- Girls Lacrosse
- Boys Lacrosse
- Adult Pickleball
- Youth Softball/Baseball
- Women's Softball League
- Pickleball Tournament
Girls Spring Lacrosse will now be run by local Youth Sports Providers. Below are the clubs that will be providing Girls Lacrosse this spring:
Beach Buccaneers (Northern Area) www.beachbuccaneers.org
Huntingtown Hurricanes (Central Area) www.feelthesting.com
Solomons Steelers (Southern Area) www.solomonssteelers.org
Registration runs through early February. Visit these websites for more information!
Baseball, Softball, Lacrosse, T-Ball and Soccer are independently organized by all-volunteer youth organizations.
Please check the websites of each youth organization below for additional information and special events. The following is a list of the organizations that offer spring sports for children in Calvert County.
Join CCPR for tennis lessons at Dunkirk District Park and Cove Point Parks. Our instructors are certified teaching professional who enjoy working with individuals and groups. CCPR tennis lesson goals are to enhance fundamentals and to create a fun and supportive environment that will encourage participants to play and enjoy the game for life. For information on current lessons and events, please check us out online or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tennis courts are available at this time for reservations. Courts can be found at Dunkirk District Park, Hallowing Point Park and Cove Point Park. You may reserve a court for a nominal fee by emailing us at email@example.com or calling us at 410-535-1600, ext. 2649. We ask that all players utilizing our courts to please adhere to social distancing guidelines.
Please check back for information regarding volleyball. If you have an interest in becoming a CCPR Youth Volleyball Instructor, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We would dearly love to hear from you and get this exciting program back in gear.
Join CCPR for one of the fastest growing sports in the Country. Pickle Ball combines the fun and excitement of tennis, racquetball and ping pong into a small court for two or four players. Pickle Ball is easy to learn and fun. Meet new friends and add Pickle Ball to your active lifestyle today.
Lessons and clinics are held throughout the Spring, Summer and Fall. Registration information can be obtained online or email us at email@example.com. We also offer a spring and fall league for competitive players.
Outdoor Pickle Ball courts can be found at Dunkirk District Park courts #1 and #2, Mt. Hope Community Center (one court), Hallowing Point Park courts #1 and #2, Cove Point Park courts #1 and #2, and Solomons Town Center (one court). You’ll need to bring your own paddles and balls, but Pickle ball nets are available at each court. You just have to move them into place and return them to the side once you’re done.
To reserve a court for a nominal fee at our parks, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 410-535-1600, x2649. We ask that all players utilizing our courts to please adhere to social distancing guidelines during your time on the court.
Baseball, Softball, and T-Ball are independently organized by all-volunteer youth organizations.
Please check the websites of each youth organization below for additional information and special events. The following is a list of the organizations that offer spring sports for children in Calvert County. Registration for these organizations typically run from January through the end of February.
Soccer is independently organized by all-volunteer youth organizations.
Please check the websites of each youth organization below for additional information and special events. The following is a list of the organizations that offer spring soccer for children in Calvert County.
Calvert County Parks and Recreation offers a Women’s Softball League for ladies ages 16 and up. For the 2021 spring season, we are currently accepting team applications through Friday, May 7th. Fees for the 2021 league will be $400.00 per team and must be paid at the time of team registration. Team fees are used for the following: Round robin regular season schedule, game balls, scorebooks, a season-ending double elimination tournament, and team trophies for the 1st and 2nd place finishers.
To register, download the team roster and fill it out completely and return to the Sports Office along with a check for $400.00 made payable to: Calvert County Parks and Recreation. Checks can be mailed to: Calvert County Parks and Recreation, Attn: SCWB, 175 Main Street, Prince Frederick, MD 20678.
League play will start the week of May 17th with all games being played on Thursday evenings at either Hallowing Point Park or Dunkirk District Park.
CCPR is hosting its inaugural pickleball tournament on May 1-2 at Hallowing Point Park benefitting the CCPR Therman Gray Scholarship Fund. The scholarship fund helps those who wish to participate in Parks & Recreation programs but lack the funds to do so. The tournament will be run by CCPR and our pickleball instructors Eric White and Robin Martin. The cost of playing one day is $60. The cost of playing both days is $75. All players participating must register no later than April 16th. The tournament will consist of women's doubles and men's doubles Saturday and mixed doubles on Sunday. Bring on the competition!
Please click on this link, https://webtrac.co.cal.md.us/wbwsc/webtrac.wsc/splash.html to register or call 410.535.1600 ext2227.