Anderson Park District offers recreational youth basketball and volleyball leagues for grades 3-6. Scholarship fund available for children to play in youth leagues.
Community Sports. A variety of sport opportunities are available for youth and adult residents within Anderson Township. Some are offered by the Anderson Park District while other sport needs are being filled by organizations in the Anderson area, most of which use the facilities owned and operated by the APD.
Anderson Parks RecPlex gym contains a full-size basketball court with spectator bleachers. The full-size court can also be divided into two short-courts, utilizing the gym’s six retractable backboards. The gym is also equipped for two volleyball courts or two tennis courts. The APD allows public rental of the gym for various uses and the standards for the volleyball and tennis courts when previously scheduled APD activities are not taking place.
Since 1975, the Anderson Park District has been serving Anderson Township residents as an active park and recreation agency. Over five hundred acres of parkland and eight parks comprise the Anderson Park District. The park district serves as a good steward of parklands and resources, while providing a broad range of recreational opportunities.
Anderson Park District offers a variety of sport leagues for children and adults throughout the year. Listed below are the schedules and standings for current leagues.Questions? Please call (513) 388-4514.
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Amenities at our park properties include an arboretum, two beaches, 22 playgrounds, ten baseball fields, ten soccer fields, four basketball court locations, six volleyball courts, three tennis court locations, five fishing locations, 12 picnic pavilions, a skate park, sled hill, and miles of biking and hiking trails.
Winter Girls Recreational Volleyball grades 2/3/4/5/6 Each grade will be a separate league; however, grades may be combined if needed. Season includes eight games (guaranteed to play seven). Games may take place Fridays, Saturdays or Sundays. Registration Practices Games Prices Oct. 24-Dec. 12 Start January 16 Start February 3 $80 R, $95 NR basketball
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