Home Run Baseball Camp Pre-registration for Capitol Hill

We are accepting pre registrations now for all our weeks. We will ask families compete the registration with payment on March 1. Our reason is we want to give you and us some time in case of unforeseen Covid changes that may occur. We are prepared and committed to hold our full camp schedule this year. But this gives us a little flexibility and let’s you reserve spaces today.

Camp is coed for ages 5-10 at Watkins Elementary School. These camps will fill up quickly. We will not be able to add any campers after a camp is filled.

Once we get guidelines from the city we will ask you to complete the registration process.

A few notes, we will not have a waiting list, we will not be offering walk ins, we will not be offering partial weeks and we will not offer our half day program. We will also not have aftercare.

Coach Sam Thorner will be leading camp each day and be assisted our top coaches and a retired local police officer.


Capitol Hill

Location:

Watkins Elementary School (420 12th Street SE, Washington, DC 20003)

Days and Times

Monday through Friday 8:30am to 2:30pm

Ages:

Ages 5-10

Dates:

June 27 – July 1
July 5-8 (no camp on July 4th)
July 11-15
July 18-22
July 25-29
August 1-5
August 8-12
August 15-19
August 22-26

Costs:

You are not being charged during this Pre-registration process, you will be charged when you finish the registration when we get the permits from the city.  At that time you will be sent an email with a link to finish your registration and pay for the camp.

  • First Child: $500 for week (Monday to Friday) (note: with no camp on July 4th, the cost for that week is $380)
  • Second Child (Sibling): 50% discount (must register at the same time as first child to receive the discount)
  • Additional Siblings: welcme as our guest!

Since the camp size is limited, and all weeks will sell out, we are not able to offer an option for individual days or less than full week registrations. 

Click here to register for 2022 Summer Camps at Capitol Hill