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#GirlDad Camp

When:
July 17-19, 2020
Who:
Daughters Ages 8-18
Price:
TBA

The BYU #GirlDad Camp provides a great opportunity for fathers to build and strengthen relationships with their daughters. The main focus of this camp is to inspire and empower girls.

Come interact and learn from some of BYU's best coaches including 2019 NCAA Cross Country National Runner-Up coach Diljeet Taylor, 2018 Volleyball NCAA National Coach of the year Heather Olmstead, and 4-time Conference Basketball coach of the year Jeff Judkins.

Check-in begins on Friday, July 17th at 11 AM and the camp will consist of 3 days of sports, bonding, great food, interaction with BYU coaches and players, and spiritual experiences. You will go with your daughter from station to station for a wide variety of sports and activities including basketball, volleyball, and get to know your daughter games.

Saturday evening includes a catered dinner and a myriad of activities around the campus to attend with your daughter.

The highlight of the camp is Sunday with a sacrament meeting in the morning, a catered lunch, and a special fireside. The camp concludes at 4 PM.

The cost of the camp is $245 per person. This means if you want to sign up 1 dad and 1 daughter you need to register two people at a total cost of $490.

HOUSING WILL NOT BE PROVIDED AT BYU FOR THIS CAMP

We have arranged for special group rates at preferred local hotels for those who need hotel rooms. Click on any of the hotel options below for more information.

For Residence Inn located at 252 W 2230 N in Provo CLICK HERE

For Residence Inn located at 1290 S University Ave in Provo CLICK HERE

For Hyatt Place located at 180 W 100 N in Provo CLICK HERE


Registration date TBA

Due to the ongoing impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, all BYU-sponsored spring and  summer camps, conferences, workshops and similar activities through Aug. 13, 2020 will be canceled.  This includes all Sports Camps scheduled during that time period. The main priority continues to be the health, safety and wellness of our participants, student-athletes, coaches, administrators and staff. 


BYU Sports Camps are open to any and all entrants, limited only by age, gender, and space in the camp.