About Camp



You'll learn and play the game on some of the finest, state-of-the-art ball fields found anywhere in the country. For this year's event we will return to Historic Dodgertown in Vero Beach, Florida.  The former spring training home to the Los Angeles Dodgers and original home to the Dodgers Fantasy Camp is now called the Jackie Robinson Training Complex and run by Major League Baseball. 

Play on the practice fields, dress in the modern, state-of-the-art locker room. Get everything you need, just like the pros, and stay healthy with a professional training staff and facility.


You'll get expert instruction from some of the greatest players to ever wear a pro uniform. 

Past camp instructors who will be there include have included former Dodgers Rick Monday, Bill Russell, Jerry Reuss, Jeff Torborg, Dino Ebel, Marty Reed.  We will update as others confirm.

While there's no guarantee with regards to the final list of instructors, we expect many to return and you never know who will join the list.

Campers will enjoy the same but renovated on campus hotel rooms.  89 hotel-style rooms include 10 suites, plus two poolside cabana rooms. All rooms are steps away from fields, dining, training amenities, recreation, and our Conference Center and meeting rooms. In addition, parking is directly outside your door.

Rooms feature: Flat screen TV's, High-speed Wi-Fi, Mini-fridges, Coffee makers, Ironing boards and irons and Microwaves in suites


Other amenities include: Competition-size swimming pool with deck to accommodate 500 guests, Lighted tennis courts, Lighted basketball courts, Sand volleyball court​, Paths for walking/jogging, Sports equipment available for check-out at the Hotel Front Desk (no charge). Plus Professional fitness room, Lounge with televisions, billiards, darts, table tennis and card tables, and Complimentary and convenient parking outside the hotel villas rooms.

Unlike most other camps, with us all your meals are included. A breakfast buffet with eggs, pancakes, meats, fruit, cereals, breads and pastries is served daily in the dining room. Lunch at the training complex locker room includes sandwiches, cold cuts and cheeses, and salads. For dinner, enjoy a variety of menus, from traditional American fare, Mexican and hearty BBQ again in the on site dining room. 
The camp schedule is jam packed with instruction and games, but when not playing ball, campers and fans can enjoy a wide range of hotel amenities.  Some activities may be at an additional cost.
  • Pool 
  • Golf (nearby) 
  • Fitness Center / Tennis Courts
  • Spa & Massage Services
  • Local Recreational and Tourist Attractions including: Museums, zoos, shooping and various recreational and outdoor activities in the beautiful Arizona desert. But you probably won't have time to enjoy these during camp as you'll be having too much fun playing ball.


Preparation for camp can't start too early and the key word is "STRETCH"!  Get those muscles loosened up and working.  Walk a little, maybe a few sprints here and there but by all means stretch. It's great preparation for camp and excellent for your general health. Click the Guide link below and connect to an easy stretching guide. 

Q.  I haven't played baseball since I was a kid. Will I still be able to participate? 
A.  Yes, absolutely. Our campers come in all sizes, shapes, ages and abilities. When you last played or even if you have ever played is not a criteria. You are not alone. There are many in your situation as well as those who are still playing some organized baseball. Just be honest in the self evaluation on the application . The coaches and staff take this into consideration when setting the teams and to spread all abilities to each team and make sure the teams are as equal as possible. 

Q.  What do I need to bring? 

A.  Bring your own baseball glove, shoes (rubber or steel spikes) and athletic undergarments for play at the fields and leisure clothes and bathing suit for back at the hotel. The dress for the week off the fields is casual. 

Q.  Are family and friends allowed to attend camp? 

A.  Yes. We have a fan package that will allow family and friends to be with you throughout your camp experience. Access to the locker room and the actual playing fields is restricted but they can sit in the stands and root you on and of course, join you at breakfast and dinner. 

Q.  Can we get autographs and take pictures? 

A.  Absolutely. The coaches are always happy to autograph that baseball or photo - well ok, maybe not during the pressure of a game. We will also have a professional photographer present to get that treasured group shot or maybe even your moments of glory. Prints can be available the next day so you can get it autographed as well. And of course, you can take all your own photos. In addition, a part of your package is a camp video that will highlight the entire week and a baseball autographed by all the camp instructors. 

Q.  Do I need a car for transportation? 

A.  A car is optional but not necessary. All camp activities are within walking distance from the on site hotel rooms.  
If you don't find your answers here, drop us an email at info@ladabc.com and we'll get you those answers.

For more information about our camp, call or write:


Mark Stone, Director 


12950 Willard Street

North Hollywood, CA 91605 

818-585-3179                          Or use the contact form below:


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