What are the U.S. Wrestling Camps?
The U.S. Wrestling Camps were developed to provide participants the opportunity to become better and more complete wrestlers. By hiring some of the best coaches and wrestlers in the sport today, athletes will learn, develop, and enhance their skills in all phases of wrestling. Our strong network of coaches and players has designed a unique program of instruction. The goal of the U.S. Wrestling Camps is to provide young athletes with the opportunity to become better wrestlers in a FUN environment – through great coaching and healthy competition. Our staff is eager to help you improve and develop you into the best wrestler possible!
What are the ages and skill levels at the U.S. Wrestling Camps?
The U.S. Wrestling Camps are offered to young athletes ages 8-14. Our programs are designed to accommodate participants of all skill levels from those just starting the sport to top high school wrestlers.
Where do you instructors come from?
Our directors come from the top echelon of their profession, with years of experience coaching juniors. They include top college coaches, top local high school coaches, as well as current collegiate wrestlers. The quality of our instructors and their dedication to the individual improvement of EVERY CAMPER is what differentiates the U.S. Wrestling Camps from other camps.
How do I sign up for one of your camps?
There are four ways to register for our camps. The easiest way is to do it right online from our secure web site; however, you may also register with us on the phone, by fax or by US Mail.
- Online: www.USwrestlingcamps.com (Immediate confirmation). Locate the camp you wish to register for and click the “Register” button. This will take you through the easy registration process.
- Phone: Call us directly at (800) 944-7112.
- Fax: You can download an application by clicking here. Fill in this application and fax it back to us at (203) 254-0259.
- Mail: You may print out an application on our website atwww.uswrestlingcamps.com under the “download forms” tab, complete and mail it back to us at:
U.S. Wrestling Camps
1700 Post Road, Suite D-5
Fairfield, CT 06824
Where can I find detailed information for a camp that I'm already registered for such as packing lists, schedules, directions etc.?
After you register for one of our camps, a detailed confirmation and registration packet is emailed out to you. The registration packet contains answers to all the important questions about camps, including what to bring with you, what time to arrive, as well as directions and maps to the facilities. This packet of information also contains important health and release forms, which every camper must bring to camp on the first day.
What is your Camper to Coach ratio?
At U.S. Wrestling Camps the staff is dedicated to the improvement of each camper. With a camper to coach ratio of 8 to 1, the staff is able to provide personal attention to campers, and ensure campers receive the best coaching and assistance possible.
How do I request a brochure?
You can find our brochure on our website under “download forms”. From here you can download and view a PDF version of the brochure. Or if you prefer, you can request that a brochure be mailed to you by emailingsupport@USwrestlingcamps.com
How do I get a job at your wrestling camp?
We are always looking for qualified instructors who share our enthusiasm for the sport of wrestling and enjoy working with young athletes. As we continue to grow we will have numerous coaching staff positions dependent upon experience level. Please contact us at support@USwrestlingcamps.com to let us know of your interest.
A camp credit will be issued to any camper who must cancel prior to camp. The credit will be in the amount paid by the camper. The credit is transferrable to another family member and is good through the following camp season. Cash refunds are not offered.
How can I access my online account?
To make a payment or access your online account, “Click Here” . The Username and password for your account was sent to the email address you used to register for camp.