Thank you for visiting Clayton County Athletics Online!  We are proud to offer a variety of recreational and leisure activities for the residents of Clayton County.  If you have any questions about the Athletics Division, a particular sport, or upcoming activities, feel free to contact us at (770) 473-3800.


We at Clayton County Athletics hope you are safe and rested during this stressful and uncertain time.  Due to the continued risk associated with the Coronavirus pandemic, we have decided to cancel our spring programs.


The Parks and Recreation Athletic Coordinators have begun processing registration refunds for everyone registered in a spring sport.  Parents do not need to submit a refund request to our staff.  The respective park leaders will provide additional details regarding this process.


Refunds will be issued to the person listed on the registration receipt who was responsible for payment.   Checks will be mailed to the address on the registration receipt.  If you do not receive your refund by April 30th, please contact us at 770-473-3800.


We want you and your family to be healthy and happy.  We’ll be in touch with exciting news about upcoming youth sports activities once public health officials tell us it is safe to resume programming.  We remain committed to providing safe and affordable recreation services for our vibrant Clayton County community.  Please take care of yourselves, and we hope to see you back in the parks very soon.


Helpful Reading

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What’s IT all about?

Last year, the Clayton County Parks & Recreation Department introduced its new slogan, “It Starts in the PARKS! This simple statement captures the values and benefits derived and accrued from parks and recreation experiences. For example, participation in athletics fosters teamwork, leadership, and sportsmanship. The recreation centers promote fitness, wellness, and creativity. Reynolds Nature Preserve offers tranquility, encourages exploration, and helps to develop life balance. And, of course, the Beach at International Park is all about fun. We believe that these ideals – and so many more – are reflected in the proclamation, “It Starts in the PARKS!

So, the next time you’re enjoying the Clayton County Parks & Recreation experience – maybe at youth baseball game, or taking a Zumba class, or hiking the trails with friends – take a minute to let us know about it. Snap a selfie and share it on social media with the hashtag, “It Starts in the PARKS! If we get it trending, you may win a limited-edition t-shirt from the Department. It’s our way of showing how much we appreciate our Clayton County family.

CommunityIt Starts in the PARKS!