• What is the cost for Camp?

    All Sports Camp

    $175 for the entire week*

    Baseball/Softball Camp

    $275 for the entire week*

    Billy Kovatch Hitting Camp

    $200 for the entire week*

    Advanced Skills Training for Baseball

    $320 for the entire week*

    *registration fee may apply.

  • How do I register for Camp?

    Camp registration is done online. Please visit the link below to register for one or more camps. During registration, you will have an option to add on early drop-off. Register Here

  • What are the Camp Hours?

    All Sports Camp

    Monday – Friday 9am-3pm

    Baseball/Softball Camp

    Monday – Thursday 9am-3pm

    Friday 9am-12pm

    Billy Kovatch Hitting Camp

    Monday – Friday 9am-12pm

    **Campers have the option to join All Sports Camp from 12pm-3pm for an additional fee.**

    Advanced Skills Training for Baseball

    Monday – Friday 9am-3pm

    Early Drop-Off & Late Pickup

    We are currently only offering Early Drop-Off.

    Early Drop-off: 7:30 am – 9:00 am

  • Do you offer extended care?

    We are currently only offering early drop-off. Late Pick-Up has not been used by many people for the last couple of years.

    You may add on early drop-off as a “session options” to each individual camp. Early drop off is from 7:30am-9am. It is important to note that any camper dropped off before 8:45 am will be charged for early drop off and all campers remaining 15 minutes after the scheduled end time of camp will be subject to a fee. On camp days that end at 12pm, you have the option to add extra care, please see “session options” when registering for camp.


    Early Drop-off: 7:30 am – 9:00 am – $10/Day

  • Is there a single day option for camp?


  • What is the age limit for Camp?

    All Sports Camp & Baseball/Softball Camp

    Both camps are open to campers between the ages of 6-13 based on the first day of the camp. As long as a camper turns 6 before camp starts or is under 14, you will be able to register them.

    Billy Kovatch Hitting Camp

    We hold two Billy Kovatch Hitting Camps. One is for campers ages 9-13 and the other is for campers ages 7-10. You will only be able to register for the Hitting Camp that your child is eligible for based on the first day of the camp. If your child is 9, you can choose which camp you attend or you can attend both.

  • Where are your camps held & where is check-in/pick-up?

    Camps are held at Wingate Park, home of the Jax Beach Baseball Association. The physical address is 361 Penman Road South, Jacksonville Beach, FL 32250. On the first day of camp, please check your camper in right behind the bathrooms at the front of the baseball park. For 2024, the Advanced Baseball Camp location is TO BE DETERMINED but will be in Jacksonville Beach, FL.

    For pick-up, please form a line in the parking lot facing North (towards the football fields). We will radio for your camper and have them brought out to you.

  • Are campers outside all day?

    We believe in outdoor play! The best place to play sports, run around and let kids be kids is outdoors. However, campers are given ample amount of time under cover, in the shade and plenty of water breaks to stay cool. We have a large covered area with industrial fans. There is a building with AC, should campers need to go inside. Please note, in the later part of the day, we play water games.

  • What do you do if it rains?

    In the event of rain, campers are moved inside our pavilion and out of harms way. We have movies, cards and games to keep campers entertained. You will not need to pick your camper up early. At the end of camp, we will be waiting by Wingate Park bathrooms to radio for your camper and have them brought to you.

  • Do campers need to bring lunch?

    Campers must bring a lunch to All-Sports Camp & Baseball/Softball Camp. Keep in mind Friday is a half day for Baseball/Softball camp, so they will not need lunch on this day unless they are staying for extended day. Campers that are staying from Billy Kovatch Hitting Camp for All-Sports Camp will also need to bring a lunch. You will also want to provide your child with snacks if they are staying for after care. The only thing provided by Iron Diamond Sports is water.

  • What is a typical camp day like?

    All-Sports Camp

    • Check In
    • Morning Relays to Warm-up
    • Water Break
    • Rest & Divide Into Groups
    • Team Sports (2 Sports/Games)
    • Water Break
    • Switch Sports (2 Sports/Games)
    • Water Break
    • Kick Ball or Wiffle Ball Game
    • LUNCH
    • Supervised Free Play
    • Water Break
    • Water Games & Activities
    • Check Out

    Baseball/Softball Camp & Billy Kovatch Hitting Camp

    • Both of these camps are organized into small age/skill appropriate groups and have a higher camper to coach ratio. Camp days are divided into different skill stations. Water Breaks are taken frequently. Scrimmage games and hitting contest will happen throughout camp.
  • Who are the camp instructors?

    Coach Billy and Coach Mady lead an exciting, high energy staff of coaches/instructors and junior counselors.  Coach Billy has a very selective process in which he chooses coaches, instructors and junior counselors.  In most instances, these coaches and junior coaches have been previous clients/students or campers under his guidance.  Iron Diamond Sports staff is excited for another camp season!

  • What is the cancellation policy and can I switch weeks?

    All sales are final. In order to plan instructors, t-shirts, camp prizes, etc we count you in as soon as you register for camp. You will not receive a refund, even if you are unable to attend camp. If you need to change weeks, you may self cancel online in your active account, up until 10 days prior to camp. You will be charged a $25 fee for doing so. A credit will be placed on your account for you to register for a different week (pending availability). If you need to switch weeks within 10 days of camp, please email IronDiamondSports@hotmail.com and a decision will be made on a case by case basis. Any money paid for Iron Diamond Sports camps cannot be transferred to private lessons.