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Aug. 31, 2021
419 posts
Sunset Park

Hi All:

This year the 65M division is playing at Sunset Park in Vegas. I have never played at this one or heard much about it so can someone tell if it has turf infields or how this one ranks compared to the others in Vegas.

Thank You:

Aug. 31, 2021
886 posts
If you're flying into Las Vegas, Sunset Park is the one you see out the left side windows just before touching down on the runway.

The park covers a lot of acreage, but the softball fields are near the intersection of Sunset Rd & Eastern Ave
Fields 5-6 sit on the Sunset Rd side of the park (across the street from McDonalds)
Fields 11-14 sit on the Eastern Ave side of the park.

Fields 5-6 and 11-14 are about a 4 minute walk from one another.

All 6 have dirt infields and grass outfields.
11-14 have standard restrooms and more shade.
5-6 have a spot-a-pot and less shade.

I hope this helps.
Aug. 31, 2021
Men's 55
278 posts
Tim you forgot:

Fields 5-6 have large deep cut infields and
Lots of Goose Shit in the outfield.
Aug. 31, 2021
419 posts

Thanks Tim:

They sound like OK fields. I assume 300' fences. Probably fast infields if they are dirt.

Sept. 1, 2021
Men's 65
2369 posts
I always liked Sunset park, but the sun is real bad at certain times on certain fields. Take your welders glasses #3 to help see if you are in the outfield.
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