appeared in three bowls over a four-year period was in the 1987 and ‘88 Holiday Bowls and the 1990 Copper Bowl.
∙Wyoming Looking for Fifth Consecutive Bowl-Eligible Season in 2020 — Cowboys Haven’t Accomplished That Since 1995-99
Wyoming has posted four consecutive bowl-eligible records over the past four seasons — 8-6 in 2016, 8-5 in 2017, 6-6 in 2018 and 8-5 in 2019. UW will be seeking its fifth consecutive bowl-eligible season in 2020. The last time Wyoming posted five consecutive bowl-eligible seasons were 1995-99. Actually, UW posted seven consecutive bowl-eligible seasons from 1993-99.
∙Cowboys Record Third Eight-Win Season in Bohl Era, First Time Since Paul Roach Era That Wyoming Teams Have Accomplished That
Wyoming’s 8-5 record in 2019 marked the third time in the Craig Bohl coaching era at Wyoming that the Cowboys won eight games in a single season. The 2016 Cowboys posted an 8-6 record, and the 2017 Pokes ended the season 8-5. The last time a UW football staff posted three eight-win seasons during their coaching tenure was the Paul Roach era. Roach’s Cowboys posted records of 10-3 in 1987, 11-2 in 1988 and 9-4 in 1990.
∙UW Seeking Its Fourth Eight-Win Season in Five Years, Only Previous Time That Milestone Was Reached in Wyoming History was 1955-60
When the 2020 season kicks off, Wyoming will be seeking its fourth eight-win season in the past five years. The only time that has been accomplished in Cowboy history was a stretch of five eight-win seasons in six years from 1955-60. The 1955-60 timeframe covered the final two seasons of the Phil Dickens era and the first four years of the Bob Devaney era.
∙Anticipation for the 2020 Season
Anticipation for the 2020 Wyoming football season began shortly after the Cowboys’ bowl win in December. Part of that anticipation was of course due to the return of several key players from last year’s successful team. The other factor leading to great anticipation for the 2020 season was due to UW’s home schedule which was to feature six opponents who, like the Cowboys, all participated in postseason play in 2019.
With the announcement by the Mountain West Conference on Aug. 5 of an eight-game conference schedule and up to two non-conference games in 2020 combined with an earlier announcement from the Pacific-12 Conference that schedule will now change. But the anticipation for college football among players, coaches and fans still remains. The MW will release the conference schedule in the days to come, but everyone now knows the season will start no earlier than the week ending Sept. 26.
∙War Memorial Stadium Has Become a Great Home-Field Advantage — Wyoming Posts Second Perfect 6-0 Regular Season Home Record in Four Seasons
Wyoming was a perfect 6-0 in home games for the 2019 season. It was the second time in the Craig Bohl era that Wyoming won all six regular-season home games in a single season. The Cowboys also posted a perfect 6-0 regular-season record in 2016. Prior to that, the Pokes had not won all six of its regular-season home games since 1996.
∙Attendance at Wyoming Home Games in 2019 was the Second Largest Home Attendance in School History
Attendance at Wyoming home games in 2019 was outstanding. A total of 138,042 fans attended UW home games in 2019, averaging 23,007 fans per game for the six-game home schedule.
Wyoming’s 2019 attendance ranks as the second largest home attendance in school history for a six-game home schedule. The only season that had a larger home attendance for a six-game home schedule was the 1988 season when 142,516 fans attended Cowboy home games for an average of 23,753 fans per game.
∙Preparing for a Season During the Coronavirus Pandemic
Adjustments to preparations for the 2020 season were of course part of this past spring and summer due to the Coronavirus pandemic. The Cowboys weren’t able to conduct any Spring Practice drills prior to the pandemic shutting down on-campus classes. But the Wyoming strength and conditioning staff did an outstanding job of working with players virtually and providing them ways to work out at home while student-athletes finished the spring semester at their homes across the country. When the players began returning to campus in early June for voluntary workouts, they returned in excellent shape and the strength staff worked with them regularly throughout June and July to get them in top shape prior to the beginning of mandatory workouts in mid-July.
Asked how the Coronavirus pandemic affected his team’s preparation, Bohl said, “You can see some different dynamics and everyone is recalibrating. The NCAA has given us some flexibility in the lead up to fall camp, allowing us to do some walk-thrus and film sessions which we have not been allowed to do before. But a lot of this is going to come down to the ownership by the players. We’ve got to be able to move forward in a healthy and safe way. That means our guys have to stay within a bubble.
“It is going to be a different year, where it will depend on who can stay healthy, how coaches will respond and who can adapt better. It may also be different in that you may think you’re playing XYZ team next week, but all of a sudden you’re not, and then it comes down to who can be flexible, who can be nimble and can compose gameplans on short notice and how players will adapt to those gameplans.
“I do think that Dr. (Matthew) Boyer, our chief medical officer, has come up with a good plan. The protocols were put in place and what has gone on this summer in our training facility has been top notch. I see our players and staff being very diligent about wearing their masks and social distancing, so the plan we have is something I feel very comfortable with. But the concern is when people leave this bubble, what kind of decisions are they making and what kind of exposure do you have.”
Overall, seventh-year Wyoming head coach Bohl is excited about the program that he and his staff have built, and he is particularly excited about this year’s Cowboy team.
“I think we have the makings of having a pretty solid team,” said Bohl. “Every year, we’ve developed a little more of an identity, certainly offensively. I’m concerned a little bit defensively, losing both of those senior linebackers. We’re going to be challenged there. But if we can get good linebacker play, I think we have a chance to be better defensively than we were last year.”
How did former Penn State star Micah Parsons fare in first NFL preseason action for the Dallas Cowboys?
Over his two seasons at Penn State — and his four seasons of high school football in central Pennsylvania before that — Micah Parsons showed a knack for being a playmaker who was in the right place at the right time.
And during the first series of his first preseason game of his NFL career, Parsons showed that yet again.
Parsons lined up on the edge on the left side of the Dallas Cowboys and sprung into the Pittsburgh Steelers backfield where he scooped up a fumble off a botched exchange by Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph. On the sixth play of the NFL’s annual Hall of Fame Game in Canton, Ohio, Parsons had already made an impact. You can watch the play here.
Overall, Parsons finished with three tackles and the fumble recovery in his two series on the field with the Cowboys. Of the 12 defensive plays for the Dallas defense, Parsons was on the field for at least 11 of them.
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The reporting out of Oxnard, Calif., during Cowboys training camp the past few weeks indicated Dallas defensive coordinator Dan Quinn planned to use Parsons all over the defense, whether it was a run-stuffing linebacker, a pass rusher off the edge or a coverage player.
On the fourth play of the game, Parsons jumped into the backfield and forced Steelers wide receiver Ray-Ray McCloud out wide on an end-around. On the second play of the second series, Parsons blitzed straight up the gut. And on his final play — a third-down incompletion by Rudolph — Parsons lined up over the center and rushed up the gut.
It’s clear that Parsons is a player who can be used in multiple ways with success, and the Cowboys plan on doing just that so far.
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Parsons joined perhaps football’s most prominent franchise with high expectations. He was the third defensive player selected as the No. 12 overall pick in the 2021 NFL Draft, and some analysts viewed him as the top player in the class on that side of the ball.
Despite opting out of the 2020 college football season, Parsons put up eye-popping numbers at Penn State’s Pro Day back in March, and his tape and stats from his college career backed up his testing numbers.
Parsons earned All-American honors as a sophomore in 2019 after he recorded 109 tackles, 14 tackles for loss, five sacks, five pass breakups, four forced fumbles and one fumble recovery. In two years in State College, Parsons lived up to his hype as a five-star recruit out of Harrisburg High in the Class of 2018.
Thursday night was his first attempt to live up this hype as an NFL first-round pick with the Cowboys.
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The Dallas Cowboys’ Start Date, Time, How to Watch HBO Show
A year on since it featured two teams simultaneously in the midst of a training camp affected by an unprecedented global pandemic, one of the NFL’s most iconic documentaries reverts to type.
Hard Knocks makes its return on August 11—less than a month before the scheduled start of the NFL season—and for the first time since 2008 HBO cameras will focus on the Dallas Cowboys.
It’s the third time the franchise has featured on the series and, as ever when it comes to America’s Team, there should be plenty of materials for viewers to sink their teeth in.
COVID-19 will still be a key talking point in the series, but football will remain the number one focus.
“We are beyond grateful to the Cowboys for opening up their doors and allowing HBO and NFL Films to spend the summer with one of the sport’s world’s truly iconic franchises as they prepare for the upcoming season,” said HBO Sports vice president Jonathan Crystal.
Here’s everything you need to know about this season’s series.
Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott #21 talks with quarterback Dak Prescott #4 during training camp at River Ridge Complex on July 24 in Oxnard, California.
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Now in its 16th season, the show is produced by NFL Films and gives viewers an insight into an NFL team’s training camp. As ever, the show is granted unparalleled behind-the-scenes access, which it uses to explore a series of different storylines.
They include impact rookies can have in their first season, the coaching staff’s plans for the season, how new signings fit into their new surroundings as well as a big focus on roster cuts.
As usual, the series had access to players’ and coaches’ meeting rooms, training rooms, living quarters and practice fields.
This year, expect to see a large portion of the show focusing on coronavirus and its lasting impact on teams and players, both in terms of protocols and in terms of conversation surrounding which players have been vaccinated and which haven’t.
NFL Films production crews were on-site at the Cowboys’ training camp in Oxnard, California, and the series will be narrated by Liev Schreiber, marking his 15th appearance on Hard Knocks.
Hard Knocks Start?
The first episode of the new season of Hard Knocks: The Dallas Cowboys to give its full title will air at 10 p.m. ET on Tuesday, August 10, on HBO. An hour-long episode will air each week on Tuesday at the same time, culminating in the season finale on September 7.
The Cowboys open their NFL season two days later when they travel to Florida to take on the reigning Super Bowl champions Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Thursday Night Football.
How to Watch
Hard Knocks on TV and Online
Hard Knocks will be available on HBO, HBO on Demand, HBO NOW, HBO GO and HBO partner streaming platforms.
Replays will be available every Wednesday night and can be streamed on HBO via HBO Max and partners’ platforms.
Will Non-Football Fans Enjoy
Being a Cowboy fan or at least a football fan will certainly help, but Hard Knocks‘ reach has long stretched beyond football’s traditional boundaries. That sense of appeal will be even bigger this season as the series features a team that lends itself perfectly to the format.
For better of for worse, the Cowboys are almost always box office stuff and few, if any, other franchises in American sports generates the same amount of love and hate America’s Team can spark.
“The Cowboys are one of the most storied franchises in NFL history and a team that elicits strong reactions from fans around the world,” said Ken Rodgers, Vice President, Senior Coordinating Producer at NFL Films.
“Tens of millions of fans love them, but just as many people love to hate them. Either way, when the Cowboys show up people watch, which makes them perfect for Hard Knocks. This year, their high-profile status as ‘America’s Team’ is paired with uniquely interesting storylines.”
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90,000 Summer Vacation: Top Six Children’s Camps
Photo: Altitude Summer Camps in Verbier Switzerland
Not sure what to do with your child during the holidays? One of the options for an exciting summer vacation is a children’s camp. It remains only to choose a direction.
From July 1 to August 31, 2019, a children’s football camp will open for the first time in Costa Navarino, whose mentors, the official coaches of FC Bayern, will conduct training sessions. Children who are vacationing with their parents in one of the Costa Navarino hotels – The Westin Resort Costa Navarino or The Romanos, a Luxury Collection Resort can enroll in a football camp.
Young footballers will be taught how to handle the ball and will be shown the basic elements of the game and techniques: dribbling and passing the ball, attack and defense.The program includes two-hour morning and evening classes, as well as games and team competitions. Beginning footballers will not only gain practical skills, but also learn about football strategy, team spirit and fair play.
Photo: TMI Consultancy
Summer Language Center in Cyprus English in Cyprus is located in the small picturesque village of Episkopi on the southwestern coast of the island, just 15 minutes drive from the resort town of Limassol. Attending extracurricular activities allows children to practice English while interacting with peers from around the world.
Among the evening activities: aerobics, zumba, dancing, football, volleyball, photo club, competitions, fashion shows, karaoke, talent shows, mini Olympics, treasure hunt, discos, quests, watching movies. The excursion program includes a visit to Nicosia, Lefkara, Blue Lagoon, Ayia Napa sea caves, grottoes, Troodos mountains, Caledonia waterfall, Fasuri water park and other main tourist centers of the island.
Turkish Space Camp, which is a 5-minute drive from Izmir Airport, invites you to plunge into the cosmic world. Children aged 9 to 15 get acquainted with the astronaut’s work schedule, can try all seven space simulators, visit the observatory and use a telescope to study the planets, and in the laboratory they observe the growth of plants in atypical or even unearthly conditions.
Photo: SPACE camp
The Swiss chain of Altitude International Summer Camps is considered one of the best in Europe.At the height of the Alpine mountains, children, depending on the chosen program, are taught literature, English, music and develop their sports skills – for example, they teach how to play golf and squash. Here are excellent conditions for accommodation and all-inclusive meals.
Photo: Altitude Summer Camps in Verbier Switzerland
For creative children it is worth choosing an art camp. Children can get in touch with the art of European masters of pen and brush in the famous Italian camp Arte al Sole.Draw sketches of the landscapes of Tuscany, study the architecture of Florence or the sculpture of Rome: parents can choose the geographical direction of the trip themselves. The program, completely written in English, invites you to immerse yourself in the world of European culture, adapting the proposed knowledge even for the smallest students.
Photo: Arte al Sole
Not far from Athens, in a picturesque valley on the Peloponnese peninsula, an extreme vacation awaits young travelers.Stay in the saddle with confidence, rodeo and farm – Camp The Ranch will introduce children to the life of real cowboys. On the territory of the camp, completely stylized as an Indian village, there is a farm with deer and boars, stables with 25 horses and 6 ponies.
Photos: The Ranch
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90,000 FROM STUDY TO ACTION. How to make your vacation unforgettable?
Another academic year has passed, as usual – quickly and unnoticed … Ahead – three whole months of rest from school lessons and homework.The summer holidays, which were so awaited by the schoolchildren, are in full swing, this is a time of real rest, a favorable time to restore health.
How to make your holidays unforgettable? What is the use of keeping your child busy when there is so much free time? The answer to this question is always available from educators and counselors of various camps, the doors of which were opened for children in June. How to choose a children’s camp to which you can safely send your child on vacation? There are many offers.Advertisements extol each camp. There is a tent city, language programs, a football camp, a cowboy rest, a theater session, and much, much more. Summer camps are a great opportunity to actively relax and make new friends, to be saturated with vivid impressions before the school year.
What to choose? Summer camp for work and rest. Why? Because it is so reminiscent of childhood, because the guys really work and rest there, and most importantly, they feel like adults, people responsible for their choice.Sounds tempting, doesn’t it? It is not in vain that 15 young men and women of the State Educational Institution “Secondary School No. 5 in Vileika” for the fourth year in a row not only have excellent rest and work well, but also earn money in the labor and recreation camp “New Generation” on the basis of the Lesnaya Skazka Children’s School. A picturesque place on the banks of the Viliya, century-old spruce and pine trees, a landscaped area, fresh air, friendly staff create an atmosphere that disposes to a good mood. The attentive staff of the nursery in Kurenetsky forestry help organize the work shift.Therefore, the days spent in the camp flew by fun and interesting. Experienced educators, compiling an educational program for the shift participants, took into account everything: the age of the children, interests, hobbies and wishes of the children themselves.
Children had time to have a good rest and gain strength for further study. Every day in the labor and recreation camp, sports and recreation and cultural events were held. Girls and boys took part in contests, games, quizzes with pleasure, became participants in the museum quest, visited the swimming pool in the State Institution “TsFOR” Saturn “, watched an exciting movie in the cinema” Mir “.
Time flew by in the New Generation labor and recreation camp. Nine days of work, rest, communication and discovery. Nine days of bright, interesting, and most importantly, full of useful deeds and events.
The founders of the ArrrBooz camp network Evgenia Dolgintseva and Anna Baburova: “Our children feel good!”
The founders of the network of children’s camps “ArrrBuz” Evgenia Dolgintseva and Anna Baburova in an interview incamp . en told about the history of the project and why children should choose this particular camp. Evgeniya graduated from the Moscow City Pedagogical University, Faculty of Special Pedagogy and Psychology . Anna – graduate of Ivanovo State University, philologist.
– How and when did the idea of creating your camps come about?
– In 2006, the Arsenal School of Managers decided to open a children’s direction aimed at the children of clients.I became the leader of this direction. Anna joined the project two years later. With Arsenal we have spent more than 30 shifts, including abroad, have developed unique programs: tourism, development of independence and responsibility, a business camp, where the techniques of experts from the field of business were used, and others.
In 2012, the management closed the children’s department. At that moment I was on maternity leave with my second child, Anna went to work for a large airline.
But the older campers from different cities did not accept the situation. They gathered in Moscow and invited us. The guys, some of whom were barely 14 years old, discussed plans with burning eyes on how they would convince Arsenal to host the camp. They will write a program, come to the leadership, they will organize a shift, and they will teach everyone how to work in “their” camp.
Then we decided to carry out the last shift for the guys ourselves. She also became our first – the ArrrBooz project began with her.The guys, thanks to whom it all started, now ride with us as counselors.
– What is your camp network now?
– Our camps are very different, but in each of them two key conditions are met:
- There is a theme, both play and educational, and during the shift, the guys master psychological skills – communication, emotion management, responsibility, etc.
- Every day at the planning meeting we discuss how the day went, we plan the next, taking into account the needs and resources of the participants.
The venues are different, but each is special in its own way – from a secluded home in the Pskov region to a surf station on Lake Volgo or a river in Karelia.
– Are the programs different from camp to camp?
– All our camps are different from each other. The themes of the shifts were repeated no more than 5 times over the entire time, and even then when 4-5 years have passed since the similar program, that is, all the participants have grown.
– Please tell us more about each program and daily schedule?
– This summer we will have 9 shifts.Actual:
Two shifts in Mytishchi – short (5 days), in the format of a city camp and a camp with accommodation. A good opportunity to “try” the camp. In one of the programs, “Secrets of the Lost Galaxy”, we will learn to manage emotions, and in the second, “Around the World Travel to Seas and Oceans,” we will develop memory, attention and thinking.
At the beginning of July – surf camp on the Volgo lake. This is a great option for a “light” hike. We live in tents on the shore of a beautiful lake, but many of the inconveniences of camping life at this base are not so acutely felt.There is no need to assemble and disassemble tents, there are equipped toilets, and even a shower once a shift, cooks prepare food, there are tables and benches under the tents. But at the same time, this is real life in nature with songs by the fire and trunks of pine trees illuminated by the sunset rays.
In the middle of summer – Business camp. This program includes the experience of the oldest business school, technology and business games of the most famous experts. An opportunity not only to learn about the world of business, but in practice to start your own business and try yourself in the role of an entrepreneur.
Back in August, two programs will take place in Chiverevo, on the bank of the Pirogov reservoir. These are equestrian session “Cowboy stories” and creative session “Dialogue of cultures” . In the first, we will learn horse riding skills and get acquainted with cowboy life, and in the second, we will create our own people with a unique culture and history, while not forgetting to study existing peoples and cultures. The base in Chiverevo has a good location – it is the shore of a reservoir with a sandy beach, a forest and large playgrounds, as well as a carpentry and pottery workshop, a swimming pool, laser tag and much more.
– Which children would each camp be ideal for?
– Mytishchi – for beginners who have not been to the camps before, especially if the child is worried about how the first experience will go.
“Volgo” – for fans of windsurfing and for those who want to go hiking, but have never tried or are not ready for the complexities of a camping life.
Business Camp – for teenagers thinking about choosing a profession, who wants to play business games and try themselves as an entrepreneur.
“Cowboy Stories” – for guys who already know how to ride or want to try.
“Dialogue of Cultures” – for those who like to invent, create, compose, learn about different peoples and cultures.
– What makes your camps unique? Why choose you?
– No matter how cliché it sounds – an individual approach to the development of each child, and a unique environment – friendly, supportive, allowing to open up.
– How do you select staff and counselors?
– Many of our counselors are former members of our camps. Or like-minded people who found out about us through recommendations.
Throughout the year, our team takes part in training events in pedagogy, psychology, medicine. We are working together to prepare the shift.
– What skills can a child learn by going to your camp?
– Communication skills, the ability to listen to others and express your position so that you can be heard.Self-management skills, responsibility and independence.
– What is the percentage of returns to your camp?
– About 85%. Almost all of our children, having gone once, come back again.
– What is the entertainment program in the camp?
– Depending on the shift and the capabilities of the base, various excursions are held: Solovki, the Zhostovo decorative painting factory, Warsaw, laser tag, visits to swimming pools and water parks, pottery, carpentry and other workshops.
Every evening, in any shift, an evening event is held – a game, a concert, an artistic or musical evening.
During the shift, there are many sports games – both classic (pioneerball, football, bouncers, volleyball, etc.) and thematic (“Flag”, “Wagon train”, “Tower”, “Hare, hare, give back your ears”, etc.). ).
– The main goal of our camp is to create a place for children where they feel good, they are heard and understood, and at the same time they want to change and grow.
– The main advantage of our camp is the unique friendly atmosphere
– The main disadvantage of our camp is … Our advantages are such that it is very difficult to tell strangers about it. Therefore, mostly new children come to us on the basis of recommendations.
– Most of all I love our camp for our children!
– A child who comes to us for the first time should 9050 tune in to joy and communication.
– Most of all in our camp you will remember guitar and songs in a circle.
If you liked the ArrrBooz camp, book your trip right now:
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90,000 Enforex Valencia – summer camp in Valencia for children and teenagers
Arrival dates 2019: June 30, July 14 and 28, August 11
Number of students: about 150 children, 40% of whom are foreign students and 60% are Spanish
Summer camps for teenagers Enforex
For two decades, Enforex has been offering training programs in summer camps for children and adolescents.Bringing together students from all over the world, these programs enable young people from different countries to make Spanish friends of their own age, gain a deep understanding of the Spanish way of life, and raise their awareness of different world cultures. Students come from over 32 countries, creating a unique environment for the development of language and interpersonal skills.
Enforex offers 8 summer language camps located exclusively in the most prestigious private schools in Spain.
Classes are held in student residences in camps in Barcelona, Madrid, Malaga, Marbella, Salamanca and Valencia, where students take 4 or 5 lessons per day of Spanish or English.
In addition, young people participate in a variety of traditional summer camp activities such as sports, games, competitions and parties. And the fact that they are located in Spain makes it easier to get an additional bonus – cultural trips and visits to historical sites.To top it all off, a dedicated staff of advisors accompany, encourage and mentor students 24 hours a day. All this adds so much fun that vacationers don’t even notice how much they learn!
Main objectives of Enforex Summer Camps:
learn Spanish or English in a healthy, friendly and multicultural environment
get to know Spanish culture and traditions under the guidance of qualified consultants and trainers
provide a supportive attitude that enhances the student’s ability to perform daily exercises, regardless of the help or concern of their families
to offer a wide range of different sporting and cultural activities and travel that encourages students to develop individual character, self-confidence and the necessary skills
form social relationships and make new friends from Spain and other countries of the world
instill the values of teamwork and individual responsibility
relive every day as an exciting new adventure
Location of the Enforex summer camp.Valencia
Valencia is the third largest city in Spain and has undergone a cultural renaissance in recent years. Located on the Mediterranean coast, Valencia is a medium-sized city with a population of around 800,000. It has spacious, clean beaches, long promenades, charming architecture and a mild, sunny climate. Valencia is a great summer camp destination. Students visit the beach at least twice a week.
The summer camp is located in the vibrant university area of Valencia.It is easy to get to the beach and the city center from the camp. The camp has an internet class, audio and video classrooms, television, a room for games and meetings, a laundry room and all conditions for sports.
Summer Camp “Enforex” collaborates with the University of Valencia and combines other universities and schools in a complex, thus giving students a feel for the local social sphere.
Age groups of students:
Training program in summer camps Enforex
The school uses a constantly evolving teaching methodology and interactive curriculum developed by experienced teachers, trainers and administrators.
Summer language courses are organized in the form of 20 lessons per week, with 4 lessons every day, from Monday to Friday (except for the Marbella Alberge – Centro camp, where students receive 25 lessons per week). Each lesson is 45 minutes long. To ensure an individual approach to each student, the maximum class size does not exceed 14 people.
The carefully designed curriculum emphasizes conversation and communication so that students can take full advantage of their surroundings and apply what they learn by talking to friends for the rest of the day.Morning classes are the only time Spanish and international students are separated, returning in the afternoon and evening for various activities. The programs are 100% compatible with the US credit system.
The success of the training depends to a large extent on the teaching team. To this end, Enforex has assembled a highly qualified and energetic teaching staff for its camps.All Spanish teachers are graduates of at least five-year university programs in Spanish Linguistics and teach Spanish as a foreign language. Most of them have masters and / or doctorates in Spanish and all have a CAP – Certificate of Teaching Ability. The summer camp faculty is experienced in teaching young people of different ages and implements a wide range of techniques and activities to communicate with each age group and type of learning.
The language program is designed taking into account the fact that the school is a summer camp. In other words, the classes are designed to be interesting and entertaining enough to motivate students to the fullest, while at the same time optimizing classroom time by encouraging conversation and discussion in a serious and professional manner. The goal of the school is to ensure that students have as much enjoyment as possible during their studies within a short period of time.The methodology focuses on a communicative approach, using a variety of methods to cover the basics of language learning: grammar, speaking, listening, vocabulary, pronunciation, writing, and intercultural literacy.
The teaching materials are designed for each age group and are divided into different levels of language competence. A set, consisting mainly of texts and a workbook appropriate for each grade, is given to the student on the first day of the course.Other multimedia audiovisual tools are also fully utilized during the lessons.
Each student takes an entrance test on the first day of class to determine their level of language. After the test, they are respectively placed in one of 6 levels, from beginner to master.
On the last day of their stay at the camp, each student receives a certificate detailing the achievements realized during his stay.
available in all Enforex summer camps in Spain
a total of 20 lessons per week divided into 4 daily lessons from Monday to Friday
each lesson lasts 45 minutes
maximum 14 students per class
the curriculum is carefully designed to emphasize conversation and communication so that students can take full advantage of their surroundings and apply what they learn by talking to friends during the rest of the day
Spanish and foreign students are separated only during language classes, the rest of the time they spend all together
available in all Enforex summer camps in Spain
a total of 20 lessons per week divided into 4 daily lessons from Monday to Friday
each lesson lasts 45 minutes
maximum 14 students per class
the curriculum is carefully designed to emphasize conversation and communication so that students can take full advantage of their surroundings and apply what they learn by talking to friends during the rest of the day
Spanish and foreign students are separated only during language classes, the rest of the time they spend all together
Activities and excursions at the Enforex summer camp.Valencia
Valencia has two enchanting settings – a thriving big city and beautiful beaches that are harmoniously combined.
In the afternoon, after classes, numerous activities are organized in the camp:
Numerous clubs work:
Students also have an excellent opportunity to visit cities such as Peñiscola, Benidorm, Gandia, Javita, Sagunto, Alicante, Albufera, Saler, and others with sightseeing tours.
This summer camp offers the same hands-on activities as other camps:
national flamenco dance and much more.
In addition to training, sports activities and excursions, children’s summer camps offer children a varied entertainment program, which holidaymakers enjoy daily, whether it be in the afternoon or in the evening. Recreational activities may include, but are not limited to:
contests and treasure hunts
night shows: music, theater, talent and costume competition
traditional summer camp games
theme nights: cowboys and Indians, 60s, middle ages
discos / dances
Sports at the Enforex summer camp.Valencia
The school promotes healthy lifestyles and ensures that all children participate in sports activities.
There are two ways of doing sports at school:
afternoon sports activities for all children in the camp
“complementary sports” that students can order in advance if they have a particular interest in working on sports skills in a specific area
Daily Afternoon Sports at Summer Camp include:
Students can concentrate in their free time on a specific sport.Availability depends on the chosen camp.
Additional sports available at the Enforex Summer Camp in Valencia:
Upon request, the school can organize a sailing program. That’s 12 lessons for a two week camp stay. The program is designed for students who want to learn and practice their sailing skills. They will be trained and supervised by professional instructors.
Accommodation at the Enforex summer camp. Valencia
Accommodation embodies the essence of the summer language camp philosophy – to live, learn, play and practice languages together 24 hours a day in a completely multicultural environment. When children are accommodated in a school residence, Spanish and international students are only separated during morning language classes. They will experience everything else together, from waking up in the morning to sports, art workshops, recreational activities, excursions, food, and more.This is the perfect recipe for making friends from all over the world!
The hostel consists of triple rooms with bathroom and toilet. Most rooms have a small balcony. The rooms also have wireless internet access and air conditioning.
In addition, accommodation with host families is offered for students aged 14 and over.
All children are provided with full meals 7 days a week with three meals a day – breakfast, lunch and dinner.Students are also provided with meals on sightseeing trips.
International sports and recreation camp “THE RANCH”
• Large heated swimming pool (size – 32.5×15.5m, depth – 1.20-3.33 m). Equipped with starter bollards, 8 lanes
• Medium heated pool (size – 24.5×9.5m, depth – 1.20-3.30m). Equipped with starting bollards and polo gates, 6 lanes
• Swimming pool for children 6-8 years old (size – 12.0 x 5.5 m, depth – 0.75 m)
• Sports hall.The area is 800 m², the ceiling height is 12 m. The Taraflex floor covering has non-slip and shock-absorbing properties, guaranteeing not only efficiency, but also safety of the exercises. There is a universal marking, there is a gymnastic mat
• Choreographic hall. Equipped with high-quality parquet floors, large mirrors and dance machines
• Martial arts hall. Area – 200 m², covering – soft wrestling mats tatami
• Gym.The simulators are new, designed for all muscle groups
• Several soccer fields. 2 fields (11 x 11 m) with artificial turf and evening lighting, 1 field (112 x 65.2 m) with natural turf
• Three riding arenas. One of them is Olympic class. Today the camp owns 25 ponies and horses. If necessary, you can take riding lessons under the supervision of professional instructors free of charge
• Table tennis tables
• Two tennis courts (38 x 15 m)
• Two volleyball courts (45 x 23 m).Crumb rubber
• Two Beach Volleyball Courses
• Four outdoor basketball courts (37 x 18 m). Fields with standard and children’s baskets
• Sports grounds
• Contact zoo. Every child will have an unforgettable and educational acquaintance with such animals as rams, mountain goats, deer, cows, wild boars, sheep, pigs
• Train to travel through the territory of the “Ranch”
• Amphitheater.Aged in the traditional ancient Greek style, designed for 1200 spectators, equipped with professional sound equipment
• Educational campus. Includes a hairdresser’s, a cheese dairy, a grocery store, mills, workshops, a small milk processing plant, bakeries
stylized for the general theme of the camp
• Climbing wall