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Sylvan Lake Hockey Camp is celebrating their 41st Season and more than 50,000 players have attended.



Full Sessions S3SESSION 3 and 6 ARE FULL for Sylvan Lake Hockey Camp Only

Still availability for the Jasper Hockey Camp August 16-21st

See the ticker at the top? The countdown is on and we’re excited!
Register Online or call 403.887-2575.



Did you know that registering age is 5-17 and there’s one instructor for every 6 players? We’re very proud of that ratio.
Sylvan Lake Hockey Camp offers 10 Sessions, giving you many options. We also offer two Goaltender’s Camps, an All Girls Camp and  another camp at beautiful Jasper.
Perhaps you prefer Room & Board for your player? Room and Board is available for Session 2, Goaltender’s Session 1, the All Girls Camp and the Jasper Camp.



“The better the athlete, the more complete the hockey player” – Hockey Canada and Hockey Alberta’s Long-Term Player Development goals.

Sylvan Lake Hockey Camp has always taken pride in our overall program. It emphasizes skill development for all ages and abilities that’s based on success-oriented drills. Sessions stress basic fundamentals starting with an emphasis on skating. Daily power skating sessions. Puck handling. Passing. Shooting. Team Play. Contact Confidence stations. Off-ice daily classroom and dry land training directly related to the daily on-ice work.
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THE PLAYER WANTS MORE. Outside summer enjoyment.
The program’s success is not just on the ice, but off the ice as well. Combining drills and training sessions outside, especially at the beach, has the player wanting more – each and every day. Our hope is this outside summer training, development and enjoyment carries on throughout the year.


WE’RE EXCITED TO SEE OUR RETURNING FAMILIES. And Look Forward to Meeting All Our New Players & Families.

Smiles. So much fun. Awesome week. It was hard work, but we learned a lot too. Great location. Thank you Rovers and Coaches. My son loved it. We’ll be back.
Just some things we hear over and over. Thank you players, parents, hockey families!



Go ahead, read the articles, the latest news and info. This is why SLHC is a success. This is why hockey families return to SLHC year after year. We’ve met and became friends with some amazing hockey people and families over the years.



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Highlights – Article Central

  • One of the Most Exciting Days!June 28, 2015 - 12:17 pm

    REGISTRATION DAY IS EXCITING! Players are excited to be back on the ice, excited to learn and hone their skills. They get excited about their training at the beach, the waterslides, and so much more. And they’re excited to meet up with old friends. Parents too, feel right at home when they see familiar faces. CHECK […]

  • Holidays, Family Fun & Hockey Camp Go TogetherJune 7, 2015 - 4:29 pm

    Welcome to SLHC & Sylvan Lake. There really is something for everyone. Mom and Dad, do you want to relax and put your feet up? There is a drop-in daycare available. Want the other kids to have fun too? Want to keep them busy? Check out the Art in the Park, Movies at the Park, Day Camps, […]

  • 2014 Testimonials: Priceless! We’ll Be Back.May 19, 2015 - 6:42 pm

    DEVELOPING ATHLETES ~ Not Just Hockey Players. “The better the athlete, the more complete the hockey player” – Hockey Canada and Hockey Alberta’s Long-Term Player Development goals.   AS CLOSE TO A COMPLETE PROGRAM AS POSSIBLE. SLHC has always taken pride in our overall program: that emphasizes skill development for all ages and abilities; that […]

  • Mike Moller Holds His Hockey Hall of Fame Jersey at Century TourJune 1, 2015 - 2:51 pm

    Another great moment to add to Sylvan Lake Hockey Camp’s accolades when Mike Moller, also a former long-time SLHC Instructor, attended the Sylvan Lake Canadian Tire Century Tour yesterday. So very fitting, considering Sylvan Lake was the last stop, the 100th community, celebrating the 100th Anniversary of Hockey Canada. Mike added his signature to the […]

  • Hockey Canada’s Century Tour Hero of Play RecognitionMay 31, 2015 - 6:48 pm

    Congratulations Graham Parsons, President & Founder, on receiving yet another award. So well deserved! The award celebrates Hockey Canada’s 100th anniversary in 2014. Canadian Tire is proud to honour 100 Heroes of Play across Canada for their dedication to hockey in their communities.   Sylvan Lake is a Hotbed for Young Players With These Heroes Driving […]

SLHC Development Initiative

The Beginning…

In 2013 Hockey Alberta and the Sylvan Lake/Jasper Hockey Camps entered into a pilot project to evaluate the possibilities of Hockey Alberta partnering with private operators who currently deliver off season development as long as they do so in accordance with Hockey Alberta and Hockey Canada’s Long Term Player Development Program’s” goals and aspirations. The success of that “pilot project” has firmly entrenched that vision and values into the SLHC and JHC player and coach development program.

What Does That Mean?

In 2011 Hockey Alberta started investigating the possibility and effects of expanding their off season development programs from their “Program of Excellence”, which targets elite athletes 14 years and up, to a more grassroots approach. It was determined that the membership of HA wanted some form of shoulder season programming. It was also determined that it was happening in environments that were not in keeping with Hockey Canada’s LTPD program which very specifically outlines the process of proper age specific player development.

Read all about our Long Term Player Development Initiative

What Others Say

The Sylvan Lake Hockey camp has put this town on the map!  Hope its here for long term as so many visitors comment on how great it is .  Awesome !!

I attended a few hockey camps every summer.  The one that stands our for me the most was the Sylvan Lake Hockey School.  I’m from St. Albert, AB.  Sylvan Lake was about an hour and a half away and my grandpa would take to the school for the week and we would camp there.

The school stands out to me because they not only taught on ice and had plenty of instructors, but had off ice teaching about hockey skills as well.  I also liked that at the end of the week of skill they broke us up and had one final “big” game where we played.  Most of all it was the time I got to spend camping with my family that I enjoyed the most.