Youth Sports Programs


With the release of Clay County Public Health Center’s (CCPHC) Amended Emergency Order, Liberty Parks & Rec (LPR) has made the difficult decision to cancel the upcoming leagues for youth basketball and adult basketball and volleyball

LPR values the health and safety of all participants and spectators and want to do our part to help slow the spread of COVID-19.  With concerns and restrictions in place regarding gatherings, occupancy and the requirement for masks, we would be unable to fully provide the experience that LPR strives for and our customers expect.

LPR staff are currently working on additional programming that will allow us to safely provide other recreational opportunities this winter. Staff will continue to evaluate the situation, and at this time, plan to provide leagues in the spring.

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  1. Spring
  2. Summer
  3. Fall
  4. Winter
  5. Year Round


  • Recreational Leagues
    • Boys and girls ages 5-14
    • 8 game schedule starting in March
  • Sporting Stripes
    • Boys and girls ages 2-6
    • 6 weeks of training starting in March
    • Learn More »


  • A, AA, AAA, Major and Recreational Leagues
    • Boys ages 6-16
    • Competitive divisions are 10 games and recreational are 8 games starting in April
    • Learn More »


  • Intro to Competitive and Recreational Leagues
    • Girls ages 6-14
    • Intro is a 10 game season and recreational is 8 games starting in April
    • Learn More »


  • Recreational T-Ball
    • Boys and girls ages 4-6
    • 6 game schedule on Friday nights starting in April
  • Tiny Tot T-Ball
    • Boys and girls ages 3-5
    • 4 week instructional clinics starting in April
    • 2 sessions available
    • Learn More »


  • Recreational League
    • Boys and girls in 3rd-8th Grade
    • 8 game schedule on Saturdays starting in April
    • Learn More »

Volunteer Coaching

Liberty Parks & Rec Youth Sports relies on volunteer coaches to provide participants with a positive, learning sports environment. Interested in volunteering? Learn More»

Scholarship Program

If you need any assistance to participate in a sports program, please check out the Liberty Parks & Rec Foundation (LPRF) Scholarship Programs.  These scholarships can make LPR programs and activities more accessible by partially covering the cost of current registration fees for youth who qualify. LPRF Scholarship Program »