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Pioneer Federal / Sockeyes Youth Baseball Camps at Wolfe Field in Caldwell, ID

Pioneer Federal / Sockeyes Kid’s Baseball Camps

Get ready to hit a home run at the Pioneer Federal / Sockeyes Kid’s Baseball Camps! This in-person event is perfect for kids who want to learn the fundamentals of baseball or improve their skills from some of the top coaches and players in the state.

Our experienced coaches, who combine over 50 years experience of coaching and instruction at the highest levels of baseball, will provide each camper with an excellent opportunity to learn the fundamentals of the game. On top of 3 hours of expert instruction, each camper will receive a camp t-shirt, small snack, and two vouchers for any home game of the Sockeyes.

We will be running youth camps during the Sockeyes season with dates to be announced soon for the 2024 summer. Camps run from 9:00 AM until 12:00 PM for ages 6 and older. We’ll be located at 2420 Griffths Parkway, Caldwell, ID 83605. Check-in starts at 8:15 am for each camp.

Don’t miss out on this fun and exciting opportunity to play America’s favorite pastime with other young athletes. We will add a registration link as soon as the dates are finalized.

Click the “Next” button below to enter your player’s details and register for camp.

We are proud to call Wolfe Field "Home"!

  Wolfe Field was created in honor of Duane Wolfe. It is the first baseball field in the state of Idaho that has an artificial turf infield. Since the construction of the stadium, Wolfe Field has become one of the premier venues to watch baseball in the Gem State.

In 2015, a seating bowl was added that can seat up to 1,000 fans. These individual seat backs are grandstand-type seats that you would have the luxury to sit in at a major league stadium. Its a $2.4 million dollar field, that the City of Caldwell is proud to have.

In 2018, they continued to add to the stadium when they put in the courtyard, concession stand, press box, restrooms on both sides and a coaches office. Trains can travel just past center field. It has that true small-town feel.