Dublin Area Athletics
In conjunction with Dublin City Schools and the City of Dublin Recreation Services, Dublin Youth Athletics (DYA) provides youth participants with a variety of recreational and competitive sports. DYA is an association of parent volunteers and offers youth leagues in baseball, softball, tee-ball, golf, basketball, lacrosse and volleyball. Visit www.dya.com for more information.
The Dublin Football League (DFL) offers football for boys in grades 1-5. For more information visit www.dublinfootball.org.
The Dublin Soccer League offers fall and spring outdoor soccer recreation programs for children 5 to 19-years-old. Both travel and recreational programs are available. For more information, call 614-793-8320 or visit dublinsoccer.net.
The Miracle League of Central Ohio provides a custom-designed venue for special needs children to play baseball. The diamond, located at Darree Fields Park, 6259 Cosgray Road, incorporates a cushioned, synthetic surface with base paths, bases, batters’ box, pitcher’s mound, and home plate painted on the surface. This design eliminates barriers for children who are visually impaired, wheelchair or walker restricted, or who use any type of mobile device. The baseball season runs three months annually starting in May. For more information call 614-777-2222, ext. 6256 or visit www.ohiomiracleleague.org.
Dublin Community Recreation Services (DCRC) offers organized league sports including softball, basketball, volleyball, bocce, badminton and tennis. Adults, teens and youth have the opportunity to take golf and tennis lessons. Open gyms are available throughout the year. For more information call the DCRC at 614-410-4550 or visit www.DublinOhioUSA.gov/recreation.
Fun on the River
The City of Dublin is committed to providing residents access to waterways. Currently there are three formal access points for canoes and Kayaks in Dublin:
- Amberleigh Community Park
- Dublin Springs Park
- Emerald Parkway Bridge Parking Lot (beneath 1-270 on Riverside Drive)
Additionally, fishing is permitted and encouraged in all City of Dublin ponds, with three parks offering formal fishing access:
- Amberleigh Park
- Donegal Cliffs
- Kiwanis Riverway Park
A fishing license is not required in City of Dublin ponds, but is required when fishing in the Scioto River or its direct tributaries.
Dublin's Skate Park
Open Daily from Dawn to 11 p.m.
Dublin's new skate park located south of Perimeter Drive near the justice Center is now open. The new park incorporates features for all ages, styles and experience le els for both skateboarding and rollerblading.
Moving to Dublin