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The Savage Recreation Division offers a number of opportunities for adults to participate in athletic events. All of our leagues offer multiple nights of play, draft lists for those not able to get enough people for a team, and much more.
If you would like any one of the league packets emailed to you, contact Chris Dill at 952-224-3421 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Grab some friends and join us for a new adventure - Pickle Ball! The City of Savage has converted several tennis courts to house our Pickle Ball courts at three locations.
We are in need of one or two volunteers that would be willing to help run this program. That would involve helping set-up the portable courts, organize the players as they show up, and assist with teaching any new players on the rules and game play. If you or someone you may know might be interested, please contact Chris Dill at 952-224-3421 for more details.
The Spring/Summer Open Play Pickle ball season will start May 6 at Canterbury Park (13444 Inglewood Ave.). Open Play allows participants of all ages and skill levels to play people of like ability in rotating games. No registration required, and all equipment is provided and available in the large metal storage box attached to the court fence. Contact Chris Dill at 952-224-3421 for the lock combination.
Schedule (May - September)
- Mondays - 6 - 8 pm
- Tuesdays - 8 - 11 am
- Thursdays - 8 - 11 am
Two bocce courts were installed at Savage Community Park located near the skate park. Teams of 2 to 4 play double-headers early May through July. Two leagues are offered and any gender combination is accepted. Each league is self officiated and can have up to 8 teams. The registration deadline is Friday, April 14, 2019.
The Manager's meeting is Wednesday, May 1 at 6:30 p.m. at McColl Pond Environmental Learning Center located at 13450 Dakota Ave. We will go over new rules, policies, schedules, etc. Please make sure a team representative is present.
SORR (South of the River Recreators) is offering another opportunity for adults to relive their days on the playground playing everyone's favorite game of Kickball. SORR Communities (Apple Valley, Burnsville, Eagan, Lakeville, Savage, Farmington, and Rosemount) are offering this unique league for ages 18 years and older to form co-rec teams. Games will be played at Savage Community Park on Wednesday or Thursday evenings. We have multiple leagues that will last about 9 weeks.
10 people are allowed on the field at once, 5 males and 5 females, but can have up to 20 on your roster. Games will be played between 6:15 - 10:15 p.m. The season will begin early May and end late July. Teams will officiate their own games.
The manager's meeting will be held Wednesday, April 10 at 6:30 p.m. at the McColl Pond Environmental Learning Center, 13550 Dakota Ave.
The 2019-20 SSC dome league begins November 6 and runs through January 1. We offer a Men's open league which will run for 8 weeks with double-headers playing 16 games. Games will be played at Savage Sports Center (13450 Dakota Ave.).
If you are interested in purchasing a new sanctioned USSSA bat or looking to see if your bat is legal, please check out the USSSA website and under the Licensed Equipment - New Bat Rules and click the appropriate link.
If you are an individual looking for a team, call the Parks and Recreation office at 952-224-3420 to be placed on a draft list
The seven communities of SORR (Savage, Apple Valley, Burnsville, Eagan, Farmington, Lakeville, and Rosemount) are teaming up to offer a doubleheader traveling bean bags league this summer. There will be three different divisions (Competitive, Intermediate, and Novice/Beginner). Each week the league will be hosted in a different community on Wednesday evenings for 7 weeks and then playoff rounds. The season will begin June 5.
Registration begins March 4 - May 10. For more information please call Recreation Services Manager, Chris Dill at 952-224-3421.