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Note: Scroll to the bottom for information about the PCAA fields at Britton Road and Hefner Parkway. 

Our youth recreation programs allow children from all backgrounds to learn and develop fundamental athletic skills in a supportive and non-competitive environment. 

To learn more and register, please select the program you are interested in and you will be directed to the registration page for more details. 

Youth Sports Programs

League Differences

View the League Differences to compare the differences and responsibilities between a youth competitive league and a recreational level league. 

Volunteer Coaching

Oklahoma City Parks & Recreation Department relies on volunteer coaches to provide participants with a positive, learning, sports environment. Interested in volunteering? Learn more.

PCAA

The land at Britton Road and Hefner Parkway used by the PCAA is owned by the Oklahoma City Water Utilities Trust. Because the land is used for youth baseball programming, the Parks and Recreation Department has been managing the contract for several years.

In reviewing the contact, we have identified multiple areas where the PCAA management has failed to comply with the terms and conditions of the lease. We have agreed to extend the lease through December 2019 and work with the PCAA to develop a corrective action plan accordingly.

If the PCAA is unable to comply, or chooses to go in another direction, the Parks and Recreation Department stands ready to provide high quality youth sports at the same location. There has been some miscommunication regarding the capability of the Parks and Recreation Department to provide quality youth athletics. We have a former professional baseball player on staff leading youth baseball and softball programs within our Recreation Division. We also have the support and sponsorship of the OKC Dodgers organization to provide youth baseball programs.

If we are given the opportunity to operate this facility, we will gladly meet with the parents of the current leagues to discuss how to expand and enhance our youth sports in this portion of Oklahoma City.