The Pleasant Valley Recreation and Park District recognizes various organizations that offer both mainstream and alternative activities to the community. These organizations are governed by their own board of directors or operate as contractors within the district. These organizations and contract operators work with the District to provide activities to the community.
PVRPD has a written agreement with each organization. They are also required to attend a PVRPD Board Meeting each year to provide an annual update and financial statement.
The links below provide shortcuts to the sports organizations PVRPD works with.
2017 Youth Sports Annual Calendar
AYSO Region 68
Region 68 is located in Camarillo, California and is part of Area W, Section 10. Their Region comprises more than 300 teams with over 2,500 boys and girls ages five to 18 participating in their fall and spring leagues. Pleasant Valley Fields is home to Camarillo AYSO Region 68.
For more information, please visit the AYSO Region 68 http://www.camarilloaysosoccer.org/.
For the adults, they offer an adult soccer league that plays at Woodcreek and Pleasant Valley Fields. http://www.camarillosoccer.org/
Camarillo Community Band
The Camarillo Community Band always welcome new players. Any adult who plays a band instrument is welcome to join. High school students may audition to join the band.
For further information on the Camarillo Community Band or to schedule a high school student audition, please contact Dan Rhymes at 805-484-8050, email at email@example.com
Camarillo Cosmos Track Club
The Camarillo Cosmos Youth Track and Field Club is open to all athletes, regardless of ability, ages 6-14. The focus is on creating a fun and safe environment, while teaching techniques to improve individual performance. Practices and home meets are held at Adolfo Camarillo High School. The season runs from February through May. Team practice is 2-3 times per week. Meets are held on Saturdays during March, April and May. The Cosmos compete against six other youth track clubs located throughout Ventura County. Collectively, the teams make up the Ventura County Youth Track Conference.
For more information, please visit the Camarillo Cosmos website http://www.camarillocosmos.org/
Camarillo Cougars Football Club
The Camarillo Cougars program is dedicated to giving players and cheerleaders’ instruction in areas such as fundamentals, skill training, tactical decision making, and position play. Participants also learn the meaning of camaraderie, team play, sportsmanship, and spirit. Training is a combination of individual and game-related instruction in addition to encouraging honor, integrity, confidence, and creativity in performing the learned skills. The students are also taught to thrive under the pressure of game situations.
For more information, please visit the Camarillo Cougars website http://camarillocougars.np.sportspilot.com/
Camarillo Council On Aging
The City Council, in 1978, formed an advisory board, the Camarillo Council on Aging (CCOA), for the purpose of providing senior residents in the city of Camarillo a mechanism to make formal recommendations on matters of concern to the City Council and the Ventura County Area Agency on Aging. The CCOA is run by a five member Executive Board. The CCOA publishes a “Senior Resource Guide” that can be found on-line or at the Senior Center. Along with the Pleasant Valley Senior Center they host an annual 50 Plus Expo at the Community Center in May, where over seventy-four vendors provide information and services. Click here to link to the Senior Resource Guide. Board Meetings will be held the third Tuesday of each month.
For more information and meeting dates, the Camarillo Council on Aging can be reached at: (805) 910-7453, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Camarillo Eagles Soccer Club
The Camarillo Eagles Soccer Club is a highly-competitive club soccer organization. The Eagles play in the Coast Soccer League and have teams for boys and girls ages 7-19. They play year-round and host three tournaments as well as fundraising efforts. The organization plays their games at Pleasant Valley Fields and Valle Lindo Park.
For more information, please visit the Camarillo Eagles Soccer website at https://www.eaglessc.com/
Camarillo Girls Softball Association
The Goal of Camarillo Girls Softball Association is to provide a safe and fun atmosphere where the girls can learn sportsmanship, and enjoy the game of Softball. Their guiding principle is to ensure that we consider the impact on all our membership and not any select group.
For more information, please visit the Camarillo Girls Softball Association website at http://www.camarillogirlssoftball.com/home
Camarillo PONY Baseball Association
The Pleasant Valley Recreation and Park District recognizes the Camarillo PONY Baseball Association as a Community Service Group and allows them use of Bob Kildee Community Park and Freedom Park as their primary baseball facilities.
For more information, please visit the Camarillo PONY Baseball Association website at http://www.cpba.org/
Camarillo Youth Basketball Association
Recreation League Program
The Camarillo Youth Basketball Association (CYBA) is a seasonal recreation league that is made up of teams comprised of children from Camarillo. The boy’s leagues are separated by grades 3 – 8 plus a high school league. The girl’s “junior league” is for grades 3 – 5 and a “senior” league for grades 6 – 8. The CYBA is a competitive recreation league with a regular eight game season followed by a championship playoff. All registered players are placed on a recreation league team (there are no “tryouts” or “cuts”). Skill assessments for new players are required so that fair and balanced teams can be created. Games are on Saturdays and playing time requirements ensure that every team member plays. Teams are given one hour of week-night gym time for practice.
Freedom Park BMX Track
Whether you want to race or simply want to ride, Freedom Park BMX Raceway provides great BMX riding and racing opportunities for participants of all ages and abilities.
· Grab your bike and GO! This schedule may change on short notice. Please... ALWAYS CALL BEFORE YOU HAUL! (805) 824-7854.
· The easiest way to get started is to come down to the track with a bike (please make sure it is in good working condition), a long-sleeve shirt, long pants, enclosed shoes and an approved bicycle helmet. Any bicycle including mountain bikes is permitted on the track.
· Track Hotline: (805) 824-7854. For more information visit: www.freedomparkbmx.com/
Freedom Park Inline Hockey Arena
Roller Hockey League
· Adults (18+) can play one of two ways: Organized Adult Leagues play on Wednesday nights at 7pm. League fees are $175 for a three month season. Players are assigned to a team depending on skill level and position. As always, goalies play for free. If you’re interested in bringing your own team, contact director Patty Rogozinski.
· ALL players are required to carry AAU Insurance through the Amateur Athletic Union. To sign up for AAU’s low-cost plan, visit: https://www.aausports.org
· Once your insurance paperwork is completed, e-mail a copy to director Patty Rogozinski at: email@example.com
· Youth Clinics are to be held on Mondays & Wednesdays 5-6pm. Each class is $10 and players will work with the coach on stick handling, passing techniques and developing teamwork. Call Patty at (805) 660-0462.
The Ventura County Derby Darlins practice and hold bouts throughout the year at the facility. Roller derby is a full-contact sport played by two teams of five members’ roller skating in the same direction around a track. Ventura County Derby Darlins are always recruiting skaters and officials; we will teach you to skate or train you in a non-skating position based on your interest. We practice from 7-9pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays and compete in bouts on Saturdays about once a month. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information, or check out our website at vcderby.com!
Freedom Park “Roadrunners” Remote Control Track
Established in 1974, the Roadrunners R/C Club has been bringing Remote Control racing to the Ventura County community. Our facility is a landmark in the Remote Control world, and has hosted many sanctioned State and National events for NORCCA (National Organization for Racing Radio-Controlled Autos) and ROAR (Remotely Operated Auto Racers).This is a public facility during the week; however the Roadrunners R/C Club moderates and maintains the facility under our discretion governed by an agreement with the Pleasant Valley Recreation and Park District.
Visit website at https://www.roadrunnersrc.com/
Friends of Camarillo Dog Parks
The Friends of Camarillo Dog Parks is a Community Service Group of the Pleasant Valley Recreation and Park District. Their mission is to support the improvement, designation, construction, and insure the retention of multiple safe and legal off-leash locations to socialize and exercise our canines within the City of Camarillo. For more information about the FCDP please visit their website at http://www.camarillodogparks.com/
Pleasant Valley Co-Operative Pre-School
Since 1968, the Pleasant Valley Co-Op Preschool is a non-profit organization that has provided an educational environment for Camarillo’s children. Our school serves families that are seeking high participation in their child’s pre-school years while keeping tuition cost low. With the guidance of our knowledgeable teachers and parents, we collectively use our talents and skills to provide meaningful experiences in our classrooms. For more information please visit www.pvcoop.org
Pleasant Valley Swim Team
The Pleasant Valley Swim Team (PVST) is a year-round competitive swimming organization. Although separate entities, the swim team works in conjunction with the District, specifically with Pleasant Valley Aquatic Center, to provide a comprehensive swim program for local youth. The team has been swimming at PVRPD pools for over 35 years. PVST is a member club of USA Swimming and the Southern California Swimming committee.
Swimmers are divided into seven groups based on age and skill. Members range in age from 6-18 years old. Practices are held weekdays and times vary based on group level. Please refer to PVST’s website for specific practice times. Typical practice time ranges from 4-7pm, Monday through Friday.
How to Join
Many PVST swimmers graduate from Pleasant Valley Aquatic Center’s Swim Lessons before becoming a member. Swim lessons provide a strong swimming foundation for youth interested in joining the team. PVST accepts new members aged 6-18 on an ongoing basis. A swim tryout is required for prospective new members for a minimum skills assessment and group placement. If you, or someone you know, is interested in joining PVST, please contact us via the email address or visit our website.
Tim Hedrick, Head Coach
Pleasant Valley Swim Team
United States Youth Volleyball League
United States Youth Volleyball League (USYVL) practices are on Wednesday evenings and games on Saturday mornings in the spring and fall.
Practices are held at the Community Center Park at 1605 E. Burnley Street.
For more information and registration information visit the USYVL at https://www.usyvl.org/