Schedule & registration for Summer Camps 2023 will begin opening below by June, as associations partner to host... (Contact to host a Summer Camp bringing a FUN week of baseball to your community)

Camps usually are in July & August - Schedule posted below at bottom of page as host locations are confirmed.

Who: Anyone 6–12 years old (girls up to 14)
Cost: $ 250 (May vary based on length of camp)
Time: 10am-3pm (May vary based on availability)
Monday-Thursday (Friday may be used in case of a rain cancellation)

Baseball BC is again excited to offer another year of Summer Camps for everyone.  We will be offering 4-day sessions of baseball with partnering associations or locations.

The British Columbia Amateur Baseball Association (Baseball BC) is committed to the responsible resumption of baseball activities based on the direction of the Provincial Health Officer, viaSport and the Association’s abilities to provide adequate supports, services and supplies in the current environment.  Before resuming baseball activities that require volunteers &/or staff to return to fields, Baseball BC & viaSport approved practice specific safety plans are applied.  We will protect the health and wellbeing of players, coaches, volunteers & staff through COVID-19 prevention measures, daily screening and mandatory in-depth training for all authorities.

Baseball BC Summer Camps will provide a fun and safe atmosphere to learn and play the game of baseball.  Qualified coaches will instruction the fundamentals and basic skills of baseball all while being friends & mentors, teaching important life skills and leaving participants full of confidence. 

Coaches are trained in Baseball Canada's National Coaching Certification Program (NCCP) & Coaching Association of Canada (CAC) eLearning, including baseball specific clinics, SafeSport, the Rule of 2, Making Ethical Decisions evaluation, and have criminal record checks. Coaches have also gone through Baseball BC's Safe Sport orientation, including review of internal policies, general safety, prevention, etc.  All our instructors are players &/or coaches that have experience at the youth, collegiate and national level(s).  They are dedicated to passing on their knowledge and skills to every player at any level.  There is a focus on development through small group work and individual skills, including practice and game-like situations that rely on the use of teamwork as well as one-on-one instruction.  With each skill taught, there will be a fun game applied to that skill, so baseball becomes easier to play. 

Each camp will focus on all areas of the game including hitting, pitching, fielding, and base running.  An emphasis will be put on the specific mechanics that each skill required so every player, beginner or advanced will gain knowledge to better their performance in baseball.  This is a great opportunity for all players to improve their baseball skills in a fun environment.

As part of Baseball Canada’s Long-Term Athlete Development program, we are not only focused supplying knowledgeable skills training, but are focused on the FUNdamentals.   What this means is while building the skills children need to be active, they are also learning how to play fair, and within the rules of the game.  In other words, participation in a fun and active environment with focus on fair-play, ethics and the rules of game will help them develop skills used throughout a lifetime.

If you have a child interested in baseball and is between the ages of 6 and 12, please check below and register for a camp near you.  The camps will run from 10:00am-3:00pm daily Monday-Thursday of the weeks listed.


Campers get a Baseball BC Summer Camp T-shirt, Hat, maybe prizes, giveaways, & more...

Things that you will need for camp:

The signed Waiver (Cannot participate without it.)

Daily Check-in & Screening - Adult Guardian is to accompany youth participant in the morning at check-in for attendance & self-screening. (If not feeling well, or a household member isn't, or travelled outside of Canada in the past 14 days or in contact of a person who tested positeve for COVID-19, do not attend the camp - refund will be granted)  Check out the BC COVID-19 Self-Check here & FAQ's here

Personal Equipment (NO SHARING)

  • Mask (optional)
  • Glove, Bat & helmet 
  • Running Shoes or Cleats
  • Suitable Active Clothing (can be shorts if its warm, baseball pants or track pants)
  • Sunscreen
  • Water
  • Lunch & Snacks/Drinks


*Requierments below to be determined for Summer of 2022

Please Click On, Read the Following, and bring a signed copy of the Waiver:

Event Cover Plan (Recommended)

Participant Checklist (Recommended)

Illness & Wellness Policy

Declaration (No longer Required)

*Waiver - Please Bring Signed Copy Day 1 at Morning Check-in


All camp questions or concerns can be directed to Scott Mackenzie by email


More Camps to be released below as host associations are confirmed...

2023 Baseball BC Summer Camp Dates


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Long Term Athlete Development (LTAD)

What is LTAD?

Long Term Athlete Development (LTAD) is a systemic approach being developed and adopted by Baseball Canada to maximize a participant's potential and involvement in our sport. The LTAD framework aims to define optimal training, competition and recovery throughout an athlete's career to enable him / her to reach his / her full potential in baseball and as an athlete. 


MLB British Columbians

Tyler O Neil

Current MLB Team: St. Louis Cardinals
Hometown: Maple Ridge


Last Raps

Since 2009, Last Raps Baseball has provided baseball instruction in the lower mainland, island and interior of British Columbia. The instruction that we provide is to better equip players to play in their local leagues and associations. In turn, this will increase the overall caliber of play and keep baseball a relevant sport in the British Columbia sports culture.

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