The Sportsplex has 17 fields, grassed with Tifway 419 Bermuda on all outfields and on 13 of the infields. The facility has been honored twice by the Tennessee Turfgrass Association for “Best Municipal Sports Fields” in the state. Many teams tell us they are the best fields they have seen among the various places they go.

Complex A – The field pod closest to Dr. F. E. Wright Drive, Complex A has five fields with a fence distance of 200 feet each. There are two all-dirt infields for 7-and-8-year-old coach-pitch games, as well as three grassed infields for 9-and-10-year-old baseball games. The complex also features a modern playground and a central pavilion area, providing a bit of sun relief, as well as a concessions stand and gift shop.

Complex B – The central five-field pod directly behind the main entrance of the Sportsplex, Complex B hosts baseball play for ages 11 and 12, featuring 250-foot fencing. The complex also hosts the facility’s main offices, its largest concessions stand, a picnic area and gift shop, and the pavilion where awards are distributed at a tournament’s conclusion.  Restrooms are located in the pavilion’s east side and a concessions/restroom building is also located in the center of B complex pod.

Complex C – This three-field pod contains 300-foot fencing and is the home base for games featuring ages 13 and 14 (54-foot mound distance, 80 feet between bases). It is located north of Complex B and features its own concessions stand/restrooms, as well as its own parking lot. Overnight RV parking is allowed in this lot, although there are no electrical or water hook-ups. A walking tunnel connects the Complex C parking lot to Complex D.

Complex D – This pod, located next to The Ballpark at Jackson (home of the Southern League’s Jackson Generals, an affiliate of the Arizona Diamondbacks), has four fields with 300-foot fencing.  Complex D also contains a concessions stand and restrooms. Field 15 and 16 have grass infields at 60 x 90 play. Field 17 has been modified to allow 60 x 90 play for 14-year-old baseball events.