This new baseball field and stadium, built in 1997 for the Salem-Keizer Volcanoes, includes seating for 4,000 in several classifications: 13 luxury skyboxes, box seating, reserved seating, and general admission, with a picnic area along the third base line available to all fans. Concession facilities are evenly distributed throughout the stadium and allow for visibility of the playing field. Public restrooms and the ticket booth are ADA accessible and there is parking for 1,800 vehicles.
Separate clubhouses, dugouts, and bullpens are provided for home and visiting teams and there are team training areas and several team administrative offices. For media coverage there is one main press box and three radio broadcast booths, in addition to designated areas for television and print media at the field level.
1999 Honorable Mention Award, American Institute of Architects, Salem Chapter
***Ranked #1 baseball stadium west of the Mississippi and 4th in the nation
by Baseball America Class A Short Season Ranking, 2004