Northern California’s premier baseball field and playground for children and adults with disabilities
Where We Play: Field and Playground Site
The Miracle League North Bay complex sits within Lucchesi Park in Petaluma, California and is designed specifically for children and adults with disabilities.
The field, a cushioned synthetic turf to prevent injuries, provides easy mobility around the bases without obstruction and allows players to enjoy games in a safe and unencumbered fashion. The base paths, bases, batters’ box, pitcher’s mound, and home plate are painted on the surface. This design eliminates barriers for players who are visually impaired, use a wheelchair or walker, or use any other type of mobile device.
The dugouts, concession stand, picnic pavilion, and restrooms are wheelchair accessible. All surfaces are completely flat to eliminate any barriers to wheelchairs, crutches, braces and those who are visually impaired. The field also includes an electronic scoreboard and P.A. system for announcing games.
The parking area is circular in design for easy drop-off and pick-up for players with multiple handicaps and van parking spaces are available. We encourage you to park in the Petaluma Community Center Parking Lot located on N. McDowell Blvd.
Petaluma is a central location for the North Bay. There are over 50,000 children and adults with disabilities less than 40 miles from the Miracle League North Bay Site. These individuals did not have access to an adaptive baseball field. We are proud to welcome Sonoma, Napa, Lake Solano, Contra Costa, Alameda, Marin, and San Francisco Counties to the Miracle League Field and Playground. Come play ball!