• 2018 Summer Camps

    Leaders in Player Development Since 2006

    Marin Day Camp

    June 25th-27th


    MLK Field, Sausalito


    Camp Details Below...


    Sonoma State Overnight Camp

    July 9th - 12th

    Sonoma State University

    Overnight/Extended Day Camp Options


    Camp Details Below..


    Camp Details

    Booth Lacrosse Camps feature the perfect blend of instruction and fun. We use our comprehensive lacrosse training system to build a player's individual skills and lacrosse IQ. With 10+ years of experience training players on the finer points of the game, we have helped countless players reach their playing goals. Our camps feature high tempo, exciting drills and game play. Our goal is to make sure that every player on the field is engaged, involved, and having fun.




    Day Camps: K-9th

    Overnight Camps: K-12th


    Skill Levels

    Day Camps: Beginner - Advance

    Overnight Camps: Intermediate (one season of experience) - Advance


    What to bring to camp

    - Full Equipment (gloves,helmet,arm pads, shoulder pads, mouthguard, cleats, stick)

    - Water

    - Sun Screen

    - Snacks

    - Lunch (Day Camp only)


    -Extra clothes to hang out in


    -Flip flops

    -Money for camp store(snacks, gatorade etc)


    Typical Day Schedule

    8:45am-9:00am: Drop-off

    9:00am: Plyometric warmup and stick work

    9:45am: Skills demo by coaches(shooting, dodging, faking, ground balls etc)

    10:00am: Skill training

    11:00am: Group Games(Lax capture the flag, Lax dodge ball, Fastest shot etc)

    12:00pm-1:00pm: Lunch

    1:00pm: Team concept demo by coaches( fast breaks, clearing, face offs etc)

    1:15pm: Team concept skills

    2:00pm: Scrimmages (6v6, full field)

    2:45pm: Ball hunt/camper of day awards

    3:00pm: Pickup


    Typical Overnight Schedule

    8:00am - 8:30am: Breakfast

    8:45am - 9:00am: Day Camper drop off

    9:00am - 11:00am: First session (stick work, skills demonstrations, skill work)

    12:00pm - 1:00pm: Lunch

    1:00pm - 2:00pm: Pool, games, hangout

    2:00pm - 4:30pm: Session 2 (warmup, team concept work, group games)

    5:00pm - 6:00pm: Dinner

    6:30pm - 8:30pm: Session 3 (Evening games)

    8:30pm - 8:45pm: Day camper pick up

    9:00pm - 10:30pm: Free time(hangout, watch movies, camp store)

    10:45pm: Lights out​​

    Camp Directors

    Tim Booth

    CEO Booth Lacrosse

    Played professional lacrosse in the MLL and NLL for a combined 10 seasons. He's mastered every position on the field being an old fashion two way midfielder playing 6v6 offense, man up, 6v6 defense, man down, and also faced off. He is the camp founder and plans out the detailed schedule of every camp to make sure everyone is getting the best training around while having a great time!


    Tyler Simmons

    Assistant Director Booth Lacrosse

    Played attack and midfield at Division 1 University of Denver under Bill Tierney a Hall of Fame coach, making two final fours. He's a local player from the Southern Marin Wolfpack and Redwood HS where he was an MCAL champion, 3x all-league and MCAL player of the year. He has been working with Booth Lacrosse for the past 8 years.

    What sets Booth lacrosse camps apart

    Practical Experience

    We've worked with thousands of players to help them elevate their games to A teams, HS varsity, D1 college and pro. Everything we teach is based on our practical experience working with players of all ages and skill levels.



    For newer players, lacrosse can seem complex. This can lead to frustration and negatively impact a player's enjoyment. By simplifying the game, and breaking it down into “pieces”, we help players better understand how to succeed. We use drills that fuse individual skills with combination play (2 v 1, 3 v 2, 4 v 4, etc.) to break down specific game situations that help players see the game in new ways and recognize recurring situations.


    Coaching style

    Our attention to detail, consideration of how and what skill sets are taught, and the unrelenting focus of how to become a great player by building the fundamental skills which allow the player to then take the next steps toward achieving a higher IQ and becoming an impact player for their team.


    Personal Attention

    Honing individual skill is essential to becoming a great team player. Every BDP player receives personal attention that helps define his strengths and areas for growth. The resulting personal assessment reveals a path to improving specific skills and dramatically accelerates player’s development.


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