The Cambridge Community Activities Program offers a recreation based youth sports program which emphasizes all inclusive participation, fun, skill development, sportsmanship, and safety. Our philosophy is to instill teamwork, a positive attitude, and a lifetime appreciation of physical activity through youth sports programs. We value respect, responsibility, and cooperation, and expect all participants, parents, and coaches to uphold these standards.
We have baseball programs for ages 5 - 19. Whether it's your little one being introduced to the sport for the first time, or your high school student looking to play...we have you covered!
Grades 4 - 8. Practices and games will take place both during the week and on the weekends. Both the girls and the boys will participate in a traveling league consisting of teams from around the area, including Columbus, Marshall, Waterloo, Lake Mills, Deerfield, Palmyra, Randolph, Rio, and Jefferson.
Your child will love this introduction to the sport of basketball. Each week will introduce new skills and techniques related to the game. The basic fundamentals they learn here will create a strong foundation of skills, an attitude of sportsmanship, and a love for basketball.
Learn pom, cheer, and dance skills. These camps will have your child cheering for more.
Sensei Patricia Bolton has been practicing martial art for over 20 years with experience in multiple
disciplines. She holds a 3 rd degree black belt and the title of Shidoin.
We have a golf program for children grades 3-8. This is perfect for your little one being introduced to the sport for the first time.
NFL Flag Football will have your child begging for more! Your child will receive a top of the line NFL jersey as part of their participation. As tradition continues, players will participate in training camp on Wednesday, September 13 from 6:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. lead by the Cambridge Blue Jays Football Team.
The Little Jays Run Club is open to both boys and girls that want to have fun and get fit! The 9 week program will empower your child to be physically active while training for a 5k race.
In this fun, exciting, recreational soccer league your child will learn fundamentals, rules, and basic plays. Games are played at 8:00 a.m., 9:00 a.m., or 10:00 a.m., depending on registration numbers.
CAP participates in an ASA sanctioned Windmill Girls’ Fast Pitch League. Girls are divided into leagues according to their age; cutoff is the age as of January 1, 2018. All levels of CAP Softball are traveling leagues with games played both at home and away (parent transportation required).
Do you want to become a better athlete?
Cambridge Parks and Recreation Department and Premier Tennis and Fitness are working together to bring top notch professional tennis lessons to Cambridge area children and adults. Skills that will be covered consist of serving, forehand, backhand, and footwork, along with learning the rules of the game and how to score.
The purpose of this camp is to grow and develop wrestlers in technique and fundamental skills of wrestling. Wrestlers will be presented technique in all three phases of wrestling: neutral, top, and bottom. Wrestlers will be challenged in a variety of ways to improve on their skills during the camp.