Cooperstown Baseball Camp
The Ultimate Baseball Saturation Destination!
Do you love Baseball? Are you ready to bring your skills to the next level? Have you ever dreamed of spending every minute eating, sleeping and breathing Baseball?
If you said, "Yes!" then there's no better place to be than here at Cooperstown Baseball Camp - the Ultimate Baseball Saturation Destination!
We're located in Cooperstown, NY - home to the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum and Doubleday Field where it is said that Abner Doubleday invented the game we now call Baseball. It is also said that Cooperstown has more Baseball Card and Memorabilia Shops per square mile than any other place on Earth!
Eat, Sleep, Baseball!
Each day after breakfast, you'll head onto the field for group and individualized instruction. You'll have about an hour and a half at lunchtime to swim in our heated pool, shoot some hoops or head over to our camp store and arcade. Then it's back on the field for more baseball until we break for dinner.
Each night after dinner, we head into town to visit the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum, the Baseball Wax Museum, Doubleday Batting Range, an Oneonta Outlaws game, or the Barnyard Swing mini-golf and laser tag. Whenever we're in Cooperstown, you'll have plenty of time to go through the baseball card and baseball memorabilia stores. After our outing on Thursday night, we come back to camp for a campfire and s'mores.
National Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony
Stay for the 2-week Session or add on the weekend and attend the Induction Ceremony.
Overnight Campers: Pay your tuition in full by May 31 and you'll receive a bat from Cooperstown Bat Company. It will be engraved with the Camp logo and your name!
Bring a friend and we'll be sure you bunk together.
Having dedicated themselves to baseball, our outstanding coaching staff comes with decades of experience as former pro-players, current youth and college coaches, and private instructors.
Our assistant coaches are college students who are former campers.
Equally as important as their baseball skills, our coaches are exemplar role models.