NAFA 2020 Softball Summer Camp
This year we are excited to offer teams the opportunity to attend a NAFA Summer Camp. These camps are designed to meet the requirements of the State of Oregon Health Authority Summer Camp Guidelines, and as such, will operate under those protocols.
Step One: Coaches must read the NAFA Back to The Fields Guideline packet.
Step Two: Coaches must e-sign their Coach Camp Agreement.**
Step Three: Register and pay for a NAFA Camp Session.
Step Four: Have each player/parent sign the NAFA COVID-19 WAIVER.
Step Five: Complete the Required Camper Information Form for every Camp session.
What Is NAFA Summer Camp?
Camp sessions are 90 min. long.
Mon - Sun offerings at Crater AND Jaquith fields, 5/21-6/4 (currently).
Coaches may run drills, utilize the field however they determine while maintaining a staple of TEN campers/players, while a second Coach may run drills with up to FIVE campers/players in a different outfield location.
NO SPECTATORS ARE ALLOWED.
Parents must drop off/pick-up their camper/player in the parking lot.
Campers MUST observe current PHASE 1 social distancing guidelines:
Each 90 min. Camp Session is $120.00 (Current credits with NAFA can be used to pay for a Camp session. For a team of 10 campers/players, this works out to be $12 each session.)
** As is standard practice, all Coaches must have had their NAFA background check completed to participate in any NAFA event.
Camp at A Glance:
NAFA Softball Camp is 90 min, offered at:
CRATER Fields 1-4: May 21st - May 31st.
JAQUITH Fields 1 & 2 : May 21st - June 4th
COST: $120 per session
(this works out to be $12 per kid)
Documents to Download
Please contact Elle Zober
503-929-4314 (text or call)
NAFA understands the passion and desire to get back on the fields, however, until there is a vaccine, cure, or treatment found for COVID-19, we strongly recommend that players, coaches and all spectators adhere to the guidelines and safety precautions presented. The information and guidelines are not meant to replace those given, at any time, by the CDC or other governing bodies, nor should they replace any professional medical advice, or opinions. NAFA does not assume any liability or responsibility for the recommendations herein. Further, NAFA does not assume any liability or responsibility for the health or safety, specifically in regards to the contraction of COVID-19 or any medical issues related to the contraction of COVID-19, by any player, coach, spectator or staff who choose to participate in a NAFA event. Members of the community who have been determined by the CDC, or their medical professional, to be ‘high-risk’ should continue to shelter in place and not participate in attending a NAFA event during this time.