Registration open for 2017 baseball, softball camps with Cincinnati Reds

Registration is now open for official Cincinnati Reds baseball and softball camps.

Sponsored by UnitedHealthcare, Reds Camps are offering 15 camps in 2017 at various locations throughout “Reds Country.”

Reds Camps calls them an exciting, fun-filled week of baseball and softball they’ll never forget.

The camps are open to boys and girls ages six to 14 and run Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The summer dates are in various Ohio, West Virginia, and Kentucky locations including Columbus, Cincinatti, Mason, Harrison and Dayton, Ohio.

All campers receive a full Reds uniform (jersey, pants, hat and belt), a bus trip to Great American Ball Park for a VIP behind-the-scenes tour plus four tickets to a 2017 Reds home game.

The camps are led by an experienced staff of baseball and softball instructors who are passionate about the game and committed to creating an experience of a lifetime. The camps include special instruction from a Reds coach plus a guest appearance by a current Reds player.

“As we enter our sixth season I think it’s fair to say that we’ve created one of the best camps in America,” said Tim Rappe, Reds Camps director. “The response from athletes and parents has been off the charts positive and I expect nothing less in 2017.”

An “early bird” discount is available for registrations submitted prior to March 1, 2017.

For registration and pricing visit reds.com/camps or call 1-855-8GoReds (1-855-846-7337). A full listing of 2017 camps and dates is below:

Ft. Mitchell, Ky. – May 29-June 2 (Beechwood High School)
Cincinnati, Ohio – May 29-June 2 (Reds Youth Academy)
Indianapolis, Ind. – June 5-9 (Billericay Park, Fishers)
Louisville, Ky. – June 5-9 (Bellarmine University)
Chillicothe, Ohio – June 12-16 (Chillicothe High School)
Cincinnati, Ohio – June 12-16 (Reds Youth Academy)
Mason, Ohio – June 26-30 (Mason High School)
Harrison, Ohio – July 10-14 (Harrison High School)
Huntington, W.Va. – July 10-14 (Huntington High School)
Columbus, Ohio – July 17-21 (Hilliard Bradley High School)
Lexington, Ky. – July 17-21 (Lexington Christian Academy)
Cincinnati, Ohio – July 31-Aug. 4 (Summit Country Day Sports Complex)
Florence, Ky. – July 31-Aug. 4 (Boone County High School)
Cincinnati, Ohio – Aug. 7-11 (Colerain High School)
Dayton, Ohio – Aug. 7-11 (Centerville High School)