Welcome to the Leaside Baseball Summer Camp
And the program is now better than ever and proudly supported by:
Registration is now closed and will re-open in Spring 2019!
- One (1) Week Package (half days) | $210
- One (1) Week Package | $365
- Two (2) Week Package | $700
- Three (3) Week Package | $1000
- Four (4) Week Package | $1250
- Five (5) Week Package | $1500
- Six (6) Week Package | $1750
- Seven (7) Week Package | $2000
- Eight (8) Week Package | $2200
- Nine (9) Week Package | $2400
- Ten (10) Week Package | $2500
- Augmentation of our already great leadership team with experienced and respected day camp management.
- Baseball programming continues to be led by our tenured and passionate team of baseball counselors.
- Reports cards for each camper outlining their development and further needs provided at the end of each week.
- Reliable and trustworthy administration and programming as the Leaside Baseball Camp becomes a provisional member of the Ontario Camps Association (OCA) in order to meet or exceeds industry standards for camper safety and welfare.
Something for every level:
At Leaside Baseball Camp we have four levels of camp for different ages and skills:
- Beginner's (ages 5-6)
- Rookie Ball (ages 7-8)
- Mosquito (ages 9-10), and
- Peewee (ages 11-12)
Children will be assigned their level based on age and assessment of skill and experience.
And we are right in the heart of Leaside:
We are located at Howard Talbot Park - the home of the Leaside Baseball Association and the Leaside Leafs!
- south east of Bayview Ave & Eglinton Ave East, Toronto
- Next to Leaside High School, drive up entrance located off Parklea Drive
We run weekly, right through the summer:
- Week 1: June 25
- Week 2: July 2
- Week 3: July 9
- Week 4: July 16
- Week 5: July 23
- Week 6: July 30
- Week 7: August 6
- Week 8: August 13
- Week 9: August 20
- Week 10: August 27
We run a schedule that caters to the busy family:
- late pickup and drop-off extended hours are available (8:00AM to 5:00PM) for $50 per week
- half-day registration options are also available
Our typical daily programming:
- 9:00am to 4:00pm programming day
- Fun and baseball in the sun!
- Mornings: instruction and drills
- One hour lunch: 12:00 noon - 1:00pm
- Afternoons: games
- Mid-morning and late-afternoon breaks
- daily competitions
- running bases
- Slip-and-Slide on hot days
- Rain days: baseball movies, trivia, cards and baseball workbooks
And our lunch options:
Campers are invited to pack their own lunches, however, Leaside Baseball Camp has partnered with Healthy Kidz, a catering company owned by a local Leaside parent, to provide lunches to all players for a fee paid at the time of initial registration. The lunch program focuses on healthy, affordable meals for players.
Children registered for the Lunch Program at registration will receive bracelets to identify them to the service staff.
We will accommodate multi-allergy requests and religious and dietary restrictions. The facility is a 100% nut-free and shellfish-free environment.
Our menus are designed and prepared in accordance with the Canada Food Guide to Healthy Eating: Bill 8 – Healthy Foods for Healthy Schools Act; The Trans Fat Regulation; and the PPM 150 – Food and Beverage Policy. All Healthy Kidz menus are approved by a registered dietician and support the municipal and regional criteria including the City of Toronto Operating Criteria.
The Healthy Kidz program runs Monday to Thursday each week. We then have "Pizza Fridays" where our sponsor, Pizzaville, supplies cheese and cheese pepperoni pizzas to those that have purchased the Lunch Program.
The Lunch Program is $40 per week.
What campers should bring:
- Comfortable athletic outdoor clothing (i.e. shorts and tee-shirt)
- Baseball glove
- Hat and sunscreen
- Lunch, snacks and water or sports drinks (or purchase the at-camp lunch option below)
- At least 2L of water (there is a water fountain and a hydration station; however, it is recommended campers have their own water bottle)
- Baseball bag or knapsack (optional)
- Athletic Sunglasses (optional)
- Baseball pants (optional)
- Jock or jill (optional)
- Swim trunks (optional)
- Cleats, batting gloves, bat and helmet (optional)
- Portable chair and or towel to relax in and dry off with (optional)