Virginia’s diamonds have played host to the Annual ISSA World Championships, USSSA Baseball Global World Series, ISF Senior World Cup Adult Slow-Pitch Softball Championship, Triple Crown U.S. Baseball Championship, and NSA Girls’ Fast-pitch World Series just to name a few. It doesn’t matter if you prefer slow pitch, fast pitch or curve balls: you’ll feel at home in Virginia at one of our many parks and sports complexes.
Phillip A. Bolen Memorial Park—Leesburg
Located in Loudoun County, this 405 acre regional park features four 300-foot softball fields, two 90-foot baseball diamonds with 300-foot fences, three multi-use skinned baseball diamonds with 200 foot fences, six large soccer fields and two football/lacrosse fields. The park site also houses picnic areas, trails and approximately 200 acres of natural woodlands. Read more.
Botetourt Sports Complex—Botetourt
The Botetourt Sports Complex is a state-of-the-art facility located only 25 minutes from downtown Roanoke and features four 300-foot championship level softball and youth baseball fields, all with beautiful views of the Blue Ridge Mountains. The fields are arranged around a central, three-story tower with space for tournament operations, scorekeeping, concessions and restrooms. Read more.
Harbor Park Stadium—Norfolk
Located on the Elizabeth River and Home of the Norfolk Tides, the Triple-A affiliate of the Baltimore Orioles, Harbor Park has one baseball field and can hold up to 11,856 people. The playing field is quality Bermuda grass with adequate drainage and an all dirt infield. Read more.
James I. Moyer Sports Complex—Salem
Nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains, this four diamond sports complex hosts many events which draw state and national athletes. Special amenities include dugouts with restrooms, concessions, lighting, sound system, portable fencing and much more. Read more.
RF&P Park—Glen Allen
This complex features seven Bermuda grass fields in which five are youth fields, convertible for baseball or softball, each with 200-ft fences. One dedicated youth baseball field with grass infield and one 60/90 grass infield baseball stadium that can hold over 850 people. Amenities include lights, concessions, restrooms, scoreboards, press box and shelters. Access to tents/tables/chairs is available for tournaments. Read more.
Deep Creek Park—Chesapeake
The park offers four multi-purpose fields as well as four tournament quality lighted baseball fields. Three are bronco league fields and one is a pony league field. Other amenities offered include a dog park, ADA-accessible play area, picnic shelters and a trail for walking/hiking. Read more.
Potomack Lakes Sportsplex—Sterling
This complex located in Northern Virginia contains four lighted, irrigated softball fields with 300 foot permanent fences and 200 foot temporary fences, skinned infields and bases from 60/70 feet. Six adult-sized soccer fields are also available as well as a multi-function building with umpire and staff areas, large concession area with outdoor seating, restrooms and sound system. Read more.
Princess Anne Athletic Complex—Virginia Beach
This facility contains eight lighted tournament-quality softball fields with hybrid Bermuda outfields and seven multi-purpose playing fields. Base paths can be set up to 70’ and pitching rubbers can be set up to 53’. The complex also features two full-service concession stands which are open during league play and tournaments. Read more.
Located about 10 minutes from Richmond International Airport, this complex features 15 Bermuda grass fields; six are softball compatible and eight are baseball compatible. Amenities include lights, concessions, restrooms, scoreboards, press box and shelters. Access to tents/tables/chairs for tournaments is also available. Read more.
Stoney Run Athletic Complex—Newport News
This baseball/softball facility contains five fields with skinned infields and can accommodate up to 70’ base paths. Although primarily used for softball, this great facility also host youth baseball, youth soccer, and field hockey. Amenities include lights, restrooms and concessions. Read more.