Frequently Asked Questions
Signed "Medical Clearance" and "Parental Consent & Waiver of Responsibility" forms are required to be submitted prior to attending camp. You will receive these forms via email once you are registered for camp.
In each camp we will divide the players into teams by grades. Players will be competing against campers of similar age and abilities. This policy applies at the youth camps and the high school camps.
Yes there will no extra charge for walk-up registration. Parents must have appropriate camp paper work for camper to participate.
All events will occur RAIN or SHINE. Fortunately we have access to many of the athletic facilities at Auburn. We have plenty of indoor batting cages as well as use of other indoor facilities.
The nearest major airport is Atlanta, which is 100 miles from Auburn. From there you can either rent a car, or take the shuttle service Express 85 to Auburn. The number for Express 85 is 334-887-8595.
Campers should bring the following items: glove, baseball shoes, tennis shoes, practice pants, shorts, and a hat. If possible, catchers should bring their catching gear, and participants should bring their bat (if you do not have a bat, bats will be provided at camp). PLEASE LABEL ALL OF YOUR ITEMS ESPECIALLY GLOVES AND BATS.
Clothing should match the weather conditions and campers should be prepared for any kind of weather. Please label all of your items!
Resident campers should bring twin sheets and a blanket and pillow. Also, bring any toiletry items that might be needed as well as an alarm clock.
Yes. However, the camp director will take up the car keys of any resident camper and hold them until the conclusion of camp. The keys will be returned at the conclusion of the camp session or if there is an emergency that requires the use of the camper's vehicle.
The required paperwork (Voluntary waiver form, medical clearance, and insurance information) will be sent directly to you to the e-mail address you provide as part of your confirmation e-mail. Please note, you may use a physical or doctor's report dated within a year of camp so long as it contains the doctor's signature.
No. It is Auburn University's policy that ALL campers turn in completed paperwork before they will be allowed to participate in any camp activities.
We have one of our certified athletic trainers in the dorm along with several of our coaches. We have coaches spread out on each floor and they are responsible for overseeing their floor. The coaches do a room check and "lights-out" each night and take roll immediately in the morning prior to breakfast.
Our camp schedule keeps the campers at the baseball field each night until about 8:30-9pm. Once they arrive back at the dorm there is little time for activities prior to lights out. They basically have time to shower, get a drink and a snack, and then room check is shortly thereafter.
There are many great hotels in the Auburn area. Please visit the following link for information regarding accommodations while in town for camp: CLICK HERE.
We have a few camps throughout the year (Labor Day and Pitcher/Catcher/Infield Camp) that are position specific where you will participate at a single position for the duration of the camp due to the schedule and purpose of the camp. The remaining camps offer some flexibility for campers to experience instruction at multiple positions while at camp.
The coaching staff here at Auburn University will serve as the primary driving force behind the camp. Auburn Baseball Players themselves will provide additional help.
Outside High School and College coaches will be hired to work certain camps to help conduct camp.
Fee includes lunch, t-shirt and all instruction.
There will be a schedule available for parents at registration check-in./email will be sent through camp website prior to camp starting (week before).
Yes, parents are more than welcome to watch everything that goes on at the camp.