Outdoor recreation is on the rise once again! With all that’s going on these days and all the technological stimuli association with being a kid, there is nothing better than letting him/her get outside and play a great sport in a fun and encouraging environment. So if he does want to put down the phone for a few days this summer, and you are looking for a great baseball camp to put him in, we have identified our 3 favourites in the Kansas City area this summer!
Enjoy! And keep helping your kid get better and gain confidence in the game of baseball.
#3 C You In The Major Leagues Baseball Camp
Ran by: Dayton Moore Baseball
Camp Dates: 17th-20th June
Duration Each Day: Day Camp
Facilities: Jewish Community Center baseball complex
From the Website: N/A
#2 Sho-Me Baseball Camp
Ran by: Sho-Me
Camp Dates: 7th-12th July
Camp Duration: Day Camp
From the Website:
Sho-Me Baseball’s 13-14 Advanced Camp is a specialized program designed to give players hands on instruction in all phases of the game. The program also assists with the transition from youth league fields to regulation fields with 90’ bases. Instructors will consist of top college and high school coaches from across the country.
#1 American Baseball Camps Kansas City Missouri Baseball Camp
Ran by: Professional Baseball Players & American Baseball Camps Staff
Camp Dates: On the camp page above.
Duration: 8:30-3:00 (Early & Late Care Included)
Facilities: On the camp page above.
Address: On the camp page above.
Price: $199.99-$249.99 (Depending on how early you sign up)
From the Website:
The emphasis of this camp: Developing character traits in young ballplayers with a confidence-building, teammate oriented, self-esteem building baseball program over 4 days. We want to challenge ballplayers in all facets of being a baseball player including being coachable, being a good teammate, talking to coaches and umpires correctly, appreciating the sacrifice of parents and understanding the benefits of working hard.
The mission of American Baseball Camps is to give kids the tools they need to be successful, and the confidence to turn those mechanics into more success on the field. We also reward being a good teammate at the end of every camp day, because we know that is how kids are going to stay in the game longer, make more friends, be liked by coaches, and have a lot more fun playing the game.