Volleyball Camp

@ Piper Park

June 2021

Camp will remain at Piper Park for the summer of 2021 due to the College of Marin campus closure.

Last summer, we successfully ran three weeks of camp during COVID-19 with zero positive cases. We will continue to follow all Marin County guidelines to ensure the safety of coaches and campers.

Camp Director, Amanda Estes, has been running volleyball camp in Marin for the past 20 summers and is excited for another summer of fun in the sun!

Volleyball Camp @ Piper Park

Monday - Friday

9:00am - 3:00pm

(Actual times will vary depending on staggered drop off and pick up times.)

Session I: June 14 - 18

Session II: June 21 - 25

Session III: June 28 - July 2

One Session: $350

Two Sessions/Siblings: $650

Three Sessions/Siblings: $950

Register Here!

Our volleyball camp is a place where new and returning campers learn about the game while making new friends. Campers will participate in drills, team competitions, and receive instruction in volleyball fundamentals, skills and tactics. We focus on creating positive learning experiences for all.

In addition to volleyball, campers will have the opportunity to participate in other activities that may include: kickball, frisbee, arts and crafts, board/card/water games and more. We will work to keep campers engaged, cool and safe.


Girls and Boys Ages 8 - 14 (incoming freshman)

Experienced and non-experienced campers are welcome!


Piper Park

250 Doherty Dr, Larkspur, CA 94939

Campers will need:

  • snack and lunch

  • masks

  • athletic shoes and attire

  • kneepads (optional)

  • refillable water bottle

  • sunscreen

  • hat/sunglasses

  • towel/small blanket to sit on

  • personal hand sanitizer (optional)

All campers will receive a camp T-shirt!

Register Here!


(Guidelines will be updated as per Marin County camp regulations)

In order to prevent the spread of infection at our summer camp, we will be following all applicable guidelines including, but not limited to:

  • Mandatory use of masks for all CAMPERS and STAFF

  • Campers will remain within their cohort for the week and socially distance

  • Conducting daily health screenings/temperature checks at drop off

  • No intermixing with other cohorts

  • Frequent hand-washing/sanitizing by all campers and staff members

  • Teaching and reinforcing covering coughs and sneezes among campers and staff

  • Have designated volleyballs per court

  • Sanitizing equipment regularly

  • Sanitizing sink and toilet handles


Currently, all campers and coaches are required to wear masks at all time.

For additional Marin County guidelines, please visit their website


For further questions, please email summervballcamp@gmail.com