Plant City Stadium & Randy L. Larson Softball FourPlex
Situated southeast of downtown on 74.659 acres
Randy L. Larson Softball Four-Plex, 1500 South Park Road (enter off Gordon Food Service Drive - formerly Albertson Drive)
Four-Plex GPS Coordinates: Lat: 28o 00' 04.01" N Long: 82o 06' 28.68" W
Plant City Stadium, 1810 East Park Road (follow the curve past the Four-Plex)
Both located 2.5 miles south of Interstate 4 off Exit number 22 - Park Road.
Stadium GPS Coordinates: Lat: 27o 59' 47.50" N Long: 82o 06' 31.95" W
Host to many tournaments such as the annual Florida High School Softball Championships and various international and domestic competitions
Former home of the Tampa Bay Fire Stix and the Florida Wahoos of the Women's Professional Softball League (WPSL) and host of the nationally televised 1999 WPSL All Star game
Stadium was converted to softball in 1999 after formerly being the spring training facility of the Cincinnati Reds major league baseball team from 1987-1996
Practice fields were converted to softball, lighted and named the Randy L. Larson Softball Four-Plexin 2000.
The clubhouse was renovated into offices with the International Softball Federation moving here in 2000 and the Recreation & Parks Department relocating here in 2001.
In March, 2005 the overall facility received 1st Place in the Tampa Bay Regional Planning Council's 13th Annual Future of the Region Awards in the Cultural/Sports/Recreation category for notable achievement in resource planning and management in the Tampa Bay region
Amenities at the facility include:
1 lighted 310 feet stadium softball field (temporary fencing at 200 feet) with seating for 6,700, press box, restrooms, concession stands, lighted parking