With Tri-Township Park, ​Tri Township LibraryRealms of Gaming and endless other attractions that appeal to adults and children, Troy, IL has so many things for kids to do!  

lessons & teams

Baseball, Softball, and T-Ball (Troy)
Teams for Pre-K-High School.

Mini Camps (Troy)
July 6th-9th:Tee Ball ages 4-6, Bball & Softball Grade 1-3, July 13th-6th: Tee Ball ages 4-6, Bball & Softball Grade 4-6 $22  
Camps are in the evenings during the week.  View Flyer

Little Knights Basketball (Troy)
A developmental basketball program open to Boys and Girls enrolled in grades 2-6 in the Triad School District.

Energy FC (Troy)
Improve technical ability, knowledge, physical capabilities, and psychological awareness through training and game conditions.  Staff provide instruction, encouragement, challenge, and praise. Players will be taught the importance of being a good sport.

Southern Illinois Revolution Soccer Club (Various)
Focus on enjoyment of playing soccer, hard work, and a fun environment for competition and creativity.

Twin Bridges Lightning Hockey (Troy)

Tri Township Park District
  • Soccer
  • Baseball
  • Softball
  • T-ball
  • Football
  • Tennis
  • Sand Volleyball
  • Indoor Pickleball

Titan Cheer (Troy)
Learn correct motions, jumps, formations, pyramids, cheers, a half-time dance, and a full routine.  Each squad follows 1 team.  Seasons consists of 9 regular games with possible play-off games on a Saturday or Sunday.  $130.00-$170.00

Titans Football (Troy)
Team practices are scheduled by head coach at Titans Field. Practices are generally held on Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday evenings.  Tri-County will issue a game schedule that begins in mid to late August. Teams will play one game per week on Saturday or Sunday, with the exception of 12U (7th grade) who plays some during the week.

Taking care of dogs

A Cut Above Pet Salon (Troy)
Specialize in scissor trims, nail polish, dremel pedicures, de-shed treatments, and special programs for bath, brushes, and maintenance.

Canine Country Inn (Troy)
Located on a 50 acre farm. Kennels are 4x8. Dogs have several walks and a lot of play time throughout the day.  Small dogs $15/day.  Large dogs $20/day.  Xlarge dogs $25/day.  

Tri-Township Park (Troy)
Has a large pond with fish, ducks, and swans, 4 playgrounds, fishing, a pedestrian bridge, shaded benches, covered picnic areas, BBQ grills, paved stroller friendly walking trails, baseball fields, soccer fields, tennis courts, sand volleyball, a gaga ball area, frisbee golf, a remote control car park, restrooms, and a skate park.  Pet friendly.

help or get help

Partners 4 Pets (St. Jocob/Troy)
Saturdays from 11-3 scheduled curbside adoptions.
Accepts donations of Purina One dry food products for both cats & dogs.  Donors can leave food at the front door of the shelter. 

Spencer Pet Rescue (Troy)
Dedicated to placing homeless dogs and cats into permanent, loving, and responsible homes.

Equipping the Called (Troy)
Provide clothing, undies/diapers, and toiletries for children through foster parents, those in Safe Families, children identified by law enforcement, school administrators, medical staff or clergy in Southern Illinois.  Volunteers can sort clothes, act as a personal shopper, prepare items for pick-up, and do light housekeeping.

​Bags to Mats (Troy)
Take plastic bags and make them into mats for the homeless. Meets on Tuesdays @ 5–8pm at the Troy Public Library.