Sport Camps

Junior Griffins Summer Camps

Junior Griffins Summer Sport and Aquatic Camps are designed to engage youth by teaching basic sport and aquatic concepts in a positive environment that is both challenging and fun. Camps not only improve youths’ technical skills, by introducing them to various forms of physical activity, but they also gain techniques for a healthy life. Aquatic camps include swimming lessons. Although swimmers may not complete a level in a one-week camp, their progressions will be tracked throughout the summer.

All our kids and youth summer camps are co-ed and for ages 6 to 15* and take place in July and August. Each camp is designed to engage athletes of various experience and skill-level. They are led by MacEwan University Coaches, Athletes, and Fitness and Aquatic professionals.

Spring Break Camp

Aquatic Adventures Camp

Try the Aquatic Adventures camp for some active fun this Spring Break! With a variety of aquatic activities throughout the week, there is something for everyone! Participants should expect to spend time in the pool playing on Kayaks, the Log Roll, a Water Runner, playing games on inner tubes, and practicing Junior Lifesaving Sport, and swimming. We will also plan dryland activities that encourage physical activity and techniques for a healthy lifestyle.

Note: Supervision is extended 30 min before and after each day.

Code Days Time Dates Price
90521 Mon- Fri 9 a.m.–4 p.m. Mar 27-31 P- $200
M- $180



Forms and Waivers

See below for Griffins Sport Camps forms. Please print off and complete the forms. They will be collected during registration. If you are having problems viewing the forms or require more information before completing the forms, please call the appropriate contact from each camp under Contact Us.

Camper Information Form

(Used to collect health and emergency contact information for all campers)

Photo Release Form

(Allows photographs to be taken of campers participating in camp activities for possible use in MacEwan University Sport Camp promotions)

Camper Waiver Form

(Consent, waiver, and release by parent or guardian )

Contact Us


Summer Basketball/ Volleyball/ Sport Exploration Camps
Eric Magdanz Men's Basketball Coach

Summer Hockey Camps
MacEwan University Men's Hockey Coach
Bram Stephen

Spring/ Summer Aquatic Camps
MacEwan University Aquatics Supervisor
Davi Grossi

MacEwan University and Junior Griffins

Junior Griffins Teams

The Junior Griffins program prepares and develops athletes for competitive sport. We believe the key to success is to focus on skill development in a positive environment. 

MacEwan University Griffins Sport Teams

The Christenson Family Centre for Sport and Wellness is home to the MacEwan University Griffins and boasts state-of-the-art facilities in an easily accessible location.Visit the MacEwan Griffin Athletics website for more information on the MacEwan University Griffins.

Check in February 2017 for details on Summer 2017 Camps.

Summer Camp Location

Our summer camps are located conveniently in the heart of downtown Edmonton in the Christenson Family Centre for Sport and Wellness. The Hockey camp is located at Castledowns and The Meadows Arenas.

Summer Camp Registration

Registration is open! Register online, in person (108 Street and 104 Avenue) or by calling 497-5300. To participate in camp athletes must complete the following forms and waivers for the first day of camp.

GST will be added to the price if participant is 15 years or older.

Sport and Aquatic camps could qualify for the Children's Fitness Tax Credit. It allows you to claim eligible fees paid in the year up to a maximum of $500 per child (an additional amount is available for a child eligible for the Disability Tax Credit). Eligible fees include an amount paid related to the cost of registration or membership for your or your spouse's or common-law partner's child in a prescribed program of physical activity. The child must have been under 16 years of age (or under 18 years of age if eligible for the disability tax credit) at the beginning of the year in which an eligible fitness expense was paid.

To qualify for the tax credit, a program must be: ongoing (either a minimum of eight weeks duration with a minimum of one session per week or, in the case of children’s camps, five consecutive days); supervised; suitable for children; and substantially all of the activities must include a significant amount of physical activity that contributes to cardio-respiratory endurance plus one or more of muscular strength, muscular endurance, flexibility or balance.

Please see the Canada Revenue Agency website at for more information.

Schedules & Guides
Aquatic & Fitness Classes

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