LRA Summer Camp

Step up to the plate and slide into summer fun with our premier baseball and softball camp! We provide young athletes with top-notch coaching and a comprehensive program designed to enhance their skills and love for the game.

Our camp features expert-led baseball and softball drills tailored to improve hitting, fielding, pitching, and base running techniques. From perfecting your swing to mastering defensive plays, our experienced coaches are here to guide players of all levels.

In addition to skill development, our camp emphasizes the values of teamwork, sportsmanship, and dedication. Players will have the opportunity to build lasting friendships while gaining confidence and resilience on the field.

Whether you're a rookie or a seasoned player, our baseball and softball camp offers a rewarding and enjoyable experience. Secure your spot today and get ready to hit it out of the park this summer!



600 N Second st

Little River Academy

Camp Instructions:

  • Drop off 7:45am
  • Pick up 12:45pm by 1:00pm
  • Bring Sack Lunch (we will supply water/sports drinks) (11:25am-12:00pm)
  • Late Pick up is available till 3:00pm

Camp Schedule

8:15am - 9:15am Tball
9:15-9:20am Rotate
9:20-10:20am Coach Pitch
10:20-10:25 Rotate
10:25-11:25 10U
11:25-12:00pm Lunch Break
12:00-1:00pm Team Events
8:15am - 9:15am 10U
9:15-9:20am Rotate
9:20-10:20am Tball
10:20-10:25 Rotate
10:25-11:25 Coach Pitch
11:25-12:00pm Lunch Break
12:00-1:00pm Team Events
8:15am - 9:15am Coach Pitch
9:15-9:20am Rotate
9:20-10:20am 10U
10:20-10:25 Rotate
10:25-11:25 Tball
11:25-12:00pm Lunch Break
12:00-1:00pm Team Events

We want everyone to have a safe and happy summer.

When attending a camp or class at LRA Sports, we expect that all participants will demonstrate care, respect, and responsibility at all times while with us. In addition, we expect participants to exhibit self-control, be nice to others, and follow simple instructions. To help students understand what this means, we have 4 basic rules:

  1. Be Caring: Being caring means that you will be kind to others, be a good friend, and use supplies and other materials wisely.
  2. Respect Others: To show respect you must be kind and polite to others. You should also pay attention to others as well as yourself.
  3. Take Responsibility: Taking responsibility means that you do what you are supposed to do, when you are supposed to do it, the way you are supposed to do it, and if you do something wrong you try to make it right.
  4. Participate and Try New Things: Participating means you will take part in all activities even if it might not be something you want to do.

Things that are never okay at LRA Sports: bullying or harassment (saying mean things or hurting others), lying or not telling the truth, stealing or taking things without asking, hitting, shoving, pushing, or being mean, destroying property, possessing, using, or distributing drugs, alcohol, and/or tobacco or bringing weapons of any kind to the program.

Consequences at program: We expect that participants will demonstrate care, respect, and responsibility at all times while with us. We also expect participants to exhibit self-control, be nice to others, and follow simple instructions.

If you do not follow the rules above or have difficulty with any part of these expectations, you will be asked to take responsibility for your actions and the Auxiliary Programs team will make every effort to match the consequence to the action.

Generally speaking, we will follow this process for any inappropriate behaviors;

  1. You will receive immediate correction from the staff member or director, sharing both what you are not doing right and what you can do to make it right.
  2. You will receive a verbal warning and logical consequence.
  3. You will have a follow up discussion with the program director.
  4. The program director will communicate with your family and set up a meeting between the family, student, and program director to talk through continued participation in the program.

Removal from the program is a possibility depending on the severity and continuation of the behavior or action.

The program director may decide to skip some of these steps if necessary.

While we offer top-notch programs, we may not be the best program or have the right supports in place for all children, especially those requiring special medical, behavioral, or social support. Please contact us with questions about whether LRA Summer Programs offer the right experience and supports for your child. Participants who are unable to follow our rules may be asked not to continue their session or not to return in the future and refunds will not be provided.

Extended day will be available from 1:00pm-3:00pm.

*Please note that this is only available for students who are registered in full day camps.

Students will participate in various activities such as free play in the gym, arts and crafts, games, challenges, etc.

The Registration Process

  1. Follow the directions on the registration page. After selecting your sessions, you will receive a confirmation email after registering. You will also receive an email one week prior to the start of your program with more information. Should you have any questions or need support when registering, please reach out to us at

Summer 24’ LRA

Summer Camp 24”

TBall- 10U 


8:00am - 1:00pm

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