All programs at the Kent County Community Center require a
Facility Access Card for patrons twelve years of age and older.

To mail–in or drop off a registration form, please download the registration form here.
(unless there is a registration form listed with a specific activity)

A Facility Access Card is required for all patrons (ages 12 and older)
who are participating in or attending activities held at the Community Center. A Facility Access Card is not required for attendees of private rentals (meetings, birthday parties, etc.) or public events such as youth basketball games, tournaments, and special events, however, they will be required to sign in on our attendance sheet.



Youth programs administered by Parks and Recreation often have a limited number of spaces for participants.  Please inquire about early registration for all programs by contacting the Parks and Recreation office at
410-778-1948 or email

View the Kent County Parks and Recreation registration policies here.


No youth will be denied participation in any Kent County Parks and Recreation administered program due to financial restraints.  Scholarships are available based on financial need.  Call the Parks and Recreation office at 410-778-1948 for information or email

Download Application Form


The six pillars of character are instrumental in the success of all programs offered by Kent County Parks and Recreation.  All program participants are encouraged to promote the six pillars of character: trustworthiness, respect, responsibility, fairness, caring, and citizenship.  Failure of any participant to follow the examples set forth in each pillar may result in expulsion from Kent County Parks and Recreation programs.


Currently, several of our recreational youth and adult sports are offered in surrounding public school facilities.  Working closely with the Board of Education, the Department of Parks and Recreation has several generous facility contracts with Kent County High School, Kent County Middle School, Galena Elementary, H.H. Garnett and Rock Hall Elemenatry Schools.  These facilities are utilized by the Department of Parks and Recreation primarily on weekday evenings.



In an effort to accommodate the many weather related closure inquires to the main line, Kent County Parks and Recreation has a WEATHER CANCELLATION HOTLINE in operation for all of its programs.  Recorded information will be updated daily between the hours of 12 pm and 3 pm as weather conditions warrant.


Kent County Park and Recreation is a member of The Mid-Atlantic Recreation & Parks Sports Alliance. Each year MARPSA recognizes one administrator, one official, one coach, and one athlete from each participating region for “not only good sporting behavior, but also actions made on and off the field that put athletes first, assuring a positive sporting environment”.

If you would like to nominate an administrator, coach, official, or athlete you feel is deserving, call 410-778-1957 or email

Download Athlete Nomination Form here.
Download Coach Nomination Form here.
Download Volunteer Nomination Form here.
Download Officials Nomination Form here.


Effective July 1, 2011, the Maryland General Assembly passed legislation (HB858/SB771) requiring concussion awareness and management for organized youth sports programs at public school sites and local parks. This bill requires that concussion awareness information be provided to coaches, school personnel, students, and parents/guardians, in collaboration with the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, local boards of education, and other experts and stakeholders.

View a summary of Maryland HB858/SB771 here.

For information and materials for use for youth sports programs, please visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Website below.

You may also call 410-778-1957 or email


Kent County Parks | 11041 Worton Road  P.O. Box 67| Worton, MD  21678 | Ph: 410-778-1948 |