Baseball Batting Camps and Clinics
Batting camps are a good choice for all players. While a weeklong, overnight camp is going to give you the most time to work on your skills and training opportunities, if you can’t find or can’t afford a camp like this, consider attending a one or two day camp or clinic. If scheduling is a problem for summer camps, there are camps that offer batting training year-round.
You’ll find one or two day camps and clinics all over the country. Lots of universities and colleges offer batting camps or clinics during the summer session. These camps are run by the school and the school’s coaching staff and current players usually handle the instruction. This type of camp is only an option if you live near the camp, as transportation to and from camp will be up to you.
If you can attend an overnight camp, your options will be broader. Once you are at the camp, you won’t have to worry about getting to practice, meals, or sleeping arrangements. All of those things will be handled by the camp and are included in the cost of tuition. University and college camps are often overnight camps, as are a number of national camp options.
If you can’t take a week off over the summer, look for a camp that offers camps and clinics at other times. Some universities offer winter camps over the winter session. You’ll even find a few spring break camps. Some places have weeklong camps all year. These are a great option if your school doesn’t follow the standard traditional track break schedule.
Find Baseball Batting Camps and Clinics in Your Area
Take a look at the baseball batting camp listings in your state at SportsCampConnections.com to find opportunities in your area. You’ll find university and college camps, as well as national camps and even some local high school camps.