Impact World Series Baseball Camp
@ Johns Hopkins Field
It's game time at Johns Hopkins Stadium Field! Impact World Series Baseball camp teaches teamwork and leadership skills through multiple challenges, live competitions, and tournament-style games. Athletes will pick up new skills and gain physical tools in a camp designed solely for game play, all at the state of the art Johns Hopkins stadium!
- Morning warm-up challenges: fly ball challenge, double play challenge, HR derby, and more!
- Afternoon Tournament Play: athletes play live baseball games, competing to win the camp World Series!
- Daily situational games, practicing rules and situations
- Mini-team live games: athletes compete in mini-games throughout camp, earning points for their teams
- Daily competitions and challenges
- Indoor gym space for heat and inclement weather
- End-of-camp award ceremony
- Current and former collegiate players as instructors
- Aftercare available from 3-5
* Premier Camp *
7 – 13
Locations, Dates & Times
Full Summer Camp Schedule
|Impact Baseball Camp @ Roland Park Elementary Field||June 19 - June 23|
|Impact All-Star Skills Baseball Camp @ Johns Hopkins Field||June 26 - June 30|
|Impact Baseball Camp @ Catonsville Community College Stadium||July 10 - July 14|
|Impact Baseball Camp @ White Marsh||July 17 - July 21|
|Impact Baseball Camp @ Cockeysville||July 24 - July 28|
|Impact World Series Baseball Camp WEEK 1 @Johns Hopkins Field||July 31 - August 4|
|Impact World Series Baseball Camp WEEK 2 @Johns Hopkins Field||August 7 - August 11|
|Impact MVP Baseball WEEK 1 @ Medfield Heights||August 14 - August 18|
|Impact MVP Baseball WEEK 2 @ Medfield Heights||August 21 - August 25|
What To Bring
- Baseball Gear (hat, pants, cleats, and baseball equipment)
- Lunch and snack
- Water bottle or gatorade (water will be provided)
- Note: No metal cleats, sunflower seeds, or bubblegum allowed on field
Extended Care (Optional)
For parents' convenience, we offer optional extended care from 3pm – 5pm for just $50 per week. Campers will be able to play a variety of sports and games with camp instructors during this time. To purchase extended care, choose it as an option at checkout.
What are the differences between Impact's "premier" camps and regular camps?
All of our camps provide a foundational base for athletes in baseball skills, but the premier camps include a few more bells and whistles. Premier camps are held at Johns Hopkins Stadium, a brand new, $10 million dollar stadium with full field turn, grandstands, fence, press box, announcing, music, and more. Parents are invited to watch premier games at the stadium, along with the awards ceremonies that directly follow. Additionally, while the regular Impact camps offer an even mix of games and skills, the premier camps focus on either one or the other. Currently, our "All-Star Skills" premier camp leans more to the skill building side, whereas the two "World Series" weeks are more focused on learning through games and competitions. Some athletes prefer one way of learning over the other, so we wanted to offer both options for those who had a preference!
Do athletes need to be at the first week of this camp, or can they sign up for the second week only?
You do not need to attend both weeks of this camp - you can sign up for the first week or the second week, whatever works for you! While your athlete will get more out of our camps by attending back to back weeks, it is not necessary and skills in the second week are not built on top of those from the first.
How will groups be divided?
Athletes will be placed into rotation groups according to age. Groups will rotate together through stations, games, and competitions.
Should my athlete bring a lunch?
Yep! Athletes are asked to bring a lunch to each day of camp.
What if it rains/storms or is too hot to play during camp hours?
We have indoor space available at the field as an option on wet weather days, so camp will not be affected by weather. We will play outside as long as conditions are safe! In the case of heat, athletes will be given multiple water breaks throughout the course of the day.
What should my athlete wear/bring with them to camp?
Athletes will need all their baseball gear (including baseball pants, hat, cleats and a protective cup if they want to play Catcher). They should also bring sunscreen, lots of water, a snack, and a nutritious lunch.
My athlete is slightly older/younger than the age limit, can they still attend?
We want everyone to have an opportunity to experience an Impact camp! If your athlete is comfortable playing with kids slightly older or slightly younger than them, they are welcome to join! Simply email us to let us know that your athlete is interested.
Have another question? Send us a quick email and we'll get back to you!