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Caņon City Area Recreation & Park District

Youth Sports

Dog Park
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Youth Sports
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Youth Sports programs are offered throughout the year. Check under the sport below for more information.
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Participant Code of Conduct

Check out our Youth Sports programs below!

Sports Camps








Track & Field

Tennis Lessons

Free Youth Sports Coaching Clinics

Dancing For Shorties

Scholorships are available for all Recreation District Programs!

The Recreation District's Youth Sports Philosophy is based on the following concepts:
  1. Allow all youth an opportunity to participate
  2. Allow the participants a chance to have fun
  3. Promote self-esteem through the education of sports skills
  4. Have participants develop an understanding of the game
  5. Help develop the participants both mentally and physically
  6. Ensure the safety of all team members
  7. Provide an environment in which the participant will learn sportsmanship and friendship.

Attention Volunteer Coaches: We need your HELP!
Volunteer coaches make Recreation District programs possible. Experience is not necessary. We are more than happy to provide assistance and training for you. Get involved, make a difference, and enjoy this rewarding experience. This is your chance to make a difference in the life of a child! Contact the Recreation District for more information.

The Recreation District Seeks Sponsors
The Recreation District seeks sponsors for its Youth Baseball and Football teams. A team fee of $125 provides the business with advertising and exposure of its name and logo while supporting the community's youth activities. Contact the Recreation District for more information.