Outdoor Activities – Youth – O'Fallon Parks and Rec

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Fishing Derby

Location: O'Fallon Family Sports Park at the South pond June 4 | 5:45  - 7 PM | Free Ages:  6+ Barcode: 9073 Come out to the O'Fallon Family Sports Park at the South pond for a fun evening of fishing.  Fishing poles and bait will...

Get Golf Ready – Juniors

Meets Tues & Thurs | 4-4:45pm Location: Cardinal Creek Golf Course Ages:  8-18 Fee: $125 This introductory class meets for three weeks, twice a week on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Juniors are taught the basics of putting, chipping, pitching, and full swing. Clubs are available for...

Junior High Golf Development – May

Each Tue 3pm to 3:45pm Location: Cardinal Creek Golf Course on Scott AFB Fee: $300.00 Ages:  12-19 Learn the basic skills, rules, and overall game play. Sessions are split between four 45-minute group lessons, and four 30-minute private lessons. Group lessons are Tuesdays at 3pm....

Little Linksters Start Smart Golf

Each Sunday 11-Noon Ages: 4-8 Location: Cardinal Creek Golf Course Fee: $100 Parents participate in this adult and child combination class. Start Smart teaches parents how to teach kids the basics of golf. Start Smart uses a unique line of fund and developmentally appropriate equipment...

Mighty Ball T-Ball


Mighty Ball T-Ball

June 5 – July 17, 2021 (no session on July 3) Time: 9-10am Location: Community Park Fee: Resident $50; Non-resident $60 Mighty Ball T-Ball is a non-competitive, safe approach to teaching the game of T-Ball to pre-school aged children.  Teams will have six sessions, lasting...

O&S Fall Soccer: COED Pre-K and Kindergarten

League Dates: August 7 - October 30 Ages: COED 4-6 Location: Three Springs Park & Family Sports Park Resident: $88 Non-resident: $98 10 Game Season, 8 guaranteed. *Games are made up only if a team’s schedule falls below eight games The O'Fallon Parks and Recreation...

Walk, Roll or Stroll Across Illinois

Location: At home Dates: Jul 12, 2021 to Nov 22, 2021 Fee: $12.00 Ages: 16+ Need a distance challenge? Look no further than Walk, Roll or Stroll Across Illinois. You’ll start at the St. Louis Arch, and then walk, roll or stroll your way north...