Summer Camps 

in association with

Winter Kids Camp

Don't miss out on our incredible Kids Camps this summer.  Your child will feel like a sporting superstar, as they experience world class facilities across the campus.  These camps take Multi Sports to a whole new level, with over 20 different sports for children to participate in across the week, including Fencing, Swimming, Cricket, Gymnastics, Trampolining, Aquazone (for the over 9’s) and loads more. 

Our camps will inspire kids for their sporting life to come, and encourage them to try new sports and new experiences.  The indoor and outdoor world class facilities are matched only by the fun atmosphere and quality coaching.   

With our 'extra time' service your childen can stay with us from 9-5pm (standard camp runs - 9-3pm) for children aged 5-13 years old.​

Thanks to our sponsors the National Dairy Council

Get some healthy tips for camp lunches here

May Mid Term Times & Prices:

€75 per child (9pm - 3pm)

Extra time €20  (3pm-5pm).

Summer Term Times & Prices:

€90 per child (9pm - 3pm)

Extra time €30  (3pm-5pm). 

Sales and bookings:

016464 300 / 350 


Booking Camps Video Online Tutorial 

Booking Camps Online Tutorial Steps

1. Visit

2. Click on Courses

3. Select Activity 'Multi Sport Camps' 

4. Select preferred month & Search

5. Select preferred week

6. Click Add to basket icon

7. Click on 'an anonymous non-member'  & select Non member from the drop down

8. Enter details (Childs Name, Childs DOB, Parents email & phone No.

9. Click on box agreeing to terms and conditions.

10. Click on Checkout 

11. Click on proceed to online card payment

12. Enter Credit Card details to complete

Gymnastics Camp

Try our new exciting Summer Gymnastics Camp! Enjoy gymnastic games and fun, while improving gymnastic and trampoline elements and fundamentals. Perfect for children ages 5 plus

Times & Prices:

€90 per child (9pm - 3pm) 5 Days camps

Extra time €30 with Multi Sport Camps (3pm-5pm).

Sales and bookings:

016464 300    

01 6464350​

Dates are same as Multi Sport Camps

Thanks to our sponsors the National Dairy Council

Get some healthy tips for camp lunches here

Inclusive Multi Sports

Camp for children with disabilities 

The National Sports Campus Inclusive Multi Sports Camp is designed for  children with disabilities. The participants will enjoy a range of sports including athletics, rounders, cricket, archery, swimming, ultimate frisbee, rugby and soccer all delivered in an inclusive environment by our expert coaches.


The end of week presentation ceremony is also followed by a trip to the Aquazone WaterPark (parental/guardian assistance required).      


Our team of dedicated staff and volunteers are trained by CARA- the centre for adapted physical activity.  


To apply please email:

or call 01 6464350 or 01 6464300

Thanks to our sponsors the National Dairy Council

Get some healthy tips for camp lunches here


Summer Teen Camp

- for teens aged 13-15 years old


  • Sports Leadership Training

  • Intro to the gym

  • Rookie Lifeguard qualification

  • SAQ work and fitness testing

  • Variety of sports and activities


Sports included-  Orienteering, Spinning, , Diving, Gymnastics, Trampolining, Dodgeball, Rounders, Frisbee.

Times & Prices:

€90 per child (9pm - 3pm)

Extra time €30  (3pm-5pm).

Sales and bookings:

016464 300    

01 6464350

Dates are same as Multi Sport Camps

Diving Camps

A brand new Summer Diving Camp! Enjoy learning how to dive alongside the fundamentals of trampolining and gymnastics. A camp specific to Diving in Ireland's only Diving 10m venue. Perfect for children ages 5 - 14. Camps organised by European Champion and Olympian Sarah Barrow. Led by Dublin's experienced coaching team.


Dates: 9th-13th July, and 16th- 20th July



Monday drop in 9.30-2.30pm

5 Day Camp 9.30-2.30pm



€30 for drop in Monday

€120 for 5 day camp

Sales and bookings:

016464 300    

01 6464350​


09:30 -11:00 - Dry Dive

11:00 -11:30 - Walk to Pool

11:30 -12:30 - Pool

12: 30 -13:15 - Change & Lunch

13:30 -14:30 - Warm - up & Pool

*Parents to pick up children at the pool

National Dairy Council Healthy Lunchbox Tips


Keep it Balanced

Typically, a packed lunch should contain all of the major food groups:

  1. 1 portion of starchy carbohydrate (e.g. wholegrain breads, pittas and wraps, brown rice/pasta)

  2. 1 portion of meat or meat alternative (e.g. chicken, fish, egg, pulses)

  3. 1 portion of dairy (e.g. yogurt, cheese)

  4. 1 or more portion of vegetable (e.g. carrot sticks, peppers, sweetcorn, lettuce, onion)

  5. 1 or more portion of fruit (e.g. apple, orange, banana, pear, kiwi)

  6. A drink of water and/or milk

Some Tips:

  • Be prepared and organised – preparation in advance will not only save you time, but will reduce the chances of opting for last minute ready-made lunches or convenience foods which can be high in sugar, fat and salt.

  • Get the kids involved – learning about food and nutrition are important life skills and should be encouraged from an early age. Children are more likely to be interested in their lunches if they have helped to choose and prepare them. Don’t be afraid to let them experiment!

  • Try new foods – trying new foods from an early age plays a huge role in a child’s willingness and acceptance of different foods. Children’s food preferences evolve as their palates mature, so continuously encouraging them to try new and different foods is a crucial step in their development of good eating habits.

  • Shake things up – variety is key, not only does variation in the diet provide nutritional benefits, but reduces boredom and lack of interest in food. This is particularly important for children and teenagers, as they can be prone to becoming fussy eaters.

  • Consider presentation – it is worth spending that extra few minutes on presentation, especially for younger children. Aim for a variety of shapes, colours and textures in the lunchbox. The more pleasing a packed lunch looks; the more likely kids are to eat and enjoy it. It may be worth investing in colourful, easy-open Tupperware, lunchboxes and thermos flasks to liven up lunchtime.

  • Remember breakfast – it’s no myth that ‘breakfast is the most important meal of the day’. Break the overnight fast and set the school goers up with a bowl of milky porridge or mixed berries with yogurt and granola. It can be a long wait until small break, so opt for a breakfast that will fill and fuel!

‘Dairy-licious Ideas

The Department of Health advise 3 servings from the ‘milk, yogurt and cheese’ food group each day for those aged 5 years and up; with 5 servings recommended for 9-18-year olds due to the importance of calcium during this life stage

Help your child boost their calcium intake with these lunchbox ideas:

  • a container/mini-carton of milk (200ml)

  • a pot of yogurt, homemade smoothie or rice pudding

  • a matchbox-size (25 g) piece of cheese such as cheddar, edam or gouda.


Lunchbox ideas

Sandwich fillers:
- Avocado, crunchy peppers and cheddar
- Tuna and sweetcorn, spinach leaves and mayonnaise
- Chicken, mixed salad and tomato relish
- Turkey, grated cheddar and tomato

Sandwich alternatives:
- Pesto pasta salad with chicken and peppers
- Mild spiced couscous with roasted veg and chickpeas
- Brown rice salad with sliced hardboiled egg, avocado and spring onion
- Homemade soup and brown bread

- Carrot and red pepper sticks with hummus
- Cubed cheddar cheese with grapes
- Fruit salad with yogurt and seeds
- Fresh fruit smoothie made with milk or yogurt

Alternative Sweet Treats:
- Homemade flapjacks
- Homemade banana bread
- Mixed unsalted nuts
- Mini box of raisins
- 2-3 dried apricots

Other Websites:

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Sport Ireland Campus,

Snugborough Road, Blanchardstown,

Dublin 15

Tel: +353 1 6464300



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