BANDITOS Summer Baseball Camp
Camp starts August 9th and ends August 14th in Oliver B.C and is designed for players born in ’10 to ’11 and will be played on a 60’/46′ diamond.
Campers will work on individual skill development throughout the week as well as being divided into teams to compete in Baseball specific competitions and play.
The cost ($725) of this summer baseball camp/tournament, includes BLE camp hat/shirts/shorts, coaching instruction and supervision.
The camp facilities include a number of well manicured fields and batting cages. The players are housed in the Oliver Arena adjacent to the baseball diamonds and community swimming pool that is used by the players during the week. Players are served nutritious and plentiful meals by a certified chef and a snack bar is available twice a day!
Camp check in is between 2:00 and 4:00 pm on Day 1 of camp and the players are dismissed on the Final day of camp at approximately 12pm. Parents are encouraged to watch games during the week or enjoy the surrounding area and what it has to offer.
Completing the form below will submit your payment information for the Deposit ($200 + GST), Balance Owed ($525 + GST) or Payment in Full ($725.00 + GST) and will secure your spot in the BANDITOS Camp
*To pay by e-transfer (email to firstname.lastname@example.org ) or by check (Big League Experience 14836 Thrift Ave., White Rock, B.C. V4B 2J7), Continue to register online using the form below, and then choose the “Invoice” method of payment, your credit card will not be charged.*
If you are using a promo code for a camp scholarship, please note that the code is only usable one time for the scholarship winner, any subsequent use of the promo code by others, will void that promo code for all persons that use it.
*As we are not sure where we may be with Potential Restrictions set by our Health Authorities, there is a chance we may not be ale to offer the overnight housing portion, Breakfast and Dinner. A cost adjustment will be made and reflected in your final payment.*
Sincerely Marty Lehn
Big League Experience