Brighten Your Child’s Summer with a Baseball Summer Camp!

All kids get excited for the summer, but it doesn’t take long for boredom to set in. A few days at home and your kids are likely to have gone through all their toys and video games, with little else to do – at least in their eyes. Thankfully, there are plenty of summer camps that are designed to provide interaction, engagement and learning for kids over the summer.

Some summer camps have a specific focus, while others are more generalized. If you have a child who loves baseball and can’t get enough of the sport, you’ll love what CK’s Baseball has to offer. Our facility provides baseball programs and clinics year-round, and summer camps are just one of our specialties. We provide these camps to youth, ages 5-14, during the months of June, July and August.

CK’s Baseball summer camps are offered in both half-day and full-day sessions, making it easy for parents who work and need extra flexibility. Full-day campers have the option to bring a lunch or purchase pizza and a drink. Orders are taken in the morning so that kids are ready to eat come lunchtime!

So what is a day in summer camp like?

Campers spend their time developing their skills and practicing the proper forms. Mornings are spent at Marlboro Little League Complex, Cheesequake Little League or Sayreville Little League, while the afternoons are spent at CK’s. Our state-of-the-art facility is climate controlled, too. Kids have a blast as they meet with other baseball fans and professional instructors and practice their skills, which include:

  • batting techniques

  • pitching and throwing form

  • defensive positioning and fielding

  • sliding skills

  • hand-eye coordination for catching

Best of all, you don’t have to worry about what skill level your child is at. Our summer camps are designed for beginner, intermediate and advanced players, so there’s something for every kid to enjoy. This arrangement also allows siblings, friends and neighbors to stay together over the summer without having to attend separate camps.

To learn more about CK’s Baseball summer camps, visit our summer camp page.