Sports & Day Camps

Indoor and Outdoor Fun

It’s never too early to join in! Sports activities and day camps can help your children develop lifelong habits of exercise and encourage them to learn social skills beyond the classroom.  Here is your source for sports programs, age 3 to 18, both city-run and community managed.   Spors and day camp provide opportunities for physical development, learning, and sportsmanship. Help build your child’s character on a foundation of healthy competition and teamwork.

Sports Programs

Safety Town
Safety Town is a comprehensive education program that introduces safety awareness and preventive procedures to children entering kindergarten or first grade.  Our program operates under the direction and guidelines of the National Safety Town Center. The children will be taught safety education through proper and effective teaching techniques. Lessons will be held on the miniature “town” with streets, traffic signals, signs, buildings, and “automobile traffic” (tricycles) will reinforce the traffic and pedestrian rules taught in class. Classes will meet for 10 consecutive days (Monday thru Friday) for 1 ½ hours per day and will conclude with a graduation ceremony. Limit of 14 children in each class.
Session I: June 15 to June 26; Session II: July 6 to July 17; 9 am to 10:30 am OR 11am to 12:30 pm.  Fee:  $35 Resident $40 Non-resident Classes held at Wickliffe Elementary School. Non-residents registration starts May 27.

Safety Town Registration Form

Summer Day Camp
June 15 – July 31; 8 am to 5 pm;
Held Monday thru Friday
Summer Day Camp is an seven-week program for children entering grades 1 thru 6 during the 2015-2016 school year.

A fun-filled summer is planned with various activities such as games, swimming, contests, fishing, crafts, nature activities, field trips (for an additional fee) and much more. The headquarters for day camp is beautiful Coulby Park. The pavilion by the pond is where children are to be taken in the morning and picked up in the evening. Fliers and registration forms are available in the Recreation Department and on-line. Camp Director: Michelle Johnson. Fee for Residents: $95 per week for first child in family; $65 for each additional child in family; $70 for two days for first child in family; $50 for two days for each additional child in family; Non-resident: $140 per week for each child; $100 for two days for each child in family. Additional charges for extended hours. All campers must purchase a pool pass separately. Sign up and payment for first week must be made in advance of starting date and before the June 12 deadline.

CLICK HERE for the Day Camp Application.

Youth Beach Volleyball League
Volleyball on the sand volleyball court at Coulby Park, Fridays, June 5 – July 31, 6:00 pm – 9:30 pm. (Time of play will be based on age) Boys and girls ages 9 -14. Blue division (ages 9-11) 6:00pm-8:00pm, Gold division (ages 12-14) 7:30pm-9:30pm. Blue division can play in Gold, but Gold division cannot play in Blue. Program Director: Todd Calic.
Beach Volleyball Schedule

Lady “Blue Devil” Basketball Camp – 3 Day Camp
4th through 8th grade
July 20, 21, and 22,  9 am to 12 Noon. Held at Wickliffe High School gym. Fee: $30 Resident/Non-Resident. For girls entering grades 4 - 8 during the 2015 – 2016 school year. Girls will receive training in the fundamentals of basketball: dribbling, passing, shooting footwork basics of offense-defense, and conditioning. Each camper will receive a t-shirt.
Lady "Blue Devil" Registation Form

Partnering with Jump Start Sports
Thursday June 11- July 16, 2015 from 6:00pm – 7:15pm
Held at South School Fields, 5000 Shankland Road in Willoughby, OH. Boys and girls in grade 1-5 learn to play one of the fastest growing sports in the United States. Lacrosse is action packed and lots of fun! The sport has elements of soccer, football, basketball and hockey. Once you try lacrosse you’ll love lacrosse!
All equipment will be provided in this highly instructional program. Experienced coaches will be provided by Jump Start Sports. All players will receive training on the fundamentals, including: passing and catching; fielding ground balls; cradling; spacing positioning; and defense. Then they will be divided by gender and age to play fun game situational scrimmages, which will help them learn more and enjoy the fast-pace action of the game. Plastic sticks and soft balls will be provided. No checking, stick checking or poking will be permitted! No helmets or shoulder pads will be used. Sign up at



This is a community information list only. These are Wickliffe based organizations that serve Wickliffe residents. The City does not run these organizations. Please use the contact numbers below to receive additional information about the league or sport.

Blue Devil Football Clinic
July 21-23, 2015 from 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Held at Wickliffe High School.
Learn the fundamentals of competitive football from WHS and WMS Coaches and Varsity players. Clinic is for boys in grades 2 – 8 who have a desire to learn the fundamental skills of Football: footwork, blocking, and tackling.  Fun filled friendly competition. Cost: $25 which includes Camp T-shirt. Sponsored by: WFPC & Seasonal Sporting Goods. Register through Wickliffe Football Parents Club Facebook Page.

Wickliffe Soccer Club

Ages 5–12

The Wickliffe Soccer Club offers competitive soccer leagues for players of any ability and experience level. Seasons begin in the fall and last about two months, then continue in the spring for approximately six weeks. Registration deadlines are generally mid- to late July for older divisions (U10, G10, U12, and G12) and right before Labor Day for the younger division (U8). 

Divisions are as follows:

U8 (Coed)

For players who are in kindergarten through 2nd grade, and who do not turn 8 before Aug. 1st. Format is 6v6 and games are played on the youth soccer fields at Coulby Park. The $35 fee includes a team shirt.

U10 (Boys/Coed) and G10 (Girls Only)

Players cannot turn 10 before Aug. 1st. Format is 6v6 and home games are played on the Borromeo field on Bishop Road. Away games are played at a variety of fields around Western Lake County. The $70 fee includes a team uniform (shirts, shorts and socks).

U12 (Boys/Coed) and G12 (Girls Only)

Players cannot turn 12 before Aug. 1st. Format is 8v8 and home games are played on the Borromeo field on Bishop Road. Away games are played at a variety of fields around Western Lake County and Eastern Cuyahoga County. The $70 fee includes a team uniform (shirts, shorts and socks).

For more information, contact Mike Wynn, Wickliffe Soccer Club president, at 440-347-9577, email, or visit the WSC website at


Wickliffe Baseball League - Boys Division
Meets 3rd Tuesday of Month at 7:30 pm. at Provo House, 28855 Euclid Ave. Signups: Begin in February and end March 1st. 

Divisions: Baseball is offered for boys ages 7–18.

Call Ed Zivnoska at 944-2812 and leave a detailed message, or send an email to

Wickliffe FastPitch League - Girls Division
Fast-pitch and coach-pitch softball is offered for girls ages 7-17.  Contact Scott Schneider, President, or for more information, visit

Midget Football

For up to date information about fees and sign up dates and times, go to the website

Sign ups take place in March thru June. Any questions please contact via e-mail at

Monthly meetings are held on 2nd Thursday of each month at the Coulby Park clubhouse, 28730 Ridge Rd, at 8:00 pm. Use Coulby Pond entrance for closest parking lot to the clubhouse.