All Clayton County Parks Facilities will delay opening until 10 AM on Wednesday, January 17, 2018 due to inclement weather.


Youth Softball


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Clayton County Parks and Recreation youth softball program is held at various parks throughout the county. The  Recreation Centers  will hold registration the week of March 5th-10 th. For more information regarding youth softball please contact your closest Athletic Park.

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Registration Info

v  Online registration for the Spring 2018 season will begin January 1st.

v  Walk-in registration dates are the week of  March 5th-10th   Monday through Saturday from 5pm-8pm. Saturday's hours are from 10am-4pm. 

v  Walk- in registration will be held at the Virginia Gray, Jim Huie, Carl Rhodenizer, and South Clayton Recreation Centers, and at Clayton County International Park (the Beach) Nassau Building.

v Ages 7 -14  $120 includes game uniform, team pictures, and a participation award.

vParticipants must provide their own bat and gloves.

vOut of county fee is $25.


Complete the registration process using one of two methods:

1.  Register on site at your selected recreation center during the week of March 5th-10th.   

2.  Register through

   Athletic Parks

Youth Softball is offered at the following Athletic Parks:

Rum Creek Park

Lovejoy Regional Park

Volunteer Softball Coaches needed


We are always looking for Volunteer Softball Coaches for the season. Click   HERE    if you are interested. You must be able to pass a criminal background check. Softball experience is encouraged but not required. All Coaches must go through the proper trainings in order to coach at team or assist. We will train you and give you everything you need to successfully manage a team.

Due to the additional liability of having unauthorized people or equipment on the field from this point forward PSU equipment umpires will be required to keep all coaches, players, and in the dugout or off the field of during live ball play. This translates to just the 9 defensive players, 2 base coaches, and the on deck batter being on the field during live ball play. The only exception to this will be when the rules of play dictate that a coach is allowed on the field to pitch for coach pitch games or a defensive coach for t-ball games.

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