Carolina Baseball Camps
Carolina Baseball Camps at the University of North Carolina are recommended for the serious baseball player who desires to become a better player and wants a chance to play at the collegiate level. They are also for the weekend warrior who loves the game and is looking to play and get better.
All of our camps are designed in a fun working environment that also helps to challenge each player guiding them toward their maximum potential.
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101 Ridge Ln, Chapel Hill, NC
Carolina Baseball Camps
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→ The Franklin Hotel
→ Courtyard By Marriott
→ Aloft Chapel Hill
→ Chapel Hill University Inn
→ The Carolina Inn
→ Comfort Inn University
Be on time
NO HAZING of any other campers
Campers are NOT permitted to go to Uptown (Franklin Street)
Keep up with your own equipment — We are not responsible!
Helmets MUST be worn when hitting at ALL times
Helmets MUST be worn when feeding pitching machine
Throw ONLY in the outfield or unless otherwise instructed
Coaches will supervise any and all extra work
NO horseplay around stadium
NO use of weight equipment or running machines unless supervised by a staff member
Listen, work, hustle, improve, and have fun
What to Bring
Shorts- they are fine for most sessions
Bats- Please identify NOT REQUIRED
Catchers gear- Bring your gear if you have a set!
Hats are a must!
Baseball Clothing- baseball pants are needed for games at night
Any medicine you might need (ibuprofen, allergy medicine)
Shorts, T-shirts, underwear, athletic socks, athletic supporter
Lost or Stolen Items
All of your son’s gear should have his name in permanent marker on them. We have permanent markers at registration for the gear you will receive. We do not recommend that you bring expensive items such as cell phones, radios, jewelry, large amounts of money, watches, laser pointers, etc. Carolina Baseball Camps, Inc. or camp counselors are not responsible for lost or stolen items. Please prepare your son to be mindful of his belongings and to report a lost or stolen item at once.
We have an open-door policy regarding watching your child practice and play while at camp. Should you want to arrange an official tour of campus, you will need to contact the Admissions Office at (919)966-3621. Visitors must make their own arrangements for parking.