Pocono Invitational Basketball Camp

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  • Pocono Invitational


  • PoconoInvite


  • info@poconoinvitational.com


  • (570) 992-6343


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Winter address

1930 Heck Avenue, Neptune, NJ, 07753

Summer address

(May 15-August 20) 381 Fetherman Road, Stroudsburg, PA, 18360


Sample Camp Schedule

7:15-8:00am Early Bird Workouts

8:15-8:55am Breakfast

8:55-9:10am Attendance/Morning Announcements

9:10-10:45am Skill Development

10:45-12:30pm Games

12:30-1:45pm Lunch

2:00-2:45pm Guest Speaker

2:45-3:45pm Skill Development

3:45-5:30pm Zone/3v3 Games

5:30-6:30pm Dinner

6:30-7:30pm Skill Development/Camp Competitions

7:30-9:15pm Games

9:15-10:30pm Evening Activities (Passing Tag, Dodgeball, Camp Fire, Free Time)

10:30pm Lights Out

Yes, every cabin is air-conditioned.

Cabins hold up to 6-8 campers with two larger cabins holding up to 18.

Absolutely! Simply email Alexw@poconoinvitational.com!

Provided is a packing list. If your son/daughter is staying for more than a single camp, we recommend packing at least one of each clothing item per day of their stay. As an aside, we recommend avoiding packing valuables such as cash, credit cards, jewelry, or any other valued items.

No, we have plenty of basketballs at camp, there is no need to additional basketballs!

You will set up a canteen account during the registration process. We accept both cash and card as a form of payment.

We recommend not bringing additional money as we are not liable should the money get misplaced. Parents can always call into our office to add additional funds to the canteen account if need be.

Yes, all three meals are provided in our dining hall. We have a professional chef on staff who prepares every meal. Additionally, be sure to reach out to our staff with any dietary/allergy needs.

We bring in coaches from all levels of basketball to coach at camp. We have high-school coaches, AAU coaches, collegiate coaches, former professional players, and current professional players.