Summer Sports Camps
Check the summer program guide due out in May for a complete list of sports camps available for your child.
If you are someone looking to offer a sports camp in the summer, please contact the Office of Sports, Community & Well-Being at (410) 535-1600 ext. 2227 or 2229 or email us at email@example.com.
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.
Outdoor Pickle Ball courts can be found at Dunkirk District Park courts #3 and #4 (four courts), Mt. Hope Community Center (one court), Hallowing Point Park courts #1 and #2 (four courts), Cove Point Park courts #1 and #2 (four courts) and Solomons Town Center (one court). You’ll need to bring your own paddles and balls, but Pickle ball nets are at each court. You just have to move them into place and return them to the side once you’re done.
For court availability at our parks, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Each summer, the Office of Sports, Community & Well-Being looks forward to hosting the Annual Chesapeake Hills Golf Classic. This event is a great opportunity for everyone in the community to come out enjoy one of Southern Maryland’s most improved and picturesque golf courses. The event is a four person scramble and is a great opportunity to make new friends and renew old acquaintances. This year’s tournament will be held on Friday, September 30.with the net proceeds benefiting the CCPR Therman Gray Memorial Scholarship Fund. The fund benefits underprivileged families that would like to participate in CCPR programs.
Information on the tournament will appear in Parks & Recreation’s Summer Program brochure when it is mailed out in late April.
If you are interested in playing or being a sponsor, please contact the Office of Sports, Community & Well-Being at (410) 535-1600 ext. 2227 or 2229 or send an email us at email@example.com.
We look forward to another summer of fun with our Youth Kickball League. Look for information in Parks & Recreation’s Spring Program brochure due out at the end of February on how to register.
Youth kickball is for students that will be in Kindergarten through 8th grade in the Fall of 2022. Grade divisions are K-1, 2-3, 4-5 and 6-8. it’s a great way for boys and girls to stay active, play with their friends and share some great summer memories. Our Youth Kickball is an activity that is free from the pressure of winning and losing. We emphasize fun and participation. You will want to register your child in the area that they will go to school (Northern, Central, or Southern).
Volunteer coaches are also needed! Without them, we couldn’t offer such a valuable program. If you would like more information on what coaching involves, please call us at (410) 535-1600 ext. 2227 or 2229 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join CCPR for tennis lessons at Dunkirk District Park and Hallowing Point Park. 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 email@example.com.
Public tennis courts can be found at Dunkirk District Park, Hallowing Point Park and Cove Point Park.