Kent Lacrosse Camp

Welcome to the inaugural year of Rhino Lacrosse Camp at the Kent School! All players will come away from the Rhino Lacrosse Camp with the necessary tools to compete in the game of lacrosse at a higher level. Directing this years camp will be Kent School’s Head Lacrosse Coach Michael Kruger. He will be joined by the world class coaching staff including current Division I collegiate players, college coaches, high school coaches and professional players all hand picked by Ryan Powell. All players will receive position specific training and will leave camp knowing all the important facets of the game from shooting and stick work to the tips, tricks and techniques of the pros. Each day of camp will not only include on field instruction, games and demonstrations but also positional talks, player-coach Q & A sessions, and much more! Rhino Lacrosse Camp is an exciting and rewarding experience for lacrosse players of all levels and abilities to improve their skills and confidence.

Train with the best to become the best. Train with Rhino Lacrosse.

July 19 – 23, 2020
Kent School
1 Macedonia Road
Kent, CT 16757
Boys 5th-12th grade
*Grade based on 2020-2021 academic year

$725 – Overnight Camper
$595 – Extended Day Camper  8:45am-8:45pm
*Payment Plans Available through payment options during registration
*US Lacrosse active membership is required for registration. To become a member or renew your membership click HERE. Have a membership and can’t remember the number? Click HERE to look it up.
*All campers will receive a FREE Powell Lacrosse stick!
Goalie Discount: $50 off registration fee using code GOALIE. Please note: In order to receive goalie discount, players must register as a goalie and play goalie for all sessions. 
Early Registration Discount: $50 off if registered before March 1st!
Discount expires at 11:59PM EST on February 29th, 2020. 


Camp Features:

  • Position specific training
  • 8:1 Camper to staff ratio
  • Specialized goalie instruction and discounts
  • Pro player demonstrations
  • Elite coaching
  • Guest speakers and motivational talks
  • Certified athletic trainer
  • All staff background checked
  • Camp store
  • World famous Rhino Lacrosse Bucket Toss and Catch-O-Rama
  • Raffles, giveaways and prizes
  • Exclusive Powell Lacrosse discounts
  • FUN! FUN! FUN!

Rhino Lacrosse is excited to feature Blaze Riorden, of the Premier Lacrosse League, as this years’ camp director!

Fueled by our commitment to protect our athletes, Rhino Lacrosse requires all coaches to be US Lacrosse members. This ensures that all coaches complete a mandatory national background screening through National Center for Safety Initiatives (NCSI) and required online SafeSport training. It is the intent of the SafeSport Program to clearly demonstrate our commitment to the safety and well-being of lacrosse athletes.

Overnight & Extended Day Camps

Overnight- Campers will be staying in the dorms at Kent School. All meals will be provided for overnight campers through the duration of the camp.

First meal provided will be dinner on Sunday, July 19th  the last meal of camp will be breakfast on Thursday July 23rd.

Extended Day- Extended day campers will stay off site at the discretion of their guardians. Lunch and dinner will be included in camp tuition.

Daily drop off for campers is 8:45am (except Sunday) and pick up will be 8:45pm each night.

First meal provided will be dinner on Sunday, July 19th, the last meal of camp will be dinner on Wednesday, July 22nd.

What to Bring To Camp:

  • Lacrosse stick
  • Lacrosse gear (gloves, elbow guards, helmet, shoulder pads, athletic cup, etc.)
  • Mouthguard
  • Cleats
  • Athletic clothes (T-shirt, shorts, socks, etc.)
  • Sunscreen
  • Spending $$ for camp store. Camp store will feature snacks, drinks, equipment and apparel
  • Sandals/Casual Shoes (for when you are not playing)
  • Athletic Sneakers
  • Any medications you will need- The Trainer will be on-site during check-in for any medication assistance
  • Casual Clothing (for when you are not playing)
  • Toiletries & towel(s)
  • Pillows and Linens **Pillows and Linens are not provided. Please plan on bringing your own. All beds are Twin XL

Frequently Asked Questions

Can my child be dropped off/picked up by another adult?

You are more than welcome to carpool to camp. At check-in and check-out we will require each player to be signed in and signed out by a responsible adult. This does not have to be the camper’s parent, but this adult will assume all responsibility for the player arriving at and departing camp.

Is my son allowed to drive himself and his friends to camp?

If your child will be driving himself or anyone else to camp we ask that each parent please send an email to info@rhinolacrosse.comletting us know that they will be checking themselves in and out. Upon check-in our staff must be given any car keys, as players are not to be driving off of campus during camp.

Any cars that are parked on campus during the camp are subject to the schools parking policies.

When will my son receive his room assignment?

Players will receive their room assignments upon check-in. We try our best to match each player with their requested roommate. If for some reason this is not possible, we try to match players with other individuals from their school or club team.

Staff will be dispersed throughout the dorm rooms to ensure that all players are accounted for. Should your child have an issue or concern during the night, the staff member will be available for them.

Will bedding be provided? 

Pillows and linens are not provided. You can bring your own or rent them from NAU during camp. You can rent pillows and linens during check-in from NAU. Please note that these beds are twin XL.

Are the dorms air-conditioned?

No the dorms have no air conditioning. Please send your players with fans or anything else they may want to stay cool!

Do I need to pack any meals?

All campers’ meals are included in their camp package. Players may bring snacks to keep in their dorm rooms.

What if my child has food allergies?

Due to the fact that we are limited to the cafeteria that the Kent School allows us to use, we cannot guarantee that all food allergy needs will be met. Campers themselves are responsible for limiting the risk of their food allergy exposure.

Will my child need any spending money?

Spending money can be spent on campus at vending machines and the camp store. This year the camp store will feature equipment and apparel by Powell Lacrosse. These items can be purchased throughout the duration of camp.  

Will water be provided?

Our staff will ensure that players have ample water breaks and access to water jugs. Please send your player with a reusable water bottle.

What are the rules regarding medications?

Our Athletic Trainers, will be at check-in to speak with parents or other responsible adults about campers medical needs and conditions. They will record any medication and instructions for these medications. Campers may keep their medications with them, or you may give them to the Athletic Trainers to hold on to and give to the staff member responsible for your child at night.

Can my child bring his cell phone?

Players are allowed to use their cell phones at their own discretion. We ask that they are not on their cell phones during game play or training sessions for safety reasons.

What happens in the case of extreme weather?

Our staff monitors the weather for the week of camp very closely. In the case of extreme weather, parents will be notified of any changes to the camp schedule via the email provided during registration. Please be sure that these emails are not being sent to your junk folder.

How do I contact my child at camp if he does not have a cell phone?

Should you need to reach your child at camp, our directors and staff members will be available at check-in to provide their contact information.

What if my son is injured during camp?

Two certified Athletic Trainers will be on duty for the duration of camp. They will have all players’ emergency contact information on hand.

What happens if there is a crisis or emergency during camp?

All staff members have been provided with contact information for the school’s PD, Athletic Trainers, and the Emergency Hotline. They have also been given the player emergency contact information which you provided at registration.

In the case of an emergency that affects all campers, parents will be notified via the email provided during registration. Please be sure that these emails are not being sent to your junk folder.

Am I allowed to come watch my son play?

Yes- parents are invited to join us for the last session of camp on July 23rd  from 9am to 11:30am to see what the boys have learned.

Cancellation Policy:

Refunds or credits are not offered if cancellation insurance is not purchased during registration. Cancellations must be issued in writing and sent to

Cancellation Insurance is a worry-free way to offer protection in the event of illness, injury or any unforeseen circumstances. Cancellation insurance is $55 for overnight/extended day camps and $35 for beginner, half day and full day camps. Insurance is non-refundable.  You may only purchase cancellation insurance when registering for an event.

If you purchased insurance and must cancel prior to 30 days before the event begins, a full refund of all camp fees paid minus the cancellation insurance will be processed.

Within 30 days and up to 1 week prior to the first day of the camp, if you purchased insurance and must cancel your registration, we will issue a credit of all camp fees paid minus the cancellation insurance. Your credit is redeemable at any Rhino Lacrosse event, valid for one year from the date the registration was made and is transferable to a family member.

Within 1 week of the event, no refunds or credits are offered for event cancellation, regardless of whether cancellation insurance was purchased.