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1.       What do I need to register for camp?


Baseball and All Sports Campers must complete our electronic

registration found here. Here you will be asked to upload a 

2-page form as well as immunization records from your pediatrician.

Payment should be mailed to the address listed on the registration form.



2.      Can you sign up weekly?


Yes! Families may sign up for whichever – and however – many weeks they’d like.



3.      What happens if it rains?


During heavy rain days, we would cancel camp and issue a credit for the missed day to be used

at any point later that summer.



4.      What are the hours of camp?


All Sports Camp runs from 9am-3pm, Monday thru Friday. 

Weeks 1-6 (June 27 - August 9) will be held at Congers Lake Memorial Park

Weeks 7-8 (August 12- 23) will be held at Lake Nanuet Park



5.      Where is Drop off and pickup?

By the upper little league field (at Lake Nanuet), and by the big softball field (at Congers Lake)



6.      Are there extra hours?


We offer extended morning hours, in which parents can drop off as early as 7:30am for an additional fee.



7.      What are the ages to be a camper?  Counselor?

For Baseball & All Sports Camp, campers range from 6-13 years old.


To become a counselor for any of our camps, prospective employees must be at least 16 years of age, as per the Department of Health. Please contact us for a staff application if interested.  If you are 15 years of age and are interested in becoming a Counselor In Training (CIT), please contact us as well for a separate application process and more info.



8.      Do I need to be a resident to swim in pool? 


Campers don’t have to be Clarkstown residents to swim at Pitch by Pitch – all campers have access to swim in the pool during camp days. Those without seasonal Town passes pay a small daily fee to access the pool.


9.       Does my child have to pass the deep water test to swim in the pool?


Since we do not use the deep end at Lake Nanuet, there is no deep water test administered. Campers are asked to remain in water no higher than chest deep, as per the Department of Health’s regulations.



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