That ages 6-13 are the most critical years in a child's life for all motor skills development.

That the number of overweight children has doubled in the last decade.

That a good youth sports camp teaches every child: respect, loyalty, self-confidence, teamwork, sportsmanship and many other positive values.

"Everyone plays, everyone wins."


Director of MVP Camps
Michael Salvatelli

  • 8 years of MVP Camp experience
  • 8 years experience coaching basketball and lacrosse
  • 4 years of basketball and lacrosse at Glen Ridge High School
    • Captain of basketball team
  • A lifetime of experience in all sports
  • Dean’s List at Kean University
  • CPR Certified

  • "There's no other child like yours, there's no other camp like ours."

General Manager of MVP Sports Camps: Bob Salvatelli

  • 20 years coaching experience across all sports
  • 7 years as President of the Glen Ridge Athletic Association
  • 7 years as a member of the Glen Ridge Board of Education

On-Site Coordinator: Kathy Salvatelli

  • 10 years teaching experience at Middleton Early Learning Center
  • CPR Certified

MVP Camp Philosophy :

To provide a camp atmosphere conducive to developing athletic skill, encouraging fair play and sportsmanship, enhancing self-confidence, acquiring game experience in a non-competitive environment, and having a lot of fun!


A Letter from our Director

Dear Parents,

I would like to take this opportunity to introduce you to MVP Sports Camps. At our MVP Sports Camp, we strive to provide each camper with safe, challenging and fun situations designed so that the camper will stretch their limits and at the same time meet with success. We register boys and girls at all levels-beginners to advanced. Every MVP camper, regardless of ability or past experience is encouraged to realize their potential and is treated as an equal and valuable component of the team. While we hope to foster a sense of drive and determination, our emphasis is always on learning and improving rather than winning. However, our main goal will always be having fun in a safe way.

Michael Salvatelli

P.S. Bring a Friend!