Weber’s Bulldog Basketball Camp Named “Best Sports Camp” for 2019!

ANNAPOLIS — For the second consecutive year, Weber’s Bulldog Basketball Camp was voted “Best Sports Camp” by readers of The Capital-Gazette. Winners were published in the paper’s May 19th issue, which included a special section devoted to showcasing the most popular businesses for

food, drink and entertainment, health and wellness, and shopping and service categories. Weber’s Bulldog Basketball Camp has been recognized in the publication since 2012, first as a runner-up (2012-2016) and most recently as the voters’ top choice for, “Best Sports Camp.” The Capital-Gazette has a daily circulation of over 30,000 readers and has long been the area’s leading publication source for local news and business information.

For more information or to see the 2019 ballot as it appeared in the Capital-Gazette, visit


2019 Annapolis & Kent Island Summer Dates Announced

Session 1: July 8 – 12
Session 2: July 15 – 19
Session 3: July 22 – 26

Registration is now open. All 2018 Annapolis sessions were FULL. Submit your email address on the right side of this page to be notified when camp sessions are FULL.


Session 1: June 17-20

Session 2: June 24-27.

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July 9th session is FULL!

For the week starting JULY 9th, we are 100% FULL! Unfortunately, this means we will NOT be able to accept walk-ins for registration. We apologize for not being able to make exceptions this year, but are grateful so many have committed to come & play! There is some availability for the weeks starting July 16th and July 23rd. Campers must be registered online with a paid a deposit in order to be placed on a team. Thank you and can’t wait to tip off!


Weber’s Basketball Program comes to The Eastern Shore

The award-winning Weber’s Bulldog Basketball program is excited to announce two clinics for children to be held at the soon-to-be-expanded The Edge Training Academy in Stevensville this June.

Owner and local resident, Bill Weber, has successfully operated a basketball day camp in Annapolis for over twenty years and said, “It has always been a dream of mine to hold a camp on this side of the bridge and teach basketball in the community where I am proud to be raising a family.”  Weber’s Basketball was just named 2018’s “Best Sports Camp” by readers of The Capital, edging out popular programs at both the Naval Academy and St. Mary’s.

Coach Weber works full-time as an Assistant Principal in Anne Arundel County and said between his day job, coaching his son’s teams with QAC Park & Rec and running an extremely popular Annapolis summer camp, he hasn’t had time develop his own basketball program here on the Shore.  That’s why he jumped at the opportunity to work with The Edge, saying, “I’ve seen the great things The Edge has done for lacrosse, soccer rec leagues, etc. and always hoped they’d add the same type of facility for a full-scale basketball program.”

This winter, Weber coached his son’s 7&U team to an undefeated season with QAC Park & Rec

Bobby Wooley, founder and executive director of the Edge Training Academy and the Edge Arena, echoed Weber’s sentiments and said, “Basketball has always been a part of the business in the way of personal training of athletes to improve their athletic abilities.  We felt it was necessary to be able to afford these athletes a home to hone their physical skills and that made adding a sport court the obvious answer. “

Weber feels the timing of his partnership with The Edge is perfect because, “My 8-year-old is totally obsessed with all things basketball right now. So, to be able to play year-round now at this amazing facility is going to be a dream come true for him.” Added Wooley, “Weber’s has a great reputation.  We are attracted to this with all sports organizations.  The ones that exemplify their care for the student athletes with everything that they do.  Weber’s runs on the same wavelength as The Edge and we welcome them to share the space as a mutual breeding ground for success.”

In addition to the two week-long clinics being offered at The Edge Academy in June, Coach Weber will still be operating his day camp at Annapolis Area Christian school in July. He hopes the Kent Island program will spawn more basketball clinics in the Fall, when kids are seeking to hone their skills before the start of the rec season. “We’ve always had a good number of kids from the Shore travel to Annapolis for the day camp, so I know parents will appreciate us giving them the option to stay close to home.”

Weber’s Bulldog Basketball at The Edge Training Academy is open to boys and girls ages 6-14, all skill levels welcome. Space is limited and parents can register online at

To learn more about the Kent Island and Annapolis Day Camp programs, please visit or email with any questions.

To learn more about the Kent Island and Annapolis Day Camp programs, please visit or email with any questions.