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The Flying Squirrels have two baseball camps, one tailored for beginners and another for advanced players. Each camper will receive four tickets to a Flying Squirrels game, camp gift, lunch and participate in an autograph session. Baseball camp participants will also have the opportunity on their last day of camp to take part in an on-field pregame parade around the warning track at The Diamond!

Junior Squirrels FUNNdamentals Camp (Ages 6-9)

Nutzy All-Stars Camp (Ages 10-14)

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Where do I drop off and pick up my camper each day?
A: Check-in on each day of camp will begin at 8:30 a.m. The check-in table will be located at the our first-base side bullpen gate next to the Yellow Lot, which is wear parking will be located. On-field instruction will begin at 9 a.m. and conclude at 12 p.m. Lunch is served from 12-12:30 p.m. each day in our Party Pavilion, where campers can be picked up and checked out when they are done eating lunch. All campers must be picked up and checked out by 1 p.m.

Q: May parents/guardians stay and watch?
A: Yes. Parents are welcome to sit in the stadium seats to watch the camp, but please be respectful of others watching, the campers, and the camp instructors. Please try to keep any food and drinks in the stands and off the field.

Q: Does my child need to bring a lunch or money for lunch?
A: No. Lunch is provided and the cost is included in the registration fee. Lunch will be provided, and a menu of each day's lunch will be sent out the week before camp. Please let us know of any allergies or dietary restrictions in advance.

Q: My child is coming to camp with a friend, can they be in the same group?
A: Yes. Camp participants are divided into age groups. If they want to be in the same group as another participant, please just request this in advance in the additional comments section of the registration form.

Q: What if it rains during the camp?
A: The camp is rain or shine, and will go on regardless of weather. If the field conditions are unplayable, we will utilize the indoor batting cage and covered areas of the ballpark.

Q: What should I do with my camper's medications?
A: A registered nurse from Patient First will be on duty each day of camp. If your child has medical needs or medication that must be taken during camp, please put the medication in a bag labeled with the camper's name and instructions. This includes any medications they may need if he/she has an allergy, asthma, etc. that could be triggered during outdoor activities. Please include this information on the additional comments section of the registration form.

Q: What is the cancellation/refund policy?
A: After registration and payment have been received, cancellations that are made at least two weeks prior to the starting date of enrolled camp will receive a partial refund. After that two week deadline, no refunds will be given.

If you have any more questions, please contact Megan Angstadt at [email protected] by calling (804) 359-3866 ext. 346.

Camper Checklist

Each camper should bring:

  • Baseball glove (labeled with camper's name)
  • Sunscreen
  • Comfortable clothing (baseball pants or shorts, t-shirt, hat/sunglasses, running shoes or rubber cleats)
  • Baseball bats, balls and helmets will be provided, although campers are welcome to bring their own as well
  • Please label equipment with your camper's name
  • Water and lunch are provided, but camper's are welcome to bring their own water bottle/sports drink and snack