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Red Berenson's Michigan Hockey Camp 

Summer Ice Hockey camps have been in Ann Arbor since 1984 after the arrival of Red Berenson, Michigan's current head coach. The camp has built its stellar reputation by having a dedicated and professional staff, organized practices, utilizing outstanding rinks, dorm, and off-ice facilities, and a well-supervised daily schedule that is created to promote safety and most importantly, FUN!!  

This year, the 2016 Red Berenson Hockey Camp will return to Yost Ice Arena in Ann Arbor. Campers will have the opportunity to enhance their skills and game in one of college hockey's most accomplished arenas. While participating in camp, resident campers will be housed at the University's South Quadrangle, 600 E. Madison Street. 

   
Week I (AAA Week*): July 10-14  
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Camp Fee:

Resident - $625 (includes room and board)

Commuter-  $450 (includes lunch and dinner)

Open to boys and girls ages 10 to 18

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Week II: July 17-21  

Camp Fee:

Resident - $625 (includes room and board)

Commuter-  $450 (includes lunch and dinner)

Open to boys and girls ages 10 to 18

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Week III (AAA Week*): July 24-28  
Camp Fee:

Resident - $625 (includes room and board)

Commuter-  $450 (includes lunch and dinner)

Open to boys and girls ages 10 to 18

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Week IV: July 31-August 4  

Camp Fee:

Resident - $625 (includes room and board)

Commuter-  $450 (includes lunch and dinner)

Open to boys and girls ages 10 to 18



*While this week is designated as "AAA" (players who play at this level), the camp is still open to any and all entrants (limited only by number, age, grade and/or gender) 

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In accordance with NCAA rules, Michigan sports camps may limit attendance based on several factors, such as age, number and grade level. However, camp attendance at Michigan (including attendance at elite or advanced camps) is never restricted by a camper's skill level or competitive experience.