I love living in the Boston area. I always tell people that this is the best place in the country to live and I honestly mean it. One of the things I love the most about living here is our awesome sports teams. I love them all, but when I tell you that there is nothing like spending a day at Fenway Park watching the Red Sox play is one of the best ways to spend three hours in the city, I speak the truth. Sure, the Sox have their ups and downs, but whether they are winning or losing, they always put on a great show. I learned something new about the Red Sox this year, though. They hold a summer camp for ballplayers ages 5-13 every summer. How did I not know about this before?
**Disclosure: Both of my boys attended Red Sox Camp at no charge in order to share our experiences with you. All opinions expressed here are strictly my own and were not influenced in any way.
I am happy to say that my boys recently had the opportunity to attend Red Sox Baseball Summer Camp.
The Red Sox Camps curriculum is highly organized based on age & ability and is infused with lots positive energy to get kids excited about baseball. Along with instruction, the camps include: