Frequently Asked Questions

important information regarding 2022

NH Hoopskills, LLC will follow CDC and SNHU COVID-19 guidelines

If you have special requests for your camper to be moved to a different team, please wait until after the first day of camp. We understand most young kids want to be with their friends, however, it is not possible to comply with all requests, but we will do our best to insure each camper has the best experience they are comfortable with. 

NH Hoop Skills, LLC, New England Sports Center and Southern New Hampshire University and all staffs members are not liable for any accident or injury that may occur during camp. All medical release forms must be filled out completely before any camper is cleared to participate. See Registration to find the medical release information.

The camp store will be open daily selling a variety of refreshments, snacks, as well as shorts and t-shirts.

Parents/guardians should enter the building to pickup your camper at the end each day. Parking can be a challenge so please make sure you use caution in parking lot.

Unfortunately there will not be pool time, SNHU is closing their pool indefinitely.   


Additional daily activities take place throughout the week. Theme days, such as Red Sox Day, pink day, costume, etc. have become a camp favorite. While we encourage campers to participate, it is not mandatory. The staff puts in tremendous effort on a daily basis to make the week the best possible experience for every camper. The staff is made up current and past SNHU players, as well as the SNHU coaching staff. Thank you for choosing NH Hoop Skills, we look forward to developing your game while having fun. If there are any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact. Thank you, and go Penmen!