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Boys Camps & Clinics

Northstar Lacrosse Boys Summer Lax Camp in Hopkins

Lavin Lacrosse/UMD Boys Summer Lax Camp in Prior Lake

Lavin Lacrosse Youth Day Camp, June 11-14.

White Bear Lake Community Recreation Youth Lacrosse Session


The White Bear Lake Community Recreation Department offers a spring 'Intro to Lacrosse' session. The session runs the month of April and is open to boys/girls grades 1-5 and is held afterschool at Lincoln Elementary. All equipment provided, however you are welcome to bring your own lacrosse stick. 

Registration opens in late winter. The 2018 session is FULL. Click here to learn more.

White Bear Lake Area YMCA Youth Lacrosse

The WBL Area YMCA (and surrounding YMCAs) offers youth lacrosse programs. Click here to find a program. 

Vadnais Heights Youth Rec Fall Lacrosse

Boys/Girls Grades 1-5

Come play one of the fastest growing sports in America!  Children develop skills in a fun, Lacrosse non-competitive class structure.  Catching, throwing, scooping, cradling, and offensive/defensive strategies are just some of the basics you will learn while focusing on sportsmanship.  All equipment provided, however you are welcome to bring your own lacrosse stick. 

Registration opens in the fall. Click here to learn more.

Acceleration North Sports Training Centers
Acceleration North in Arden Hills offers individualized lax training for all ages. Package rates for 6, 12, or 18 sessions. Click here to learn more.

EastSide Lacrosse Camp in Lake Elmo, MN June 19-21, 2018

Homegrown Boys Summer Lax Camp at Univ. of St. Thomas

Homegrown has provided summer youth lax camps for 15 years. Click the ad to learn more.

St. John's University Boys Youth Overnight Camp

St. John's University holds a boys overnight lacrosse camp July 27-30 in Collegeville, MN. Click here to learn more.

Is an elite travel team right for your player? 

Elite travel teams have grown in popularity over the last several years. Minnesota is known for sending competitive teams of boys/girls of all ages to tournaments around the country to compete and play in front of college coaches and recruiters. Whether your player intends to play lacrosse in college or not, these teams can be a good supplement to our local White Bear Lacrosse association team experience. The cost and commitment level varies by elite team.  Participation on these teams is NOT a sure-fire way to be recruited--nor is participation required to play at the college level. WBL players have gone on to play at the college level with and without this experience. Many elite team alums, however, will tell you the experiences they have had and the relationships they build with these players, coaches, and families on and off the field are invaluable.

If you're interested in learning more, visit the websites of these teams or check with your player's coach. They will likely have some great recommendations based on their own personal experience w/ an elite team, or based on your player's needs. Most of these teams hold tryouts in the fall  for the following summer's travel teams.

WBLAX will never pressure our families to take part in these elite teams. We believe that decision is best left to you and your player.