The City of Worcester offers recreation and cultural activities for all ages including youth athletic programs, tournaments, parks programs, concerts and other special events in neighborhood parks across the City.
The mission of Green Hill Golf Course's junior golf programs is to provide a fun first approach to engaging and exciting boys and girls about the possibilities surrounding golf. The Danny Rossetti Junior Golf Camp is an annual three-day event for Worcester residents ages 8-14.
The City's only public disc-golf course was opened in 2009 in Elm Park's Newton Hill section. The course is a full 18 hole, par 58 course that has players travel up and down the hill, enjoying a fun and free round of excitement. The course is maintained by local players and volunteers, and parking as available in the Doherty High School parking lot.
Recreation Worcester is a free year-round out-of-school time program run by the City of Worcester. Through these after-school programs, students will have the opportunity to engage with program staff and community partners and take part in enriching, athletic, artistic and academic programming. By enhancing these community partnerships through programming, Recreation Worcester aims to develop long-term between youth and community leaders through mentorship.
11 different sports programs and activities are provided during the summer for kids between the ages of 3 and 12. Camps and activities provide countless ways for children to grow and learn while interracting and having fun with other children.
The Parks & Recreation Division offers various soccer programs, including the Challenger Soccer Camp and the New England Revolution Player Development Program.
This 8-week ski and snowboard program is available to students (8 years and older), siblings and parents/guardians, as well as friends and other family members. Children must be enrolled in grade 3 or higher to purchase the 8 week lift badge and participate in the lesson program. Discounted season passes are also available.