The City of Norton Shores Parks & Recreation Division coordinates several recreational programs for its residents as well as non-residents. (Resident participants are those living in Norton Shores or Roosevelt Park. All others are considered non-residents.) Additional information about each of the programs may be found at the program pages below or by calling or visiting the Parks & Recreation office in Norton Shores City Hall, 4814 Henry Street, Mondays through Fridays, 8:00 am – 5:00 pm, 231-799-6802. Scroll down to view each individual program.
The City of Norton Shores offers weeknight slowpitch leagues for both Mens and Coed teams. In 2018, we will also be hosting several NSA-sanctioned weekend slowpitch tournaments. Both regular leagues and tournaments play at the beautiful, groomed fields at Ross Park.
We offer leagues for players from K - 1st year college student, divided up into 3 age-divisions. All practices and games are at the Lakeshore Sports Centre, and are on full-ice.
Little Cheers & Poms
For K - 3rd graders, the Little Cheers & Poms program is a combination class with students learning both an assortment of cheers and a short dance routine. The class is offered in 8-week sessions in both the spring and fall and takes place on Saturday mornings in the Community Room in the Norton Shores Branch Library building on Seminole Road.