Doubleday Sports Complex Project

Doubleday Sports Complex Project2018-12-16T19:42:09+00:00

Economic Stimulus and Regional Enhancement

The Doubleday Sports Complex will address the current shortage of playing field space within the Sheridan community and add capacity to host new events. Located at the north gateway to the city, the park will enhance our community entry area and attract visitors traveling through on Interstate 90.

The Doubleday Board of Directors is working in close partnership with the City of Sheridan and community user groups to design a destination that meets the needs of athletes across age and sport.

With your support, we will create a space where all ages and abilities may gather to have fun and make memories!

Project Overview

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  • 4 Little League: 46-60’ & 50 -70’ Base Paths
  • Babe Ruth, 13-14 yr. old Base Path capable
  • 4 Adult fields for Men, Women & Coed
  • Tournament specs: 300’ with 46-60’, 50-70’, 54-80’ Base Paths
  • 2 Competition & Tournament Specs: 210’ x 260’ – High School 3A &4A, College
  • 1 Junior Field: 200’ x 300’
  • Multiple Flex-use Fields: U12 – 240’ x 150’; U6 – 90’ x 50’
  • 8 outdoor pickleball courts
  • Little Guy Football – dedicated practice fields for all players
  • Fields suitable for any age player
  • Sports camps
  • State tournaments
  • Trainings
  • Cross-country running
  • School field trips
  • Outdoor learning
  • Recreation management experience
  • Multi-sport facility
  • On-site walk/run path that connects with Sheridan Area Pathways system
  • Flexible field layouts for practices, games, competitions & sports
  • Spectator seating
  • Hospitality and information plaza with donor appreciation area
  • Family and play areas
  • Concessions – including multi-use kitchen which may be rented
  • Lighting and turf in some designated areas
  • Restrooms
  • Parking