Contact Tim Goins, Director of Operations
John McCarthy, Director
Campers should come with a glove and hat (with names on them). Players are welcome to bring their own bat, but we have plenty. We have access to water at evey camp, but campers are welcome to bring their own water bottle.
Yes, we have aftercare at our Washington full-day summer camps for an additional charge. Aftercare is from 3:00 PM – 6:00 PM.
Please email or call Tim Goins, our Director of Operations – 202-726-8311 or firstname.lastname@example.org
We take frequent water and shade breaks. The key is common sense. We also have sunscreen stations at all our camps and take breaks to apply the sunscreen as needed. We have never had a child taken to the hospital for heat related issues.
Safety is our top priority. With the threat of potentially dangerous weather, we immediately seek shelter. A safe indoor shelter is avalable at every location. Parents are notified if the campers are moved to the shelter.
We group by age, not ability and make efforts to place friends together.
Campers should dress comfortably and athletic wear is recommended. Baseball pants are encouraged, but not required. Baseball cleats are also not required and basic athletic shoes are fine.
We sweep the field everyday for equipment and keep it available for parents and players to look through.
Yes, we have a drop-in rate in our Spring, Summer and Fall camps. You will see an option on the camp page to register for the daily drop-in. We encourage all drop-in campers to still register in advance, but on-site registration is also available at the camp.
If you are sick or have an emergency, please email our Director of Operations, Tim Goins to discuss a possible make-up.
Yes, simply send us an email to email@example.com and we’ll confirm the change was made.
No. However, we take walk-ins for our Spring, Summer and Fall camps.
Yes. We stand by the quality of our coaches and program and will provide a full refund no questions asked if you are not satisfied for any reason.