Catch a foul ball, get that prized autograph during batting practice, and sit in the dugout on a behind-the-scenes stadium tour. That’s just the start of this ultimate baseball fantasy tour across the USA. Take in 11 exciting games at Major League Ballparks on this summer teen tour. It truly is the ultimate baseball road trip!
About This Program
What It's Like
An adrenaline-filled trip with the coolest activities, picture-perfect landmarks and a close group bond.
For the MLB superfan, this program visits games and stadiums across the East and Midwest.
Includes breakfast and dinner daily.
Includes all recreation & activities listed.
Chartered deluxe, air conditioned motor coach with a professional driver, and flight to New York.
Varies from 22 to 38 participants.
• Get your favorite player’s autograph during batting practice.
• Sit in the dugout on the behind-the-scenes stadium tours.
• Tour the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
• Enjoy your favorite stadium snacks with the best views.
• Bring your own glove to snag a foul ball if it comes your way!
• Explore the Babe Ruth Museum and Western Penn Sports Museum at the Heinz History Center.
• Ride all 18 roller coasters at Cedar Point Amusement Park.
11 World Class Stadiums
Nationals Park, Washington Nationals
Citizens Bank Park, Philadelphia Phillies
Citi Field, New York Mets
PNC Park, Pittsburgh Pirates
Comerica Park, Detroit Tigers
Great American Ball Park, Cincinnati Reds
Guaranteed Rate Field, Chicago White Sox
American Family Field, Milwaukee Brewers
Wrigley Field, Chicago Cubs
Progressive Field, Cleveland Indians
Yankee Stadium, New York Yankees
This trip begins in Washington D.C. with some of our favorite icebreakers and “get to know you” activities.
After getting to know your group, head to your first ball game at Nationals Park - Pittsburgh Pirates vs. Washington Nationals. You will also get to visit Baltimore’s Inner Harbor, explore the Babe Ruth Museum and tour the Washington Monuments.
Here you’ll visit the Reading Terminal Market, the Liberty Bell, Independence Hall, as well as experience the thrill of Six Flags Great Adventure. Your stay in Philadelphia would be incomplete without a game in Citizens Bank Park to see the Atlanta Braves vs. Philadelphia Phillies.
Some can argue there is no better baseball town than New York City! Experience the passion of New York fans as you watch the Texas Rangers vs. New York Mets at Citi Field.
Relive Pittsburgh’s greatest sports moments and learn about the city’s iconic athletes at the Heinz Sports Museum. Enjoy the Milwaukee Brewers vs. Pittsburgh Pirates at PNC Park.
Watch Cleveland Guardians vs. Detroit Tigers at Comerica Park. Visit State Street in Ann Arbor and stroll through the campus of the University of Michigan, with a stop at the iconic “Big House”.
Experience the Great American Ballpark on the banks of the Ohio River, including the Reds Hall of Fame and Museum.
Take in a game at all three Chicago area stadiums! Detroit Tigers vs. Chicago White Sox at Guaranteed Rate Field, Pittsburgh Pirates vs. Milwaukee Brewers at American Family Field and last,but certainly not least, Baltimore Orioles vs. Chicago Cubs at the historic Wrigley Field. Take a ride on a SeaDog Jetboat, visit Navy Pier and see the views from atop the Willis Tower.
See other athletic all-stars at the Football Hall of Fame. Do you dare ride the rollercoasters at world-class amusement park, Cedar Point? Enjoy an evening at the ballpark watching the Detroit Tigers vs. Cleveland Guardians at Progressive Field.
There is no better way to end this fantasy road trip than at the Yankee Stadium watching the Subway Series Boston Red Sox vs. New York Yankees.
Say farewell to your new friends as you part ways for your return home. The summer might be over, but all the memories you’ve made will last a lifetime!
The Crowne Plaza - Greenbelt is newly renovated and a short drive to Nationals Park and Downtown DC. Amenities include free Wi-Fi and a fitness center.
The spacious rooms at the SpringHill Suites Mt-Laurel-Cherry Hill are the perfect place to relax after your busy days spent in Philly. This hotel has an indoor pool and outdoor patio with a fire pit.
The Hyatt Place Detroit hotel provides comfort and rooms loaded with useful amenities like a 42-inch flat screen HDTV, free WIFI and their signature Hyatt Plug Panel™ media center! The hotel also has a well-equipped gym and indoor pool.
After you're done cheering for the White Sox at Guaranteed Rate Park, return to the beautiful SpringHill Suites - Elmhurst hotel and swim in their indoor heated pool or exercise in the fitness center.
After Cleveland Indians baseball, the Football Hall of Fame in Canton and the nation’s top amusement park-Cedar Point, enjoy great comfort at the Hyatt Place Cleveland/Independence and watch all those great game highlights on a 42″ flat panel HDTV.
Start in Washington, D.C.
You may fly to Washington D.C. within our designated arrival times to be greeted by our staff or participants may choose from transport by motor-coach from New York. For those requiring it, we are happy to assist you with arranging flights to Washington D.C.
Return Flight Home from New York
Please check with us on times for airport transfers before purchasing flights. Our leaders help you to check-in and remain at the airport until flights within designated times have departed.
Food and Meals
Eating well while away from home is an important part of a summer’s success. We understand how it helps our travelers feel secure, happy and looking forward to their day. Whether enjoying a Lobel’s steak sandwich in New York or Slider Dogs at Progressive Field, a definite highlight for fanatics has been sampling the best of each ballpark’s cuisine. Breakfasts are usually served buffet style at your hotels. When you are at night games, you will dine at the ballpark. On other days, you will enjoy family-style meals and open menu orders at a variety of restaurants. For lunches, on days with afternoon games, we enjoy ballpark food. On touring or travel days, you will have the option to choose from a variety of restaurants in popular areas or while traveling to our next destination.
We have satisfied the choosiest of eaters and gladly accommodate most special dietary requests including vegetarian, anaphylactic food allergies, lactose intolerance, celiac disease, and kosher style. We welcome discussing your individual requirements with you and have extensive experience in this area.
The itinerary for this program may change pending the 2022 MLB final schedule.
You will only need to bring one week’s worth of clothing as outlined in the packing list that will be sent to you prior to departure. We visit local laundromats weekly and we will supply the detergent and dryer sheets. Don’t worry if you’ve never done laundry before, we’ll show you the ropes. Parents, we know the thought of your children doing laundry is making you smile!
Included in your program tuition is all lodging, breakfast and dinner daily, recreation & entertainment listed, airport transfers in designated times, internal flight from Cleveland to New York, gratuities & taxes.
Not included is transportation to and from the program, lunches, snacks, personal spending money for souvenirs, and laundry. We also make available optional travel insurance that is not included, but highly recommended.
Please contact us with any questions. We are happy to hear from you!
Frequently Asked Questions
Do you separate different age groups?
It depends on the program, so it’s always best to contact us. On some programs, we assign a specific departure date by age group to create the best possible social dynamics. For example, if grades 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11 are listed on a program, note they will not all be traveling together on the same departure.
To find the programs with exclusive age-specific departures, look for tags saying “middle school” for students completing 7th and 8th grades, or “ON TOUR” for students completing 11th and 12th grades.
Who are the staff and what are their qualifications?
Our staff are educators, guidance counselors, coaches, college and university students, former camp counselors, residence life coordinators, community volunteers, world travelers, and other leaders with diverse backgrounds. Many are former participants themselves who couldn’t get enough of the Westcoast experience! Learn more about our summer leaders.
What is the difference between an Active Teen Tour and a Global Adventure program?
Our Active Teen Tours offer larger group sizes (generally 35-48 participants) and travel in deluxe motor coaches. Accommodations include quality hotels and fun college residences.
Global Adventures are smaller group experiences (generally up to 26 participants). Groups travel by private motor coaches and occasional public transportation internationally, and use passenger vans in the USA. While these programs have a slightly bigger focus on adventure travel, we stay in quality hotels and lodges, always ensuring a good night’s rest.