Session #1, Sunday, June 18–Thursday, June 22 (NO AVAILABILITY)

Session #3, Thursday, July 6–Monday, July 10  (NO AVAILABILITY)

Session #4, Wednesday, July 12–Sunday, July 16 (LIMITED AVAILABILITY)

Session #5, Tuesday, July 18–Saturday, July 22 (LIMITED AVAILABILITY)

Our weeklong intensive training sessions include a heavy dose of fundamentals, tournaments, all-star games, and 3-on-3 to teach spacing concepts — all in a state-of-the-art collegiate facility. Athletes from across the U.S., Canada, Europe, and Asia train to be well-rounded, complete players.

By The Numbers

  • 3 games per day
  • 3 fundamental skills instruction sessions per day
  • 1 competition and 1 station period per day
  • 1 coach for every 8 campers (best in the nation)
  • 6 leagues, so every camper competes at the appropriate level
  • Report card analyzing your game as well as individual workout program
  • 58 state-of-the-art baskets
  • 24/7 on-site care by athletic trainers
  • 6 a.m. and 9 p.m. daily workouts (optional)
  • Guest speaker and individualized instruction
  • Staff members on each floor of the residence halls 
  • NCAA-style tournament play
  • Individual and 3-on-3 competitions
  • “Skits” that emphasize the importance of academics and being a well-rounded person


Session #1, Sunday, June 18–Thursday, June 22 (NO AVAILABILITY)

Session #3, Thursday, July 6–Monday, July 10 (OPEN)

Session #4, Wednesday, July 12–Sunday, July 16 (LIMITED AVAILABILITY)

Session #5, Tuesday, July 18–Saturday, July 22 (LIMITED AVAILABILITY)

Food and Lodging

  • Three catered meals per day
  • Numerous dining options, including Chick-Fil-A, Moe’s Southwest Grill, Starbucks, and The Grill
  • Air-conditioned cluster dorm rooms with mini fridges
  • Semi-private baths
  • Free adidas shirt for every camper


$535* Resident Camper | $495* Commuter Camper (*$270 deposit due at registration; non-refundable after March 1, 2017)


Early registration discounts:

  • $75 for applications received by December 25, 2016
  • $25 for applications received on December 26, 2016 through March 1, 2017
  • $15 for applications received from March 1 through April 1, 2017

Multiple session discounts: $20 (Attend additional weeks and receive a $20 discount for each additional week.)

Family discount: $20 (Receive a $20 discount for each child enrolled.)

Special group discounts: All applications in a group must have the same group name written on the application. Group names must match exactly (case and spelling sensitive). Groups can only be established with new campers, not registered campers.

Total in group Discount per camper
5 – 9$20.00
10 – 19$25.00
20 or more$30.00


Bridge Days


June 17–June 18 ($10 per person—housing between Father/Son and Session #1)

June 22–June 23 ($65 per child—includes housing, meals, entertainment, and supervision)

July 10–July 12 ($130 per child—includes housing, meals, entertainment, and supervision)

July 16–July 18 ($130 per child—includes housing, meals, entertainment, and supervision)

Travel and Transportation

CWBC offers campers convenient pickup and drop-off points at central locations.$50 non-refundable transportation fee each way (not included in tuition).  Campers are transported to and from camp on a charter bus and will check on and off the bus with a Coach Wootten’s Basketball Camp Staff member.

Transportation stopsDeparture To Camp Return Home
Dulles Airport/Baggage Claim #4, Door #79:50 a.m.8:00 p.m.
Tyson’s Corner/L.L. Bean Parking Lot G10:30 a.m.7:15 p.m.
Lake Forest Mall/Sears Auto Center Parking Lot11:15 a.m.7:15 p.m.
Annapolis Mall/Jared Galleria10:00 a.m.8:15 p.m.
Columbia Mall/Sears Auto Center Parking Lot10:35 a.m.7:45 p.m.


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5 decades. 200,000+ campers.

Individual, expert-level attention every single day

Individual and group discounts available


I wanted to send a big thank you to the staff. I sent three of my players, two of them my nephews, to camp this week. They all three just got home and they haven’t stopped raving about the experience. Thank you!

Growing up, Wootten Camp was my measuring stick. It was how I measured where I was as a player every summer. The work I would put in all year – I judged it at camp for a week. Getting a chance to compete against kids from all over the country gave me a lot of confidence. I also learned valuable lessons that helped me get to where I am now.

Thank you for providing my son, Gary, with a stellar, focused opportunity to work on his skills. He had a great time, learned much, and came home eager to work hard. I appreciate the professionalism and the quality of this program.