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Home Run Baseball Summer Camp

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Home Run Baseball Summer Camp

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Reviews (15)

  • Affordable Sports Camp at PS 217 and Caton Fields (aka Parade Grounds)

    Homerun Baseball is great and offers tons of scholarships.
  • Review from the 2023 Summer Camp Survey

    Location: Parade Grounds How old was your child when they attended camp this summer? 9 Review: Kids get time to run drills and play games every day. The coaches and coaches in training take both baseball and a team mindset seriously. One drawback based on your perspective: Camp runs even in inclement weather. It rained buckets one day my child was there, and the kids were huddled under tents at pickup, thoroughly drenched. It was nice for a working parent that the camp seems to never cancel but my child was also miserable at pickup and didn’t want to go the next day when drizzle was in the forecast.
  • Review from the 2023 Summer Camp Survey

    Location: Parade Grounds How old was your child when they attended camp this summer? 8 Review: My kids had a good time at Home Run even though they are not super serious baseball players. The counselors were nice and they enjoyed getting to work on their baseball skills. Communication from the camp home was good.
  • Baseball Camp

    We had done Homerun Baseball camp for 2 summers pre-pandemic for my two older boys and they had a great time. We signed them up for this summer also but still haven't gotten confirmation that it's actually taking place.
  • ISO: Baseball Camp Suggestions

    Homerun Baseball camp is great. We had very good experiences there. They work on baseball skills and also reinforce positive values like being a good teammate, doing homework, reading, etc. They also have fun activities like silly socks day. It's a very positive camp.
  • Review from the 2017 PSP Summer Camp Survey

    My child has attended camp here for two years and absolutely loves it. The young adult instructors are enthusiastic, encouraging, kind, instructive. My son comes home absolutely filthy, exhausted, and happy. Bonus is that he picks up some really good baseball skills there too; both summers I saw a big improvement in his skills after he was done with camp. Age of child: 7 Based on a Summer 2017 experience
  • Review from the 2017 PSP Summer Camp Survey

    Our 5 year old had a good experience. The youngest group, 4-6 year old "rookies" worked on a variety of skills throughout the day, and our son came home with a better swing than before. We heard mostly about how silly the counselors were (who mostly seemed like high school kids, not super affectionate or attentive to the younger kids, so maybe not a good camp for a kid who doesn't follow group activities well or needs a lot of emotional support) and the fun games they played, with baseball skills hidden in them. Many of the older campers were hard-core baseball players, and some stayed after camp to practice pitching. They had regular hose offs and water breaks on hot days, and a church a few blocks away they used when it poured. We'd recommend for a kid who already likes baseball. We'll go back again next year. If you could change anything, what would it be? It'd be nice to have a place on a rain day where they could do baseball, but that's asking a lot in Brooklyn. Age of child: 5 Based on a Summer 2017 experience
  • Summer Camp Survey 2016

    Age of child: 7 Review: My son attended this camp for a week this summer. He did not have much prior experience playing baseball and I wouldn't call him a natural athlete but he LOVED this camp. They really emphasize skill-building, they are not competitive and I think they teach kids a lot about hard work, discipline and trying your best. My son really liked the baseball cards the counselors gave out. You can do same-day registration and they have camp right up until the public schools start. What would you change about the program, if anything? The dismissal seemed a little disorganized. I admit to being an anxious parent, but I wasn't wild about that.
  • Review from 2015 Summer Camp Survey

    Age of Child: 10 Likes: He liked playing baseball all day long. He enjoyed the trivia contests and hanging out with friends. What would you change? The only thing that wasn't great was the rainy day indoor refuge, which is in a nearby church. Would you send your child(ren) again? Yes Do you recommend? Highly recommend
  • Review from 2013 Summer Camp Experience

    Age of Child: 7 Likes: Baseball games, drills, trivia, coaches with actual baseball experience all day every day...it was perfect! What would you change? Ends at 3:00... Would prefer a later option (4:00). Parade grounds are hard to get to so even though the camp is not expensive, paying for a car every morning became costly. Would you send your child(ren) again? Yes Do you recommend? Highly recommend Do you have any other information to add? The coaches run such a motivational, inspirational and organized program. They also run fall and winter clinics which are wonderful. Love this program!!
  • Review from 2013 Summer Camp Experience

    Age of Child: 7 Likes: My son really enjoyed this camp. He is very into baseball and loved practicing the skills and getting to play games every day. My favorite thing was the flexibility. We did two weeks and both times signed up only a week in advance. The drop in also seemed like a great option. It's also fairly affordable compared to other offerings. What would you change? It's a nice group of counselors that are mostly college/late high school. Not super warm/fuzzy but good for an independent sports loving kid. Would you send your child(ren) again? Yes Do you recommend? Recommend
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    My son attends the Homerun Baseball Camp based in the Parade Grounds. He loves it. He's 8. (June 2012)
  • 2012 Summer Camp Survey

    Camp Homerun Baseball Camp Parade Grounds at Prospect Park Day Care or Sleep Away-- DC Program: Age of Child: 10 Likes: Baseball, baseball, nothing but baseball. Lots of drills, lots of games, lots of baseball trivia questions with baseball card prizes. What would you change? Would you send your child(ren) again? Yes Do you recommend? Highly recommend Do you have any other information to add? Review from 2012 Summer Camp Experience
  • 2012 Summer Camp Survey

    Camp Home run baseball camp Parade grounds Day Care or Sleep Away-- Day Program: Age of Child: 7 Likes: Both kids - one boy and one girl- loved it. The coaches are all very positive. They learned baseball skills but also did fun stuff - like tag and flag football. Staff was organized and helpful. What would you change? Would you send your child(ren) again? Do you recommend? Highly recommend Do you have any other information to add? Review from 2012 Summer Camp Experience
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    Home Run Baseball Camp Location - Parade Grades How old is your child? (or the age when he/she attended camp) Age: - 5 What did you/your child like about the summer camp? My son loved this camp. The counselors/coaches were all very nice and very professional. My son loves baseball and this camp definitely enhanced his love of the sport. They are very skill focused and they work the kids hard but they also make sure that there is plenty of rest and water breaks. My son came home everyday telling me about all the great things he did and learned at camp and showing me all the baseball cards he won due to his accomplishments. This is the camp's first year in brooklyn and I hope that they will come back next summer. What would you change about the program? More marketing so that they are more kids and can be around next summer! Will you send your child back to this summer camp program next year? (Or would you if you could?) Yes Would you recommend this program to other parents for their child in the future? Highly recommend

 

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