Built in 1992, Walnut Creek Softball Complex contains nine (9) fenced, halogen lit diamonds with skinned infields and hybrid grass outfields. All fields have underground irrigation. Fields 1-5 are located on Wheel 1 and fields 6-9 located at Wheel 2.

Park Features

  • Enclosed dugouts
  • Telephones located at each field that goes directly to the control Tower
  • Aluminum bleacher seating that can hold up to 1000 spectators
  • Wireless internet connection
  • Temporary fencing available (extra fees and a 60 day notice apply)
  • Public Address system throughout the entire complex
  • Scoreboard for each field
  • Emergency medical services located approximately 1½ miles from complex
  • Basic first aid equipment available
  • There is no fee to watch regular “City” league games
  • During tournaments and special events a gate and/or parking fee will be charged except for players, umpires, and staff in uniform

Facility Rules:

  • NO alcohol or firearms are permitted on City of Raleigh property
  • NO pets are allowed
  • NO bikes, skates, skateboards, rollerblades permitted inside of the park
  • DO NOT leave children unattended without adult supervision
  • NO smoking in plaza or surrounding areas (only permitted in parking lot area)
  • NO overnight camping
  • NO open flame or portable generators

Park Activities

Walnut Creek Softball Complex has hosted events such as:

  • Host to the City of Raleigh’s adult spring and fall softball programs
  • Special Olympics World Games
  • NC High School Athletics Association Fast-Pitch State Championships
  • NCAA Division III Championships
  • PONY Girl’s Fast pitch National Tournament
  • NC State Women’s Softball
  • Shaw University Women’s Softball
  • St. Augustine’s University Women’s Softball
  • ACC Women’s Softball Championships
  • NC Police and Fire Olympics
  • 2008-2011 Senior Softball USA Eastern National Championships
  • 2012 NCASA “A” State Tournament 16u & 18u

The complex host our adult city league slow-pitch softball program Monday-Thursday for a Spring and Fall season. Learn more about the adult softball program.