For registration dates and pricing, please view the current brochure.
Fencing is an activity like no other. It is a very physical sport with split-second challenges for the mind. A fencer must not only cross blades, but match wits with their opponent. Fencing is often referred to as "physical chess" and, like a chess player, a fencer must learn to swiftly make moves and countermoves, using their mind and body in place of a chess piece. Many games let you pretend to cross blades with an adversary. Fencing lets you do the deed. Local competitions range from events for those age 8 and under to those for fencers age 70+. There is even wheelchair fencing! Truly, this is an activity you can continue your entire life. Besides, it’s sword fighting! How cool is that?
Fencing instruction is provided by John Trojanowski for people 7 and older. We offer intro and intermediate fencing throughout the year. Every session consists of 4, 1 hour classes. Equipment is provided.
Karate instruction is provided by American Society of Karate. Karate is offered for ages 5 and older and is offered year-round. Classes are one hour long. Classes are separate by belt color. The sessions vary in number of classes. As you gain self-confidence while learning art, sport, and self-defense of American Karate. To view our class video, visit our website at www.askkarate.com. There is a $40 uniform fee paid directly to the instructor.
Pickleball is a paddle-ball sport (similar to a racquet sport) that combines elements of tennis, badminton, and table tennis. Two or four players use solid paddles made of wood or composite materials to hit a perforated polymer ball over a net. Pickleball dimensions and layout is similar to a badminton court.
|Resident Membership||Resident Daily Drop-in||Non-Resident Membership||Non-Resident Daily Drop-in|
|55 years and older||Free||Free||$25/year||$5|
|54 years and younger||$95/year||$5 daily||$145/year||$8 daily|
Registration for our programs can be done online or in person at Hometown Heroes Park. To register online, an account is needed. To create an account please come to Hometown Heroes Park. If you are a League City resident you will need a valid ID and current water bill. If you are a non-resident, you will need a valid ID. If you have any questions, call 281-554-1180.
Creating an Account (Household)
Household accounts can now be created online. To create an account, visit: Online Parks and Rec Registration and click on new account and fill in the required fields. Please make sure to add everyone living in your household, including children. After setting up your household account, League City residents must email a copy of their water bill to Katrina Hersh at firstname.lastname@example.org to verify residency and have their account approved. Households must be approved before any registration can occur. Accounts can take up to 72 hours to be approved.
Accounts can also be created in person at Hometown Heroes Park. League City residents will need to bring in a valid ID and their League City water bill. Non-residents will need to bring in a valid ID.