Youth Recreation

Youth Recreation

 park.clearfieldcity.org Online registration is available for most sports, classes and swim lessons. You can find more information and details about our programs and register on our registration website park.clearfieldcity.org

Schedules and standings for all leagues can be found at www.quickscores.com.

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Volunteer Coaches

We are always looking for volunteer coaches for our youth leagues and fishing club. If you are interested in volunteering your time, skills, and knowledge, please complete our volunteer application and background check forms. Bring your completed application to the Community Services office at 55 South State Street during regular business hours. The Clearfield police department will process your background check while you wait.

Clearfield Concussion Management Plan

Clearfield's Concussion Management Plan can be found here.

Financial Assistance

Clearfield City's policy is to encourage all children to participate in recreational programs. We specifically do not want financial circumstances to be a barrier to participation. Financial assistance may be available for Clearfield residents who qualify. Find more information by reviewing our policy here. The application can be downloaded here. Funds are limited and may not be available at all times.

 

 Arts & Theater Classes

We offer a variety of arts programs and camps. Check the arts & culture page for more information.

Baseball & Softball

  • Registration starts in March, and league play is May to June. A hat and shirt are supplied as part of the registration fee.

Coed T-ball or machine pitch is for boys and girls, kindergarten to 2nd grade, (ages 5 to 8). All ages are determined as of August 31. Special request fees for a coach or another player are applied. Games are played twice a week at Kiwanis Park.

Minor league is a draft league for boys in 3rd & 4th grade. This league is designed to introduce participants to fast pitch baseball. Games are played twice a week at Fisher Park.

Major league is a draft league for boys in 5th & 6th grade. This league will build on the skills learned in the minor league. Games are played twice a week at Fisher Park.

Pony league is a draft league for boys in 7th, 8th & 9th grade. We may combine with other cities to form a league, so some travel may be involved. Participants cannot be enrolled in high school. Games are played twice a week at Fisher Park.

Girls 3rd/4th grade softball is an instructional, draft league to introduce girls to the basics of softball. Girls will hit off of a pitching machine. We may combine with other cities to form a league, so some travel may be involved. Games are played twice a week, locations to be determined.

Girls 5th/6th grade softball is a fast pitch, draft league.  We may combine with other cities to form a league, so some travel may be involved. Games are played twice a week, locations to be determined.

Girls junior high softball is a recreation, draft league.  We may combine with other cities to form a league, so some travel may be involved. Games are played twice a week, locations to be determined.

Basketball, Youth Competition League

  • Spring registration starts in February, and league play starts in March.

This league is designed for boys and girls teams 5th-11th grade looking for a more competitive basketball league. Games will be played at Clearfield Aquatic & Fitness Center on Saturdays. We offer a standard and competitive division for 5th-8th grade and high school JV or Varsity. Eight games guaranteed. Teams must provide the players with reversible jerseys with a number and an adult coach.

Basketball, Jr. Jazz

  • Registration for Jr. Jazz starts in October, and league play is January-March.

Boys and girls, K-12, will play at locations throughout Clearfield. Each player will receive a game jersey and a Utah Jazz game ticket. Special request fees for a coach or another player are applied for non-drafted leagues only.

Co-ed kindergarten - Join our league for kindergartners and enjoy watching your son or daughter learn the game of basketball. This instructional league is designed to assist players to develop the basic skills necessary to play organized basketball. The focus is fun while learning the basic fundamentals.

Co-ed 1st/2nd grade - This is a co-ed league for 1st and 2nd grade boys and girls. This is an instructional  league designed to assist players who have never played and have little or no basic knowledge of the game.

Girls in 3rd through 9th grade will have one practice and one game per week. Girls' 5th/6th and Jr. High are draft leagues. These leagues may combine with other cities to form a league, so some travel may be involved.

Boys in 3rd grade will play in this instructional league which is designed to assist players to develop the basic skills necessary to play organized basketball. The focus is fun while learning the basic fundamentals.

Boys in 4th through 8th grade are drafted onto teams and will have a weekday practice and Saturday games.

Boys in 9th through 12th grade may sign up as a team or individually. Players are required to have an adult coach over the age of 18 that is not playing. Leagues have weekday practice and Saturday games.

Basketball Camp

  • Registration starts in June, and the camp is in July.

Clearfield City offers a basketball camp run by Northridge High's boys basketball team head coach. Camp includes small groups for individual work on fundamentals, scrimmages, souvenir pictures, swimming breaks, contests, prizes, t-shirts and much more. The camp is for boys and girls ages 7-15. The camp is held at the Clearfield Aquatic Center.

Camp Discovery

  • Registration starts in May, and the camp is June-August.

A fun, 8-week program for children 5-12 years old with park activities such as crafts, games, sports, and group activities. For an additional fee, enhancement classes are available to Camp Discovery participants who wish to learn and discover more about fun topics. Enhancement classes are offered daily during Camp Discovery hours. Transportation will be provided for off-site class locations.

Fishing Club

  • Registration starts in March, and the class is April-May.

Come learn the sport of fishing and how to be an ethical fisher at Steed Pond. In conjunction with the Division of Wildlife Resources, this six-week program will teach participants to catch some fish. We have equipment you can borrow or bring your own and enjoy an afternoon at the pond. Youth 12 & 13 years old must have a fishing license to participate (not included). Includes a free t-shirt. Parent participation is encouraged. We are always looking for fishing volunteers.

Football, Flag

  • Registration starts in July, and league play is September-October.

Boys and girls will play twice a week. We offer leagues for 1st/2nd, 3rd/4th, 5th/6th and 7th/8th/9th grade. We may combine with other cities to form a league, so some travel may be involved.

Football, WFFL Tackle

  • Registration is June 1-July 13, 2018, and league play is July-October.

Youth ages 7 to 15 years (a seven-year-old child must weigh at least 40 pounds to participate; child cannot be entering 10th grade) will practice 4 days a week and play games on Saturdays. Registration will only be taken in person at the Clearfield Aquatic Center. No late registrations will be accepted.

At the time of registration, players must provide a copy of their birth certificate, proof of medical insurance, proof of residency with a water bill or other document (must be a resident of Clearfield city or live on Hill Air Force Base), a signed parental/guardian consent, and a physical and health history signed by both the parent/guardian and examining physician (dated within the previous 6 months).

Golf Camp

  • Registration starts in May and the camp is in July.

PGA golf professionals will teach participants how to hit tee shots, iron shots, and putts. This four-day summer camp will be at Schneiter's Bluff of West Point. You can bring your own clubs or use the clubs at the course.

Golf Lessons

  • Registration starts in May, and lessons are in June-July.

PGA golf professionals will teach participants how to hit tee shots, iron shots, and putts. Lessons will be taught at Schneiter's Bluff of West Point. You can bring your own clubs or use the clubs at the course.

Peewee Start Smart

  • Registration starts in February for classes in March, April and May.
  • Registration starts in May for classes in June, July and August.
  • Registration starts in August for classes in September, October and November.
  • Registration starts in November for classes in January and February.

Classes are four (4) weeks and will prepare children, ages 3-5, for organized sports. We offer classes for all sports, baseball, basketball, football, and soccer. Children will learn basic motor skills in a fun, non-competitive environment.

Tennis Lessons

  • Registration starts in May, and lessons are in June.

Enjoy six, one-hour USTA lessons while learning the sport of tennis. Lessons are for youth 5 years and older, and we also offer lessons for adults. Lessons are at Clearfield High School tennis courts.

Tiny Tot Soccer

  • Spring registration starts in March, and league play is April-May.
  • Fall registration starts in August, and league play is September-October.

Boys and girls, ages 3-4, will play eight games. Teams will consist of six players, playing 3-on-3 with no goalie. Each participant will receive a soccer shirt. You will need to provide shin guards. There is a special request fee for a coach or another player.

Volleyball Camp

  • Registration starts in June, and the camp is in July.

This week-long summer camp for youth ages 9-15 will teach hitting and setting in small groups. Camp includes fundamentals, scrimmages, sportsmanship, swimming breaks, contests, prizes, t-shirts and much more. Lunch is not provided.

Volleyball Clinic

  • Registration starts in February, and the camp is in April.

This volleyball clinic for boys and girls in 3rd-9th grades will focus on skill development, game play and fun.