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Spring activities and sports for kids

Spring is around the corner, so now is the time to register kids for sports and other extra-curricular activities. Below is a quick reference guide to some near-by options.

Boutique Dance Academy

Little ones will find their moves at Boutique Dance Academy in Castle Rock, where the art of dance empowers students with self-esteem, discipline, responsibility, teamwork, respect, commitment and passion. Learn more at


Castle Pines Athletics

Stay in the community and play at home with Castle Pines Athletics. Register now for recreational co-ed soccer (ages 4 to 8), soccer tots (beginning at 3 years of age) and co-ed NFL flag football (ages 6 to 12). Spring season starts April 1. Spots fill quickly so sign up early. Learn more at


Castle Rock Recreation Center

The Castle Rock Recreation Center offers a variety of sports and activities, including drawing and painting, swim lessons, drama, dance, cheerleading, mountain biking, fencing, tennis and so much more. For more information and to register, visit

Flour Power

Bake up some good old-fashioned fun at Flour Power in Highlands Ranch. Preschoolers through teenagers can enjoy cooking experiences with classes, camps, kids’ night out events, etiquette classes and birthday parties. Learn more at


Highlands Ranch Community Association

There is something for everyone at Highland Ranch Community Association and its four recreation centers – Eastridge, Northridge, Southridge and Westridge. From beginning fencing lessons and preschool gymnastics to flag football, golf, soccer and tennis, kids will find plenty to do. Learn more at


Infinite Dance

Find passion in motion at Infinite Dance in Castle Pines. For younger dancers just getting started to polished teens, this local studio offers a variety of movement classes. Learn more at


i9 Sports

i9 Sports in Castle Rock has something for all. Co-ed volleyball, soccer, flag football, basketball, baseball, lacrosse and tennis are all available starting in April. Ages range from 3 to 14, depending on the sport. Learn more and register at and then type “80108” into the ZIP code program search bar.


Parker Recreation Center

Head a little east to the Parker Recreation Center and find numerous youth sports for the spring, including volleyball, soccer, inline hockey, flag football, floor hockey, lacrosse, basketball, baseball, softball and track. Swim lessons and other activities are also available. Learn more at


Rapids Castle Rock Youth Soccer (formerly Storm)

Rapids Youth Soccer is Colorado’s premier youth soccer experience and the only club in Colorado to offer opportunities from  years of age to professional. Registration for spring season opened in November but will remain open until teams are full. Learn more and register at


Raptors Athletics

Raptors Athletics serves the youth sports community for Castle View High School, Douglas County High School and Rock Canyon High School feeder areas from kindergarten through eighth grade. Spring offerings include girls’ lacrosse, boys’ lacrosse, baseball, softball and volleyball. Play starts in March so check registration availability right away. Learn more and register at


Real Colorado

Real Colorado recreational soccer offers something for every player – from 3 year olds (those starting out) to those 10 and older who want to improve to next level. Beyond recreational leagues, players can continue play with competitive, advanced training and junior academy programs. Learn more at


Safe Splash Swim School

Safe Splash Swim School is a year-round, warm water swim school with three locations nearby – two in Castle Rock and one in Parker. Lessons are available for babies and children ages 6 months and older. Parent/tot lessons are available, too. For information and to register for lessons, visit


Soccer Buddies

Let the energy out and learn a new sport with Soccer Buddies in Castle Rock. Classes, camps and birthday parties are open to little ones 15 months old and all the way up to 12 years old. Learn more at


South Suburban Parks and Recreation

South Suburban Parks and Recreation offers youth basketball programs. Spring basketball league for fifth through eighth graders starts April 5 and 3×3 outdoor basketball league starts June 24 for third through eighth graders. Learn more and register at


Warriors Youth Sports

Warriors Youth Sports offers baseball, basketball, softball, football, volleyball and lacrosse. Spring lacrosse programs and softball programs start in April. Warriors Youth Sports serves the following high school feeder areas: Highlands Ranch High School, Mountain Vista High School, Rock Canyon High School, ThunderRidge High School and Valor Christian High School. Learn more and register at

By Elean Gersack




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