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FAQ About Little League

What park do I play at? 

The way Little League boundaries are set-up, you play at the park closest to your home.  For exact boundaries please contact the Mike Crow, District Administrator, at 575-1147.

Where are the parks?

Chaires-Capitola Community Park, 4768 Chaires Cross Road;  Northwest Leon, Canopy Oaks Community Park, 3250 Point View Drive;  Fort Braden Community Park, 15100 Blountstown Highway;  Woodville Community Park, 7575 Old Woodville Highway; Miccosukee Community Park, 15011 Cromartie Road.

What do I need to bring to registration? 

A copy of each participants birth certificate, proof of residence (copy of utility bill),  and payment (cash or check only).

What are the different age groups? 

5-6 year olds play Tee Ball.   If you have played one year of Tee Ball though, you are eligible for Coach Pitch which is comprised of 7-8 year olds.   9-12 year olds play Minor or Major league Baseball and Softball.  Minor and Major is determined by age and/or ability.  13-14 year olds play in the Junior League Division, and our oldest group is the Senior League with 15-16 year olds. 

When are the practices and games?

Each park is different and each season is different, but for the most part games and practices are on week nights after 5:30pm, and on Saturdays. 

How long is the season? 

The Tee Ball and Coach Pitch seasons run approx. 6-8 weeks with 1 game a week.  The Minor through Senior Leagues run 6-8 weeks with 2 games a week.  Minor through Senior League players are also eligible for Little League All-Stars which runs throughout the Summer.

How do I become a volunteer coach, manager, or umpire?

Bring a copy of a valid government issued photo I.D. (a copy of your driver's license would be fine), and fill out the needed forms at registration.

Leon County Division of Parks and Recreation
Director: Leigh Davis
2280 Miccosukee Road
Tallahassee, Florida 32308
(850) 606-1470
(850) 606-1471 (fax)