Facilities (Brampton Girls Softball Association)



Brampton Girls Softball Association works with partners across the city to host practices, try-outs, clinics, in a wide variety of locations year round.

Rosalee Park was our original home, where we held our first games back in l969 and continued to play until 1998. The loss of one of the diamonds in 1996 due to development of the YMCA began our search for a new home. We were very fortunate that the old fairgrounds on McMurchy became available in 1998. Working closely with the City of Brampton we now have two diamonds, an outdoor batting cage, an indoor batting cage and a building with a concession stand, score booths, and washrooms.

As our home park, Old Fairgrounds is very busy with games and practices all week long. It has become one of the most popular places for visiting softball associations from across Ontario and our Rep tournaments draw some of the top teams in Canada and the United States.


Blue Oak Park On Blue Oak Avenue, west side, off of Fernforest north of Bovaird. South of Sandalwood, east of Dixie Road; one diamond – lit/fenced (also known as Sandringham Park)

Central Public School Located just east of Main St, on 46 Alexander st – 2 diamonds (not lit)

Chris Gibson Park On McLaughlin Road, east side, one light south of Flowertown Ave. and one light north of Queen St.; 2 diamonds – Red (lit/fenced); Yellow (lit)

Drinkwater Park On Drinkwater Road, south-east corner off Chingacousy Road, first light south of Queen St. or the first light north of Charolais Blvd.; 2 diamonds – Yellow (lit); Red (lit)

Duggan Park On Vodden Street, south side, east of Hwy 10, west of Kennedy Road; Located behind the firehall; 3 diamonds (lit) Green, Red & Yellow

Fairgrounds 46 McMurchy Ave, just south of Queen St. – 2 diamonds Gold, Burgundy (2 lit)

Fred Kee Park On Royal Orchard Blvd North of Williams Parkway. Park at St Maria Goretti School.

FredKline Park McLaughlin Road; east side; south of Wiliams Parkway – 4 diamonds

Kingswood Public School Just North of Vodden and West of Kennedy St – 1 diamond (not lit)

Moorehead Park On Richvale Drive, north of Notre Dame (north of Bovaird); east of Kennedy Road;

Morris Kerbal Park On Conestoga Drive, west side, north of Bovaird, beside Jim Archdekin Rec Center; 2 diamonds – Red & Yellow (lit/fenced)

Richvale Park Just off Richvale Dr N, behind Sacred Heart Secondary School, East of Main and North of Sandalwood; 2 diamonds Green and Blue – (not lit)

Richvale yellow located behind Harold Lagerquist Public School, on Richvale Dr N

Rosalea On Church Street, south side, just west of Centre Street, and just east of Main Street (Hwy 10); 1 diamond – lit/fenced

Sesqui-Centennial Park Sesqui-Centennial Park (formerly Countryside Park); northeast corner of Bramalea Road & Countryside Drive; 8 diamonds (7 lit)

South Fletchers South Fletchers is south of Steeles beside Sheridan at the corners of McLaughlin and Ray Lawson

Terry Miller On Williams Parkway, south side, west of Bramalea Road. Also known as “Williams Parkway Park”

Victoria Park On Avondale, south side, west off of Bramalea Road, two blocks north of Steeles Ave., next to arena and behind the Lions Club; 2 diamonds – Red & Yellow (lit/fenced)