Youth Sports

Manhattan Parks & Recreation offers a variety of youth sports throughout the year. Online registration is available for all activities.

Homeschool P.E.


Homeschool P.E.
For youth ages 5-14. Program focuses on exercise, teamwork and developing skills. Register by Jan. 15.

MHS Sports Camps

MHS Soccer Camp 
For youth ages 4-6 and 7-14. Participants will work with the MHS soccer program to be introduced to soccer. Register by July 14. 

MHS Boys Basketball Camp 
For youth in grades 3-6. Learn fundamentals during this four-day camp. Register June 11

MHS Girls Basketball Camp
For youth in grades 3-7. Learn fundamentals during this four-day camp. Register June 19.

MHS Volleyball Camp
For youth who have completed grades 2-5. Learn fundamentals during this four-day camp. Register May 29. 

Soccer


British Soccer Camp
For youth ages 3-16. Many sessions available for individuals and teams.

MicroSoccer
For youth ages 4-7. An hour of fun practices, games and friendly competition. Learn the game, make friends and practice skills. Register by May 15.

Tiny Tykes Soccer
For youth ages 2-5. Exciting child development program delivered through soccer.

Wildcat League Soccer
For youth ages U8-U14. Teams formed outside Manhattan Parks and Recreation and are competitive in nature. Some teams may travel to other communities. Register by July 24.

Fall Soccer
For youth in grades K-8. Encourages youth children to be active and develop basic soccer skills. Register by August 14.

Summer Softball & Baseball


Youth Baseball
For youth in grades 1-12. Register by April 7.
Youth Softball
For youth in grades 1-12. Register by April 7.
T-Ball
For kindergarten-aged youth, boys and girls. Register by April 7.

Volleyball


Flint Hills Summer Volleyball
For youth in grades 7-12. Middle school, junior varsity and varsity leagues. Register by May 1.

Fall Volleyball
For youth in grades 4-6. Learn to serve the ball, proper footwork and how to bump, set, and spike. Register August 14.

Tennis 

Tennis Clinic
For ages 4-18. Allows children to be introduced to tennis and continue development through USTA Quick Start Tennis. Register May 13. 

​Flag Football

Fall Flag Football
For youth in grade 1-6. Learn basic skills in all aspects of flag football, including ball handling, basic plays, offense and defense. Register August 14. 

​Cheerleading

Fall Cheerleading
For youth in grades 1-6. Squads practice and cheer at flag football games. Register August 14.


Youth Boot Camp


Come out and be part of our physical activities and fun relays. Ages 8-14. Available 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. March 20 to 23 at the Douglass Community Center for $5.

Coach a Youth Sport


Youth sports relies heavily on the involvement of volunteer coaches. A National Youth Sports Coaching Association (NYSA) clinic will prepare you for this rewarding experience.