Program Updates

Check for Program Updates on our facebook page and KXPO 1340am.

Program updates will also be sent out via e-mail and/or text messaging to all participants that have selected the opt-in checkbox under their RecDesk user profile.

Registration Options

  • Register online by clicking any of the "Program Registration and Schedule" buttons below.
  • Fill out the blank registration form that can be downloaded from the download section at the bottom of this page.  Drop off the registration form at the Grafton Parks & Recreation Office at 715 West 5th Street.  Office is open Monday - Friday, 8am - 5pm.  The registration form can also be mailed with payment to:

Grafton Parks & Recreation

PO Box 122

Grafton, ND  58237

A credit card processing fee will be charged to all credit card transactions at an average of 3%.

Swimming Lessons

Swimming Lessons Leistikow Park Outdoor Pool Grafton Parks and Recreation North Dakota

Participants learn how to swim with Lifeguards and Water Safety Instructor at the Leistikow Park Outdoor Pool.

Levels:

  • A: Ages 3 & up. Getting kids used to the water, basic bobbing, floating and kicking all with assistance.
  • B: Learn to independently do different floats, submerge underwater and get objects in shallow water.
  • C: This group starts learning different types of strokes and kicks. They are more independent swimmers, but still need to be directed. Can do different types of floats independently for longer periods of time.
  • D, E: These groups are more advanced and have established the basic skills, strokes, and floats. They will be working on advanced techniques, such as treading water, getting objects from the deep end, and advanced strokes.

T-Ball, Baseball, & Girls Fastpitch

Baseball T-Ball Fastpitch Softball Grafton Parks and Recreation North Dakota Sports

  • T-ball: Ages 5 – 6: Learn the fundamentals of hitting and playing the game.
  • 8U: Ages 7 – 8
  • 10U: Ages 9 – 10
  • 12U: Ages 11 – 12
  • Baberuth: Ages 13 – 15
  • Fastpitch 10U: Girls Ages 9 – 10
  • Fastpitch 12U: Girls Ages 11 – 12

Golf

Golf Grafton Parks and Recreation North Dakota Sports

  • Beginners: Basic putting, chipping, and driving skills. Small competitions to work on skills.  Ages 5 and up with less than 3 years experience.
  • ​Advanced: Develops stronger putting, chipping, and driving skills along with course management.  Ages 8 and up with 3 or more years experience.

Adventure Camp - More Info Coming Soon

Adventure Camp Leistikow Park Grafton Parks and Recreation North Dakota

  • Archery, Air Rifle, Pop, and Canoe/ Kayaking

There is a North Dakota 4-H form that has to be signed before anyone can participate in this program.  The 4-H form is available at the Grafton Parks and Rec Office. The waiver form must be returned before the start date of this program.

Spring Soccer & Summer Soccer Camp

Soccer Centennial Center Grafton Parks and Recreation North Dakota Sports

Participants will learn the fundamentals of soccer such as: passing, receiving, and shooting! They will be able to enjoy playing games and having fun.

Age Groups:

  • Preschool & Kindergarten.
  • 1st & 2nd Grades.
  • 3rd, 4th, 5th, & 6th Grades.

Gymnastics Summer Camp

Gymnastics Grafton Armory Grafton Parks and Recreation North Dakota Sports

  •  Parent & Toddler: Introductory gymnastics for toddlers 2 to 3 yrs old accompanied by parents.
  • Tiny Tots: Basic Gymnastics instruction for children enrolled in pre-school and Kindergarten.
  • Silver: Basic Gymnastics instruction for children enrolled in 1st through 3rd grades.
  • Gold: Advanced Gymnastics instruction for students enrolled in 4th through 12th grades​.

Figure Skating

Figure Skating Centennial Center Grafton Parks and Recreation North Dakota Sports

  • Snow Plow Sam: Ages 4 years old through Pre-school in the current year. This is for children who are just trying to figure out how to stay up on their skates! They will learn how to move in small movements. They will learn the basics of skating, stopping and staying up!​
  • Basic Skills: For kids in Kindergarten (current year) and up. They can stand up, and get to different areas independently. This group will understand the fundamentals of skating, stopping and how they need to move to get from one place to the next.
  • Basic Skills Bridge Program: The Basic Skills Bridge Program is a way for basic skills skaters (must have passed Basic 1) to develop their skating skills during one-on-one lessons with a coach and to compete at Basic Skills competitions in the area.
  • Private Advanced: Private advanced is for skaters who are working towards taking tests through USFSA and who compete at various competitions in the region.

Additional information about Basic Skills Bridge and Private Advanced can be found in the download section at the bottom of the page.

Fall Hockey Camp

Fall Hockey Camp Centennial Center Arena Grafton Parks and Recreation North Dakota Sports

Two week hockey camp where participants work on power skating, puck control, speed/agility drills, and scrimmaging.

  • Mites
  • Squirts
  • PeeWees
  • Bantams
  • High School