Page Valley home plates and grandstands.

The crack of the bat, the sounds from the stands, and scenic views combine to create unique experiences for players and fans alike in Page Valley. Our ballparks feature panoramic views of the surrounding Blue Ridge and Massanutten mountains, concession-stand favorites, seasonal tournaments, summer-night fanfare, and Friday night lights — whether it’s a regional tournament or our hometown little leagues.


Ralph H. Dean Recreation Park

625 6th St.,
Luray, VA 22835

Park hours:
March 1 - Oct. 31: 6 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Nov 1 - Feb. 28: 6 a.m. to 7 p.m .

• Five fields for softball/baseball
• Football field
• Soccer field
• Lacrosse field
• Two concession stands
• Imagination Station Playground
• Skate park
• 20-station fitness trail
• 18-hole frisbee golf course
• Two picnic shelters for rent (call 540-743-5511 for availability)


Bulldog Field

740 US-340
Luray, VA 22835

Home to Luray High School



Stanley Ballpark

347 Park Rd.
Stanley, VA 22851

For more information:

Contact the Town of Stanley's Parks and Recreation Department by calling 540-778-3454.




Shenandoah Memorial Ballpark

1150 Junior Ave.
Shenandoah, VA 22848

For more information:

Contact the Town of Shenandoah by calling 540-652-8164.

Home of Kate Gordon Short
Hear Kate Gordon Short's story about softball and community in Page Valley.

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