Welcome to Ken Tyburczy, our new Recreation Director!

Ramsey Recreation offers a wide variety of programs for all ages as well as many seasonally themed special events.

Sports Programs

Sports programs for children include basketball, lacrosse, and wrestling. Sports programs for adults include men’s and women’s softball leagues.


Check back often for downloadable flyers for all recreation activities. Flyers for current activities are found below:

On-Line Registration:
On-line registration is available for recreation activities.
Register here: CapturePoint

Sports Organizations

The following sports programs are governed by their own organizations and not the Recreation Commission. Please click on the link below to take you to website for registration and participation information. 

Ramsey Baseball (RBSA)

Ramsey Softball (RBSA

Ramsey Football (RJFA)

Ramsey Cheerleading

Ramsey Hockey

Ramsey Travel Basketball

Ramsey Lacrosse

Ramsey Soccer (RSA)

Travel Soccer - Hotspurs FC

Ramsey Swimming


Throughout the year, recreation offerings include foul shooting contests for boys and girls, the spring egg hunt, Home Run Derby, and the Halloween parade and costume contest. 

The annual Jack McKeown Ramsey Run (both 5K and 10K races) continues to attract hundreds of racers. Summer Camp at Finch Park provides activities for young campers each and every summer.

Payments & Refunds

Please note that refunds will not be issued as per borough policy.  However, should a refund be deemed necessary, an administrative fee will be subtracted from the refund.  All checks should be made payable to the Borough of Ramsey.  Participants must pay for their inclusion in all recreation activities for which a fee is due.

Recreation Commission

Monthly meetings (third Monday of the month) of the Recreation Commission are open to all residents, and suggestions for new activities and programs are always welcome.


       00000001                                     ramsey run

        Jack McKeown                             Jack McKeown & Former Mayor John Scerbo      
                                                                      at the finish line of the Ramsey Run