Sports Fields


The Versailles-Woodford County Parks & Recreation Department manages and maintains all sports fields located at Woodford County Park.  With 10 baseball and softball fields and the Community Stadium, our facilities are widely considered some of the nicest in the state.  

Our small but mighty maintenance crew works year round to manage the baseball and softball fields. Whether its mowing, raking, dragging, seeding or even capturing the rogue ground hog or mole, they take great pride in ensuring that our fields are not only safe, but are first class facilities for the youth and families of Woodford County.

The Community Stadium, located just behind Falling Springs Center, is home to the WCHS football team, boys’ and girls’ soccer teams and boys’ and girls’ lacrosse teams as well as Woodford Youth Football teams and the older divisions of Bluegrass Soccer Club.  The field, build in 1985, received a significant upgrade in 2014 with the addition of a synthetic turf field, making the field playable year round.

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There are 10 baseball/softball fields located at Woodford County Park. Click HERE for a map of the baseball/softball fields.  The fields are designated by numbers, which are mounted on the fencing of each field.

Best suited for softball and 9-12 year old baseball, this field has a dirt infield.

Best suited for 9-12 year old baseball, this lighted field is the only field for youth players with a grass infield. It has a bull pen just outside the fence along the third base side and batting cages are beyond the outfield fence.

FIELDS 3 & 4:
These fields are primarily used for tee-ball age players and younger. They have dirt infields.

This field was the first field built at the park and is suitable for baseball and softball players between 8-12 years old.  It has lights and a dirt infield.  A bull pen is just outside and along the right field fence and batting cages are further out from the bull-pen toward the outfield (the batting cages are shared with Field 2)

This field is best suited for baseball and softball players 7-8 years old and has a dirt infield.

Originally build as the WCHS Softball field, this field has portable pitching mound so it can be used for 9-12 year old baseball and as well as softball for ages 9-18. It has lights and a dirt infield.  There is a bull-pen just outside the right field fence and a batting cage outside the left field fence. 

Originally designated and still often referred to as Veteran’s Field, Field 8 has lights and is utilized for multiple sports and ages. Built for adult league softball, it has s deep outfield fence and a dirt infield.  It has portable mound that can be used for baseball games and base pegs suited for ages 9 through adult. This field is also utilized for our NFL Flag Football program as well as our 3 and 4 year old Start Smart program.

This field is the WCHS Softball team’s home field.  It is the newest field to be built in the park and boasts lights and a brick dust warning track.  This field used during the WCHS softball off-season by softball teams only and is suitable for ages 9-18.

Field 10:
Home of the WCHS Baseball team, this is a full size baseball field with a grass infield and brick dust base paths. Use of this field is limited in high school off season, used only for tournament play and select other events.

Field 10 is officially named Chandler Baseball Field in honor of Woodford County native, AB “Happy” Chandler. Chandler is a Woodford County legend, having served as Governor of Kentucky as well as the second commissioner of Major League Baseball and inducted in the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1982.  

The Community Stadium, located behind Falling Springs Center, includes a turf field surfaced lined for football and soccer as well as home and away bleachers, a field house, restrooms, storage and press box.

The stadium, built in 1985 and renovated in 20XX, is home to the WCHS Football, Soccer and Lacrosse teams as well as Woodford Youth Football, Bluegrass Soccer Club (older age teams) and Parks & Recreation’s Sunshine Summer Day Camp program.