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The registration deadline is 7 days prior to each camp. We reserve the right to close camps earlier if we reach capacity however. Please register as early as possible to secure your spot.

Unfortunately no. We are limited by NCAA rules prohibiting us from offering individual based financial assistance to our camps.
The Yellow Jacket coaching staff & players will instruct/supervise camp along with select trusted area coaches. Background checks are performed on all staff.
All camps are held at Russ Chandler Stadium on the Georgia Tech campus. Directions and parking information will be emailed out prior to each camp.
Campers need to wear baseball appropriate attire each day, including a glove and cleats, and bring a water bottle. Campers also must bring a lunch unless purchased through us.
While spending money is not required, parents are encouraged to provide some money for miscellaneous items (snacks, drinks, gear, etc.) that we will be selling at camp. Overnight campers will also have the opportunity to purchase pizza for after the evening session.
No, we do not require a physical to attend the camp. All the medical info we need is asked on the registration form.
All campers will be grouped with campers their own grade. Our coach to camper ratio is between 6:1 and 10:1 depending on their age or the given station. We will not break the campers into groups until the first day of camp. Friends that want to be grouped together simply have to alert a coach when the groups are being split up and we will be happy to accommodate.
No. For liability reasons, we do not offer transportation services to and from camp. Both in-town and out-of-town campers are solely responsible for their own travel arrangements to and from camp.

For baseball, check in will start at 8:15am on the first morning of camp. They will have someone at the field by 8:30am each morning following that.

They do not have after care available.

Refunds are only issued if cancellation is made 7 days prior to the beginning of that particular camp session unless a doctor’s not can be provided showing an illness or injury. Only payments above the $25 processing fee are eligible to be refunded at any time. Campers requesting a refund within the 7-day window will be awarded a future camp credit.
Yes, parents are welcome to come observe camp sessions. However, free parking is only available during check-in and check-out each day. Parents that wish to stay will be directed to pay lots on campus.

Campers are permitted to have cell phones at camp as long as they are not out during instructional times. In case of emergencies, please call Nick Scherer at 678-612-8387.

All meals are provided for overnight campers (except breakfast for commuters). All campers attending any of our Day Camps, Pitching/Catching/Defense Camp, or Hitting Camp are required to bring a lunch unless they purchase it through us for $8/day.
Yes, licensed collegiate trainers are on duty at all times to attend to any illness or injuries. Coaches and counselors supervise all camp activities and dormitories to monitor safety and precaution.
Please note: Campers requiring the use of inhalers or medications of any kind are solely responsible for administering their own meds. Parents should consider this when registering their children for camp.
Parking on the Georgia Tech campus is not free. You will need to park in the meter spaces . Parking is a flat $5 after 5pm in those meters and the daily rate will vary seasonally so you will need to check the kiosk. You can pay with cash, credit card, or the park mobile app. Danny Hall Baseball Camps are not responsible for parking tickets acquired around or during camp hours.
Danny Hall Baseball Camp, Inc: 58-2093380