2021 Summer Sports Registration

Registration for youth summer sports runs March 1-31. Register online or over the phone by calling any recreation center. Registration will open on March 1. 

Register early and SAVE BIG with the Early Bird Discount!

  • March 1 = 25% off
  • March  2 = 20% off
  • March 3-5 = 10% off

NEW! For the Summer 2021 season, Saint Paul Parks & Recreation will be partnering with the Minnesota Twins to waive certain summer sport fees. The following offerings will be free for all those registered participants: Baseball for 10U, 12U, and 15U age groups, Softball for 10U, 12U, and 14U age groups (slow pitch and fast pitch), and Machine Pitch for 8U. The Minnesota Twins are committed to grow an interest and participation in Minnesota's youth leagues and create opportunities for youth to learn the sport in a fun and safe environment. 

How registration works: In-house sports registrations for age groups 8U and younger will be registered by service area. A list of the recreation centers in each service area is listed below.  Municipal sports for age groups 10U and older are still registered by individual recreation center. You may register for any service area or recreation center activity regardless of your home address.

Northwest service area: Frogtown, Hancock, Langford Park, McDonough, Northwest Como, North Dale, Rice, West Minnehaha
Northeast service area: Arlington Hills, Battle Creek, Dayton's Bluff, Duluth & Case, Hazel Park, Hayden Heights, Highwood Hills, Phalen, Wilder
South service area: Edgcumbe, El Rio Vista, Groveland, Highland Park, Jimmy Lee/Oxford, Linwood, Martin Luther King, Merriam Park, Palace

Register online:

T-ball & Machine Pitch

4U Co-ed T-ball 6U Co-ed T-ball 8U Co-ed Machine Pitch


10U Slowpitch 12U Slowpitch 12U Fastpitch 14U Fastpitch 18U Fastpitch


10U Baseball 12U Baseball 15U Baseball 18U Baseball


7U Co-ed Lacrosse 9U Girls Lacrosse 9U Boys Lacrosse 11U Girls Lacrosse 11U Boys Lacrosse

Participants may register on the sports team which aligns with their gender identity. Participants who do not identify as male or female may register on the sports team of their choice.
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Programs offered may require modifications based on future guidance from the MSHSL and Minnesota Department of Health. Possible modifications may include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Spectators may be limited to one parent/guardian per player or barred all together.
  • Program sites may be asked to combine, and/or take place at a different time and location.
  • Masks may be mandatory for all coaches, participants, and spectators. 

Communication regarding changes will be communicated in advance of the program start date.

Parks and Rec COVID-19 Updates
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Additional Information

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Last Edited: February 26, 2021