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Wuerfel Park



Park Name: Wuerfel Park
Tenants: Traverse City Beach Bums (Frontier League)

Opened: 2006
Address: 333 Stadium Drive, Traverse City, Michigan 49684
Dimensions: 320' (L), 400' (C), 320' (R)


The view from behind home plate at Wuerfel Park.


The view from down the first base line.


The view from down the third base line.


The grandstand at Wuerfel Park as seen from center field.


The grandstand resembles a beachside resort, with the pressbox and luxury suites on the top floor.


The lower level of the "resort" is the concourse and features little concession shops like a bar, pizza place and ice cream shop with doors and windows, set up like shops on a beach boardwalk.


The clubhouse sits right next to the grandstand and also resembles a beach condo, with chairs on the balconies for players to relax in.


Open-air party boxes along the top of the concourse features tables and elevated beach chair seating.


A large berm wraps around the entire outfield wall at Wuerfel Park.


A fenced park area sits behind the evergreen batter's eye and gives kids a place to run around during a game.


The bullpens, built into the grandstand in foul territory.


The left field foul pole actually comes down along the short part of the fence leading to the groundskeeper's tunnel, meaning a very small section of the short fence is in play in fair ground.


The scoreboard and outfield wall. The entire playing surface is artificial turf.


The Traverse City Beach Bums on the field during a game at Wuerfel Park.




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