Youth Events and Activities


The Choctaw Nation Youth Events & Activities Department (YEA) offers a wide variety of activities, hosting over 40 events for Choctaw youth every year. From athletic clinics and STEAM camps to field trips to see your favorite NBA team play, YEA offers something for everyone. Through partnerships with college coaches, professors, and even NASA engineers, this department knows how to learn while having fun. Come join Youth Events & Activities for a year full of excitement and knowledge! Summer Camps have returned to in-person attendance!


All camps are offered to participants 8-18, except for Golf and Wildlife Camps, which are geared to participants ages 10-18.
Camps will begin in late May and run through the end of July.


All participants must have a Choctaw CDIB & Membership Card or be a child of an employee of Choctaw Nation to attend.

All children must be pre-registered before each camp. Children will not be allowed on buses without approved registration. There are no overnight camps.


Join collegiate coaches as well as current and former players to refine your skills. Students will be instructed on offensive and defensive fundamentals. The focus of the camp will be placed on giving each participant precise instruction that will guide them towards improving their level of play.


Improve your basketball skills, leadership abilities, and overall confidence while taking your game to a higher level. Conducted by high school coaches and former collegiate players, campers will learn fundamental skills of basketball, including ball handling, shooting, and defense.


Come learn all the essential skills to lead the crowd and support the home team. During this camp, athletes will be instructed in areas of tumbling, lifts, performance routines, and cheer basics by qualified regional cheer coaches.


Join us for an exciting opportunity to learn more about Choctaw language and culture. The focus of the camp will be on traditional archery, arts and crafts, storytelling, and the Choctaw language.


Experience innovative coaching strategies that encourage the overall development of an athlete. The camp will be conducted by Day of Champions football staff as well as current and former collegiate players and coaches. Participants will receive instruction in areas of offensive drills and defensive drills that are sure to improve any player’s game.


Expand your knowledge on the fundamentals of golf while receiving guidance from experts. The camp will be instructed by former ESPN Golf Schools Director of Instruction, Ed Bowe. The staff and instructors are motivated and excited to instruct each participant, whether they are new to the sport or an advanced golfer.


Come together with college coaches and former players to enhance your softball skills. Students will be instructed in areas of hitting, pitching, and fielding. The emphasis will be placed on giving each participant proper instruction that will help them improve their level of play and decrease the potential for injury.


Come experience this traditional Choctaw sport in action. Instructed by coaches from the Choctaw Nation stickball team, and assisted by skilled local players, students will be taught the fundamentals of the sport. Participants will be taught how to throw, catch, and score a goal in traditional Choctaw style.


Come learn about firearm safety, wildlife identification, fishing, and hunter responsibility. During this camp, students will have the opportunity to participate in a hunter education course. Upon passing the test, students will receive their hunter safety card. Students will also be given the opportunity to shoot firearms, fish, and participate in several other outdoor activities throughout the course of the camp.


Applications open March 22nd
Application Deadline is May 3rd

2021 Schedule

All camps open to children ages 8-18 with the exception of Golf and Wildlife (ages 10-18)
South Camp: Districts 1, 2, 7, 8, 9, 10 | North Camp: Districts 3, 4, 5, 6, 11, 12
All camps located at Tvshka Homma unless otherwise noted
Golf Camps location: South - Idabel Country Club, Idabel, OK. North - Arrowhead State Park Golf Course, Canadian, OK.
Transportation available for all Summer Camps with the exception of basketball camps
Golf (South May 24-25
Golf (North) May 26-27
Stickball (South) June 1-2
Stickball (North) June 3-4
Baseball (South) June 7-8
Baseball (North) June 10-11
Softball (South) June 14-15
Softball (North) June 17-18
Cheer June 21-22
Football June 23-24
Cultural (South) June 28-29
Cultural (North) June 30-July 1
Wildlife Conservation (South) July 6-7
Wildlife Conservation (North) July 8-9
     McAlester High School July 12-13
     Talihina High School July 15-16
     Carl Albert State College July 19-20
     Wilburton High School July 22-23
     Broken Bow High School July 26-27
     Southeastern Okla. State Univ. July 29-30
Open to competitive athletes currently in grades 9-12  |  Athletes will receive instruction and evaluation from regional college coaches  |  All Showcases take place in Durant, OK
Futures of Football March 7
Futures of Basketball (boys & girls) September 19
Futures of Softball October 17
Futures of Baseball October 17
Open to children grades 6-8 interested in learning to program and code
Tech IKBI Camp March 15-17
Open to children grades 5-12 interested in high-quality STEM learning experiences using NASA resources
NASA Astro Camp TBA
Open to children grades 7-12 interested in a hands on learning experience with piloting drones
Drone Camp TBA


800-522-6170    [email protected]