Park Safety/waiver

Safety First

All BallPark facilities carry risks for players and spectators. Flying objects including balls / bats are some of those inherent concerns. We recommend all spectators to sit behind our large backstop screens, observation decks and to be aware at all times.

All teams are required to have team insurance and all visitors must sign our park waiver. If any injuries occur – please immediately notify the umpire and the site director. An injury report must be filled out and if an ambulance or is needed – we will help facilitate that asap. 

At all times , children should remain supervised by their parent/custodian. Please no running , throwing of balls outside of field of play, digging holes, climbing fences, breaking bathroom stalls, playing or climbing bleachers , throwing trash on the ground, or any event that could lead to possible injury. As always – obey all the park rules and enjoy the event .

Thank you for your cooperation

Park Rules

  • No Metal Cleats

  • No gum / chewing tabacco or seeds

  • No Smoking

  • No Alcohol

  • No Tobacco Use

  • No Pets

  • No Outside Coolers ( 1 team cooler allowed)

  • No Heating or Cooling Units of Any Kind

  • No bicycles, scooters, roller skates, skateboards, hoverboards

  • No public music players or noise makers in the stands nor the dugouts/fields

  • No outside food/drink

Park Rules

Each team is required to have proof of insurance with them at all times. Proof must also be provided to Adventure Sports and Entertainment prior to the tournament. The insurance certificate must have no less than $2,000,000 General Aggregate and $1,000,000 for Each Occurrence. The insurance certificate must have “Adventure Sports and Entertainment” listed as the certificate holder and additionally insured.


The roster size can be unlimited for the number of players on the team. There can be no more than 3 complimentary admitted coaches allowed in the tournament. A team can add to the roster all the way up to the first game. If an unforeseeable circumstance happens during tournament play where a coach needs to add to his roster he must immediately submit his reasoning to the tournament committee and the committee will then either grant or deny his request. A player can be on the roster for two different age groups, but not on multiple teams within a single age group. If a player’s name shows up on multiple rosters, he/she must designate which team he/she is officially on. If a player is not on the roster and is playing in a game that player will be immediately ejected from both the current game and the rest of the tournament. The current game will NOT revert back. Play will continue as it was at the point of ejection. You MUST submit a roster in order to play your first game.


Any foul language, arguing, berating. or unbecoming actions towards any umpire can result in either temporary expulsion or permanent banning of the facility.


Teams are to bring their own practice balls for the batting cage and warm-up. Teams also should bring helmets, bats, gloves, catcher’s gear, first aid, and other equipment that may be needed for your team. NO METAL CLEATS!

Adventure Sports is not responsible for any lost, stolen, or unattended personal items/equipment or any damage by balls/athletes/games. If you are worried about foul balls – please park accordingly.