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Find camps and workshops, organizations and magazines, books and videos covering speed, aggressive, artistic, hockey and recreational skating. The information on this page is subject to frequent change as the sport of inline skating evolves.


Recreational Skating Camps

Total novices and advanced beginners, pamper yourself with a learn-to-skate vacation. Camp Rollerblade is offered in two- and five-day formats across the US. For more details, call 1-888-758-8687. Prices and the current schedule for camps and tours can be found at:

Eddy Matzger Workshops

These popular skating workshops are an intense but fun 2-day clinic for all abilities. Learn skating and racing techniques--including the double push--through group skates, games and drills, off-skate exercises, mock stage races, and video analysis. Call 888-WRKSHOP, email or sign up on the web at Clinics book up fast so don't delay.

Aggressive Skating Camps

Woodward Camp provides aggressive skating instruction on bowls, ramps, rails and street; grind rails are made to pro specifications. Camps are located in California, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania. All contact info can be found on their web site at

Barry Publow's
Training Clinics
Weekend Camps

Beginning each spring, inline author and speedskating coach Barry Publow offers a 6-month "e-training" program geared for Intermediate to Advanced skates who want a structured and intense summer training program to prepare for major fall marathons. For more information:

Barry also offers weekend SpeedCamps in various locations. See:

Mobile Skate School (Arizona)

Skating America brings in-line skating into K-12 schools and colleges, promoting a lifestyle of physical fitness and health. Instructor Curt Jabin brings all necessary gear.



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