With a growing youth baseball program, the Jamestown Parks and Recreation needed to improve their dilapidated existing fields and facility.

  • The original stadium was built in 1917 and named McElroy Park. After a fire destroyed the stands in 1991, the stadium was rebuilt to resemble the former stadium
  • McElroy Park is the home to youth baseball, fastpitch softball, high school and college baseball and softball programs as well as amateur leagues
  • The field renovations will consist of three phases. These phases will provide renovations to the youth complex and Jack Brown Stadium
  • EAPC assisted during fundraising with renderings
  • The first phase of the renovations consist of two feature fields, both with turf infields and lighting, Gould Field, a Babe Ruth field and a Cal Ripken/fastpitch softball fields, as well as a parking lot, and new concessions building
  • New 1,100 SF building includes concession stand, restrooms and umpire room with a paved patio area for youth baseball games and tournaments
  • Daylighting, native plants and landscaping used in site design around concession stand