One of the best ways to find a top-notch basketball camp is to check with the local colleges in your area.
Most college basketball programs conduct basketball summer camps as a way to promote their programs and welcome potential recruits on their campuses.
You can spend as little or as much as you want on these camps.
Typically, the larger, more prestigious NCAA Division I programs are going to be more expensive. Boys and girls overnight basketball camps will be significantly more expensive than day camps.
The list below is a pretty comprehensive list of the youth basketball camps in Texas hosted by college basketball programs.
It includes schools at the NCAA I, II, and III levels, private and state universities, and religious institutions.
Most schools hold separate girl's and boy's basketball camps, but some camps are co-ed. You should be able to find a variety of summer basketball camps with the features you’re looking for.
This list does not include Texas junior colleges.
I would recommend if you have a junior college in your area with a basketball program that you contact their athletic department and see if they are conducting any camps.
Local public high schools and colleges in your own backyard are often the most cost effective and convenient camps to get your kids to.
Here are some thoughts to help you choose the best basketball camp for your child.
Stephen F. Austin
West TX A&M