2020 Summer Recreation Programs Postponed
The City has made the difficult decision to postpone all summer recreation programs, including the Playground Experience Program, until at least July 1st. We will continue to evaluate the COVID-19 situation during this time and are very hopeful to offer some type of summer programming later this year. We will provide updates regarding summer programming as they arise, so please check this website often.
In accordance with the mission of the Recreation Division, Youth Recreation Programs strives to provide quality experiences and personal growth through recreation, sports instruction, creative expression and academic enrichment. All Youth Programs are designed to encourage educational discovery and healthy lifestyles, while introducing children to the outstanding resources of the City of Oberlin.
Photo & Video Release
By registering for any City of Oberlin Recreation Division programs, you agree to allow publication of any photo or video taken at any program, event or facility of the Oberlin Recreation Division.
Oberlin Recreation Division offers fee assistance for Oberlin residents in select recreation programs.
After School participants will enjoy a variety of activates from arts & crafts, board games to name a few.
O.B.S.F. is a community based volunteer program that provides Baseball/Softball for youth.
Children will get instruction in proper techniques of the sport of wrestling.
Campers will be instructed on all things basketball.
O.Y.S.A. is a non-profit, community based volunteer program that provides Soccer.
Participants will enjoy a variety of board games, card games, crafts along with gym games.
Campers will enjoy a variety of activities such as, but not limited to, arts & crafts, board games, playground games.
Participants will learn the proper way to play the team sport of basketball.