Ohio Dreams is one of the sickest camps out there, but in it's second year it is not as well known as many of the other, larger camps. But that does not mean it is not as good, in fact far from it. They have the worlds only water ramps designed specifically for newschool along with world-class quality indoor and outdoor skateparks with a foampit and and dirt trails for BMX as well. One week at Ohio Dreams is $750 which while it is still a chunk of money, it is far less than other camps that are comparable to what Ohio Dreams offers. I have been to both Momentum and Woodward and while both are sick, I can honestly say that I got more bang for my buck at Ohio Dreams than either of the others. I have slso hit the water ramps in Placid and park City and I can honestly say that the ones at Ohio Dreams are better and you will get a lot more hits. Also Sammy C and Pete O both ramped there last year and were seriously stoked on the place and Wallisch, Hornbeck, and Rich Fahey also did some skiing and skating there. Austin Ramaley will be one of the coaches there this year and numerous other pros and up-and-coming ams are sure to stop by as well.
Normally I would not make a thread like this because I feel people can do their own research and make decisions for themselves. But these are not normal circumstances. Ohio Dreams was started from scratch last year by two guys who have a tremendous love for skiing and action sports and both made a tremendous investment in order to build the camp. They have put a ton of work and money into this place, and this is a very crucial year for them. If they do not get enough campers over the course of the summer, about 400 to be safe, it is likely that the bank will no longer honor their loan and they will be forced to go out of business. I guarantee that if you go to a session at Ohio Dreams you will be blown away by the quality of the camp, the number of friends you make, how much better you become at your sport(s), and just how much damn fun you have. I know I sure was when I went there for 2 weeks last summer. I find it hard to believe that this community that cares so much about skiing and action sports cannot find 400 people, skiers or otherwise, to go support a core, upstart company that needs your help in order to keep going. So go talk to your parents and find a way to get signed up and tell anyone and everyone you can to do the same.
This was all supposed to go with the video when I first made the thread but I experienced some technical difficulties.
If your pretty good at snowboarding (not necessarally tricks) you should be alright and they have had guys there that kill it. That being said there was a kid who tried and couldn't do anything, but he was pret bad and had just started snowboarding.
Friday - 4pm to 10pm
Saturday - 12pm to 10pm
Sunday - 11am to 5pm
Fri. - Sun.: Indoor & Outdoor Skate Areas
Sun.: Indoor & Outdoor Skate Areas and Water Ramps
Ohio Dreams is pretty much the best thing for skiing that came out of Ohio. This camp is gonna be legit