If you are looking for the perfect place to have fun and improve your baseball skills this summer, look no further than the 2013 lineup of Mansfield University Baseball Camps.

The upcoming Mountaineer Day Camp June 17-20 is becoming one of the more popular sessions offering four days of quality instruction with emphasis on player development and hitting. Highlights include skill competitions, live hitting in batting cages, lunch in Manser Hall, swimming and games each day. Camp sessions are held at Joseph Shaute Field, the home of the Mansfield University baseball program. The facility is one of the best college ballparks in the northeast featuring extensive batting cages and practice mounds. Day Camp has five age divisions and provides campers with a whole day of baseball before returning to their home each afternoon.

The Future Mountie Camp is another specialty camp designed for boys and girls ages 5-7. The camp is intended for players who are in T-ball, instructional leagues or just starting out to play the game of baseball. Camp runs from June 17-20 from 9 a.m. to noon.

Entering their 27th year, the Harry Hillson's Mansfield University Baseball Camps have been recognized as some of the finest instructional camps in the country. Over that span, thousands of youngsters have spent part of their summer learning and improving their baseball skills.

For more information or to register for camp contact Harry Hillson at (570) 404-2632. You can view information, print an application and register for all sessions of camp on the internet at www.GoMounties.com and clicking on baseball.

Mansfield University lineup of baseball camps:

The Day Camp will be held June 17-20. This camp is for ages 7-18 and the cost is $115.

The Junior Mountie Camp will be held June 17-20 for ages 5-7 and the cost is $60.

The Individual Camp will be held July 14-18 for ages 7-18, the cost for overnight stay is $280 and the cost for commuters is $165.

The Elite Weekend Camps will be held July 12-14 for ages 7-18, the cost for overnight stay is $190 and the cost for commuters is $125.

The Father/Son Camp will be held July 12-14 for ages 8-14, the cost for overnight stay is $315 and the cost for commuters is $200.