Grayson Stadium

Park Name: William L. Grayson Stadium
Tenants: Savannah Bananas (Coastal Plain League)

Opened: 1926
Address: 1401 East Victory Drive, Savannah, Georgia 31404
Dimensions: 322' (L), 400' (C), 310' (R)

Former Names:
Municipal Stadium (1926-1940)

Former Tenants:
Savannah Indians (Southeastern League) 1926-1928
Savannah Indians (South Atlantic League) 1936-1942, 1946-1953
Savannah Athletics (South Atlantic League) 1954-1955
Savannah Redlegs (South Atlantic League) 1956-1958
Savannah Reds (South Atlantic League) 1959
Savannah Pirates (South Atlantic League) 1960
Savannah/Lynchburg White Sox (South Atlantic League) 1962
Savannah Senators (Southern League) 1968-1969
Savannah Indians (Southern League) 1970
Savannah Braves (Southern League) 1971-1983
Savannah Cardinals (South Atlantic League) 1984-1995
Savannah Sand Gnats (South Atlantic League) 1996-2015

The view from behind home plate at historic Grayson Stadium.

The view from down the first base line.

The view from down the third base line. The party deck in right is a recent addition to the historic stadium.

The grandstand at Grayson stadium dates back to 1926, making it the one of the oldest minor league ballparks in the US.

Most of the seats are wooden bleachers, but stadium seats are located in the box seating area and behind home plate. Giant fans on the roof provide a break from the hot Georgia summer.

The Landshark Landing party deck has a bar and group seating areas.

The outfield wall makes a sharp corner right next to the scoreboard in center field.

The outfield wall drops greatly in height right after the manual line score board in left field.

The Fairfield Inn sign in left field juts upward, creating a unique run along the outfield wall.

The dugouts at Grayson stadium are not actually "dug out" as they are even with the playing field, and the grandstand starts above them.

The Sand Gnats front offices sit in a nicely landscaped trailer behind the concourse.

The Savannah Sand Gnats on the field at Grayson Stadium.