Youth Baseball

Youth Baseball for Tuesday, July 28th has been cancelled.  Make ups for both cancelled nights will be next week Tuesday, August 4th AND Thursday, August 6th.
Credit Union of Colorado Baseball Clinic
Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the Canon City Area Recreation District's baseball program is going to look a little different this year. 

The program will be a clinic style of season in which each age group will spend all season with the same group of kids. This allows us to offer the kids some baseball while following state guidelines. Clinics will be separated in groups of 25 and kept with the same league ages. (T-Ball, Rookies, Minors, Majors) The groupings will allow for kids to go through drills and eventually have inter-squad scrimmages. Registration includes a T-shirt upon completion of the clinic.   

The clinic is sponsored by Credit Union of Colorado.


June 8th - June 26th


Click on the links to register online.

Or Register in person at our office.

T-Ball  5 - 6 years of age

Rookie League  7 - 8 years of age

Minor League 9 - 10 years of age

Major League 11 - 13 years of age

***14 year olds are eligible to play if they are going into the 8th grade***

Dates: June 28th - July 30th Twice a week (T-Ball is once a week)


All sessions take place at Rouse Park

T-Ball:  Tuesday or Thursday

   Soccer/Football field at Rouse Park

Rookie: Tuesday and Thursday

              Field C at Rouse Park

Minors:  Tuesday and Thursday

               Field A at Rouse Park

Majors:  Tuesday and Thursday

               Field B at Rouse Park





T-Ball: Session 1 Tuesdays 5:30 - 6:30 pm

            Session 2 Thursdays 5:30 - 6:30 pm

All other:

           Session 1 Tues and Thursdays 4:30 - 6:00 pm

           Session 2 Tues and Thursdays 6:15 - 7:45 pm


T-Ball: $30 (In-District), $45 (Out-of-District)

Rookie: $40 (In-District), $55 (Out-of-District)

Major and Minor: $45 (In-District), $60 (Out-of-District)

Limited Spots Available!

All clinic groups are limited to 25 kids per group.

No exceptions (based on state guidelines).


All players must provide their own glove. Players are encouraged to bring their own helmet, bat and catchers gear if available.