Wallace Marine Park Softball Complex200 Glen Creek Road NW, Salem, Oregon, U.S.A.
STEP INTO OUR OFFICE.
Why should you consider Wallace Marine Park in Salem, Oregon?
Because we invented awesome.
Built in 1986, the Wallace Marine Park Softball Complex was the first star complex constructed in the whole country. Its five natural, lit fields are surrounded by shaded and grassy park areas. Each playing field has its own electric scoreboard and fully automatic irrigation. The 300-foot fields are also adaptable to Little League and youth baseball.
Lights on All Fields
Green & Shady Park Areas
There is seating for more than 1,000 spectators, including an elevated grandstand and portable bleachers. Park amenities include more than 400 parking spaces, a covered playground, permanent restrooms, and full concessions. Twelve satellite playing fields are close by.
The park provides a comfortable playing experience with a cool breeze coming off the river, ample shade trees, and low humidity. Situated in one of the most striking and delightful locations in the Pacific Northwest, Wallace Marine Park is roughly one hour from Portland International Airport and just minutes from fine dining, scenic vineyards, tax-free shopping, and enumerable recreational destinations.
Incredible things happen here.
Map to Wallace Marine Park
Maps to Satellite Playing Fields
Map to 1776 Titan Drive NW, Salem, OR 97304
Map to 1910 Church Street SE, Salem, Oregon 97302
Map to 1001 Leffelle Street SE, Salem, Oregon 97302
765 14th Street NE, Salem, Oregon 97301
Map to 2373 Kuebler Blvd, Salem, OR 97302
Map to 595 Chemawa Road N, Keizer, Oregon 97303
Map to 1920 Wilmington Avenue NW, Salem, Oregon 97304
About Wallace Marine Park
In 1956, Paul Black Wallace left 24 acres of prime riverfront land to the residents of Salem. Today, Wallace Marine Park is a beautiful 68 acres tucked along the west bank of the Willamette River, and the Wallace Marine Park Softball Complex is its spectacular centerpiece. Other modern park amenities include a netted playground, a boat ramp, and soccer fields.
A typical day at the park will include the chance to see an osprey soar with a fish in its talons to the chicks nestled high atop one of the light posts. Large cottonwood trees line the river. Wallace Marine Park offers a glimpse of the great Oregon outdoors, yet it is also only a short walk over the pedestrian bridge to downtown Salem, Oregon’s capital city.
During the glorious summer months, average high temperatures in the Willamette Valley hover in the comfortable mid-80s.
We love it here. We know you will, too.