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North Toronto Baseball Camp

North Toronto Baseball Camp

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505 Eglinton Ave W #509, Toronto, Ontario, M5N 1B1, Canada
(416) 619-1224 www.ntbaseballcamp.com
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Feb 23, 2015
I sent my son to NT Baseball Camp last summer and he loved it!!! It was such a supportive environment and he loved all the new friends he made. The coaches were responsible, knowledgeable and made him feel at home from the moment he arrived at Camp on Monday morning. I will definitely be signing him up again this summer!

Feb 23, 2015
My friend's children attended North Toronto Baseball camp three years ago and have been going back every summer since. The amazing staff, great facilities and terrific skill building activities are perfect for children of all skill-levels. NTBC is an amazing environment for children to keep active throughout the summer, make great friends and learn about the game of baseball!

Feb 22, 2015
I was a camper at NTBC for 4 years. I got to learn to love the game of baseball through fun games and activities led by counselors/coaches who not only had impressive baseball careers of their own but were highly experienced working with kids. They provide safe and welcoming environment to all kids regardless of their baseball experience. I could really tell that their first priorities were to make sure the kids are having fun and that they are safe. I really enjoyed the four years of my experience at NTBC and I wish I could go back to those summer days.

Feb 23, 2015
What sets North Toronto Baseball Camp apart is the quality of staff. Year after year, the coaches are friendly, hard working and create a fun atmosphere for the kids. They are great role models for all the campers!

Feb 23, 2015
I worked at NTBC for 3 summers. Amazing experience! The camp really cares about it's campers and is a great mix between instruction and pure fun for the kids.

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