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    Pigeon Forge

    Fields & Facilities

The Ripken Experience™ Pigeon Forge is a state-of-the-art complex consisting of 6 youth/softball fields, all designed after historic professional ballparks featuring lights, batting cages, and bullpens. Each field features a synthetic playing surface used by professional and collegiate teams worldwide.

ESTABLISHED 2016

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    6 Fields

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    15 Batting Cages

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    12 Bullpens

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    2 Warm-Up Areas

Camden Yards

Camden Yards

Home of Baltimore Orioles

1992 - Present

Camden Yards

Dimensions

  • 278 ft

    Left

  • 326 ft

    center

  • 260 ft

    Right

Fun Facts

  • On September 6, 1995, Cal Ripken, Jr. played his 2,131st consecutive game, breaking Lou Gehrig’s all-time record
  • Every seat in the ballpark is green, except for two – one of which marks the spot of Cal Ripken, Jr.'s 278th career home run, most all-time among shortstops

Isotopes Stadium

Isotopes Stadium

Home of the Albuquerque Isotopes

2003 - Present

Isotopes Park

Dimensions

  • 222 ft

    Left

  • 262 ft

    center

  • 222 ft

    Right

Fun Facts

  • The stadium features a hill in center field, similar to the one formerly used in the Houston Astros' stadium
  • Isotopes stadium was previously used by the University of New Mexico and currently hosts New Mexico United home soccer games

Engel Stadium

Engel Stadium

Former Home of the Chattanooga Lookouts

1930 - 1999

Engel Stadium

Dimensions

  • 198 ft

    Left

  • 272 ft

    center

  • 216 ft

    Right

Fun Facts

  • Centerfield features a sloped hill, which was originally created to make up the difference in grade between the field and the street behind it
  • Harmon Killebrew is said to be the only man to hit a ball over the deepest part of centerfield

Fluor Field

Fluor Field

Home of the Greenville Drive

2006 - Present

Fluor Field

Dimensions

  • 211 ft

    Left

  • 254 ft

    center

  • 200 ft

    Right

Fun Facts

  • Modeled after Fenway Park featuring its own Green Monster in left field
  • Located adjacent to the Shoeless Joe Jackson Museum

Winston-Salem Ballpark

Winston-Salem Ballpark

Home of the Winston-Salem Dash

2010 - Present

Winston-Salem Ballpark

Dimensions

  • 202 ft

    Left

  • 260 ft

    center

  • 210 ft

    Right

Fun Facts

  • Over 26,000 bricks were used in the construction of the ballpark
  • The team name is a reference to the dash located in-between Winston and Salem, which is in actuality a hyphen
  • The Carolina League was founded in 1945, and at that time only one franchise can claim to have operated continuously since its inception; that franchise is Winston-Salem

Calfee Park

Calfee Park

Former Home of the Pulaski Yankees

1935 - 2020

Calfee Park

Dimensions

  • 250 ft

    Left

  • 267 ft

    center

  • 198 ft

    Right

Fun Facts

  • Located in a residential neighborhood so houses can watch games from their outdoor decks
  • Voted Best Rookie Ball Ballpark (2019, 2020)

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Entertainment

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Lodging

This is your family vacation, so you choose to stay where you're most comfortable - no restrictions.

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