Boys Junior Prep Camp FAQ

What age groups are appropriate for these programs?
The Junior Prep Camp is for current year Bantam-Midget AA/AAA and Junior A/B players only.


How do I register for one of these programs?
You may register online via our program listing on the CampVine summer camp registration system by CLICKING HERE.


Will I get a confirmation/participants packet?
Yes, you will be emailed a link to our website where the Participant Packet will be available for download on, or shortly after, June 1. In it you will find info directly related to the Junior Prep Camp, including: check-in times, daily groupings, team color assignments, general camp and location info, staff bios, staff contact numbers, emergency contact numbers, residence hall locations, daily camp schedule, a consent to treat form, airport pick-up details, dorm check-in procedures, meals info, and airport drop off details.


What if I register after June 1?
The link to download the participant packet will be included in the Prep Camp Acceptance email which you will receive shortly after you submit your registration.


Is the daily schedule online?
Yes. The Junior Prep Camp daily camp schedule is available for download on the main Prep Camp Forms page by clicking here.


What kind of coaches can we expect for these programs?
The coaches for all our programs are current NHL, NCAA and Junior A coaches.


What time is registration/check-in?
Please click here to go to either the Resident Camper Information Page or the Day Camper Information Page to find check-in time details for each group.


What do I need for registration/check-in?
You need to have completed and returned the USJDP Junior Prep Camp Health & Consent to Treat Form, and be paid in full before your player can participate in any daily activities.


Can we stay and watch?
Of course! The more you learn the better as well.


Are there fans available for the dorm rooms?
A limited number of fans are available for check out at the front desk of the housing facilities. These will be given out to all campers that fly in first, and to campers that drive in second. If you are driving to camp to stay as a resident camper, it is advised that you pack your own fan.