Looking for ways to stay active and have some fun? You can sign up now for any of the fantastic leagues and programs at West Mobile County Park.
Terri Mosley from West Mobile County Park joined us on Studio10 to give some insight into what is all offered at the facility.
Below is a list of some of those programs.
Programs offered at WMCP
Youth soccer, football, cheerleading, girls t-ball, girls coach pitch, and girls fast pitch. The girls program are hosting The 2nd Annual Wounded Warriors Tournament. April 13th
Adult softball program
Men, ladies, co-ed, and church leagues. Largest church league in the State. (32 teams) play on Friday night.
New leagues offered this year
Kick Ball, 40 and over, and 16" co-ed
To find out more about these great leagues you can visit the West Mobile County Park Facebook page or log on to its website www.mobilecounty.gov
West Mobile County Park
2275 Leroy Stevens Road
Mobile, AL 36695
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