Winter Recess Day Camp
2019 Winter Recess - Day Camp
|February 18th - 21st|
Ages: 5 - 14
Location: Tuttle South Gym &
Baseball / Softball Indoor Complex
Check-In: 8:30 am
Time: 9:00 am - 3:00 pm
Feb. 21st will be 1/2 day ending at noon.
Cost: $125 - Includes Camp T-Shirt
A non-refundable deposit of $50 is required with each application and will be applied to the total fee.
Early drop off at 8:30 am is available. Late pick-up available from 3:15 pm - 4:00 pm for $10 per Day.
$15 Discount For Each Additional Child From Same Family
10% Discount For Children of Brockport Employees
(One Discount per Camper)
The philosophy of the Golden Eagle Baseball/Softball Winter Camp is to provide a safe environment where the campers can learn the fundamentals of baseball and softball, participate in activities and feel that they have achieved a measure of success. Campers will be grouped upon sport, age, ability, physical maturity, and/or previous experience. All levels of skill and experience are welcome.
The Golden Eagles Sports Camp is designed for the camper who wants a day filled with fun, structured activities designed for improvement and a chance to make new friends.
- Individual attention and instruction
- Individual skill improvement
- Provide a safe, & friendly atmosphere
- Fun and Enjoyment
- Improve knowledge of game strategies
- Teaching basic and advanced skills
Check-In: Monday, February 18th at 8:30 am in the Baseball/Softball indoor complex (Tuttle South/ Multi-Purpose Room).
Equipment: Campers should bring a water, bottle, bathing suit, towel and proper attire for exercise. Baseball/Softball bat, glove, and helmet.
Meals: Campers are responsible for providing their own snack, lunch and drinks. Water bottles are required; water coolers will be provided for refills. We will also have Pizza & Gatorade available for purchase each day $1 a slice and $1 bottle.
Medical Staff: All staff will be certified in First Aid / CPR.
Additional Information: Justin Beach | email@example.com
Per NCAA rules, Golden Eagle Baseball Camps and clinics are open to any and all entrants (limited only by number, age, grade level and/or gender).