The Elmhurst Park District offers a variety of sports programs for all ages. Whether you're looking to refine an existing skill set or learn an entirely new sport, you're sure to find the perfect fit. We offer both formal and informal instructional programs, as well as drop-in activities.
COVID-19 Protocols: What to Bring
- FACE COVERING/MASK: All participants will need to bring and wear a face covering to class and when social distancing guidelines cannot be met. Participants will be expected to come to class with a mask on.
- WATER + WATER BOTTLES: Participants will need to bring their own water bottles. These should be reusable and clearly labeled with the participant’s name. Please bring plenty of water as water fountains will not be available.
Ultimate Sports Camp
A summer camp for ages 5-10, Ultimate Sports Camp emphasizes skill development and fundamental knowledge of various sports. In addition to the classics of soccer, baseball, and basketball, campers will have the chance to experience unique sports such as Ultimate Frisbee, Kickball, Lacrosse, Capture the Flag, and Wiffle Ball. Once participants acquire a basic skills foundation, we'll implement their learnings in small sided games. On the last day of camp, campers meet at The Hub at Berens Park for sand volleyball, mini golf and batting cages.
Biddy & Youth Sports
The Park District offers sports classes for ages 2-6, designed to teach the fundamentals of specific sports while also providing children the opportunity to participate with others in a structured environment. Classes are organized, run and staffed by the Elmhurst Park District utilizing the Start Smart curriculum created by the National Alliance of Youth Sports.
Family Open Gym
Get your game on during the winter! Come to Churchville Middle School 10:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. on select Sundays during the winter for free Family Open Gym. Program is for children 16 and under. Guardian must remain with children at all times, this is not a drop-off program.
The Elmhurst Park District takes safety very seriously. As with any active sport or recreation, injuries can take place. Please see the following information related to concussions.