The entire project – field, concessions, restrooms, pavilion and playground - will cost approximately $2 million.
The field surfacing can be easily damaged by traditional cleats and therefore will be reserved for challenger baseball teams and partner agencies/programs. The pavilion and playground will be available for the entire community. If you are interested in renting the facility as a local agency or program – please visit the Field Reservations page to make a field reservation.
The field completed construction in Summer 2017. The concession building and bathrooms completed construction in Spring of 2019. The playground construction is set to begin in the Summer of 2019. The playground is set in three phases that will continue over several years with an anticipated completion of all phases in Summer of 2021.
The Town of Webster has generously agreed provide resources to maintain the grounds, conduct general maintenance and clean the restrooms, as it does for its other athletic fields, parks and its Recreation Center.
Volunteers play a critical role in creating a safe environment. In baseball, Challenger leagues utilize “buddies” who assist the athletes in the areas of batting, base running and defense, as needed. This relationship is a very rewarding experience for everyone involved: Challenger players enjoy the thrill of participation, and their buddies experience first-hand the challenges these individuals face in their daily lives. We always look for other volunteers to help with Challenger Soccer, and Challenger Bowling as well as throughout Miracle Field Activities. To inquire about volunteer activity please visit the Volunteer page.
Today there are nine Challenger Leagues in the Greater Rochester region, including Fairport, Greece, Honeoye Falls, Penfield, Pittsford, Rush Henrietta, Victor, Webster and the Westside. Each team handles registration separately and plays most games in their own neighborhood.
We’d be delighted to talk with you about getting involved. Please contact us by phone or email.
The closest Miracle Field is in Grand Island, NY.
The closest boundless playground is the Wegmans Playground in Onondaga County Park.