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Adult Sports Programs

NEED TO SPEAK TO US?  CALL - 517.483.4039


For detailed sport information visit the League Websites page.

Adult Spring and Fall Softball Leagues

Men's, Women's, Coed and Senior Leagues are offered through the Sports Office. League registration begins in March for and early May start of the league.  All teams are registered with MASA, making them eligible for District, Regional Qualifier and State tournament play.

League prices vary based upon the number of games played for that league. Individual player fees are based upon residency.

Tennis Leagues for Adults

The Lifetime Sports Section offers Adult Tennis Leagues.  Available are Men's Class A, B, C, or 40 & Over singles and Men's Doubles; Women's Singles or Doubles, and Mixed Doubles.  League schedules will be mailed to participants and play will be at RanneyPark, Clifford Park or St. JosephPark. Cost is as follows: Lansing Residents, singles fees - $20.00; doubles fee - $10.00 per person (must enter with a partner). Non-Residents, singles fees - $25.00; doubles fees - $15.00 per person (must enter with a partner).

Men's Adult Baseball Leagues

Entry forms will be available early March for the area's best and most prestigious baseball league in the Lansing Area. Leagues are offered in Men's 40 & Over (begins early May), Men's Majors Wood Bat (begins late May), and Men's 30 & Over (begins mid July).

Active Senior Softball Leagues

Lansing is home to the largest Senior Softball Leagues in mid-Michigan. Divisions offered in 50, 60, and 70 & over. Interested individuals looking for a team can call 483-4039 to be placed in our Free Agent book.

Men's Masters 50+ Basketball League

Fall and Winter sessions for this 5 v 5 league now managed through the Sports Office. Games are played Mondays at GierCommunity Center. Cost is $200 per team plus player and official's fees.

Brett Kaschinske
Parks & Recreation Dept.
200 North Foster Street
2nd Floor
Lansing, MI 48912

Here at Lansing Parks and Recreation we strive to provide all of the Lansing community with quality recreational opportunities. One way we do this is through our youth scholarship program. In the economic climate of today we are finding more families in need of this financial assistance. Your donation will help us ensure we are able to scholarship Lansing youth who request assistance.


Please visit the site above or click on our Facebook Site to link to the Go Fund Site