Ridgefield Outdoor Recreational Complex

Ridgefield Outdoor Recreational Complex

The Ridgefield Outdoor Recreational Complex is owned by the City of Ridgefield and the School District, the Complex is equipped with six versatile sports fields, accommodating soccer, baseball, softball, lacrosse, and football. Alongside these, there’s a playground, walking trails, and open areas. The Community Building, at the heart of this space, houses a concession stand. Its second floor, dubbed the Home Plate Club, is a spacious 2,500 square foot room with kitchen facilities, seating, and a prime view of the main baseball field, available for group bookings during Ridgefield Raptors games. The facility opened to the public in 2109.

Ridgefield Outdoor Recreational Complex Plans

This preliminary site plan for the Ridgefield Outdoor Recreation Complex shows the possible locations of new schools, sports fields, parking, a playground, trail connections and more. Graphic courtesy of the city of Ridgefield

Hours of Operation

The facility is generally open 8am. to dusk.

Parking

The Ridgefield Outdoor Recreational Complex offers two parking options for visitors. The primary parking lot is conveniently situated on Hillhurst Rd, directly across from the intersection of S Royle Rd. However, if you find this lot full, there’s a secondary option available at View Ridge Middle School, ensuring ample space for all attendees.

Ridgefield Raptors

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RORC serves as the base for the Ridgefield Raptors, members of the West Coast League. This summer league, designed for college athletes in the Pacific Northwest, schedules the Raptors for 30 home games between Late May and Mid August. We are dedicated to providing a delightful baseball experience for families at an affordable rate, especially within the captivating ambiance of the Ridgefield Outdoor Recreational Complex in Southwest Washington.

 

 

 

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