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78-Camp-Bulldog-600 2017 WEEKDAY
June, July & August
For Boys & Girls Ages 5-12
Elite Camp Ages 11-17
Run by Marc Lussier II & Luis Monell
Camp Bulldog Elite

WEEKLY SESSIONS: 8:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

Session 1 June 26-June 30 Monday-Friday
Session 2 July 3-7 (4 days) Monday, Wednesday-Friday
Session 3 July 10-14 Monday-Friday
Session 4 July 17-21 Monday-Friday
Session 5 July 24-28 Monday-Friday
Session 6 July 31-August 4 Monday-Friday
Session 7 August 7-11 Monday-Friday
Session 8 August 14-18* Monday-Friday
* = No Camp Bulldog Elite during Session  9


(Co-ed, Ages 5 – 12, that age on July 1, 2017)

Camp Bulldog is our fun summer baseball camp held in Prospect Park from mid-June through mid-August run by Bulldogs coaches, former Division 1 college baseball players and current high school and college players.

The camp curriculum is designed to teach baseball skills through fun games designed to keep campers fully engaged while reinforcing the skills needed to become a better baseball player. Every aspect of the camp – from the evaluation process to teaching specific skills to game play – is done through the use of fun games. The days will be full and exciting.

Baseball themes covered during the camp include:

  • Throwing
  • Fielding
  • Catching
  • Pitching
  • Hitting
  • Base Running


(Co-ed, Ages 11 – 17, that age on July 1, 2017)

Camp Bulldog Elite is a weeklong clinic dedicated to teaching the art and science of hitting.  Our classroom approach allows athletes to get a better understanding of the mechanics of hitting by studying the swing mechanics of the top hitters of all time as well as college and high school ballplayers. Hitters will then take to the field where they will apply their newfound knowledge to their own swings with the help of modern technology used to track bat speed, path, timing, impact and more. Hitters will also have their swings analyzed by our coaches and tracked closely on a day-to-day basis. If you want to improve your swing and gain an advanced understanding of hitting, then spend a week with us at the Camp Bulldog Elite.

Hitting a baseball is one of the hardest tasks for an athlete of any level to perform on a consistent basis. This is why we created a hitting clinic that takes the bat from the diamond and into classroom.

As a special bonus we are have an arm maintenance component. A baseball player needs to have a strong, well-conditioned and healthy arm in order to play baseball at a high level for an entire season. Your arm is a lifeline, no matter what position you play. Our arm maintenance program helps prepare our athletes to build and maintain their throwing strength throughout a long season. Our program consists of a long toss throwing program as well as arm exercises and conditioning routines meant to strengthen the arm as well as condition it so it is ready to withstand the wear and tear that comes with throwing a baseball on a daily basis. This program is essential to the success of every baseball is player and should be taken advantage of if you are looking to take your game to the next level.

Our Elite camp staff includes current professional Bulldogs coaches as well as current and former college players.

So, if you want your player to take his game to the next level, here’s your chance.


  • Both camps are co-ed.
  • Camp Bulldog: Athletes ages 5 – 12 (as of July 1, 2017)
  • Camp Bulldog Elite: Athletes ages 11 – 17 (as of July 1, 2017), 10 year olds registered for regular Camp Bulldog may be admitted subject to an evaluation on the first day of camp.


  • Camp is held on the Long Meadow Baseball Fields in Prospect Park.
  • Camp Bulldog: Drop off (including early drop off) and pickup (at 3 p.m.) are at the 9th Street entrance to Prospect Park at the Monument of Lafayette. Extended day pick up will be at our facility at 1521 10th Ave. (corner of 16th Street).
  • Camp Bulldog Elite: Athletes will meet every morning at 8:30 a.m. at 1521 10th Ave., corner of 16th Street.

Cost: $350 per week except the week of July 4, which is $280.  Register by March 31, 2016 and the fees are $25 less.  Multi-week and sibling discounts are also available, $25 each after the first registered week.

Early Drop Off: The early drop off time is 7:30 a.m. and costs $10 per day.

Extended Day: Extended day is from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. and costs $20 per day when signing up in advance. Extended day is $25 per day when signing up during the week of camp.

You can sign up for early drop off and extended day in advance during online registration for camp.

Capacity: Limited to 40 campers per session – Sign up now, the slots fill quickly.

What to Wear/Bring: Campers will be required to bring a baseball mitt, lunch, sunglasses, a towel, bathing suit, a change of clothes, water & water bottle, suntan lotion, protective cup for boys, and medication (where required, with precise and clear instructions) . Accommodations will be made if it rains.

Lunch is also available for an additional fee, instructions for ordering and paying for lunch will be provided in the welcome email sent during the week before camp.

For questions, use our contact form and address your message to Bulldogs Summer Baseball Camp.

A Youth Program of the 78th Precinct Youth Council,
a member of the Positive Coaching Alliance

These activities are not sponsored or endorsed by the New York City Department of Education or the City of New York.

Character, Teamwork, and Sportsmanship.