Sports & Fitness
Massena Youth Soccer (Registration Links Below)
Grade Prek-Grade 10
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Massena Youth Football
Massena Youth Football runs from August to early October. The program is offered to players in grades K-6. Practices and Games are held at Alcoa Field. Information about the program can be found at their Facebook Page: www.facebook.com/MYFL13662/
Massena Minor Hockey Association
The Massena Arena serves as base camp for the Massena Minor Hockey Association (MMHA) which teaches kids the skills of hockey, the thrill of competition and the value of teamwork. The MMHA is a member of USA Hockey, you can learn more about the program by visiting the MMHA website or contacting a member of their board. The Arena is also the home of Massena High School Hockey.
Massena Basketball Association
The purpose of the Massena Basketball Association (MBA) is to provide an organized, nurturing instructional basketball program for the youth of the Massena New York area -- with an emphasis on sportsmanship and fun. Through well-designed drills and practices, the MBA's House League offers divisions for kids in grades K - 2, 3 - 4 and 5 - 6. As they master playing skills, competition is added to improve their overall understanding of the game, playing as a team and the essentials of sportsmanship. A Traveling League is offered to expose participants to other organized basketball programs, to challenge players at higher skill levels, while promoting community pride and sportsmanship. Traveling Teams are formed for grades 5 - 6, 7 - 8, 9 - 10 & 11 - 12. For current schedules and more information, visit the www.massenabasketballassociation.com. Visit their Facebook page: www.facebook.com/MassenaBasketballAssociation
Massena Figure Skating Club
The mission of the MFSC is to promote the artistic, recreational, and competitive aspects of figure skating as well as to create, maintain, and enhance a healthy and positive environment in which our members can develop physically and emotionally while building character through the sport at all ages. For more information visit their website at: http://massenafsc.org/
Spring and Summer Sports
Girls Youth Softball
there are two girls' softball fields located at Gerry Cullen Field (across from Danforth Place Park) and another two next to the Massena Arena. Girls are divided into age appropriate groups and begin with skill training in the Arena in early April before moving onto the fields for further instruction and games. Season ends mid June. For more information, contact Gary Gushlaw at 315-250-2340.
You'll find two diamonds at Alcoa Field Recreation Park (one under the lights), two at Bushnell Park (one under the lights). Women's Leagues play mostly Monday and Tuesday and Men's Leagues play Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Sunday. Tournaments are often held on the weekends at either of the two sets of Fields. Massena is a great Adult Softball community having many different levels of play.
Massena Little League Baseball
Hundreds of boys and girls enjoy Massena Little League Baseball -- from tee ball, to coach-pitch and beyond; beginners to all-stars. You'll find one regulation field and a tee ball field at Springs Park and two Little League diamonds at the North Main Street Park. In addition to Little League play, the Recreation Baseball Program helps kids learn the finer aspects of the game from members of the Massena High School Varsity Baseball Team beginning in early July. For this year's schedule, contact the website www.massenalittleleague.org
Massena Minor Lacrosse
MML runs from April to mid June and is open to Boys and Girls from Pre-K to Grade 6. Practices are held during the week and games and play days are played on weekends in Massena and other local communities. Information for the upcoming season will be posted here an the Massena Recreation Facebook Page.
Jogging and Walking
There is no doubt about it... one of the things that makes Massena special is that we are a community of walkers, joggers and stroller pushers. For exercise, relaxing after a family meal or to socialize, you'll find many residents out and about on our village sidewalks and residential streets.
John Story Trail - One of the favorite walking & jogging spots in Massena is the John Story Trail. The illuminated trail is 1.5 miles of crushed-stone and encircles Massena High and Nightengale Elementary Schools property (that now includes a few strength training stations). Grab a friend and pick up the trail from the parking lots at either Nightengale or the High School; or, where Churchill, Sherwood or Nightengale overlap the school property. If you're more inclined to jogging on a track, you can also enjoy seasonal access to the track located on Massena High School's campus.
Follow the St. Lawrence - Richards Dike (next to the Massena Town Beach) and Whalen Park Trail (Route 131 in neighboring Louisville) offer gorgeous treks along the St. Lawrence River.
For more of a hike, take to the Massena Nature Center trails that wind through the Robert Moses State Park on Barnhart Island. Or, if less rugged terrain is your preference, join the St. Lawrence Centre Mall Walkers Club for your brisk walk, year-round.
Tennis and Basketball Courts
You'll find four tennis courts at Alcoa Field Recreation Park off of Woodlawn Avenue, as well as a basketball court. Tennis Courts are open Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays (Most Fridays) until 8pm. Tuesdays 8am - 3pm and Sundays 3pm - 8pm.
Come join a growing group of players in the area. The Massena Arena will be hosting pickleball at the arena during non-ice months on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays at 9am. This is also played at our Pickleball Courts at ALCOA Field. Equipment will be available to use at the Massena Arena.
You will find a growing number of skaters at the Massena Arena from 9am-10am weekdays for a Seniors only "Golden Skate". Cost is $2 per session or $20 for unlimited monthly sessions.
You'll also find 4 community outdoor rinks through the winter -- located at the annex next to the Arena, at Alcoa Recreation Field off of Woodlawn, next to the Danforth Place Park, and on Howard Street.
Snowshoeing, Cross Country Skiing, and Sledding
Snowshoeing and Cross Country Skiing treks are great exercise and many outdoor enthusiasts with their own equipment use the Richards Dike Trail. For those needing free rentals, the Massena Nature Center trails that wind through the Robert Moses State Park on Barnhart Island are great for groomed runs.
Sledding hills are plentiful in Massena but the two most popular spots are the Hills at Massena's Springs Park and those in between the Massena Intake and Massena Town Beach. Test your sledding skills at either of these great locations!