Southeast Park Stadium and Complex

Little League® Southeast Park was built and completed in 2010. Southeast Park features a 2,500 seating bowl with an additional hill-side seating available beyond
the outfield that can handle another 2,500. The permanent seating includes chair back seats directly behind home plate and bench style seating stretching down
both baselines. A metal roof provides shade in the seats from dugout to dugout. A newly added covered pavilion area, with ceiling fans, can be found past right field.

The stadium itself was modeled after Volunteer Stadium in South Williamsport, PA., home of the Little League Baseball® World Series. Southeast Park features sunken dugouts located under the seating bowl, plus a scorekeeper’s area and large umpire room within the stadium’s well. It is lighted by Musco Sports Lighting and has bullpens on field level for each team.

Two scoreboards are also available at the stadium. The main scoreboard, located in left-center field, is a full-function scoreboard that includes line score for team’s
runs, hits and error totals, at-bat display and current pitch count displays for each team. A small scoreboard is situated above the press box that shows the score and inning to those in the outfield.

Southeast Park

  • Important Dates

    Dedicated:

    First Softball Game:

    First Baseball Game:

  • Dimensions

    Left Field 225 ft.
    Left Center Field 225 ft.
    Center Field 225 ft.
    Right Center Field 225 ft.
    Right Field 225 ft.
    Home Plate to Backstop 25 ft,
    Outfield Fence Height 4 ft.
  • Capacity

    Seating Bowl 2,500
    Outfield Hill 2,500
  • Playing Surface

    Infield and Outfield Tifway 419
    Behind Home Plate TifTuf™ Bermudagrass