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A comprehensive resource guide including a list of camp experiences, from sports to academic to religious, in the Baltimore area.
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Camp Guide

A comprehensive resource guide including a list of camp experiences, from sports to academic to religious, in the Baltimore area.

Mast Tennis Academy

4701 N Charles St, Baltimore, MD 21210
410-510-7199
Age | 10-18 | 5-10 | 0-5
Gender | Coed
Type | Sports
Location | Baltimore City | Baltimore County

The Mast Tennis Academy offers summer programs June to August throughout the Baltimore region with locations at Garrison Forest, John Carroll School, and Loyola University, among others. Programs are designed for beginners to tournament players, coed aged 4-16, and are taught by college graduates and varsity players overseen by founder David Mast. Mast, who was ranked among the top 25 amateur players in the U.S. and has a degree in psychology from UMBC, believes that sports—specifically tennis—can increase a child’s self-esteem. Each day’s schedule includes drills, races, tennis matches, and a break for lunch. Each Friday is a pizza party and awards ceremony. $215 per week, half day 9 a.m.-12 p.m.; $340 per week, full day 9 a.m.-3 p.m.

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