With 26 diamonds and 31 multi-purpose fields, 3 indoor fields and 8 indoor courts across 400 acres, Grand Park is the largest sports complex of its kind. Whether you’re planning a youth baseball or basketball tournament, or a national soccer championship, your teams, parents and fans will be treated to top-notch amenities that can only be found at a complex of this magnitude.
A Look Inside at Grand Park
Grand Park’s impressive lineup of playing space and amenities makes it an ideal tournament and event host. In 2017, Grand Park hosted a variety of events including Indiana Soccer State Cup, US Club Soccer Nationals, NXT Sports’ “The Grail” Lacrosse tournament, USA Archery Outdoor National Championships, Amateur Baseball Championships, Perfect ÍGame Super25 Midwest Qualifier and the 4th Annual Softball Game Day.
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- Westfield Welcome Hospitality Program
- Variety of both grass and synthetic field types on both field and diamond sides of the park
- State-of-the-art irrigation and drainage
- Almost 500,000 sq. ft. of indoor facility space geared towards year-round competition
- Lighted playing fields
- 1.5 million annual visits to the park
From the moment we pulled up, I knew Grand Park was going to be different. We had seen pictures and videos before but they certainly do not do this place justice. From the total amount of fields, plentiful parking and beautiful permanent facilities, Grand Park truly is an event director’s dream.
– Ryan Long, Director of Events at NXTevents
Grand Park is one of the most impressive baseball venues I have been to in the country. The design of the park makes it easy to run multiple baseball tournaments of all age groups. The staff was very helpful with whatever I needed throughout the tournament. I highly recommend attending a baseball tournament at this facility; you will be impressed.
– Justin Hlubeck, Western Tournament Director/Scouting
We were impressed with the facility’s overall look; clean, open fields that are well-maintained, good parking, easy to find, good management team, close proximity to hotels and restaurants with a variety of price points and easy access to Indianapolis airport.
– Sheri Rhodes, National Events Manager at USA Archery
1. Grand Park Events Center
The 370,000 square foot Grand Park Events Center opened in the summer of 2016 and is now the centerpiece of the 400-acre Grand Park Sports Campus. The center features three full-sized professional turf fields (115 by 75 yards each), a 45,000-square-foot warm-up area, a spectator lounge, retail space, locker facilities, office and meeting space, and the park’s administrative offices. It also includes multi-use space for trade shows, live entertainment, conventions and special event programming, including large indoor field sports events in the massive 370,000 square-foot facility.
2. Jonathan Byrd’s Fieldhouse
Jonathan Byrd’s 88,000-square-foot Fieldhouse opened in January 2016. It features eight full-size basketball courts, including one NBA regulation-size. There are three HD cameras on every court with 12 Wi-Fi hotspots throughout the facility.
A mezzanine level is available for viewing and a full-service restaurant is on-site. Additional amenities include four shoot-a-way machines and sponsorship opportunities
on every court. The fieldhouse is currently home to Indianapolis Diesels semi-pro basketball team, Indy Juniors Volleyball Club and George Hill Rising Stars, Inc.
In 2016, Jonathan Byrd’s Fieldhouse will host the prestigious Nike EYBL Tournament; AAU Super Regional; USJN – Hoops in the Heartland Tournament; USJN – Indy 100 Tournament; Adidas Mother’s Day Tip Off; George Hill Rising Stars Invitational; Rick Mount Shooting Day Camps; and multiple USSSA Basketball events.
Grand Park features 26 diamonds total. Eight of these diamonds – labeled D1 through D8 – have college dimensions; four are grass and four are synthetic. Five of these eight diamonds offer lights (four synthetic and one grass). D1’s dimensions are: 330 feet down the lines and 400 feet to center. D2-D8’s dimensions are: 320 feet down the lines and 390 feet to center.
In addition to these eight diamonds, Grand Park offers four grass Flex Diamonds for 13U-14U level of play. D9, D10 and D12 dimensions are: 275 feet down the lines and 350 feet to center. D11 dimensions are: 300 feet to left, 290 feet to center and 235 feet to right.
There are six softball diamonds with skinned infields. Portable mounds can be used for 12U and below (grass). D21-D26’s dimensions are: 200 feet down the lines and 215 feet to center.
Out of the eight junior diamonds at Grand Park, four are grass and four are lighted synthetic diamonds. D13-D20 dimensions are: 215 feet down the lines and 245 feet to center.
4. Multi-purpose Fields
Grand Park features 31 multi-purpose fields – seven synthetic and 24 engineered Kentucky bluegrass. All seven synthetic fields and one championship grass field (F1) have lights.
Players, coaches, referees and fans enjoy seven concession stands. Each stand is equipped with a second level that offers a 360-degree view of the complex and is used for meetings, bookkeeping and scouting. For seating, each diamond has two sets of permanent stands with a capacity of 30 per stand.
An administration building is located on each side of the facility and offers space for officials, teams, classrooms, etc. Both buildings are identical in design with one large conference room that can be broken into two smaller breakout rooms, and one small conference room. There are restrooms and locker-room facilities in both of the buildings.
Getting to Grand Park
Less a half hour north of Indianapolis, two hours from Louisville and Cincinnati, three hours from Chicago and Columbus. The complex is easily accessible via US-31 and I-465 East and West.