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Affiliates

Baseball--Adult

York Township Baseball Club Email: robinst@yahoo.com
Web Site: http://www.leaguelineup.com/yorktownshipbaseball



General Information

The York Township Baseball Team is a member of the Susquehanna League and plays other local teams in the area. The team's home field is McWilliams Field, located in York Township Park.




Partnership/Program Information

York Township Baseball is a program affiliated with the York Township Recreation Department. Please visit Township Baseball's website for more information.




Registration Information

For registration contact Robin Striebig at the email address listed above.




Website Information

Visit website above.




Other

No other news at this time.

Baseball--Adult

Oldtimers Baseball Web Site: http://www.yorkcountybaseball.org



General Information

York County Oldtimers Baseball League is for ages 38 and over and plays from the 1st weekend after Labor Day through the 2nd weekend in November with 10 Sunday games on the schedule. Games are typically scheduled for McWilliams Field and Field #2 in York Township Park and on Shryock Field. 




Partnership/Program Information

The Oldtimers League is a partner with York Township Recreation to provide a softball league for men ages 38+ on township fields.




Registration Information

No information at this time.




Website Information

Follow Oldtimers link when visiting www.yorkcountybaseball.org for Oldtimers League.




Other

No other news at this time.

Baseball--Youth

Dallastown American Legion Web Site: http://www.yorkcountybaseball.org



General Information

The Dallastown American Legion teams are for ages 16-18 and they play on Shryock Field, which is maintained through an agreement with the Dallastown American Legion and the York Township Recreation Department.




Partnership/Program Information

The Dallastown American Legion is a partner with York Township Recreation to provide a baseball league for boys ages 16-18 on township fields.




Registration Information

No information at this time.




Website Information

Follow Legion link when visiting www.yorkcountybaseball.org for Dallastown American Legion.




Other

No information at this time.

Baseball--Youth

Dallastown Cougars Baseball Email: abknaub@verizon.net
Web Site: http://www.leaguelineup.com/dallastowncougarbaseball



General Information

Dallastown Cougars Baseball is for ages 4-19 and plays from late April through late June. They play at many fields throughout the area.




Partnership/Program Information

Dallastown Cougars baseball is a partner with York Township Recreation to provide a baseball league for ages 4-19 during the spring on township fields.




Registration Information

For registration contact Andrew Knaub at the email address listed above.




Website Information

Visit website listed above.




Other

No other news at this time.

Basketball--Youth

Dallastown Wildcat Basketball Web Site: http://eteamz.active.com/DallastownWildcats/



General Information

The Dallastown Youth Basketball Organization (DYBO) is a parent-run organization. It consists of 3 divisions: 1. Skillbuilders--for children in 1st-3rd grade with little or no basketball experience and 3rd graders that do no wish to participate in the travel league 2. DBL (Dallastown Basketball League)--a recreational league for boys in 4th-8th grade or girls in 4th-10th grade and is intended for children that do not wish to participate in travel or those that do not make the travel teams. 3. Travel Teams--play in a competitive league with games located throughout York county and require more of a time commitment.




Partnership/Program Information

The DYBO is not an ”offical” partner with York Township Recreation because the department does not operate any gyms. DYBO uses school gyms for games and practices. York Township Recreation supports DYBO through community awareness measures.




Registration Information

No information at this time. Visit website for most current information.




Website Information

Visit website above.




Other

Several board positions are open for this volunteer organization. Visit website for more information.

Football--Youth

Dallastown Cougar Football 228 South Charles Street
Dallastown, PA 17313
Phone: 717-244-8486
Web Site: http://www.leaguelineup.com/dallastowncougarfootball



General Information

Coming Soon.




Partnership/Program Information

Cougar Football is not an ”offical” partner with York Township Recreation as the Cougars do not use township fields for practices/games. York Township Recreation supports Cougar Football through community awareness measures.




Registration Information

Coming Soon.




Website Information

Visit website listed above.




Other

No other news at this time.

Lacrosse--Youth

Dallastown Wildcat Lacrosse Email: wildcat.lacrosse@yahoo.com
Web Site: http://wildcatlax.leagueapps.com/



General Information

The Wildcat Lacrosse Club is dedicated to giving boys and girls in the Dallastown Area School District ages 6-14 the opportunity to learn and compete in the sport of lacrosse. The club is dedicated to teaching the game of lacrosse in a positive and character-building youth sports environment that provides the best opportunity for each player to learn and enjoy the game and most importantly have FUN!




Partnership/Program Information

The Wildcat Lacrosse Club is a partner with York Township Recreation to provide a lacrosse program for youth ages 6-14 on township fields.




Registration Information

See website above.




Website Information

Visit website above.




Other

No other news at this time.

Parks--Pennsylvania State Parks

Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources Phone: 1-888-PA-PARKS
Email: parkinfo@state.pa.us
Web Site: http://www.dcnr.state.pa.us/stateparks/



General Information

The primary purpose of Pennsylvania State Parks is to provide opportunities for enjoying healthful outdoor recreation and serve as outdoor classrooms for environmental education. In meeting these purposes, the conservation of the natural, scenic, aesthetic, and historical values of parks should be given first consideration. Stewardship responsibilities should be carried out in a way that protects the natural outdoor experience for the enjoyment of current and future generations.

Parks--York County Parks

York County Department of Parks and Recreation 400 Mundis Race Road
York, PA 17406-9721
Phone: 717-840-7440
Fax: 717-840-7403
Email: parks@york-county.org
Web Site: http://ycwebserver.york-county.org/Parks/index.htm



General Information

Mission Statement: York County Department of Parks & Recreation enhances the quality of community life acting as a steward for the environment. In this capacity, it acquires, conserves, and manages park lands and offers a variety of recreational and educational opportunities. Vision Statement York County Department of Parks and Recreation strives to be the County leader in environmental conservation, preservation, and education. Programs and projects in these areas reflect sound management and stewardship principles and a strong organizational commitment to innovation and public service. Value Statement As steward of the County's park lands, the York County Department of Parks and Recreation: -Creates customer-friendly environments -Provides a diversity of natural areas to promote passive recreation -Conserves and interprets the natural and historical aspects of park resources -Listens and responds to park users -Encourages safe and responsible use of park resources -Strives to maintain the highest level of professionalism -Enters into partnerships and pursues networking -Promotes and honors volunteer participation -Fosters innovation and creativity in fulfilling mission responsibilities -Cultivates new sources of support and funding

Professional Organization--National Recreation and Park Association

National Recreation and Park Association 22377 Belmont Ridge Road
Ashburn, VA 20148
Phone: 703-858-0784
Fax: 703-858-0794
Email: info@nrpa.org
Web Site: http://www.nrpa.org



General Information

Mission, Vision, Goals The Mission of the National Recreation and Park Association is ”To advance parks, recreation and environmental conservation efforts that enhance the quality of life for all people.” NRPA's Values - We believe that parks and recreation: -Enhances the human potential by providing facilities, services and programs that meet the emotional, social and physical needs of communities. -Articulates environmental values through ecologically responsible management and environmental education programs. -Promotes individual and community wellness that enhances the quality of life for all citizens. -Utilizes holistic approaches to promote cultural understanding, economic development, family public health and safety, by working in coalitions and partnerships with allied organizations. -Facilitates and promotes the development of grassroots, self-help initiatives in communities across the country. The Goals of the National Recreation and Park Association are: -To promote public awareness and support for recreation, park and leisure services as they relate to the constructive use of leisure and thereby to the social stability of a community and the physical and mental health of individuals. NRPA strives to promote public awareness of the environmental and natural resource management aspects of recreation and leisure services. -To facilitate the development, maintenance, expansion and improvement of socially and environmentally relevant public policy that supports recreation, parks and leisure programs and services. -To enhance the development of parks, recreation and tourism professionals and to provide services that contribute to the development of NRPA members. -To promote the development and dissemination of the body of knowledge in order to improve the delivery of service, increase understanding of leisure behavior and expand the body of knowledge relative to parks and recreation programs and services.

Professional Organization--Pennsylvania Recreation and Park Society

Pennsylvania Recreation and Park Society 2131 Sandy Drive
State College, PA 16803
Phone: 814-234-4272
Email: prpsinfo@prps.org
Web Site: http://www.prps.org



General Information

The Pennsylvania Recreation and Park Society (PRPS), founded in 1935, is the principal organization promoting quality recreation and park opportunities for all citizens of the Commonwealth through education, training, technical assistance and other support to local, county, state and federal recreation and park providers. The Society's 1,800 members include recreation and park professionals working for federal, state and local agencies; therapeutic recreation specialists and activity coordinators working in health care facilities; local recreation and park advisory board members serving in local communities; faculty and students at colleges and universities; recreation directors at commercial and resort facilities; and suppliers of recreation and park products and services.

Seniors--Golden Connections Community Center

Golden Connections Community Center Contact: Heather Goebeler
20-C Gotham Place
Red Lion, PA 17356
Phone: 717-244-7229
Email: executivedirector@gcccenter.com
Web Site: http://gcccenter.com/



General Information

Coming soon.




Partnership/Program Information

Coming soon.




Registration Information

 All registration is handled through the center, so contact them directly.




Website Information

Coming soon.




Other

No other news at this time.

Soccer--Adult

York County Men's Soccer League Email: mra@altlandcpa.com
Web Site: http://www.ycmsl.com



General Information

The York County Men's Soccer League was formed in 2003 to advance the game of soccer and provide a competitive atmosphere to play the game in South Central Pennsylvania. -Format: 9 v 9 (no off-sides) -Skill Level: Recreational to Competitive (High School to X-Pro) -Minimum Age: Fourteen -Divisions: High School, Recreational, and/or Open Divisions -Field Locations: York Township Park -First Game Date: Check Schedule -Game Times: Monday and Wednesday, or Tuesday and Thursday evenings 6:00 and 7:00 PM (2 games per week per team) -Schedule: 12 regular season games -Playoffs: Top 6 teams in open division and Top team in Recreational and High School division advance to single-elimination playoff tournament. -Cost: See registration information on website for most current information -Awards: Trophies, T-shirts, etc. -Team Registration Deadline: See registration information on website for most current information




Partnership/Program Information

The York County Men's Soccer League is a partner with York Township Recreation to provide a soccer program for adults on township fields.




Registration Information

For registration contact Mike Altland at the email listed above.




Website Information

Visit website listed above.




Other

No information at this time.

Soccer--Youth

Dallastown Soccer Club Email: DSC_registar@outlook.com
Web Site: http://www.dallastownsc.teampages.com



General Information

The mission of the Dallastown Soccer Club is to foster the development of local youth through the sport of soccer. We are dedicated to providing our participants with a fun, high-quality soccer experience that encourages sportsmanship and a love of the game through the development of player, coach, team and family.




Partnership/Program Information

The Dallastown Soccer Club is a partner with York Township Recreation to provide a soccer program for youth ages U6-U19 on township fields.




Registration Information

For registration please see the email listed above.




Website Information

Visit website listed above.




Other

No other news at this time.

Softball--Girls' Softball

York Township Recreation 190 Oak Road
Dallastown, PA 17313
Phone: 717-741-3861 x142
Email: recdept@yorktownship.com
Web Site: http://www.yorktownshiprec.com



General Information

This program is ran through the department. Please see our program schedule for current information.

Trails--Heritage Rail Trail

York County Rail Trail Authority P.O. Box 335
Seven Valleys, PA 17360
Phone: 717-428-0999
Email: info@yorkcountytrails.org
Web Site: http://www.yorkcountytrails.org



General Information

The York County Rail Trail Authority is a volunteer, ten-member Authority formed in 1990 under the direction of the York County Board of Commissioners. The Authority's mission is to enrich York County communities and countryside through the development of a network of public trails. The Authority, which is incorporated under the Pennsylvania Municipal Authorities Act of 1945, is a political subdivision of the County of York. The Authority leads development efforts for the Heritage Rail Trail.