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Make memories that last a lifetime at Dodgers Summer Camp Series presented by Nike! Children ages 7-12 will develop their skills and train on the field at Dodger Stadium with expert instructors. All experience levels are welcome.

Powered by the Dodgers Training Academy. A portion of the proceeds benefit the Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation.

To learn more about camp sessions and safety protocols, click the buttons below.

Summer Camp Series

Give your child a once-in-a-lifetime experience playing on the field at Dodger Stadium! Campers will develop their skills in all areas of the game including hitting, fielding, base running, pitching, and more. Camps are open to all athletes and skill levels.

Campers receive:

  • Nike Camp T-shirt
  • Camp Gift Bag

Upgrade your experience: $175 per session

Upgrade your camper's experience with the following benefits! (additional $175)

  • Option to customize camp t-shirt/jersey with an eligible name and number*
  • Autographed baseball by a Dodgers player or manager from the 2021 roster
  • Invitation to a virtual Q&A with a Dodgers player or coach**
  • Dodger Stadium Top of the Park Team Store 20% OFF voucher

*Must be approved by the Dodgers.

**As of May 2021, the Q&A will be held via Zoom webinar. Date and player/coach are to be determined.

Dodgers 2-Day Baseball Camp

Dodgers 3-Day Baseball Camp

$600

Ages 7-12

July 6-8

9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

Session Dates Times Instruction Hours Age Group
Session 1 July 6-8 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. 12 hours: 3 days @ 4 hours/day Ages 7 - 12

Dodgers 4-Day Baseball Camp

In addition to their camp gift bag, campers attending the 4-day baseball camp will receive a full camp uniform including a jersey, baseball pants, and socks.

$700

Ages 7-12

Aug. 10-13

9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

Session Dates Times Instruction Hours Age Group
Session 1 Aug. 10-13 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. 16 hours: 4 days @ 4 hours/day Ages 7 - 12

Health & Safety (as of 6/8/21)

All health and safety procedures are developed in accordance with city, county, state, and CDC guidelines.

  • Health screenings will be administered upon entering the stadium._ Any person exhibiting or acknowledging any sign(s) of illness and/or exposure to COVID-19 shall be denied entry._
  • Campers will be broken up into teams of no more than 20. Teams will be permitted to play against one other team in competition._ Requested teammates attending the same camp will be kept together whenever possible. We recommend family members from the same household request the same team._
  • All stations and shared equipment will be sanitized between rotations.
  • Use of shared equipment will be limited.
  • All staff will wear masks during check-in and instruction.
  • Campers will be asked to wear an appropriate face mask at all times, except in periods of heavy physical exertion in which case they must maintain physical distancing of 8 ft. When competing, masks must be worn while not participating in the activity.
  • Neck gaiters, masks with one way valves, and bandanas are not permitted.
  • Hand sanitizer will be readily available.
  • Camper personal effects will be kept in designated spaces.
  • There will be no contact celebrations (high fives, fist bumps, etc.).
  • Physical distancing will be in effect as much as practicable.
  • If campers do not follow all rules, guidelines, and directions, they will be asked to leave without refund.

The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health strongly discourages all non-essential travelers from other states and countries from entering the County of Los Angeles. All non-essential travelers who are not fully vaccinated entering or returning to Los Angeles County from other states or countries must:

a. Quarantine for 7 full days with a negative COVID-19 viral test taken 3-5 days after their arrival.

b. Quarantine for 10 full days after travel if they do not take a COVID-19 viral test after their arrival.

c. Self-monitor for symptoms of COVID-19, and avoid spending time around those who are at higher risk of severe illness, for 14 full days after arrival. If symptoms develop, they must isolate and get tested.

*Those who have recovered from COVID-19 in the last 3 months (90 days) and are asymptomatic do not need a COVID test and do not need to quarantine. However, they should monitor their symptoms for 14 days.

All camp registrations will continue to be subject to any restrictions or limitations on capacity or attendance that may be established or revised by state, county, or city authorities. Refunds or exchanges may be required for impacted camps.

Dodgers Camp Code of Conduct

The Dodgers are committed to creating an inclusive, enjoyable environment for everyone. To keep camp a fun experience for all, instructors, staff, and campers must adhere to the Camp Code of Conduct.

  • Campers, instructors, and staff will treat one another with respect.
  • Campers will demonstrate good sportsmanship, such as:
    • Supporting teammates
    • Following the rules set by instructors and staff
    • Accepting calls and not arguing
    • Keeping a positive attitude
  • Name calling, harassment, or bullying of any kind will not be tolerated.
  • Under no conditions should anyone, lay a hand upon, push, shove, strike, or threaten to strike a player, coach, or staff.
  • Instructors will make sure campers get as close to an equal amount of reps at each station within the time allotted.
  • Instructors and staff will monitor practice and game play to uphold this code of conduct.
Campers who do not adhere to the code of conduct will have their parent or guardian called and be asked to leave without refund.

Payment Plans

Payment plans are available for all youth camp sessions. The first payment of each plan is required during registration. Custom payment plans can be arranged by request to camps@ladodgers.com.

Dodgers Training Academy

The Los Angeles Dodgers Training Academy’s mission is to develop, foster, and nurture a love and passion for sport – all while providing an unforgettable learning experience and creating lifelong Dodger fans!

Learn more about our camp instructors and Dodgers Training Academy programs by visiting their website!

FAQs

Who is going to be at the camps?

All camps will be instructed by the Dodgers Training Academy instructors.

Will my child be able to bring cleats?

We prefer if your child wears athletic sneakers and not cleats. However, if they wear rubber cleats they will be allowed on the field. Metal cleats will NOT be allowed on the field.

Does my child need to bring his/her own equipment?

Yes – for the health and safety of all campers, each child is required to bring his/her own equipment. This includes a fielding glove, batting gloves, bats, and batting helmets. Please make sure you clearly mark your child's belongings, as we are not responsible for lost or stolen items.

Does my child need to bring a lunch?

Every child has different needs in regards to food; we want to ensure that your child gets a nutritious meal and that his/her needs are being met. We ask that you bring a pre-packed lunch and water bottle every day for your child. Please make sure you properly mark your child's lunch. Lunches with ice-packs or cooler type lunch bags are permitted. Concession stands will not be open.

Where do I drop off/pick up my child?

All camp participants are to be dropped off and picked up at the centerfield gate located in Lot G. Further drop off and pick up instructions will be included in your informational email one week prior to camp.

Can I stay and watch the camp session?

During our Winter Camp series, spectators were not permitted. Depending on public health guidance, we may be able to host spectators during the Summer Camp series. These decisions will be made closer to the start of camp sessions and may change at any time.

Do I have to check in my child or can a family member/friend do it?

All camp participants are to be checked in and out every day of camp by their parents/legal guardians or a person designated during the online registration or sent to Camps@LADodgers.com via email. A proper ID will be required.

Is my child able to attend camp if we are traveling from out of state/internationally? (As of 4/26/21)

The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health strongly discourages all non-essential travelers from other states and countries from entering the County of Los Angeles. All non-essential travelers who are not fully vaccinated entering or returning to Los Angeles County from other states or countries must:

a. Quarantine for 7 full days with a negative COVID-19 viral test taken 3-5 days after their arrival.

b. Quarantine for 10 full days after travel if they do not take a COVID-19 viral test after their arrival.

c. Self-monitor for symptoms of COVID-19, and avoid spending time around those who are at higher risk of severe illness, for 14 full days after arrival. If symptoms develop, they must isolate and get tested.

*Those who have recovered from COVID-19 in the last 3 months (90 days) and are asymptomatic do not need a COVID test and do not need to quarantine. However, they should monitor their symptoms for 14 days.

What if my child is diabetic or has special needs?

The Dodgers will make special accommodations for children with special needs; make sure you include all medications in your medical release form.

What is the refund/cancellation policy?

You may transfer your registration to a different session if space is available. There is no refund or credit for days unattended by the camper(s). Those registered for any camps cancelled pursuant to public health requirements or recommendations will be offered a credit or refund.

What is the inclement weather policy?

Any camp days canceled due to inclement weather will be rescheduled for a later date. There is no refund or credit for days unattended by the camper(s).

QUESTIONS - EMAIL CAMPS@LADODGERS.COM OR CALL (323) 224-1598