It’s been a long winter and you are probably ready to get the kids out of the house! So if your little one is ready for spring ball, or your kiddo wants to try art camp for the first time, here is a list of youth sports and recreation opportunities across Northern Colorado. There is everything from Northern Colorado soccer to basketball and everything in between!
City of Fort Collins⎪Their youth and adult sports programs benefit thousands of community members per year. A wide variety of opportunities for all ages are available through Recreation’s Sports programs. Adults can get active and stay healthy by participating in sports like softball, volleyball, basketball and flag football. Kids can benefit from exercise and learn important social values by participating in sports such as basketball, football, wrestling, cross country, volleyball, and track. The diverse offerings, dedicated staff and excellent content make sports a valuable community resource.
City of Loveland Parks and Recreation⎪The City of Loveland Parks & Recreation Department is part of an elite group of park and recreation agencies across the country who have earned national accreditation through the Commission for Accreditation of Park and Recreation Agencies (CAPRA) and the National Recreation and Park Association (NRPA). They have programs for all ages.
Fort Collins Baseball Club⎪The Fort Collins Baseball Club inspires new generations to be part of the Great American Pastime. A group of parents started Little League here in 1961, with just 8 teams and no uniforms, equipment, or fields. Through the years, a dedicated baseball community has formed with the Fort Collins Baseball Club at its center. FCBC now has over 200 teams and more than 2,500 players, ages 4 to 24.
Fort Collins Soccer Club⎪ARSENAL Colorado has just finished up a highly successful fall season. They realize that with the current situation in our state and county that many parents were worried whether or not we, as a club, had instituted a safe environment for players, spectators, coaches and referees, but they have.
Fort Collins Soccer Club Recreational⎪The Recreational program provides a non-competitive environment for players to develop skills and an appreciation for the game of soccer. Emphasis is placed on FUN and fundamentals. It is available to interested players age 4 – 18.
Mighty Kicks Northern Colorado⎪Mighty Kicks is the premier introductory soccer program for children. Our unique Mobile Program is designed to build motor skills, life skills, self-confidence and basic soccer techniques. The proven methods and age-appropriate curriculum enhances each child’s learning experience while leaving a lasting impression.
Northern Colorado Sports Programs Guide⎪Comprehensive list of sports featured in Northern Colorado.
Rapids Soccer Fort Collins⎪Colorado Rapids Youth Soccer Club is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. Rapids Youth Soccer is Colorado’s premier youth soccer experience and the only club in Colorado to offer opportunities from three-years-old to professional, from beginner to Major League Soccer.
Rocky Mountain Fever Basketball Club⎪Rocky Mountain Youth Sports, parent organization to the Rocky Mountain Fever Basketball Club, founded in 2008, offers opportunities for boys and girls in grades three through eleven to play competitive basketball.
The Little Gym of Fort Collins/Timnath⎪At The Little Gym of Fort Collins/Timnath, they specialize in unique educational classes that revolve around active play.
Windsor Community Recreation Center⎪The Windsor Parks, Recreation & Culture Department is proud to offer an 80,000-square-foot Community Recreation Center. The Windsor Community Recreation Center features two gymnasiums, multiple fitness rooms, an indoor aquatic facility, as well as a variety of other state-of-the-art rooms and amenities.
Let me know in the comments if I missed your favorite place!