Big League Camp
Big League Camp is a baseball and softball sports and lodging facility on Lake James, just outside Marion, North Carolina. The property is 193 acres with water access to Lake James and the Catawba River, featuring 15 log cabin rentals for individual rentals and facility attendees, in addition to the sports facilities. The purpose of Big League Camp is to provide a combination of outdoor activities with sport-specific training from college coaches, professional coaches, and Major League Baseball Scouts. The camp focuses on team interaction, team competition, and team building to foster well-rounded players that have a multitude of skills to enhance their contribution to their team.
Camp cabins are available for overnight, vacation get-aways! Some cabins are equipped with mini-kitchens, full bath, and outdoor deck. Others are comfortable bunk cabins with access to well appointed bath houses. Bring your kayak, there is lake access!
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