Contact Ryan Morken to volunteer as a coach and for more information about leagues. Contact Errin Koon for more information about Camps, Clinics and Lacrosse Instruction.
Boys' Lacrosse Leagues
Boys' lacrosse leagues are offered in the fall, winter, and spring seasons at the Parker Fieldhouse.
Registrations are primarily on an individual basis, however, some leagues may accept team registration.
Due to lack of demand, we do not currently offer girls' lacrosse. Girls are able to join these boys' leagues and should be aware that girls and boys lacrosse follow different rules and require different equipment.
Kinder Lacrosse (Ages 4 to 6)
Kinder Lacrosse will provide the young athlete with an introduction to the basic skills and stick work needed to progress within the sport. Led by volunteer coaches, teams are designed to introduce children to the basics of Lacrosse through practices and scrimmages that focus on scooping, carrying, cradling, passing, and shooting.
Sticks will be provided to those who do not have one. Gloves and helmets are encouraged and highly recommended even though this is a limited contact program.
CARA Lacrosse - Spring and Fall (Ages 6 to 14)
Traditional field lacrosse seasons are held in the spring and fall seasons. This program is a partnership with the Colorado Association of Recreational Activities (CARA) and will require some travel for games. Volunteer coaches are needed to lead teams.
Boys' Box Lacrosse - Blue/White League (Ages 6 to 14)
Boys' Box Lacrosse - Blue/White is offered in the winter season. This program is scheduled at the Parker Fieldhouse with games typically being played on Saturday evenings. Registration is accepted by Team and Free Agent teams are also available for individuals to join.
Lacrosse Camps, Clinics and Instruction
A variety of camps for players at all skill levels are offered throughout the year and hosted by LangtryLAX or POWLAX. Each camp is taught by experienced coaches with impressive lacrosse resumes. Camps are offered for:
Beginning Lacrosse Players
Position Specific Training
Specific Skill Development (i.e. footwork)
Players must provide a stick for all camps. Helmet, shoulder pads, arm pads, short stick, gloves, mouthpiece, and cup are required for most lacrosse camps and strongly recommended for the beginners camps.
Please Note: Lacrosse is offered year round in a variety of formats. View our Parker Parks and Recreation Brochure for current and specific information about leagues, camps and clinics