2018 Summer Baseball Camps (6-12yrs)

Legends Baseball - the Total Baseball Experience. The most unique and fastest growing Bay Area baseball camp. THE Peninsula baseball camp.

We are excited to announce another summer of Legendary baseball camps! 

 REGISTRATION OPENS JANUARY 17th


 

The Legends Baseball Experience Summer Camp is the perfect camp for baseball-loving kids to develop their baseball skills, build self-confidence and develop new friendships… all in a safe, motivating, and fun environment!

 

Our famous 6:1 Camper-to-Coach ratio promotes the most positive and individualized learning environment possible.    Private and small group instruction, along with our innovative coaching program combining drills, games and baseball contests, all ensure your camper is having a legendary time while simultaneously developing their baseball skills. 

Using Positive Coaching Alliance methodologies, our coaches focus on teaching baseball skills and fundamentals,  while campers also build confidence and self-esteem.  Our philosophy celebrates improvement as much as accomplishment, and reinforces the values of hard work, teamwork, honesty & cooperation.

Each week of Legends baseball summer camp includes:

  • Detailed hitting instruction (in batting cages & on-field)
  • Pitching instruction focusing on teaching correct pitching mechanics
  • Fielding and base-running coaching
  • One-on-one instruction
  • Confidence and focus–building techniques
Daily Schedule

We’ll spend our mornings working on a variety of areas including hitting, pitching, catching, fielding (infield and outfield play), base running, sliding, and making plays — all while building skills & confidence through fun contests, challenges & games!

In the afternoons, players will be grouped by age and ability to form teams for the week.  Teams will play against each other, putting to use the skills they’ve learned in the morning camp into game situations.  Coaching emphasis will be on teaching clean catching & exchanging of the ball and developing the players’ baseball fielding knowledge (knowing where to make the play given the number of outs, base runner location, and score of the game.)

Players will be grouped according to age, ability, experience, and personal request.


 
Menlo Park Summer Camps

Dates:    Weekly camps running  June 18 – August 10

Times:    9am-3pm (after-care available 3pm-5pm)

Location:    Menlo-Atherton High School, Varsity Baseball Diamond (Ringwood Ave entrance, Gym Parking Lot)

Costs:     

  • $375 per week (through January 31)
  • $400 per week (February 1 – March 31)
  • $425 per week (April 1 – end of summer)
  • After-care charges (3-5pm):  $30 / day; $120 / week

 

Redwood City Summer Camps

Dates:   June 25-29,  July 9-13,  July 23-27

Times:    9am-3pm 

Location:   Kiwanis Little League Field, Red Morton Park

Costs:     

  • $325 per week (through January 31)
  • $350 per week (February 1 – March 31)
  • $375 per week (April 1 – end of summer)

 

*MULTI-CAMP Savings: Sign up for 2 or more summer camps and receive an additional $25 discount!   Enter MULTICAMP25 in the “Discount Code” box during check out.


Questions?  Email info@menloparklegends.com

 

Camp Cancellation / Rain Policy:  If there is rain, or if you need to cancel for any other reason, you can switch to another camp session (pending availability) or can use registration credit towards summer camp or other Legends programs.  There are no cash refunds for cancellations made after June 1st, only camp credit.  There is a nonrefundable $50 administrative fee, per camp, for cancellations made prior to June 1st.



“David and his staff bring both the skills and fun to baseball”

“Excellent opportunity for young athletes to “learn from the pros”. All Staff members made all boys feel welcome and proud of their accomplishments!”

“My sons had an amazing week! I’m so impressed by the camp and instructors. The boys not only had a ton of fun, but learned a lot in the process. We’ll be back again next year!”

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A letter from the Camp Director:

David Klein and happy camper

Going into our 9th year of summer camps, I feel extremely blessed and fortunate to have such a loyal customer base hear in Menlo Park and the surrounding area. We have seen such overwhelming support we have now outgrown the fields of Menlo Park and must look to other towns for field space! As a result we are excited to announce we are holding camp in Palo Alto and Redwood City in addition to our Menlo Park location.

Over the years I have befriended and worked with numerous camp parents and their smiling children; I am always genuinely delighted to see camper families return every summer ready to have fun and learn more about the game of baseball. From the 10 kid camps at Red Morton to the 50 kid camps at Nealon Park, there are many who have been with us since the very beginning. I feel privileged to have had the opportunity to make a meaningful impact on so many children and their development. As Legends Baseball Camp continues to grow and evolve our objective is to continuously improve and find unique ways to enhance the camp experience. Our continued focus and goals are as follows: (1) engendering a love of baseball in every single camper– from the first timer, to the all-star (2) teaching valuable life lessons through the game and its challenges (3) developing sound fundamentals and confidence through repetition, trust and constant positive reinforcement (4) preach and exemplify our motto for baseball success “have fun, work hard, play hard!”

Although Legends camp has grown considerably over the years, we are committed to generating the same intimate, “small camp” vibe by offering the most competitive camper to coach ratio around (about 5:1). We believe this is a big part of the “Legendary formula” as it allows the children to develop meaningful relationships with their camp coaches and maximize repetitions and individual attention.

Once again, I would like to express how grateful I am for all the support and loyalty we have felt over the years. We wouldn’t have such an incredible community based youth camp and semi-pro team with you! I hope you and your families have a LEGENDARY baseball season and see you this summer!

Sincerely,

David Klein
Legends Baseball Camp Director

2013 Camp Week 4

2013 Camp Week 4