Join us for Challenger Day, an adaptive baseball experience for children in grades K-5.
Challenger Day provides individuals with intellectual and physical disabilities an opportunity to engage in a variety of baseball activities and access to an indoor training facility. All instruction and clinics are modified based on the individual’s needs. This event also allows for participants to participate in other outdoor and sensory related activities and games.
Challenger Day is held outdoors at Tuckahoe Park, so please dress appropriately for weather. The event is free, but registration is required.
For more information, please contact Henrico Recreation & Parks at REC-Events@henrico.us or 501-7275.
The event is free, but registration is required.
Registration is only required for the child participant, and they will select one time slot to play baseball.
Registration is now open and the deadline has been extended!
Registration will close at 4:30pm on Nov 3.
Will there be appropriate accommodations?
Yes! There are handicap-accessible bathrooms, paved wheelchair-accessible pathways, and ADA-compliant buildings. We also have more than 100 dedicated volunteers in the park that day to help children navigate the event!
When do I have to register by?
Pre-register by November 3 (4:30pm). *New deadline
Can families come and participate in the event?
Yes! Families are encouraged to come and support their child in this experience. All are welcomed to participate in the outdoor and sensory activities. The baseball game and clinic is reserved for registered children only.