Frequently Asked Questions
No. This is a Day Camp for 3rd – 10th Graders. We do offer one Junior's Session for 1st & 2nd Grade Boys & Girls.
Camp operates 9:00am to 4:00pm daily. Doors open at 8:15am. ALL campers must be picked up by 4:45 pm. Our Instructional Shooting Clinics are an affordable option for those who arrive early, or get picked up later.
Baltimore All-Star, PARK, RPCS, & Coppermine are not responsible for campers picked up after 4:45pm.
You may if necessary. However, you must communicate with your team coach as we take attendance multiple times throughout a camp day. Missing days is discouraged, as it affects team and group activities.
You can view the refund policy here.
Most Sessions fill up in advance, and due to popular demand in recent years, walk-up registration is no longer an option.
All activities are indoors. Fully AIR-CONDITIONED. Competitive Basketball activities within a highly structured and organized learning environment. Daily Fundamental teaching stations, contests, competitions, and individual instruction. Team format. Each team has a permanent coach for the week. Each team has one mini-practice, and plays 2 games per day. ALL campers receive equal amount of playing time.
Staff is comprised of all adult, experienced teachers and coaches. Attendance is taken multiple times, and our campers are under maximum supervision throughout each day. We currently have 15 HS Head Coaches, 10 HS Assistant Coaches, and 5 college players on our staff. Many of our FIVE-STAR coaches have been with us for 10+ years. We employ a Certified Athletic Trainer, all day at every one of our sessions.
Come ready to play…. shorts, shirt and shoes. You may bring a gym bag or backpack with an extra T-shirt, towel, etc.
No. You can not play with them on. Most of your time will be spent playing and competing, so please leave those items at home.
Tryouts and evaluations take place on Monday mornings and campers are grouped accordingly- by size, age, and ability. We have two leagues of play at each camp Session. Additionally, coaches will divide their teams into units based upon ability to ensure competitive equality.
Campers may bring their own lunch, or purchase pizza and subs.
The Camp Store sells Baltimore All-Star Gear, snacks, chips, & drinks during the camp day. Upon check-in/arrival on Monday morning, you will be asked if you want to deposit any money to start an account. Whatever amount you wish to deposit will be the amount of credit you have in the store. At the end of camp, any unspent money will be returned to you in full. Although this is an optional program, it is highly recommended that campers do not carry cash.
Yes, parents are welcome as long as it is not on an all-day, everyday basis.