The City of Claremore offers a variety of free and low-cost camps and clinics to Claremore’s youth. These include sports clinics, arts classes, leadership courses and much more! For more information on the camps, please contact Ron Paris at 918-342-2522.
2023 Summer Camps
Our 2023 Summer Camp list is now available. From Dance Camps, Nature Camp, Drama Camp, Soccer Camp and more – there are options for kids of all ages!
Check out our 2023 Camp Guide.
If you would like your child to participate in one of the City of Claremore’s youth camp or clinic programs, please fill out the online Youth Camps/Clinic Registration form. Parents will also need to return a signed Liability Waiver to the Community Center.
Please note that all classes are limited in the number of students who may participate. Registration in a course is not secure until all forms have been submitted and payments made.
Full refunds will be granted if request is submitted seven business days in advance of the camp or class start date.
Stay tuned for information on all available Summer 2023 programs!
The City of Claremore Parks and Recreation Department is fortunate to have volunteers who execute youth sports programs on behalf of the city. In this unique partnership, the City of Claremore supplements water and electricity in order to maintain quality athletic fields and facilities. Youth sports organizations provide staff and volunteers to organize, plan and administer outstanding youth sports programs. Together, this team ensures that wholesome, healthy and enjoyable recreation and sports opportunities are available to local youth.
P. O. Box 93
Claremore, OK 74018-0093
Phone: (918) 341-5052
Claremore Girls Softball Association is open to youth ages 5-18. Games are held at Pecan Park. Sign-up’s begin at the end of December and ends about the middle of February of each year. Spring league games begin about the first to middle of April and end about the first of July. Fall leagues do not have individual sign up dates, but rather teams may enter into the fall league. Games begin about the first of September and end about mid October.
Claremore, OK 74018
Claremore Optimist Youth Basketball is open to youth ages 7-12. Games are held at the Claremore Super Recreation Center. Sign-up’s begin in late September and end the last Friday in October. Games will begin in December and January and the league will conclude in February of each year.
Claremore, OK 74018
Claremore Wrestling Club is open to youth ages 4-15. Sign-ups are held during September and October. The season begins in November and runs until the middle of February.
Claremore Youth Cheerleading is open to youth ages 1st grade – 6th grade. It runs in conjunction with the Claremore Youth Football Association. Sign-ups begin in May and cheer season begins about the end of August.
P. O. Box 2712
Claremore, OK 74018-2712
Phone: (918) 283-2932
Claremore Youth Football Association is open to youth grades K-6th. Games are currently being played at Verdigris High School Football Field. Sign-ups begin in June. Games start about the end of August and the season ends about the beginning of November.
P. O. Box 1713
Claremore, OK 74018-1713
Phone: (918) 341-6700
Claremore Soccer Club is open to youth ages 4-19. Games are held at the Claremore Soccer Complex. Sign-ups for spring soccer begin in November and run through mid-February. The spring leagues begin about the first of March and conclude about the end of May. The fall leagues begin their sign-ups about the first of March and end about the middle of July. Games for the fall league will begin about mid September and end about mid November.
P. O. Box 453
Claremore, OK -0453
Phone: (918) 342-0566
Rogers County Baseball Association is open to youth ages 5-14. Games are held at Powers Park. Sign-ups begin in January and ends about mid-March of each year. Spring league games begin about the middle of April and end about the first of July. Fall leagues do not take individual sign-ups but already established teams. Fall Leagues will begin about the middle of September and end about the middle of October. Games are conducted on Sunday afternoons.
There are many City-owned and privately-owned practice facilities in Claremore that are made available to the youth sports teams. In order to remain available for use, we must be good stewards of the property.
Codes of Conduct
Each participant in youth sports, regardless of their role, is expected to follow a code of conduct or a code of ethics. Please review the code that applies to you.
The youth sports programs of Claremore are designed for children to have fun and enjoy the game.
The league administrators and coaches volunteer their time for these programs. Each program is operated by independent league administrators and coaches. These individuals begin their volunteer jobs, often after a full work day. These are the volunteers who keep the programs running for your children. If you disagree with their teachings or coaching styles, please be understanding and consider volunteering in the future.
We strive to provide an environment that promotes responsibility, good sportsmanship, teamwork, dedication, honesty and loyalty. With that comes responsibility for the adults to be good role models for their children.
All of our youth sports programs need volunteers to be coaches or league administrators. For more information, please contact Ron Paris, City of Claremore Youth Sports Coordinator at 918-342-2522.