Looking for a great summer option for your kids that is both a fantastic cardio workout and a great mental challenge? Badminton develops agility of both the body and the mind – making players happier and…smarter!
Learn the fastest racket sport in the world at Royal Badminton Academy– a premier sports facility with 8 indoor professional badminton courts with 35 ft clearance and the best Robbins shock-absorbing floor.
Parents are welcome –come watch your kids smack the birdies and take advantage of our lockers, showers, ping-pong, billiards, fitness room, lounge areas, complimentary wi-fi and tea!
get fit.get smart.have fun this summer while making new friends
Our super popular ViVa Badminton Summer Camp programs are attracting students from Menlo Park, Atherton, Palo Alto, Mountain View, Los Altos, Cupertino, San Jose, Fremont, Redwood City & beyond!
- Weekly camp sessions for all levels – no experience necessary, daily drop-in available
- World-class professional coaches:
Jacky Zhang (China's National Team Member ; Bay Area Open A Men's Singles & Doubles Champion)
Kota Morikawa (Over 7 years of professional expertise coaching juniors, beginner and advanced players)
Ramon Young (Menlo-Atherton High School Coach)
- Outstanding Olympic quality club facility, featured nationally on HGTV and locally on Inmenlo.com
- Convenient Bay area location off 101 close to Facebook campus and Stanford University
- Fun program with games, matches and free snacks daily
Space is limited –June sessions were completely full!
Register now at Vivacamp.royalbadminton.com
Upcoming ViVa Badminton Summer Camp programs:
July 2-6 (July 4 off): ViVa Badminton Summer camp
Special July 4 rate - $120 for a full week!
Morning Session (9-11:30 am) or Afternoon Session (2-4:30 pm)
July 9 – 13; July 16 – 20; July 23 – 27; July 30 – August 3; August 6 – 10; August 13 – 17; August 20 – 24; August 27 – 31
Royal Badminton Academy
190 Constitution Drive
Menlo Park, CA, 94025
Google makes their employees smarter at Royal B: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BkJiviY4qGo