Field Locations

Updated Friday January 30, 2015 by Nashua Cal Ripken Baseball.

Amherst Middle School
14 Cross Rd
Amherst, New Hampshire
United States 03031
Notes: Middle School with a softball & baseball fields behind it.
Notes: '70 Baseball field located behind Amherst Middle School. There is parking on the dirt road between the middle school and Souhegan Regional High School.
Brookline Ball Park
11 Frances Dr
Brookline, New Hampshire
United States 03033
Notes: Public park with beach volleyball courts, a small playground for kids and 2 baseball fields.
Notes: '70 baseball diamond located in Brookline Ball Park and used by Hollis-Brookline Cal Ripken youth baseball league.
Depot Rd Fields
45 Depot Rd
Hollis, New Hampshire
United States 03049
Notes: Public park that has youth baseball fields, a track & tennis courts used by Hollis-Brookline Cal Ripken youth baseball league along with youth soccer, lacrosse, field hockey and tennis programs.
Notes: A '60 baseball diamond used by Hollis-Brookline Cal Ripken.
Notes: '70 baseball diamond used by Hollis-Brookline Cal Ripken.
Erion Park
Robinson Rd.
Nashua, New Hampshire
United States 03062
Notes: A small public Park with a baseball field, basketball court and a playground. Located near Haywards Ice Cream off Robinson Rd.
Notes: A '60 baseball field used for Rookies & T-Ball level games and practices.
Greater Nashua Little League
50 Grand Avenue
Nashua, New Hampshire
United States 03060
Notes: Baseball fields designated to Greater Nashua Little League by the Park & Recreation Department in the City of Nashua, NH.
Notes: A convertible 50'x70' and 60'x40' baseball field managed by Greater Nashua Little League.
Greeley St Park
2-8 Greeley St.
Hudson, New Hampshire
United States 03051
Notes: Public Park with basketball courts, a baseball field and playground for young children.
Notes: A '70 baseball diamond utilized by Hudson Cal Ripken.
Hampstead
25 Holiday Lane
Hampstead, New Hampshire
United States 03841
Notes: Home of Quintown 3
Hampstead AAA/Minors field
Kingston
13 Exeter Rd
Rt111
Kingston, New Hampshire
United States 03848
AAA/Minors Field
Kirkpatrick Park
Shady Lane
Nashua, New Hampshire
United States 03062
Notes: 2 baseball fields, tennis courts, basketball courts & a playground. Located in front of New Searles Elementary School.
Notes: '60 ft AAA & Minors baseball field across the street from New Searles Elementary School. Named after Coach David Drescher, formerly known as "Lower Shady" field.
Notes: A '60 baseball field used by Minors, Rookies & T-Ball teams. Located right in front of New Searles Elementary School.
LAFA Fields
6 Sargent Road
Londonderry, New Hampshire
United States 03063
Notes: '60 & '70 Ft Baseball Fields used for regular season & tournament play in Londonderry, NH.
Notes: '60 baseball field in the Londonderry, NH LAFA complex. It is the field on the left side of the park entrance across the street from the tennis courts and adjacent to Hale Field.
Notes: '60 baseball field in the Londonderry, NH LAFA complex. It is the field with the inset dugouts on the right side of the park entrance across the street from the tennis courts. Adjacent to Founders Field
Lincoln Park
Greenlay St.
Nashua, New Hampshire
United States 03063
Notes: Public park with 5 baseball fields, a soccer field & a playground. Can be accessed from Coliseum Ave or Greenlay Street (both off of Broad Street).
Notes: Fenced upper '60 field used mostly for Rookies games and practices - Part of Lincoln Park
Notes: '70 Majors fenced-in & lighted baseball field. Located on the lower half of Lincoln Park.
Notes: A '60 baseball field used for Minors level practices and games located on the upper level of Lincoln Park.
Notes: This field is located on the lower level in front of Lincoln Park adjacent to the outfield of Jackson Field, next to the soccer field. This field is designated for T-Ball only. The best parking for this field is on the Coliseum Ave. side in front of the Mine Falls bridge.
Notes: The '60 fenced in field located in the top part of Lincoln park. Used mostly for AAA Games, practices and 9-10 year old tournament play.
Lions Field
13 Water St
Hudson, New Hampshire
United States 03051
Notes: Convertible '60-'70 field maintained by Hudson Cal Ripken.
Nashua Public Library
2 Court St
Nashua, New Hampshire
United States 03060
Notes: Monthly Public Board Meetings are held in the theater downstairs at the Library on the 1st Monday of every month.
East Room (Downstairs)
Notes: Nashua Cal Ripken holds board meetings on the 1st Monday of every month in the Theater downstairs at the Nashua Public Library. All are welcome to attend, as this is a non-profit league overseen by a volunteer panel of publicly elected board members.
New Boston Town Forrest
399 Old Coach Rd
New Boston, New Hampshire
United States 03070
Notes: Public forrest area where there is a '60 baseball field used by New Boston Cal Ripken.
Notes: '60 Baseball field in New Boston, NH
North Common
Greeley St.
Nashua, New Hampshire
United States 03063
Notes: Located behind Holman Stadium, North Common consists of a public pool, 3 baseball fields and a football field.
Notes: A '60 fenced in baseball field located behind Holman stadium. Primarily used for T-Ball level of play.
Notes: A '60 baseball field that is not fenced in and is located behind Holman Stadium. Primarily used for Rookies level of play.
Richard Maghakian Memorial School
Maghakian Memorial School
22 Milford St
Brookline, New Hampshire
United States 03033
Notes: Elementary School with a playground and '60 baseball field used by Hollis-Brookline Cal Ripken.
Notes: A '60 baseball field used primarily by Hollis-Brookline Cal Ripken.
Robert H. Murray Field
Don Newcombe Way
Nashua, New Hampshire
United States 03064
Notes: A '70 baseball field used by Nashua Cal Ripken, a nationally chartered not for profit youth baseball league (associated with Babe Ruth Baseball). This field was named after Robert H. Murray who was a professional baseball player for the Washington Senators. He retired in Nashua and gave back to the community through years of service to the local youth baseball programs, when he passed away the City of Nashua named this field in his honor.
Russell Memorial Field
Haines St.
Nashua, New Hampshire
United States 03060
Notes: Located behind Dr. Norman Crisp Elementary School, this park has 3 youth baseball fields, a soccer/lacrosse field and a playground.
Notes: A fenced in '60 baseball field used for AAA & Minors levels practices & games.
Notes: A '60 baseball field, not fenced in and located in front of Haines St. Field 1. Primarily used for Rookies level of play.
Notes: A '60 baseball field directly behind Dr. Crisp Elementary School. Used primarily for T-Ball level of play
Sandown
1 Griffin Hill Circle
Sandown, New Hampshire
United States 03873
Notes: Home of Quintown 1
Sandown AAA/Minors field
Sandown Majors field
St. Andrew's Park
Harris Rd.
Nashua, New Hampshire
United States 03062
Notes: Public park in South Nashua, NH. There is a concession stand and clubhouse, Matt Dube '70 Majors field, a batting cage and playground.
Batting Cage
Notes: '70 Majors baseball field.
Swanzey Cal Ripken Fields
120 South Rd.
Swanzey, New Hampshire
United States 03446
Notes: Baseball fields where Swanzey Cal Ripken hosts their tournaments.
Notes: 70ft baseball field used for tournament play in Swanzey, NH.
Notes: 70ft baseball field used for tournament play in Swanzey, NH.
Twin Bridges Park
487 Daniel Webster Highway
Merrimack, New Hampshire
United States 03054
Notes: Twin Bridge Park is near Merrimack Town Center. The park has a lighted field that hosts all Cal Ripken tournaments played in Merrimack. It shares a parking lot with Kids Cove Playground and the Merrimack Youth Association Building. From the Common Man Restaurant (Exit 11 off of the Everett Turnpike) travel 2.1 miles north on DW Hwy.
Notes: Bise field is a convertible 60' 70' field in Twin Bridge Park near Merrimack Town Center. It is Merrimack Cal Ripken's showcase lighted field that hosts all Cal Ripken tournaments played in Merrimack. It shares a parking lot with Kids Cove Playground and the Merrimack Youth Association Building. From the Common Man Restaurant (Exit 11 off of the Everett Turnpike) travel 2.1 miles north on DW Hwy.
Wheelock Park
101 Park Ave
Keene, New Hampshire
United States 03431
Notes: Public Park used for Cal Ripken tournament play.
Notes: The 70ft field located in Wheelock Park.
Notes: 60 ft baseball field located in Wheelock Park.
Notes: 60 ft baseball field located in Wheelock Park.