Rueger Park Softball Complex
Rueger Park Softball Complex consists of approximately 24-acres of primarily athletic fields. Located south of the National Guard Armory, it is named after former Adjutant General James Rueger, a softball enthusiast. There are four lighted softball diamonds featuring turf infields, fences set 300 feet into the outfield, scoreboards, bleachers and spacious covered dugouts. A play structure is situated between two softball fields and is covered with safety netting to protect children from stray balls. A central pavilion has a covered shelter, restrooms and concession stand.