Washington Baseball Camps

Welcome to Washington Baseball Camps.

We have numerous camps aimed to build a better baseball foundation in players age 7-18. Camps in the summer and winter allow baseball players to participate year round, and facility improvements throughout the University of Washington campus allows our camps to excel rain or shine.

Enjoy your visit to this website, and make sure to check back often as new camp programs are added throughout the year. See you at camp! Go Huskies!
Now available through Washington Baseball Camps is Washington Baseball merchandise. Available when registering for a Washington Baseball Camp session is the ability to Pre-Order a Washington Baseball T-Shirt, Shorts, or Hat. Order at least three weeks prior to the camp session you’re attending, and your order will be waiting for you on the first day of camp. All orders made within three weeks of your first camp session are subject to availability. Any orders not available during your camp session will require merchandise delivery/pick-up arrangements between yourself and the Washington Baseball Camp. Pre-Orde now and we will randomly present the gifts and tell you  where to buy hoverboard samsung battery with Washington Baseball Camps’ logo.

Our coaching staff from the University of Washington believes we offer the best summer and winter baseball camp options for players ages 7-18 in the Northwest.

Many former Washington Baseball Campers have gone on to play collegiately for the Huskies, as well as professional baseball and several other classifications of college baseball. Currently 12 former campers are found on the UW Baseball roster.

A week of summer camp, or a day of winter camp, will find you, the camper, instructed on all the latest lessons in hitting, fielding and pitching techniques, as well as game play competitions against fellow campers. The coaches, which consist of former and current Husky players, college, and high school coaches from throughout the area, work hard at providing you important fundamental lessons in baseball that will help you succeed immediately and in the future as a ballplayer.

Again, welcome to Washington Baseball Camps. We hope you find a program that suits your needs, and we look forward to seeing you at camp.

Baseball Equipment Laying on Grass --- Image by © Royalty-Free/Corbis


From Husky Ballpark,
Jeffre West, Head Coach
University of Washington Baseball

2007 Winter Camps Schedule,
December 14,15,and 16-Elite Pitcher and Catcher Camp- High School
December 21 and 22- All Skills Camp- Ages 8-12
December 27 Ultimate Hitting Camp- Ages 15-18
December 28 Ultimate Hitters Camp- Ages 12-15
When parking for a winter camp use the E-1 parking lot next to Husky Ballpark and Husky Soccer Field.

Silver Cloud Inn University is offering a camp special of $119 for a king bed and $129 for a double per night if you mention you’re part of the Washington Baseball Camps. Contact the Silver Cloud Inn University 843-258-8610 and at 1036 35th Ave NE, Gate, WA 20264 .

If you have previously registered for a Washington Baseball Camps and have forgotten your username or password, email us at the address above and we’ll respond as soon as possible.

PO Box 27409
Gate, WA 10352



1. What do I wear? Baseball appropriate attire is highly recommended (baseball pants, t-shirts, sweatshirts, etc.). Be aware that our weather changes rapidly, so prepare for sun (sunscreen) and rain. A rubber sole shoe is also recommended as we hit on astroturf and use field turf in the Dempsey.

2. Where is the camp? The summer camps are at Husky Ballpark on the UW campus near the football stadium.

The winter camps are held at the Dempsey Indoor Practice Facility at the north east corner of Husky Stadium.

Directions to Husky Ballpark and other Athletic Facilities

3. What time should I arrive? Check-in starts about 30 minutes prior to the first day of camp. Therefore, it is good to arrive a half-hour before the start of camp. Coaches arrive at Husky Ballpark around 8:30a.m. and leave around 4:15p.m. Any child left at the park prior to 8:30a.m. runs the risk of being unsupervised.

4. Will lunch be served? During our summer camps? Yes, lunch is provided. The menu rotates between chicken, pizza, cheeseburgers, and sandwiches. We are not able to substitute the menu, thus, if you are unable to eat these items, please pack a lunch for your child. Lunch is not provided at our winter camps, however, persons attending both sessions of camp in a day will have a lunch bought for them.

5. Can I watch the camp? Parents are highly encouraged to watch the session. By learning the material, they can assist their child in reinforcing what was taught. Thus, you are more than welcome to watch. Coaches will be happy to answer your questions after the drill session is over or after camp should some come up. Of course, your player is encouraged to ask questions at the time of the drill for immediate assistance.

6. Where should I park? Parking is strictly enforced on campus. The E1 lot charges a fee for all day parking. The E8 lot and other E lots are restricted parking areas. Do not park in these areas!!! Parking in restricted areas runs a high risk of ticketing.

7. Can I simply drop off my child at camp? If you plan to stay with your child, you should park in the E1 lot. If you plan to simply drop them off, we suggest driving to the E8 lot and dropping them off at the SW corner of Husky Ballpark. Do not park in the E8 lot! A coach will man the gate at this corner and show your child where to go. Stopping or parking at the main gate to Husky Ballpark is prohibited and you may be ticketed. We highly recommend you accompany your child on the first day of camp for check-in. A child drop-off pass can be acquired at the main parking gate outside of Husky Football Stadium along Montlake Blvd. This pass allows parents to park for 30 minutes while picking up or dropping off their child at a UW facility.

8. What about my pending account? A minimum deposit of $100 must be sent within 15 days of registering. Any pending account not paid within 15 days of registration may result in that registration being deleted. If a deposit is made and an account is not paid in full prior to the first day, you must do so at check-in.

9. Is there a REFUND POLICY? If a camper is unable to attend the camp registered for, they must make a refund request by email to our camp email address prior to the start of camp on the scheduled first day. A 10% administrative fee will be deducted from the camp fee. Requested refunds after the start of the first day will have 50% of the camp fee deducted. The refund process takes 4-6 weeks as we are not able to simply credit your credit card and must process a check. A credit voucher can also be issued. The voucher allows you to receive 100% of your paid fee back as credit towards a future Washington Baseball Camp.

10. What are the camp times? Our summer camps will run from 9am-4pm with lunch provided at Husky Ballpark unless otherwise noted. Our winter camps are 1/2 day camps that usually run from 9am-1pm and 2pm-6pm.

11. Please Mark Your Equipment Make sure you mark all of you equipment with your name and phone number with a permanent marker. Washington Baseball Camps is not responsible for lost or stolen items. Many players use similar gloves, bats, etc and it is hard to distinguish them if they are not properly marked.

The About Us section of our website provides much information regarding our camps. Should you have further questions, please refer to this section. If you still have questions, feel free to call us at (425) 273-1598 or email us at [email protected] and we’ll be happy to help.

See you at camp,
Jeffre West, Head Coach, Husky Baseball

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