Walter Odum Park is the home of the Clay County PAL, located at: 450 Parkwood Drive, Orange Park Fl 32073.

Here are the program’s major goals:

  • Preventing juvenile crime and drug use
  • Providing positive role models for youth
  • Developing discipline, self esteem and positive moral values through wholesome competition
  • Improving communication between law enforcement officers and the youth of our community 


Why do kids need the Police Athletic League?
Many youth in our community grow up with no positive contact with law enforcement officers. This lack of positive contact breeds distrust and fear. PAL provides positive role models for our youth and a drug free atmosphere for youth to play and learn.







P.A.L. Programs

  • Baseball
  • Pop Warner Football and Cheer
  • Softball
  • Flag Football
  • ​Law Enforcement Explorers
  • Summer Basketball

 How Can You Help The Police Althletic League?

 The Police Athletic League is a community effort  involving the Sheriff's Office, volunteers, local  businesses and area families. We encourage and  appreciate participation and all donations of time  or money.




About Us:





The Police Athletic League is a youth activities program operated by

deputies of Clay County Sheriff's Office and by dozens of volunteers. 

The Official Home of:

Police Athletic League of Clay County, Inc.

CH 754, Registered with the State of Florida in accordance with F.S.S 496

"Building Good Citizens for Tomorrow is More Important than Winning the Game Today"

Telephone: (904) 385-9390

PAL Coordinator:  Deputy Sheriff  Adam Geoghagan