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Parks sports and activities

COVID-19 update: Amid the public health crisis, we're providing free spring fitness videos and weekly online classes to help residents stay in shape.

We offer free athletic programs, clinics, and camps in neighborhood parks across the City. You can reserve public athletic fields and sign up for activities with the City of Boston through our online system:

Visit our online system

Still have questions? Contact:

Parks and Recreation

Upcoming events

Upcoming events

There are no upcoming events available at this time.

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About our programs

Choose from a wide variety of healthy activities, including:

  • golf lessons
  • tennis with our partner, Tenacity
  • the All Girls Sports Festival
  • Sox Talks with Boston Red Sox players and coaches
  • a visit to the Fenway Park batting cages
  • Sports Centers at Moakley Park, East Boston Stadium, and White Stadium in Franklin Park, and
  • Mayor’s Cup golf, baseball, cross country, soccer, softball, and hockey tournaments.

We also work with Boston Centers for Youth & Families on programs at local community centers. We'll continue to update this page with announcements, calendar listings, applications, and the latest on what we have to offer!