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For assistance with Adult Co-ed Kickball,

For assistance with Adult Softball,

For assistance with Urban Line Dance Class,

For assistance with Adult Pickleball,

For assistance with Registration,

Registration Information

Updated Tuesday October 6, 2015 by City Of Hattiesburg Department of Parks and Recreaction.

2018 18+ Adult Co-ed Kickball Teams

Registration closes in 2 days

Adult Co-ed kickball:
-All teams must have a minimum of 8 players, and may have no more than 14
-8 players are on the field at all times, and an equal amount of males and females must be on the field at the same time (4 and 4)
-All team players must be 18 years of age on or before May 1, 2018
-Registration cost is $250 per team
-Games will be held on Thursdays at Jaycee Fields
-Registration closes on Friday, July 20
-Regular season runs Thursday, July 26 - Thursday, August 30
-Championship game will be hosted on Thursday, September 6

2018 Summer Adult Softball

Adult Softball League 2018

2018 HPR Tackle Football

Online registration should be followed by coming on one of the following days to present a birth certificate and child to take a current photo. Additional info will be distributed via email.

2018 HPR Cheer, Pep, and Dance

Participants will cheer for our HPR football teams on Saturday and practice during the week.

2018 Urban Line Dancing

Urban Line Dancing with Low Impact Aeobrics

2018 Adult Pickleball

Registration is closed

-Pickleball is a mixture between tennis, ping-pong and wiffleball
-Players must be 18 on or before May 1, 2018
-Teams of two; team may be male/male, female/female or male/female
-Sign-ups end Friday, July 13
-$70 per team
-Matches run on Tuesday nights beginning July 17 and run through August 7 between 5:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
-Finals match is played on Tuesday, August 14
-All games are held at Kamper Park tennis courts

7 on 7 Flag Football Tournament

Registration is closed

This will be a 1 day only Single elimination tournament to be played the USM Pride Fields (turf fields in front the Payne Center)