Joel Hetrick kicks it in the lake with a group of students during the free time
allowed. The lake is a hit in July.
Dustin Wimmer was a coach at the first Dream Camp in 2009, and he is still at it.
Getting a national champ’s advice at this young age can only help.
Some of the class time is used up in question-and-answer sessions, but there are
sessions on maintenance and setup as well.
Joel Hetrick works with one of the female riders. The percentage of female riders at
Dream Camp is quite high.
sons, tracks and instructions for every
age group and skill level. Students
work on track skills, get primers on
machine maintenance, and work
with pros individually and in groups.
A typical Dream Week includes a
wide cross section of riders and more
than a few female competitors.
At the time Dream Week is held,
these pros will be right in the heat of
the battle for the national champion-
ship, but they shut off the race season
for the week to eat with the students,
coach, and hold question-and-an-
swer sessions. Dream Camp has
grown steadily since it started in 2009,
and even with a $1200 tuition, the
camp fills up quickly.
There are some blocks of time set
aside for free riding, and the park has
a small lake with a water slide for the
riders and students to relax. If you plan
to camp, there are hook-ups, bath-
rooms and showers. For more infor-
mation or to sign up, go to www.breeze