The following are some frequently asked questions regarding our camp program. If you cannot find the answer to your question, or would like to speak with someone in more detail, please contact us at [email protected].
What are the camp hours?
Camp will run from 6 p.m. until 9 p.m.
What does my ballplayer need to bring to camp?
A Braves Baseball Camps jersey and hat will be provided to each player on the first day of camp. Players should arrive wearing athletic shorts or pants and bring, glove, hat, and helmet
Everything brought to camp should be labeled with your ballplayer's first initial and last name. Your ballplayer should bring:
- Baseball glove
- Cleats and athletic shoes
- Sunscreen is encouraged
- Water bottle already filled with water
What is the age range for ballplayers?
All children between 6 and 12 years old are welcome at Braves Camps.
Do ballplayers need prior baseball experience?
We do not have ability or experience requirements; we welcome ballplayers of all levels of experience - from first-time ballplayers to travel team players.
What is the ballplayer to counselor ratio at Braves Baseball Summer Camps?
We aim to provide an environment where ballplayers benefit from both individual and small group learning and instruction. For all our ballplayers, our goal is to maintain a ballplayer to coach ratio of approximately 8:1 in their individual age grouping.
Do I receive a confirmation when I register?
Once you register and pay for your camp session(s), you will receive a confirmation email for your records. This email serves as your confirmation of registration for camp.
Will I receive additional information about camp after I register?
As we approach each camp, we'll be communicating further details to get you and your camper fully prepared for camp via email. Email communication will be shared with the primary account email address provided at registration. If you registered for camp and did not receive a confirmation email, please contact us [email protected].
The week before camp, we'll send out more detailed information about your camp session(s), including drop-off location and instructions, procedures for check-in, what to bring to camp, as well as friendly tips and reminders.
Do you accept "walk-up" registrations?
Because we expect each camp to sell out, we do not accept walk-up registrations. All registrations must be completed online prior to the camp beginning.
What are Braves Camps policies on refunds, credits and transfers?
Due to limited enrollment and popularity of Braves Camps programs, no refunds will be offered after payment is made. The only refund we will issue is if both days of camps are canceled due to inclement weather or public heath concerns.
THE FIRST DAY OF CAMP
When will my ballplayer(s) receive a uniform?
All ballplayers will be provided an official Braves Camp jersey and hat when they arrive to their first evening of their camp session. On the first day of the session, ballplayers should arrive dressed as follows:
- Regular T-shirt (regular cotton or performance wear)
- Athletic shorts, sweatpants, or baseball pants
- Shoes and/or cleats of choice
Does my child need to wear his/her uniform every day?
Ballplayers are expected to wear their issued Braves Camp uniform during the clinic.
Does Braves Camp provide sunscreen?
We encourage participants to bring their own sunscreen but will provide as needed.
Can parents come watch the camp activities?
Parents may watch the clinic/camp, but all spectators must follow all Covid-19 Health regulations and guidelines provided by the CDC.