The Villa Park area offers many youth sports and programs for kids of all ages, interests and skill sets. Here are some of the many youth programs, clubs and organizations in the area. From baseball, basketball and soccer to moms groups, Indian Guides/Princesses and charity leagues we got you covered.
Youth Programs and Sports
CA Speed Swimming
About: A Christian age group swimming program that welcomes all to the sport of swimming.
Cub Scouts Pack 850
About: Cub Scouts Pack 850 is chartered by the Villa Park Rotary Club and monthly at Cerro Villa Middle School. The cub scouts offer a family-friendly program designed for boys from Kindergarten to 5th grade and serve the Orange/Villa Park Community.
Indian Guides & Indian Princesses
Longhouse of the Orange Skies
714-744-5711 or 714-313-7388
About: Father/Daughter (Indian Princess) and Father/Son (Indian Guides) programs that help develop life-long bonds while camping, hiking, fishing, volunteering in the community, or attending a Daddy – Daughter Dance. Using Native American themes and values, Big Braves give their Little Braves and Little Princesses valuable learning experiences and cherished memories. Indian Guides/Princesses features Fall, Winter and Spring campouts to places like Catalina Island, Big Bear/Arrowhead, Yucaipa Regional Park and many other areas. Monthly events include pool parties, movie night, ice skate night, rocket launching, pinewood derby races, indoor rock climbing, archery, sports nights and much more. Many Villa Park dads and kids are a part of this organization.
About: The Martine Cotillions is a social development program for 3rd through 8th grades which gives young people a place to practice good manners both with adults and with their peers. Social development activities include: Dancing with a partner, shaking hands with an adult host, practicing polite conversation or learning the techniques of dining etiquette.
About: The National Charity League is a non-profit organization comprised of mother and daughter members. The NCL fosters mother-daughter relationships through philanthropic work that also includes leadership and cultural experiences.<
About: NYLM provides a unique program of leadership, service, culture and protocol opportunities, for the young men in their community, while at the same time strengthening the mother-son relationship.
National Junior Basketball
PO Box 7104
Orange, CA 92863
About: Villa Park NJB provides a competitive and balanced recreational basketball program for boys and girls in kindergarten through 8th grade. VP NJB is a non-profit organization and is a youth basketball league sanctioned by National Junior Basketball. Primary emphasis are sportsmanship, teamwork, and healthy competition.
About: NCBL runs Summer, Fall, Winter and Spring Leagues from ages 4 to High School. Games are played at Yorba Linda High School, Travis Ranch Middle School and at other gyms in the Yorba Linda area. Parents often send their kids to NCBL over NJB to start as kids can play games as early as Kindergarten on lower rims whereas NJB only offers clinics at that age level.
Orange American Youth Soccer Organization
AYSO Region 1335
About: For 5 to 12 year old boys and girl soccer players. Everyone plays means that no kid spends their soccer experience sitting on the bench. Every kid plays at least half of every game.
Orange-Canyon Girls Softball
PO Box 5166
Orange, CA 92866
About: OCGS provides an enjoyable and memorable experience for players of all skill levels. To teach and develop excellent softball skills and to gain an appreciation for and knowledge of the game of softball.
About: Orange County Shooting Stars is a youth basketball program that is run by experienced coaches and that is for beginning and advanced boys and girls basketball players. The program consists of a competitive developmental league as well as an interactive skills clinic that are both run during the Spring, Summer, and Fall seasons.
Serving the cities of Orange, Villa Park, Anaheim, Tustin and Santa Ana. Spring League sign-ups open November 1st with practice beginning in February with games in late February through late May. Fall League registration begins in April with practices and games played beginning in September through November.
Orange Junior Soccer Club
About: OJSC offers every type of soccer experience from a program dedicated entirely to players with special needs to a competitive program that offers the most skilled players an opportunity for success at the highest levels of play, and five recreational programs that span the entire year (Winter, Spring, Summer and Fall).
ORCA – Orange Regional Competitive Aquatics
About: ORCA is a year-round competitive swim team affiliated with USA Swimming, offering competitive swim programs and swim lessons to all ages and abilities. Swim practices are at Orange and El Modena High School.
About: A 6 vs. 6 non-contact coed youth flag football league. Divisions by grades 1-2, 3-4, 5-6, 7-8.
About: This is a youth wrestling club for 5-13 year olds in the Villa Park/Orange area focusing on introducing young people to the sport of wrestling and developing an interest in the sport.
Villa Park Little League
17853 Santiago Blvd. 107-239
Villa Park, CA 92861
About: Provide a safe, instructional, and fun environment for the children or Orange and Villa Park. VPLL offers Tee-Ball (4-6) through Majors (11-12). VPLL is truly a community activity with an opening day parade and ceremony and The Taste of Villa Park held at the Villa Park Town Center with benefits going towards the Little League. Many parents come for their kids game and wind up staying longer for the social aspect.
About: The VP Moms group if for moms of kids 0-5. They offer activities such as park days, stroller walks, home play dates, field trips, crafts and even Moms Night Out. The VP Moms group is part of the Villa Park Women’s League.
About: A competitive baseball team for 6th, 7th and 8th graders. Tryouts are typically in early June. Contact VPHS baseball for more info.