1. Davenport Field At UVA
Davenport Field, 434 Lannigan Lane, Charlottesville, Virginia
Davenport Field is home to your University of Virginia Wahoos! This state of the art facility opened in 2002 and has been one of the most well run college baseball fields in the past decade.
2. Buck Bowman Park
Clover Hill Road, Dayton, Virginia
Photo: RCBL Twitter
Buck Bowman Park is situated right against the mountains just outside of Harrisonburg, Virginia. Home to the Clover Hill Bucks of the Rockingham County Baseball League, this field will give you an old school feel and is a great place to go watch a game!
3. Swanson Field at St. Anne’s Belfield School
720 Faulconer Drive, Charlottesville, Virginia
Photo: St. Anne’s Belfield Website
Swanson Field is one of the premier high school fields throughout the whole Mid-Atlantic. Always pristine playing conditions and facilities, opposing teams constantly marvel at the beauty and prestige of the field.
4. Cove Creek
6296 County Road, Faber, Virginia
Photo: Cove Creek Park Website
Cove Creek is a top of the line little league facility located a few miles south of Charlottesville. It houses great baseball and softball leagues and has even had a movie filmed on grounds!
5. Mcintire Park
McIntire Municipal Park, Charlottesville, Virginia
McIntire park is one of the busiest parks in all of Charlottesville. It plays home to several mens league softball games and one of the best little leagues in the area. The park also includes an awesome skate park and public golf course
6. RF&P Park
3400 Mountain Road, Glen Allen, Virginia
RF&P park is a state of the art baseball field located on the west side of Richmond. Less than ten years old this pristine field has housed several national tournaments and high quality high school games.
7. Lane Baseball Field
501 McIntire Road, Charlottesville, Virginia
Lane Park is one of the oldest baseball fields in the Charlottesville area. It is the former home of The Covenant School baseball team and now houses several youth leagues and tournaments throughout the area.
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