Municipal Park

Park Name: Tupper Lake Municipal Park

Tenants: Tupper Lake RiverPigs (Empire League)

Address: 19 Demars Boulevard, Tupper Lake, New York 12986

Dimensions: 310' (L), 380' (C), 330' (R)

Former Tenants:

Tupper Lake Colonels (Northern League) 1936

Tupper Lake Rangers (Northern League) 1938-1939

The view from behind home plate at Tupper Lake Municipal Park.

The view from down the first base line.

The view from down the third base line.

The grandstand at Municipal Park, as seen from the right field corner of the park.

The pressbox is a seperate, elevated structure on the first base side of the field.

All of the seating in the classic covered grandstand is on wide wooden risers.

Netting protects the wooden roof from birds nesting in the rafters.

Wooden bleachers run down the third base line.

A smaller set of aluminum bleachers sits along the first base line.

Tupper Lake's Municipal Park also includes a smaller softball diamond, skate park, and beach volleyball courts in addition to the baseball diamond.

Small fenced off areas in front of the dugouts extend out into the field of play in foul territory.

Bullpens are set out of play down the outfield lines.

Tupper Lake itself sits just behind the left field fence.

Adirondack mountains, a water tower and smokestack in the village of Tupper Lake also add to the picturesque backdrop for a game.

The Tupper Lake RiverPigs on the field during a game at Tupper Lake Municipal Park.